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"Myself miss" which means like "i miss you" am i wrong if i'm saying "myself miss" ? Please explain me

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    Welcome to Stack Exchange. "myself miss" does not make sense in English. I don't know what it means. Did you read it somewhere? Did you hear it? – chasly - supports Monica Oct 13 at 18:28
  • This is perhaps based on the reasoning that as 'myself' may be dropped from the sentence 'I myself miss you', perhaps the 'I' may be dropped instead. It can't. – Edwin Ashworth Oct 13 at 18:37
  • Yes, you are wrong to say that, in the sense that you are using ungrammatical English and your intended meaning is not discernible. Reflexive pronouns like myself cannot be used in isolation, they must have some other noun or pronoun as a reference. – Hellion Oct 13 at 18:39
  • It could work at a stretch with some context: "I am married – Mrs Chatty. How about you?" Reply "Myself miss". – Weather Vane Oct 13 at 19:16