New Delhi| Jagran Trending Desk: When you fall in love, you do every bit to make your partner feel special. From writing love letters to saying out those 'three words' out loud, admit it or not, we've all done it in some way or another. But, what if we tell you that a man has expressed his love in a unique way, and his love can be measured in length? Confused? Don't worry here we are here to clear out your doubts. Recently, a man from Maharashtra's Kolhapur painted a 2.5 long stretch of road with love messages. One of the messages reads, "I miss you. Zindagi ke saath, Zindagi ke baad bhi."

The messages were written by using white oil paint and was painted on Jaisinghpur to Dharangutti route. The man who wrote the message is unidentified.

As soon as the incident came to light, the local administration sent their team to cover the message with white paint. The photos of 'I Love You. I miss You' messages written on the 2.5 km long stretch road is doing rounds on the internet.

Not only this, the pictures of the local administration's team covering the message with white paint also went viral.

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Well, this is not the first time when an incident of expressing love in bizarre way went viral. Earlier, a Pune based man wanted to apologise to his partner and he did it in a way that we can't even imagine of. The Pune based man said sorry to his partner by putting up more than 300 banners and hoardings in the locality of his girlfriend. The message in the hoarding read, "Shivde, I am sorry."

What do you think of expressing love in this way? Is it cute or bizarre? Do let us know in the comment section.

Posted By: Deeksha Sharma