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fade101
May 3rd, 2008, 01:21 AM
Its obvious that all of you guys/girls here likes someone... Lol... Even me... Sooo why is he/she so special... Share the info of your dream girl/guy here...

As for me... she is a year older... *weird, i know but hey! its life!* she has beautiful long hair with deep brown eyes... well we're in the same school and i often meet her at lunch... we became close because we're neighbours!!... kinda.... she lives a couple of blocks away... she's really nice, sweet and she even doesn't mind that i like pokemon... she even play pokemon stadium with me sometimes... to her im like a brother but i dont want that... *sigh* owh well...

WarHawk
May 4th, 2008, 12:13 AM
I like this girl with long-hair,brown eyes,I talk to her whenever she wants to
and she lets sleep in her bed when i come over.Sometimes she would even jump on me when I'm on her
bed.

MUSION
May 9th, 2008, 07:30 AM
Its obvious that all of you guys/girls here likes someone
Do anime/manga crushes count? If not, then I don't.

fade101
May 9th, 2008, 07:37 AM
Do anime/manga crushes count? If not, then I don't.LMAO!! Fine... I guess its okay... In that case, dang... I got a list of em...
Thinkin back... this is soo sad :P

Bug Catcher Nick
May 9th, 2008, 08:16 AM
Can't remember the last time I had a crush. My current girlfriend just kinda happened (I swear this only happens in films).

I was in the bar area of the greyhounds in Sheffield for my mates birthday. Wasn't dressed up or anything, just standing round with my mates having a drink when someone shoved something into my hand, she'd run off before I realised that it was her phone number. No idea what she looked like, or anything about her, so the next day I phoned her and arranged to meet up for a few drinks. What's the worst that could happen? I had nothing to lose.

I didn't call it a date just meeting up to see what she was like. She had to cancel because she was ill, whicj was a bit crap, but we met up a couple of weeks later, and she was soooo out of my league, couldn't believe it. Went to a few places for drinks, she was amazing, we both got completely hammered, think I must have had about 8 pints. I paid for her taxi home, kissed her good night and said we should do it again sometime. Taxi went off, and I stumbled into someones garden to take a piss.

Next time we met up, went for a meal. It's really strange going out with someone that you don't know at all, different age, different social class, different lifestyle, from a different part of the country etc. But we work so well together, don't think she realises how amazing she is.

It's crazy, I went years without a girlfriend, then it just happened in a split second. If she hadn't had the confidence to give me her number, or if I'd been too scared to phone her back, or if I hadn't been in the same location as her at that moment in time, then it would never have happened.

fade101
May 9th, 2008, 08:19 AM
Can't remember the last time I had a crush. My current girlfriend just kinda happened (I swear this only happens in films).

I was in the bar area of the greyhounds in Sheffield for my mates birthday. Wasn't dressed up or anything, just standing round with my mates having a drink when someone shoved something into my hand, she'd run off before I realised that it was her phone number. No idea what she looked like, or anything about her, so the next day I phoned her and arranged to meet up for a few drinks. What's the worst that could happen? I had nothing to lose.

I didn't call it a date just meeting up to see what she was like. She had to cancel because she was ill, whicj was a bit crap, but we met up a couple of weeks later, and she was soooo out of my league, couldn't believe it. Went to a few places for drinks, she was amazing, we both got completely hammered, think I must have had about 8 pints. I paid for her taxi home, kissed her good night and said we should do it again sometime. Taxi went off, and I stumbled into someones garden to take a piss.

Next time we met up, went for a meal. It's really strange going out with someone that you don't know at all, different age, different social class, different lifestyle, from a different part of the country etc. But we work so well together, don't think she realises how amazing she is.

It's crazy, I went years without a girlfriend, then it just happened in a split second. If she hadn't had the confidence to give me her number, or if I'd been too scared to phone her back, or if I hadn't been in the same location as her at that moment in time, then it would never have happened.Wow... Seriously, reading your post really makes me wanna go and tell my crush that I actually have feelings for her... but i just cant... its just too awkward...

