Could you explain to me what the sentence says? Thank you in advance.


It's meant to be an amusingly paradoxical statement.

I hate to see you go This usually means that I don't want you to leave.

I love to watch you leave This sounds like I want you to leave. But to make it more amusing than a simple contradiction, you need to find some other meaning. eg I love to watch you leave because of the sexy way your hips move.

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He doesn't want her to leave but likes the way her ass looks as she walks away

We hate to see you go - self-explanatory

We love to watch you leave (You have a nice ass).

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It means I still want you in my life but I need a little space in my life at the moment.
It means I like lookin at ur ass...so in a way it compensates for her leavin him
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