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    (Original post by Serena20)
    I see.


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    I take it that most of your male classmates are still quite immature, probably the type to giggle in maths lessons when the answer is '69' or giggle at 'Pi times d' etc.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I take it that most of your male classmates are still quite immature, probably the type to giggle in maths lessons when the answer is '69' or giggle at 'Pi times d' etc.
    Pretty much yes! Haha. I just don't "drift towards them" if that makes any sense, i don't find myself attracted to many boys my age because i find a lot of them are too immature.


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    don't worry you're just a normal regular teenager
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    (Original post by muf_mur)
    don't worry you're just a normal regular teenager
    Yeah i used to think that it was fine/normal until my friend said it was "perverted" and "wrong". I guess her comments just really got to me.


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    (Original post by Serena20)
    Yeah i used to think that it was fine/normal until my friend said it was "perverted" and "wrong". I guess her comments just really got to me.


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    I'm sure she fancies one of her teachers too.
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    i fancied my PE teacher. she had an ass for all that squatting that she did went to good use
    just dont act on it and dont run away to france with him
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I'm sure she fancies one of her teachers too.
    I'm not sure, she often talks of how creepy her teachers are or will poke fun at them, she can just be really judgemental.


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    (Original post by toonervoustotalk)
    i fancied my PE teacher. she had an ass for all that squatting that she did went to good use
    just dont act on it and dont run away to france with him
    The boys in my year seem to fancy the female P.E teacher too, they usually comment on her chest and "things they'd like to do to her"... Lol



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    (Original post by Serena20)
    The boys in my year seem to fancy the female P.E teacher too, they usually comment on her chest and "things they'd like to do to her"... Lol



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    they are real guys then :yy:
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    (Original post by Serena20)
    The boys in my year seem to fancy the female P.E teacher too, they usually comment on her chest and "things they'd like to do to her"... Lol



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    I think that type of fancying is different to your type of fancying, which is more emotional.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I think that type of fancying is different to your type of fancying, which is more emotional.
    Indeed. Oh wells, maybe this summer will do me some good


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    (Original post by Serena20)
    So i know this may sound pathetic but around six months ago i began having a crush on my Maths teacher, it started because i felt like i was struggling in maths so during break time i spoke to him about maybe moving me down to the middle set because at the time i felt like it was a little bit difficult for me, he started telling me that he doesn't think I'd need that and basically just started saying really nice things to me and i guess i was flattered, i was also going through some difficult stuff out of school so it was nice to hear someone say something nice to me.

    Anyways, after that he began to tutor me during my break times to help me with my maths and i confided in him a bit about my home life and everything and he was really nice to me about it all and would make me feel better. After around 2 months my tutoring came to an end as I'd caught up with everything but i began to notice that i missed his company and stuff, we still spoke every now and again (maybe like once a week) but now that the summer holidays have started i know that i won't have anyone/him to talk to or confide in.

    Yesterday i spoke to a friend of mine and basically told her everything and how i felt alone and was missing my teachers company and i told her how i felt and everything. She told me that i could speak to her about anything but then she said "it is kinda perverted that you have a crush on him through, he's 11 years older than you- it's so wrong"

    This kind of offended me and made me feel ashamed i guess, it's not like we have a sexual relationship or anything, he's just been there for me when nobody hasn't and I've been flattered by it all. Since she said that I've been feeling really guilty and like I've done something wrong.

    What are your guys views? Is fancying him totally wrong? Does it make me a bad person? Sorry about the essay


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    Nope, nothing wrong with it at all. Most teenagers will have fancied one of their teachers at some point, me included Obviously, if either of you made a move on the other then that would be against the law; teachers are only supposed to have professional relationships with their students. But you can't help who you fancy and since he was there for you when you needed someone it's understandable Don't worry about it; it isn't perverted at all

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    I'm sure most girls have crushes on boys older than them normally.
    And you seem to like him for his company- you didn't say anything about how hot he is.
    This is pretty common I guess.
    Just don't do anything and maybe get a really close friend you can talk to to feel less lonely idk.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    I take it that most of your male classmates are still quite immature, probably the type to giggle in maths lessons when the answer is '69' or giggle at 'Pi times d' etc.
    Haha I would still laugh at that and I am 6 years out of school!
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    (Original post by Serena20)
    I don't plan on acting on it
    I think you should. It would make for a pretty good porno.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    Would you say it's more common amongst teenage girls than boys? :confused:
    Yep definitely, teenage boys only ever fancy their teacher if they're 'fit', girls on the other hand look for someone who they can look up to.
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    (Original post by Autistic Merit)
    Would you say it's more common amongst teenage girls than boys? :confused:
    For sure
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    For sure
    do you go to an all girls school by any chance
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    (Original post by toonervoustotalk)
    do you go to an all girls school by any chance
    No I went to a mixed school and a mixed college
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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    No I went to a mixed school and a mixed college
    ok then were you friends with only girls
 
 
 
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