Superjub
May 9th, 2008, 08:22 AM
I sort-of have a crush on this girl. Not saying who ;)
I dont know. Its just that whenever she's around other boys I sort-of feel jealous.
Like I said, I dont know why.
It could just a be a one-moment thing so I wont say anything :(

The Confuzzler
May 9th, 2008, 11:59 AM
As i said on he " post your problems thread" i have a crush.. But all my friends have girlfriends.. :(

but she's so nice it's kinda like ash and misty. We always argue but get over it in 10 seconds tops. Also i go to Tae Kwon do and so does she. When i was 5 i thought likig someone was gross but now.. i really like her. And i just found out todayshe doesn't like they guy i thought she did so i might tell her on Monday! :D

Wish me luck if i do! :)

fade101
May 9th, 2008, 12:05 PM
Good luck dude... Break a leg...
At least ya have the guts to do soo...

Mr.Roserade
May 9th, 2008, 03:57 PM
Fade, just letting you know sometimes its better to just stay friends, because in the end you could end up losing her as one =/
Just some food for thought bro

But it would have to depend on how much I liked this girl...

Yuoaman
May 9th, 2008, 04:12 PM
Yeah, well I met this girl at camp a couple of years ago, we became pretty good friends, but then, a few days before we left, my friend Kyle ended up telling her that he liked her too... They kind of went out for two days, then broke up, I really didn't pry... but I ended up getting her MSN before we left.... And then I made a stupid mistake... I told her how I felt over MSN.... she didn't talk to me for about three months... Now we just talk, and don't mention it......

fade101
May 10th, 2008, 02:45 AM
Fade, just letting you know sometimes its better to just stay friends, because in the end you could end up losing her as one =/
Just some food for thought bro

But it would have to depend on how much I liked this girl...Gee... I haven't thought of that... Soo you really think i should just keep my feelings to myself? Thanks for the advice man, Its a big help...

chaos11011
May 10th, 2008, 03:00 AM
mine is a girl at my school we been freinds for 4 years she has darkish blondish hair brown eyes and the 3rd fastest girl in the school im and im only the 12th fastest boy in the school. she also knows i like her for a year now. but i guess the only thing we'll be is best freinds

Warheart
May 10th, 2008, 08:12 AM
Right now I'm crushing over this girl from school named Angela. I think she might already know, actually ._.

It's more of a friend-crush, actually. We've known eachother for a while, and we both have the same group of friends that we hang out with. I haven't told her about it directly yet, but I think someone I talked to about it might have already told her for me ._.

She's beautiful, and has a great sense of humor...and is basically just a female version of me. I really want to talk to her myself, but I always feel too embarassed to.

...goddamn social anxiety T_T

Kishijoten
May 10th, 2008, 08:33 AM
okay right now i have i crush on this guy name joe i know he likes me too i bet he'll even ask me out he is 11 and i am 12 but what i know about him he gets flirty and weird now

fade101
May 10th, 2008, 08:47 AM
okay right now i have i crush on this guy name joe i know he likes me too i bet he'll even ask me out he is 11 and i am 12 but what i know about him he gets flirty and weird nowLol... Do you think its weird for him to be younger than you and like has a crush on ya? Coz i pretty much have the same problem... its just that im a guy... lol

The Confuzzler
May 10th, 2008, 10:02 AM
age doesn't get in the way of love! :D

peirateis
May 10th, 2008, 12:40 PM
GRACE SLICK FTW

Okay, in all seriousness, I'm in love with my best friend (srsly, we're like, bffls).

She knows that I have feelings for her, and I don't think that they're gonna go away easily. She's currently sick of the whole dating scene, as her boyfriend cheated on her, was given a second chance, and cheated on her again. Recently, however, I had an epiphany that it's better to have her as a best friend than to risk not having her as an anything.

