In my school-life, I was a nerd! I was so studious that I looked up from books only to see the black-board in class. I never befriended any guys. I hated them. I found them very unhygienic and filthy. I was always happy with my clean-girls-group.
Which is why I find the idea of having a crush so fascinating. To be sure, the idea has certainly crossed your mind. When you have a crush on someone, you are basing your interest on romance.
The older you get, the more your dating habits - if you can call them that - change.
You feel like you two have a connection - like you were meant for each other. However, what it does do is set the stage for a potentially beautiful relationship. Which is why I believe having crushes is actually good for the soul.
We crush from a distance. But if you want crushing to turn into loving, something needs to be done. So how do you get out of the dreaded talking stage? You grow a pair. The truth is, the feelings may not be reciprocated. This person may not share your feelings. Worried about making a fool of yourself? Making a fool out of yourself for someone will probably only increase your chances of making your way into their heart. Like, really into them. I had a book called Dragonologywhich I had with me all the time.
I was amazed that she knew the note [the one written in dragon language] was by me [the kid that was obsessed with dragons]. Not even a note, or a name, or anything, just the flowers. She put on a bikini, dragged a baby pool into her front yard, and took a soapy bath with her dog. The boys kept glancing at her and laughing. Every day in Math class, I used to finish the problem before her, yet wait for about 10 minutes so that we could both say the answer at the same time.
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Please SHARE with your family and friends on Facebook to see what other funny crush stories are floating around out there! [H/T: ] Thumbnail sources: YouTube, Wikimedia CommonsAuthor: Grace Eire. In my school-life, I was a nerd! I was so studious that I looked up from books only to see the black-board in class. I never befriended any guys. I hated them. I found them very unhygienic and filthy. I was always happy with my clean-girls-group. The older you get, the more your dating habits - if you can call them that - change. Sure, some people date, but most (in my experience) do it for the sex. Which is why I find the idea of having a crush so fascinating. When you're crushing, your goal isn't to rip the other person's clothes off.
Seriously, the caliber of your crushes left me laughing, crying, nodding, saying things like "Girl. As for the types of crushes - they ran the gamut. There were plenty of celebrity crushes - but it didn't stop there. And that's ain't the half of it. Without further ado, let's dive into the hormonal wading-pool that is first crushes.
This will probably be identified by anyone who knew me in high school, but I will change names to protect the innocent.
His name was Kevin. Oh, beautiful Kevin. He was a junior to my lowly freshman. It was truly love at first sight. He was the lead in the school musical, with a fantastic voice and stage presence - I attended to go support my sister in the chorusbut once Kevin came onstage, if you had asked me where my sister was, I would have answered "WHAT SISTER?
Kevin was my family now! I loved him so much I couldn't think. I would silently gasp when I saw him in the hallways, strolling with his equally beautiful friends. I was introduced to him once, during a fire drill, by my neighbor friend who knew him through musicals. Oh god.
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Who knew that word could be so beautiful? I didn't. Not until Kevin said it. The next year, fate struck. I was seated in a classroom, and happened to glance under my chair and notice a baggie of something or other. I picked it up - it was Kevin's motherfucking senior portraits! He had left it in there from the class before! I was in possession of like 20 copies of Kevin's senior portrait!
I quickly consulted my friends. He'll be sooo grateful, and he'll have to talk to you! Maybe he'll invite you to sit! What if I said something stupid? What if I did something stupid? I couldn't. I just couldn't. I was too insecure and awkward, and Kevin was too beautiful! I turned it into the office and told them I had found it under my seat. I'll never know if they got it back to Kevin, but I know if they did and he took a quick count, he'd find he was one picture short.
You BET I stole one. Kevin graduated and left. Devestation was complete. A few years later, applying to college, being accepted to my first choice, I realized Kevin and I would be at the same school again!!! It really wasn't on purpose. I'm not that much of a stalker. For another two years, we would be united in the same place! Hallelujah, fate has struck again!
And I saw him again. I got to college, looked for him, and saw him. Just as I had hoped I would. And I don't know what happened in those few years - I don't know if it was extremely obvious the whole time, if he started dressing differently, coiffing his hair differently, or if I just grew up, but the moment I laid eyes on him in college, I knew:. I was totally into this girl I went to high school with.
I went out with her a few times freshmen year, and then she dumped me. I'll get back to this. She was smart, super cute, and had a great personality. We got along great. Fast forward to many years later, I ran into her at a party. Where she confessed to me that a friend had convinced her she shouldn't date anyone. She also told me that she had a crush on me the entire time we were in high school, but didn't think I would go out with her again.
So, we had huge crushes on each other and both of us thought the other wasn't interested. Stupid high school. His name was Eric. He was the younger, cuter, troubled brother of the popular very-good-boy in choir, Ben. He had long, curly hair that went past his shoulders forever getting him in trouble with the administrationand he wore suspenders with his V-neck T-shirts.
