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What did my roommate mean when he said "Min, you're my home."?

My roommate and best friend Chris said this to me the other day and I really have no idea what he meant by it. What the heck does "You're my home" mean?!

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I am guessing it is sort of a way of saying you are a good friend. But I could easily be wrong, Not too good with English terms myself. :/

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He feels at home around you?

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It means its going to get uncomfortable sounds like his falling for you...

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Minji
Really? That isn't good at all... :-/
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No ....because in one of your other comments you said you have a boyfriend... But thats your business I'm just curious why don't you live with your boyfriend instead of sharing rent with another guy.....?
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Minji
I do live with my boyfriend, and also my 4 other best friends. But yeah, I do understand why it would be kind of weird. :)
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Its better to have your own place because I'm sure you have parties and Alcohol your very pretty thats a recipe for a disaster I've seen it before with some of my friends so I'm just saying out of experience
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Yeah, me and my boyfriend have been thinking about moving into a new place. We just haven't had much time with his training and my work to really find a place yet. But I'm also scared to move out, I'm not used to leaving my friends. :-/
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it means he's very free when he's around you

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he could have misinterpreted something, maybe he means "you are my world" he could be falling for you...or, it could mean that"I'm glad you are home"

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