"A man who had invited a friend for dinner served a bottle of white wine with the first course. He went on and on about that wine. The fruity taste, the perfume etc..
He then served a bottle of Chateau Margaux with the main course and didn’t say a word about it.
"How come you gave me the whole speech about a nice little white wine and not a word when it came to the Grand Bordeaux" asked the friend.
"The Chateau Margaux doesn’t need praise. It speaks for itself" said the man.
Et voilà! Ben is sending you some papers and asked me if I wanted to add a word, du style “Rohi je t’aime, tu me manques …”
I told him that you are a like grand Bordeaux. No need for small talk.
Il n’ y a pas d’amour, il n’ y a que des preuves d’amour.
Je t’embrasse très fort.”