How do you know you have a crush? What is it supposed to feel like anyway? I have lots of guy friends (many *immature* people find this amusing and a point to annoy me on) and I like some of them better than others, but how do I know if I *like* them, or anyone?
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I think having a crush on someone is probably something that feels different for everybody. For me, it's seeing somebody and finding them attractive and wanting to be with them. My tummy flutters, and I practically find myself preening when I'm around that person.
*shhhhhhh* Don't tell anybody...but I've got a huge crush on my boyfriend. It's a secret, but I think he knows somehow.
I think you'll know when you're interested in somebody, so I wouldn't worry about sticking a label on it right now. There's nothing wrong with liking your friends to greater or lesser degrees. It'll happen when it happens.
I have a crush on this kid at my school. He had a mohawk but then he cut it off. I cant talk to him for the life of me, but hes cute. I think he would be interesting to know.
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To me, crushing is one of the funnest things anyone can do.
I think it feels different to everyone. When I like someone, I just feel giddy and happy and say how darn cute they are and want to be around them and think about me with them and... ok, enough of me getting carried away. I was just thinking of my crush
Anyway, I think ya get the picture. Like Kitten said, you'll know when it happens and you don't need to put a label on it.
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