So.. I'm good. :]

The Confuzzler
May 10th, 2008, 12:43 PM
Love is never easy nope way no :( I just remembered.. i might move away from the school i'm at so unless i tell her i might never see her until high school - and even then she might go to a different 1 :( - yep i'm gonna tell her! i'll do it! :) :D ;)

Cody Swablu
May 13th, 2008, 02:11 PM
I don't know if this applies to 13-15 year olds, but telling a girl 'how you feel' isn't very smart if you want the girl. It makes you look like a wuss and you need her approval and that you can't keep your own emotions in check, hence why you "need" to tell her and get that stuff off your mind.

You don't need to spill your guts like that to let someone (mainly a girl) know that you I care about them. Instead of being a needy and clingy guy who has to let the other person know how they feel, you shouldn't care. From what it sounds like, you're just saying that to get it off YOUR chest because it is 'killing' you inside and you believe it's going to let her know you care about her in some way. That's not respectful at all.

Telling someone how you "feel" is bull****, as it takes away all the magic out of the attraction. Never tell a girl you like her, as that's the end of the game. I don't see this as some big, melodramatic thing that kills you inside. I think of it as something that can be enjoyable and fun, rather than something to 'kill you inside'.

It's good to make the girl think you're not interested, then you are, then you're not. You'd be playing hot and cold, hard to get. You'd let them wonder about what you're thinking, doing and whether you feel the same way. Then they'd miss you a bit because they'd then be more into you.

It's a fact: girls AND guys enjoy the chase.

Bug Catcher Nick
May 13th, 2008, 03:56 PM
I don't know if this applies to 13-15 year olds, but telling a girl 'how you feel' isn't very smart if you want the girl. It makes you look like a wuss and you need her approval and that you can't keep your own emotions in check, hence why you "need" to tell her and get that stuff off your mind.

You don't need to spill your guts like that to let someone (mainly a girl) know that you I care about them. Instead of being a needy and clingy guy who has to let the other person know how they feel, you shouldn't care. From what it sounds like, you're just saying that to get it off YOUR chest because it is 'killing' you inside and you believe it's going to let her know you care about her in some way. That's not respectful at all.

Telling someone how you "feel" is bull****, as it takes away all the magic out of the attraction. Never tell a girl you like her, as that's the end of the game. I don't see this as some big, melodramatic thing that kills you inside. I think of it as something that can be enjoyable and fun, rather than something to 'kill you inside'.

It's good to make the girl think you're not interested, then you are, then you're not. You'd be playing hot and cold, hard to get. You'd let them wonder about what you're thinking, doing and whether you feel the same way. Then they'd miss you a bit because they'd then be more into you.

It's a fact: girls AND guys enjoy the chase.

I would go along with that. Obviously the odd hint helps, but you don't want to lead them onto a guilt trip.

Thinking back to my ex-girlfriend, I remember sitting watching a film with her, then just I just went to hold her hand, and she grabbed mine back, then it kind went on from there. I think I must have had a pretty good idea she fancied me though.

The girlfriend before that came about a pretty strange way. I went to boarding school not a private school, one used by ex-pats and forces children. During the 6th form (that's the final year before Uni to the American's) I went over the the girls house to lounge about and watch telly, except the room was empty. Some girl in the year below walked in and sat on the opposite side of the room without saying a word. Now she was pretty hot, though I hadn't spoken to her for about 6 or so years since she wasn't in my circle of friend, I think I was drunk, but I don't remember too well. I just said "hey, what's wrong with this sofa?". She looked at me, laughed, so I said "fair enough". Later that week I found myself in the same situation, and with saying a thing she just came and sat under my arm. Little bit strange, but it kinda flowed from there. I still look back and wonder why the hell that happened.

The Infinite Devil Machine
May 13th, 2008, 04:04 PM
I don't know if this applies to 13-15 year olds, but telling a girl 'how you feel' isn't very smart if you want the girl. It makes you look like a wuss and you need her approval and that you can't keep your own emotions in check, hence why you "need" to tell her and get that stuff off your mind.

You don't need to spill your guts like that to let someone (mainly a girl) know that you I care about them. Instead of being a needy and clingy guy who has to let the other person know how they feel, you shouldn't care. From what it sounds like, you're just saying that to get it off YOUR chest because it is 'killing' you inside and you believe it's going to let her know you care about her in some way. That's not respectful at all.

