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Mr.Bracewell

Yep, I have a crush too...*blush* its quite embaressing to say it to anyone though but Everybody in school already knows. He's 25, an engliah teacher who is funny, sweet, shy, and very nice. When I saw him for the first time, I didn't develop any feelings for him, but after one day, when I chatted with him in the library for 45mins! He was so adorable, his predictions on the seventh book of Harry Potter were so intelligent! This might sound insane, but there was oneday where I made his favorite Betty Crocker Brownies and after a few monthes I made him a Betty Crocker Marble Cake with chocolate frosting *sigh* even though we shared it with the whole class, I was sooo happy that he liked it! The sad thing is that he is married, his wife is so lucky, cause I don't think I'll ever forget this man, That I've had my biggest crush on! And even though I want to tell him, I don't (I control myself)... it for sure will freak him out! He didn't even want to hug me, when I passed him a the Favorite Buttony thing to him infront of assembly, instead he shook hands with me *rolls eyes* but I really, really love him *smiles*

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yoopnorth
Feb. 11th, 2006 05:33 am (UTC)
He's young! Do you e-mail or talk outside of school?
pups106
Feb. 11th, 2006 04:04 pm (UTC)
nope...he's married, and he's nervous around me, which makes him scared of me, because i always talk in a sensual way indirectly (thats wat everyone says) but anyways have any ideas to take his fright away?
angielah
Feb. 16th, 2006 02:09 pm (UTC)
his nervousness is a good sign, I guess. It means he does care about what you think of him and he care about how he present himself to you. To take his fright away, act natural around him and show that you're a genuine person. Talk to him and show interest in what he has to say. Eveutually the fright will fade in the process of adaptation. (It's just a neural thing.)
saitenyo
Feb. 16th, 2006 01:16 am (UTC)
I wish I had some sort of decent advice for you...but being in a similar situation and having yet to figure much of anything out, I'm afraid i don't.

But welcome to the community!
flamingoleander
Feb. 19th, 2006 02:01 am (UTC)
Woah...our situation is almost exactly the same. I have a crush on my 24 year old English teacher. It's his first year teaching and he's just been there for me so much. He's so nice. He seems flirty, and when we're alone, a bit nervous/shy too. Sad thing is...he just got married in September. *sighs* But yeah, I totally know how that feels.
flamingoleander
Feb. 19th, 2006 02:02 am (UTC)
ack, made a mistake. I meant he's pretty flirty towards me ^^;
pups106
Feb. 19th, 2006 05:54 pm (UTC)
I know! Damn why marry so early?! and OMG our situation is sooooo the same!
silver_fox7
Apr. 16th, 2006 12:03 am (UTC)
wow...
Alot of our situations are the same -I'm currently dealing with the same thing. My crush is 37 years old, though, married and with two kids...

This kinda sucks, doesn't it?...

well, pups, the best advice I can give right now is... well, not much... I guess you could try to get to know him more; get him to get over his nervousness...

Good luck in everything!

~Kitty-J
girlie_glamour
Apr. 16th, 2006 12:12 am (UTC)
Re: wow...
yea i guess, thanks ;)
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