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Guy's Behavior. I know girls get fluttery and blushy feelings when something happens with their crush or their boyfriend says something cute or kisses them.
2. time flies when you're together.
But some guys always seem to just play it so cool that it's basically impossible to tell if they feel the same way back. Sure, it might seem like dudes aren't riding that same crazy roller coaster of emotions that we are —but it turns out that they totally ARE. Over on Reddit's AskMenguys opened up about how they really feel when they have a crush, and it sounds like they turn into piles of mush, too.
It's an infatuation of a person where they dominate my thoughts and in most cases le to daydreaming scenarios with that person. The hate part comes in where I want it to stop It's such a stubborn thing to get rid of too, but once I do and don't have any other prospective romantic endeavors then I just feel They make me feel vulnerable and weak and awful.
I think about her so often, sometimes its a constant thought for hours I've imagined conversations, or situations even where I imagine us ending up together Just being next to her and doing nothing is thrilling. It's a blessing and a curse.
Hearing her voice stand out off a crowd of dozens of people.
Noticing that looking into her eyes brightens up your day. Feeling the most let down when she can't make it today.
It is so polarizing that you can't think of anything else You want to know everything about her. God, this is embarrassing.
1. you don't get butterflies when you think about the other person.
I imagine my life with them and being so happy. Then I realize we can never be together. Every time you do something that makes even a little bit of noise, like turn on the faucet, you find yourself going, 'Did my phone just go off? My cheeks get flushed, I feel a hot nervousness in my gut and my breath quickens.
I get a smile on my face that is beyond genuine and I mean not that I'm speaking from experience or anything, cough. I then just spend a lot of time being unnecessarily sad about it and exaggerating in my mind what are probably meaningless flirtations and interactions.
When they aren't around, I think about them way too much. I attempt to spend more time with them while trying not to sound desperate, all while trying to work up the nerve to tell them how I feel.
Hannah Orenstein is the assistant features editor at Seventeen. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram!
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