Telling someone how you "feel" is bull****, as it takes away all the magic out of the attraction. Never tell a girl you like her, as that's the end of the game. I don't see this as some big, melodramatic thing that kills you inside. I think of it as something that can be enjoyable and fun, rather than something to 'kill you inside'.

It's good to make the girl think you're not interested, then you are, then you're not. You'd be playing hot and cold, hard to get. You'd let them wonder about what you're thinking, doing and whether you feel the same way. Then they'd miss you a bit because they'd then be more into you.

It's a fact: girls AND guys enjoy the chase.

Are you chasing girls or training your dog? Christ, man. No offense, but you sound like you haven't had many girlfriends. .__.'

No crushes at the moment but I think I have a girl stalking me now, if that counts. xD;

Proto
May 13th, 2008, 05:54 PM
I don't know if this applies to 13-15 year olds, but telling a girl 'how you feel' isn't very smart if you want the girl. It makes you look like a wuss and you need her approval and that you can't keep your own emotions in check, hence why you "need" to tell her and get that stuff off your mind.

You don't need to spill your guts like that to let someone (mainly a girl) know that you I care about them. Instead of being a needy and clingy guy who has to let the other person know how they feel, you shouldn't care. From what it sounds like, you're just saying that to get it off YOUR chest because it is 'killing' you inside and you believe it's going to let her know you care about her in some way. That's not respectful at all.

Telling someone how you "feel" is bull****, as it takes away all the magic out of the attraction. Never tell a girl you like her, as that's the end of the game. I don't see this as some big, melodramatic thing that kills you inside. I think of it as something that can be enjoyable and fun, rather than something to 'kill you inside'.

It's good to make the girl think you're not interested, then you are, then you're not. You'd be playing hot and cold, hard to get. You'd let them wonder about what you're thinking, doing and whether you feel the same way. Then they'd miss you a bit because they'd then be more into you.

It's a fact: girls AND guys enjoy the chase.
Whaaaaat. I have no idea how you managed to weave that idea into your mind, but it's exactly the reason you hear a lot of girls saying guys are pigs, don't want intimacy, don't want anything more than sex, etc.

I can tell you for certain that what you just described is the biggest turn off ever. Any guy who did that to me would get a punch to the face, and then ignored. :]

If you start to develop feelings for someone and want to tell them, then tell them. I honestly think the best thing to do is to come out and tell the person how you feel, they might even feel the same. It worked well for me, at least.

And staying on the topic of the thread (a week after it was started, how'd I miss it before? XD), yeah, I have a crush on someone, and he's special for a multitude of reasons. I could sit here and go on and on about why he's so great, but the bottom line is that talking to him makes me happier than pretty much anything else, and the more I talk to him, the stronger it gets. </mush>

(I've been writing this for the last hour, but I kept getting distracted. XD)

Warheart
May 14th, 2008, 07:41 AM
I don't know if this applies to 13-15 year olds, but telling a girl 'how you feel' isn't very smart if you want the girl. It makes you look like a wuss and you need her approval and that you can't keep your own emotions in check, hence why you "need" to tell her and get that stuff off your mind.

You don't need to spill your guts like that to let someone (mainly a girl) knowt that you I care about them. Instead of being a needy and clingy guy who has to let the other person know how they feel, you shouldn't care. From what it sounds like, you're just saying that to get it off YOUR chest because it is 'killing' you inside and you believe it's going to leher know you care about her in some way. That's not respectful at all.

Telling someone how you "feel" is bull****, as it takes away all the magic out of the attraction. Never tell a girl you like her, as that's the end of the game. I don't see this as some big, melodramatic thing that kills you inside. I think of it as something that can be enjoyable and fun, rather than something to 'kill you inside'.

It's good to make the girl think you're not interested, then you are, then you're not. You'd be playing hot and cold, hard to get. You'd let them wonder about what you're thinking, doing and whether you feel the same way. Then they'd miss you a bit because they'd then be more into you.

