Who do you love? Grammatically speaking, "whom" would be correct in this case but "who" sounds better. Apparently “Jessica” loves me. This is the PM I received from her yesterday:
NICE TO MEET YOU.
my name is Jessica. here is my privet e-mail' ( email@example.com )
i will like to know you more. so that i can send you my picture and my detail's for you to know me more so I am waiting for your mail to my email address below. please don't chat &me here just send me mail and i will get back to you.
It's good to be loved, even by a spectre in Spam Land who misspells “private.” “Privet” (Jessica's “private”) is a term for any of various deciduous trees or shrubs of the genus Ligustrum, esp. L. vulgare, having clusters of small white flowers and commonly grown as a hedge (Dictionary.com).
Maybe it's a sign. Perhaps Jessica grows deciduous trees or maybe she is a tree who was reincarnated as a spammer.
So, Jessica, whether you are a tree or a spammer or something else altogether, thank you for the email. I don't think we were meant for each other, but I do hope you find the love you need.