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LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 13: DON'T BE DAVE: A new survey by Asda has revealed over half of British women have never received flowers on Valentine's Day and Dave is the most likely to forget his loved one this year. Asda and flower designer Joseph Massie have created a living floral billboard allowing Londoners, like Dave to take a single red rose for their Valentine #dontbedave at Victoria Station on February 13, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images for ASDA)

How do you know when the right time to say it is? And what happens if your boo doesn’t say it back?

Say it too early, and you risk scaring off your partner. If you say it too late, you might have missed your chance. The UK government did some research and found that the most popular time to say those three important words is within the first three months. There is a much smaller percentage of people who wait for after the first six months, but it seems that when people know, they know.

Say it when you’re sure, ready, and have dated other people. You want to make sure that what you’re feeling is real before you jump to any conclusions!

What do you think? Is three months too soon? Tell us your thoughts @theMRLshow!