It's a fact: girls AND guys enjoy the chase.


Blatantly put, that will only make you look like an arrogant douchebag :]

I made the mistake of trying to do that once; there was a girl I really liked, but I never actually let her know it. Instead, I put up this front about being "hard to get." There was actually a time where I thought she liked me, but i was too busy playing the "I don't care,"
part to pick up on it until much later on. I kept playing it out, and seeing if it was going anywhere rather than just telling her how I felt about her from the beginning like I should have. We started distancing apart more and more after that, then when I finally decided that i was going to end it, and tell her how I felt, I found out she was already going out with this other dude. I had my shot with her, but I blew it because I was trying to act cooler than I actually was. At first I was pissed at him about it, then I realized that it wasn't his fault, it was mine. I could have had her, but I lost her to my own egotism.

This happened a while ago, though, so it's not really something i think about too much anymore =/

the moral of my story is simply put as this:

"Don't be a dick, be a dude"

Smarties-chan
May 14th, 2008, 09:23 AM
Yeah, I have a huge crush on this girl who I've been friends with for over a year now. I could go on for hours about how awesome she is, but I'll spare all you people from that. I've had a bunch of crushes before, but this one's the first one I've actually taken seriously. Eventually it became too much for me to bear and I went ahead and told her. I would have done it earlier if it I hadn't been afraid it'd ruin our friendship, which it thankfully didn't. I'm content with the two of us just being friends although it'll take some time before I can let go of my crush on her for good since it's a rather persistent one. ._.

ShadowofTime01
May 14th, 2008, 06:00 PM
One of my current crushes is really into the whole Christian thing. Personally I don't fall under any specified religion, but the closest thing I am is a secular humanist. And we keep falling into this rut of seeing each other a lot in the first part of the quarter and then end up too busy to go out later on. She keeps inviting me to this Campus Crusade thing, but i keep turning her down because that's not my thing, I don't want to detract from everyone else's experience there, especially not her's. i just can't get her out of my head though. I wish she'd either give me a clear sign that she may like me or not, then i'd be able to know what move to make (or not make). this game of hot and cold is really messing with my head....

Soul Eater
May 14th, 2008, 06:15 PM
LMAO!! Fine... I guess its okay... In that case, dang... I got a list of em...
Thinkin back... this is soo sad :P

In that case, I'll choose Inuyasha.

Alot of you girls who like Inuyasha, he belongs to me. Inuyasha isnt just that hot anime guy. He's my anti-drug. I will never give him up because whenever I feel like wanting to break down into a depression mood, all I have to do is watch Inuyasha and I feel so much better. I have just anything Inuyasha and I'm not about to explain those things and even a PB of over 700 pictures of him. Inuyasha is my anti-drug and even though I may not show it, he will always be mine and I will never give him up. I will always be PC's NUMBER 1 Inuyasha fangirl. >O

Loki
May 14th, 2008, 07:04 PM
I don't know if this applies to 13-15 year olds, but telling a girl 'how you feel' isn't very smart if you want the girl. It makes you look like a wuss and you need her approval and that you can't keep your own emotions in check, hence why you "need" to tell her and get that stuff off your mind.

You don't need to spill your guts like that to let someone (mainly a girl) know that you I care about them. Instead of being a needy and clingy guy who has to let the other person know how they feel, you shouldn't care. From what it sounds like, you're just saying that to get it off YOUR chest because it is 'killing' you inside and you believe it's going to let her know you care about her in some way. That's not respectful at all.

Telling someone how you "feel" is bull****, as it takes away all the magic out of the attraction. Never tell a girl you like her, as that's the end of the game. I don't see this as some big, melodramatic thing that kills you inside. I think of it as something that can be enjoyable and fun, rather than something to 'kill you inside'.

It's good to make the girl think you're not interested, then you are, then you're not. You'd be playing hot and cold, hard to get. You'd let them wonder about what you're thinking, doing and whether you feel the same way. Then they'd miss you a bit because they'd then be more into you.

