Love, Missing you, Relationship In French, you don’t really say “I miss you” May 5, 2013 5 Comments In French, you don’t really say “I miss you” “tu me manques” In French, you don’t really say “I miss you.” You say “tu me manques” which means, “you are missing from me” Share this:WhatsAppShare on TumblrTweet frenchlovemiss youquoterelationship Previous Post Next Post 5 comments love this. Am going to get a tat of this in the summer to celebrate my birthday and remember my son who has gone to heaven before me. Patricia, what a fantastic idea. I just got a tattoo of an infinity symbol after the loss of my father a few months ago. I’m sorry for your loss. <3 thanks LSI – glad you did. It is an honorable thing to do. Because you want to remember and see the honor you paid your dad. Better than tears. And this, coming from me, one who is soon to turn 70! Sometimes I still surprise myself!!! I thought it was the best way to honor his memory and it’s a way to keep him close to me forever. 🙂 My mom is 72 and she will be getting a tattoo in his memory as well. She never ever imagined that she would have a tattoo but I suppose it’s a good lesson in understanding where our boundaries are as people. Best wishes and love to you, Patricia. xoxo ~Gia my name end ROSE…KISS!!!