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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    oh and i'm no kid, i'm 17 soon in 6 days
    Oh, you young'un. Wait 'till you get to the grand old age of 18
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    (Original post by schoolstudent)
    omg! This!
    Euh, yes, this. I was hoping you'd explain your reasoning to me because it seems that you would have no one enter into a relationship with another person because that's a selfish thing to do. :confused:
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    Sounds like how I felt fancying my hot english teacher when I was 15.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    oh and i'm no kid, i'm 17 soon in 6 days
    I tend to act childish, don't want to grow old you see..
    Well it’s always nice to know that we’re talking to an adult.

    Since you’re really in loveeeeee, be sure to write down exactly what it means as the rest of the world has been struggling for millennia to find a proper definition that can be used once and for all to separate it from infatuation.
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    (Original post by linkdapink)
    "I'm no kid, I'm 17 soon, in 6 days" LOL. Don't worry, you'll crash and burn over this guy soon enough, and you'll learn and grow. You're still young, and yes, still a kid. But luckily that means you're entitled to have all these loved up feelings, with people still thinking its cute (and not stalkerish)

    The sad thing is, my 21 year old flatmate still does stuff like this. She fancies a bouncer at a night club and goes there every week to see him. Then found out he works a different day too, so goes there TWICE a week now to see him. Now she's found out he's a boucer at a different pub on a different day, so goes there too. And apparently she "can't wear the same thing twice, because otherwise he'll think I'm a scruff".

    If you don't want anything to happen, then fair enough. If you do, you gotta tell him, otherwise you'll drive everyone else insane constantly talking about him.
    Are you serious.....is you flatmate that crazy???????????/?
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    Best of luck dear...
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    (Original post by trooper6)
    Well it’s always nice to know that we’re talking to an adult.

    Since you’re really in loveeeeee, be sure to write down exactly what it means as the rest of the world has been struggling for millennia to find a proper definition that can be used once and for all to separate it from infatuation.
    She could probably get some really interesting, reflective and original poetry out of it too.
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    (Original post by CoolDude)
    Are you serious.....is you flatmate that crazy???????????/?
    Seriously... yes. This bouncer was getting off with another girl one night, so she brought a guy home to "show she wasn't bothered". It's got to the point where she doesn't need to show ID because she's in there so often!
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    B'awwwww so cute!

    I have a feeling I know you, I tried to rep you and it said "please rate some other members before rating this member again"........

    In any case, best feeling everrrr!
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    (Original post by Mad Cat Lady)
    B'awwwww so cute!

    I have a feeling I know you, I tried to rep you and it said "please rate some other members before rating this member again"........

    In any case, best feeling everrrr!
    Erm...you've repped "Anonymous" before, then?
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    (Original post by Potiron)
    Erm...you've repped "Anonymous" before, then?
    I thought it went on the actual member and not everyone called "anonymous"?
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    (Original post by Mad Cat Lady)
    I thought it went on the actual member and not everyone called "anonymous"?
    I think going anon is quite a popular way of saying something controversial without having to pick up the neg rep. I don't think it goes to anyone.
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    I'm in a similar position haha... only I think he likes me back I wouldn't say I'm in love though, it's entirely lust.
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    (Original post by LornaSandison1)
    Euh, yes, this. I was hoping you'd explain your reasoning to me because it seems that you would have no one enter into a relationship with another person because that's a selfish thing to do. :confused:
    There are more people wanting relationships than there are people who are desirable to have a relationship with, so if you take one of these desirable people without being desirable yourself, you've done something bad.

    The person you've taken won't be as happy with you as they would with someone more attractive, and others won't be so able to get an attractive partner now that you've taken an attractive person out of their options.

    Also, being in a couple usually, from what I've seen, involves doing things that make only you and your partner happy (and the things which you do to make a partner happy are usually an indirect effort to make yourself happy), like for example if one member of a couple got the other a birthday present. There are people who this money could have a far bigger effect on, but the member of the couple ignores this out of their selfish desire to keep their partner and make sure their partner is pleasant to be around. Lovely.

    I wouldn't mind if we lived in a world with no suffering and no bigger problems being ignored, and everyone paired off with a person of equal attractiveness.
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    (Original post by imperial maniac)
    :facepalm:

    I have never seen anyone quite so naive as you, sorry.

    I thought I was bad.
    This.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hello,
    I've met someone wonderful and perfect in every way. I love his personality, his looks is a bonus. He doesn't know I like him. When I see him my heart stops for second, he is just so cute! When we both make eye contact, I immediately look away because I don't want him to see that I like him. We wore the same colour clothes coincidently and I just get happy. Young love. I stay after college to see him and when he leaves my heart sinks. 2011 is my year, and i'm loving the UK weather! Everything just seems perfect! I was supposed to work with him for a presentation and when he came to talk to me I just kept staring into his eyes, I became speechless. He tried avoiding eye contact whilst talking to me but i sustained mine because I was just looking at him so close up. I just wanted to share my story

    So, the main question...should I tell him? And does he like me back or am I just overreacting?

    Thank you...I'd love to hear your own stories too

    you should ask him out or see if he is interested in you(flirt).

    but dont go out and say I LOVE YOU...cause thats a rookie mistake.
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    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    How old are you?

    You're not in love- it is lust.

    Maybe talk to him but don't say "I love you", that would freak him out.


    I don't understand the neg here, it's true. If you do tell them, I wish you the best though .
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    I like my best friend, who doesn't like me back
    *sigh* the old cliche.
    **** My Life.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hello,
    I've met someone wonderful and perfect in every way. I love his personality, his looks is a bonus. He doesn't know I like him. When I see him my heart stops for second, he is just so cute! When we both make eye contact, I immediately look away because I don't want him to see that I like him. We wore the same colour clothes coincidently and I just get happy. Young love. I stay after college to see him and when he leaves my heart sinks. 2011 is my year, and i'm loving the UK weather! Everything just seems perfect! I was supposed to work with him for a presentation and when he came to talk to me I just kept staring into his eyes, I became speechless. He tried avoiding eye contact whilst talking to me but i sustained mine because I was just looking at him so close up. I just wanted to share my story

    So, the main question...should I tell him? And does he like me back or am I just overreacting?

    Thank you...I'd love to hear your own stories too
    You want to suck his **** with lettuce and tomato I bet.

    Just do eeeet!
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    That's really cute, reminded me of how it feels to first fall for someone

    Awwwh I love teh warm fuzzies
 
 
 
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