It's been a week since the last time I saw you. I'm starting to mishu!
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Mishu is a cute or childlike way of saying "I miss you" to someone. It's typically reserved for people you are close with, such as a sibling or significant other (SO).
When do I use mishu?
You can use mishu whenever you are apart from someone you care about and want to tell them through a text message or online. The length of separation may vary from 5 minutes after you just left your spouse for work to several months of not seeing your sister across the country.
Other ways to say you miss someone
If mishu is too mushy for you, there are many other options for telling a person you miss them. Some include IMU, ILAMY, and IMYA.