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By  stolencrackers  |  1

I understand the phase of "crush" is the time you want everything to go "perfectly." Hopefully, you can look back and laugh at it, too. On my 3rd date with my now husband, oh boy did I make a fool of myself I thought for sure he'd think I was crazy.. but we both laughed at it, and now we're happily married!

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  kerrygirl  |  12

ya obviously, how do you love someone unless your with them and spending time with them and its more then just a friendship. if your not with the person i do believe its more lust then love....

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  repyourcliche  |  0

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  kmhm2621  |  0

I've been in love with someone for two years. a year and a half of which we weren't together. It can happen to people, you just know when you love someone. besides being with them and then loving them, that's basically saying that you have to learn how to love him/her. Would it or would it not make more sense to just love someone and not have to learn how to love them? It's almost like with a baby, you love him/her before you know him/her. See what I'm saying??

By  kerrygirl  |  12

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By  powersmoke  |  0

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By  stolencrackers  |  1

I understand the phase of "crush" is the time you want everything to go "perfectly." Hopefully, you can look back and laugh at it, too. On my 3rd date with my now husband, oh boy did I make a fool of myself I thought for sure he'd think I was crazy.. but we both laughed at it, and now we're happily married!

By  sportsnut  |  0

i would say this is a great story to tell the kids some day, but crushes are for high school and you are far too immature to know or even begin to understand what love is. I give this a year...maybe two and you'll be through

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