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LadyMac
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I just wanted to share this story with everyone here, since I'm a little embarrassed to tell it to my real-life friends but I wanted to get it off my mind. For background, I'm a 21-year-old college student, in a very successful long-term relationship with another 21-year-old college student whom I love dearly.

My little professor-crush blossomed into a huge monster this semester when I finally had a class with him. He's ridiculously tall, has dark hair with a little grey at the temples, dresses very hip, has a wonderfully sexy deep voice, and (naturally) is an amazing musician and has a fantastic personality. This man is fantastically sexy. He's also happily married and has adorable little kids, but that can't stop me from sighing at him a little during class and making sure my homework is always done [Wink]

So the other night (after being extremely sleep-deprived), I had a dream that I was hanging out somewhere with him. Most of the dream went on like that, until near the end he said something like he never thought he would fall for a student. I was, of course, astounded, and very torn between him and my boyfriend. Then we were walking through a bookstore, going back to campus. He kept turning to look at me, and I kept thinking he was about to kiss me. Then I noticed something on the floor and picked up a manila envelope that was addressed to me, and inside was a letter from my friends that they knew I was cheating on my boyfriend with the professor. I got frightened and said I had to go, he seemed upset, and then I woke up.

For the next couple of days I was a little weirded out by this dream, especially when I ran into him in the hall on the way to class, and he smiled and said hi. I said good morning and just about melted, but luckily he didn't see because he went past me down the stairs.

It's getting better, though. Dreams like that have a very profound impact on me, though it eventually goes back to normal. I still have a super crush, but I know he will never be more than eye candy and a great professor to me. I've told my boyfriend about this too, and he assures me he's not bothered, since I know there will never be anything.

Anyways, that's my story about the crush that will never be more. Thanks for reading!

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-Jill
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We have a thread on crushes that could use a bump. Why don't you repost in there so we can keep things organized. In the future, it's always worthwhile to see what the search function turns up -- we have almost eight years of threads so odds are you'll find something interesting.
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