It's a fact: girls AND guys enjoy the chase.

I simply have to add to the fire, I'm very sorry, but:

If a guy did that to me, I wouldn't miss them, I'd wonder how many times their mother dropped them off the second floor when they were an infant, and also wonder how many girls they've banged out over the past week or so. Ten? Maybe more.

Or if they were normally a decent person, I'd just think they flat out weren't interested and was just treating me like every other girl in the world, and I'd move on, depending on how "hard to get" the guy is playing. I'm not going to bother him if he gives me the cold shoulder. :/ That's my hint that tells me he's not interested, and if he turns around and suddenly seems interested, that's my hint that tells me he's a very indecisive person that wouldn't make for a good boyfriend.

I am not going out of my way to play a game of cat and mouse for some souped up guy who thinks he's fifty times more desirable than he really is, and I can say that a majority of other girls have the same viewpoint.

Actually on-topic, sharing only because I simply had to respond to Cody Swablu!
Basically the story-of-my-life. <_< not caring about anything but my grades? :x

Anyway. Back on topic. Like most girls my age, I do have a crush on someone, but it's not going anywhere anytime fast, because both of us are total nerds and are more interested in our grades than our love lives, and we have... pretty much nothing in common. He's an outdoors-exercise-all-day, eat-all-the-junk-food-in-the-world kind of guy, and I'm the never-want-to-go-outside, can't-eat-a-bowl-of-ice-cream-without-a-total-guilt-trip type.

Oh, wait, now that I think about it, there is one thing we have in common. one... that's kind of pathetic Our older brothers are really influential for both of us, (we get along great with our siblings. |D) and they always influence like, 90% of our decisions.

But.

His brother is a marine.

Mine is a brain surgeon.

Go figure.

x_o

And I'm not planning on making a move anytime this year, because I'm quite content with stressing out over finals and driving, rather than a boyfriend who probably won't last me through highschool. And if he does last through highschool, well. He can wait a year or two.

Gunn
May 14th, 2008, 07:16 PM
Yes, yes, I have a crush on someone. Eighteen years old and in high school that I am, so its kind of hard to avoid these types of things. Thank goodness its almost over though. Anyway, I have a crush on this boy. He's younger than me and what I have really noticed about him is how he frequently changes his physical appearance. I remember his hair being longer than it is right now. And I have to say, it looks better short. We don't know each other that well, and I think he is assuming that I hate him. I called him a name last year; a name which I cannot reveal here. He didn't seem to take it seriously, but I think what I said to him is being held against me and used as a reason to hate me.

Oh well. I admit that I don't have much of a crush on him now as I did last year.

Minuteman III
May 15th, 2008, 05:59 PM
I'm personally not in love, buuuuuuuuuuuuut..............


Three girls seem to have a crush on me. One of them is not very obvious(i.e. She doesn't say "I Love John Doe*", at least not very often). The other two are completely opposite. You know what, I'm really pissed off at that. I don't really give a damn about them unless someone brings it up, in which case I tell them to go get a sanity check, because I'm-not-in-love-and-if-I-was-I'd-be-dead.



*placeholder for real name, which is classified.

The bomb is metaphorical, not literal.

Binary
May 16th, 2008, 09:53 AM
Yeah, I've got a crush on a girl, shes so nice, so beautiful and we're good friends....
I think she knows about my feelings for her, but oh well no biggy. The problem is, she has another boyfriend :( Ohwell, life is life....

LethalTexture
May 16th, 2008, 10:46 AM
I don't know if this applies to 13-15 year olds, but telling a girl 'how you feel' isn't very smart if you want the girl. It makes you look like a wuss and you need her approval and that you can't keep your own emotions in check, hence why you "need" to tell her and get that stuff off your mind.

You don't need to spill your guts like that to let someone (mainly a girl) know that you I care about them. Instead of being a needy and clingy guy who has to let the other person know how they feel, you shouldn't care. From what it sounds like, you're just saying that to get it off YOUR chest because it is 'killing' you inside and you believe it's going to let her know you care about her in some way. That's not respectful at all.