Every time I saw him in the halls, he would always make lingering eye contact with me-and I knew it was lingering because I would meet his eye, look away, desperately embarrassed, then look back and notice he was still looking at me.
I will never forget the time I was walking back to class, alone in the halls, dreaming about how cute he was I'm sure my expression must have read "crazy girl about to kidnap you and install a living fixture in the shrine in her closet" but he smiled, gave me a simple yet totally romantic head nod, and went on his way.
And I was a chicken. High school ended, I graduated and went off to a university hours away that none of my peers were attending-except one. Gorgeous, long-haired, suspenders-wearing, troubled Eric. Move-in day, I went to my parent's car to grab some remaining knick-knacks and literally collided into him. Except he was gorgeous, short-haired, soccer-uniform-wearing Eric now-which was even better!!
Icing on the cake? He was the roommate of one of the first friends I made on campus. It was the kind of love story movies were made of. It was the beginning of my lacking-parental-supervision adulthood.
It was the beginning of the chick flick to be be based upon my life.
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But I never got around to talking to him, and he transferred out. The end!
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Everyone was basically a redneck except for a few of my friends so when she showed up one day in her plaid pants I totally fell for her. She was the manic pixie dream girl before that was a thing.
I was obsessed. I would try to sit next to her in all the classes we had together. I would do push ups and situps whenever I was alone because I thought "she would probably like a guy with a great body. Or maybe not, but better not risk it.
She had a pretty crumby home life and her mom had moved her to my town basically to hide from her dad.
I would talk on the phone sometimes with my crush when I was feeling brave I'm in highschool at this point and still super scared of girls but one time her mom picked up. For a little bit she thought I was her husband and she demanded to know how I found her, when she figured out I was just some dumb boy calling for her daughter, she told me never to call again and hung up on me.
I freaked. When I'm stressed I run so I ran from my house in the country all the way to her house, about nine miles. I stood outside trying to work up the courage to knock on her door and tell her how I felt, but I couldn't do it.
I walked to a friends house and went to sleep. A few weeks later a friend coaxed me to go to a party with him because he said my crush would be there.
She wasn't, but I met the person who would become my first girlfriend. My girlfriend had this "friend" that was always lurking around turns out he had a crush on her and ended up dating the girl I had a crush on for years. It was emotionally abusive and my crush is still dealing with some of the issues from that relationship today. Fast forward ten years to now: My ex girlfriend is dating her shitty "friend" and I stayed buddies with my crush. About six months ago I finally told her how I felt in high school and we went on a date, forming ten year old love-parallelogram.
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My feelings were still really strong for her but she didn't feel the same way, so it didn't work out. Se sera, sera. There's a lot more to this story, but you'll have to buy my all five volumes of my audio book to hear it.
Oh my. The first time I saw my crush of a quarter century was in junior high.
He was a friend of a friend. He was gorgeous -dark haired and dangerous- and brilliant, with a dry wit. I fell hard and fast, only to watch him head off with other girls time after time. I dated other people in high school and college, but always had feelings for him. Every single person I dated during that time would have been dropped in a second if I thought I had a chance with him and don't think I don't feel guilty about that. Finally, one night in college, we hooked up.
However, I had just survived an attempted rape by someone else and even though this was about the most consensual things could get, the combo of me being freaked out and vulnerable and this being OMG the one dude I always wanted caused me to freeze up faster than Han Solo in the carbonite.
He thought I was frigid and didn't like him, I thought he hated me, and it was awful. I was guilt-ridden and miserable. We kind of stayed on and off in touch over the years and both married other people.
In my heart, though, this was the one that got away, with all the attendant what-ifs. What if I had another chance? Did I screw up my chance at true love? Everybody got compared to him and often found wanting, especially my first husband.
Cue to the end of last year. I'd been through one divorce, and lost my beloved second husband to cancer earlier in He'd lost his wife to cancer several years before.
He sent me a "How you doing? Within 24 hours he offered to get on a plane and come see me, and within a few weeks, we had a long lovely weekend together.
It was awesome. Everything was fun and good and wonderful and all the conflicted feelings about the years ago vanished. Just the same, I figured out that I really wanted to stay his friend forever, but he was absolutely and completely not the love for me. I'd held on to that rope for years, but it was the easiest thing in the world to let it go. This is going to sound fairy-tale, but once I let it rest, I opened up in a way I don't think I had before.
I loved both my husbands, but there was always this little tiny corner table reserved just in case. With that gone, I found the real man of my dreams. I love him with an adult's mind and a teenager's heart, if that makes sense.
I don't know if I could have done that without the resolution.
I am extatctic to share my crush story. I switched schools in the fourth grade. There was this girl named Nicki.
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She was pretty and smart and nice to me. I never asked her out because it was a good ten years later before I figured out how to do that. Her family moved away the following summer. I moved back to town a few years ago with my daugther. Last fall my daughter started kindergarden. When I dropped her off in her class I discovered Nicki was her teacher! Nicki Nicole now had just moved back to town after getting the teaching job.
I asked her out the last day of school last June.