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I'm in love. SH*T

Posted by Lucchia , 25 May 2011 · 168 views

And I hate that I'm in love. IM SUCH A MORON. I SHOULDNT BE LETTING MYSELF FALL IN LOVE AGAIN. It's like I'm asking for it...I feel like an idiotic cow for liking him.

But still...he takes me to the movies, takes me to a restaurant, pays for my tickets (although I bribed him into letting me pay for the food). He doesn't kiss me, because I don't show that I feel something for him. I hold his hand during the movie, and he doesn't take his hand away. I want to kiss him so bad. I FEEL LIKE A KID, WHAT THE HELL AM I DOING?

And why do I hate myself for loving him?

May 25 2011 09:30 PM
Are you scared? Maybe
Personally, I think you should enjoy the feeling (insn't it nice, after all? ;) ) and let things roll ahead at their own speed. You could initiate hand-holding outside the movies aswell as sort of a.. subtle hint? It's not too much, friends can hold hands too, but it should be enough to let him know you kind of like him. Maybe I'm old-fashioned, but I'd let the guy take initiative in the kissing frontier, at least for me it's less scary because I won't have to worry being turned down and ending up feeling embarrassed.

Love is such a sweet thing, embrace that feeling.

Hugs (if alright),

- M

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