Telling someone how you "feel" is bull****, as it takes away all the magic out of the attraction. Never tell a girl you like her, as that's the end of the game. I don't see this as some big, melodramatic thing that kills you inside. I think of it as something that can be enjoyable and fun, rather than something to 'kill you inside'.

It's good to make the girl think you're not interested, then you are, then you're not. You'd be playing hot and cold, hard to get. You'd let them wonder about what you're thinking, doing and whether you feel the same way. Then they'd miss you a bit because they'd then be more into you.

It's a fact: girls AND guys enjoy the chase.

I have to agree that is total rubbish, too. Don't do this people, or you'll end up really regretting it like I did. If I can find my post from the old problems thread, I'll plonk it in here.

EDIT: I can't. *Sigh*, I guess I'll try and reiterate what I put. Well, to me this isn't a crush, it's much depper than that. She is a beautiful, slender girl with long flowing brown hair and deep brown eyes that make you melt when you look into them. She is like a female version of myself and I love her more than anything in the world. Trouble is, my best friend decided to abuse my trust and go out with her instead. After he knew how I felt about her and how much I'd tried. My heart was ripped out by the one person I thought I could trust with my life, and I'll never regret anything more than not asking her sooner than I did. We felt the same way, and I decided not to ask her out because I didn't want to compromise the friendship. So at the moment, I can't be with her. But I've made it quite clear that my feelings aren't gonna change.

Phanima
May 16th, 2008, 03:16 PM
I'm not the kind of person who'd probably do well in an intimate relationship or get married, but that's just getting waaaaaaay ahead of myself. x3 Friends til the end~ C:

Anyway~ I've only had two significant crushes irl (heaps with anime/manga xP), the first starting in primary school and the second in high school. My first crush was on a girl who was kind of vertically challenged (not a little person but she was short) and she was just really sweet, kind and nice. I specifically remember how we first met, it's quite stupid really but a fond memory nonetheless. She dropped her pencil shavings case and it spilled out all over the floor and since I was sitting right next to her, I helped pick everything up. We became friends (you can become friends with people for the simplest reasons in primary school xP) and it kinda got out that I liked her. >> Still, nothing ever happened and after grade 7 we never saw each other again, which was a little disappointing.

Anywho~ my next crush was on a friend of mine from high school. We still keep in contact today and he's a really great guy, although a little shameless at times. xP He's your typical tall, light and handsome, plus he tends to tease me a bit which I enjoy for odd reasons. Of course, he's undeniably straight so I guess nothing'll ever happen, but he still woos me from time to time. ^^;

LipstickTraces
May 20th, 2008, 12:31 PM
i used to have a crush who i have recently got over. she told me she didnt want us to happen, which was a real shame because i really liked her. ah well, its not the first times its happened to me. but i stand aside what i believe, that nobody is out of anybodies league, its an FA Cup / Superbowl final out there, anything goes and anybody can win it ;)

Storm-DC
May 20th, 2008, 01:10 PM
I love Gofre.. he is cool. i have a crush on him

Bug Catcher Nick
May 21st, 2008, 03:00 AM
its an FA Cup / Superbowl final out there, anything goes and anybody can win it

...only if you qualify :cool:

LipstickTraces
May 21st, 2008, 12:03 PM
Yeah, I have a huge crush on this girl who I've been friends with for over a year now. I could go on for hours about how awesome she is, but I'll spare all you people from that. I've had a bunch of crushes before, but this one's the first one I've actually taken seriously. Eventually it became too much for me to bear and I went ahead and told her. I would have done it earlier if it I hadn't been afraid it'd ruin our friendship, which it thankfully didn't. I'm content with the two of us just being friends although it'll take some time before I can let go of my crush on her for good since it's a rather persistent one. ._.

yes ive also been inthis situation, its very annoying isnt it? but its all for the best cause, youll learn a lot of things that may one day save your marriage... lol
...only if you qualify lol true, but keep in mind if you dont believe you can win it then you never will get hold of those crown jewels... or the cup. lol