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Author Topic: I still have feelings for my college crush, but we haven't talked in years.

November 29, 2018, 03:55:03 PM
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BigSteve


Hey, i need help. 3 years ago, i met a girl when i went to college. She was, to be honest, my ideal girlfriend. I mean, we were both very similar. We both had very geeky interests. We were both pretty smart. We were actually incredibly similar in most respects. But the biggest thing for me, she was a very outspoken conservative. I never thought i would run into another conservative in college ( i mean, i've heard plenty of horror stories of how left leaning colleges can be).


To be honest, she wasn't the model type. Actually, she was pretty nerdy. But i thought she was pretty damn cute.


Anyway, i wanted to ask her out. But i just never could work up the courage to do it. And, before i knew it she transferred to another school. I lost my shot, because i was too scared to push it. Yeah, i know, i can see the comments right now as i'm writing this. "Stupid beta cuck". I know, i probably come off as a major beta right now but i want to change that. She was smart, she was cute, she’s one of the few people I’ve met who actually really liked my sense of humor, she always wanted to talk to me and even approached me on her own, she seemed interested in me and I just let her get away. Every day for almost a year, she talked to me.


But i was just too shy to do anything. Plus, i always felt she might have been "too much" for me. She wasn't too much of a dominant personality, in person at least. Online was a totally different story. She'd get into arguments with liberals all the time, and after awhile would generally insult them. Like "You do realize universal healthcare will completely bankrupt our economy, right? And totally goes against what the founding father's fought for, right? Oh wait, you're retarted. Don't worry, you're still special!". and My god, look what she posted about 9/11 and our generation (https://imgur.com/a/XUZgIVX. I was kinda worried i'd be biting off more then i could chew.


Anyway, I mean, from what i could tell, she'd never had a boyfriend. Like, ever. Plus, She actually might have been interested in me.


I mean, we talked every day. Not just a simple hello, but a full conversation. ABout politics or really anything. I don't remember specifically, but we'd talk to just each other for sometimes up to an hour. Not to mention, She made it a point to talk to me. She approached me, i didn't approach her. Whenever she'd come to campus, she'd always sit at the same table i did. I even conducted an experiment, i sat on the opposite side of the lobby andshe STILL sat by me. She even laughed like crazy at my, rather lame, jokes. Loud, i even got her to snort with laughter.


It's been 2 years since we talked. I've considered messaging her, telling her how i felt. Or just saying hi, but i don't want to appear too desperate either. How should i approach this? I mean, she still doesn't have a boyfriend from what i can tell. Is it too late? Would i have had a shot anyway?

December 01, 2018, 02:57:23 AM
Reply #1

geartips


I really think you should come clean and tell her how you feel like a friend at least

December 10, 2018, 06:36:30 AM
Reply #2

amosgwapo


I think that you should go for it man! its better if you try or you’ll regret at the end

December 11, 2018, 04:23:42 AM
Reply #3

BigSteve


I really think you should come clean and tell her how you feel like a friend at least


What should i say?

December 11, 2018, 04:23:59 AM
Reply #4

BigSteve


I think that you should go for it man! its better if you try or you’ll regret at the end


So what should i say?

December 11, 2018, 09:18:31 AM
Reply #5

menchuuy58


Hey, i need help. 3 years ago, i met a girl when i went to college. She was, to be honest, my ideal girlfriend. I mean, we were both very similar. We both had very geeky interests. We were both pretty smart. We were actually incredibly similar in most respects. But the biggest thing for me, she was a very outspoken conservative. I never thought i would run into another conservative in college ( i mean, i've heard plenty of horror stories of how left leaning colleges can be).


To be honest, she wasn't the model type. Actually, she was pretty nerdy. But i thought she was pretty damn cute.


Anyway, i wanted to ask her out. But i just never could work up the courage to do it. And, before i knew it she transferred to another school. I lost my shot, because i was too scared to push it. Yeah, i know, i can see the comments right now as i'm writing this. "Stupid beta cuck". I know, i probably come off as a major beta right now but i want to change that. She was smart, she was cute, she’s one of the few people I’ve met who actually really liked my sense of humor, she always wanted to talk to me and even approached me on her own, she seemed interested in me and I just let her get away. Every day for almost a year, she talked to me.


But i was just too shy to do anything. Plus, i always felt she might have been "too much" for me. She wasn't too much of a dominant personality, in person at least. Online was a totally different story. She'd get into arguments with liberals all the time, and after awhile would generally insult them. Like "You do realize universal healthcare will completely bankrupt our economy, right? And totally goes against what the founding father's fought for, right? Oh wait, you're retarted. Don't worry, you're still special!". and My god, look what she posted about 9/11 and our generation (https://imgur.com/a/XUZgIVX. I was kinda worried i'd be biting off more then i could chew.


Anyway, I mean, from what i could tell, she'd never had a boyfriend. Like, ever. Plus, She actually might have been interested in me.


I mean, we talked every day. Not just a simple hello, but a full conversation. ABout politics or really anything. I don't remember specifically, but we'd talk to just each other for sometimes up to an hour. Not to mention, She made it a point to talk to me. She approached me, i didn't approach her. Whenever she'd come to campus, she'd always sit at the same table i did. I even conducted an experiment, i sat on the opposite side of the lobby andshe STILL sat by me. She even laughed like crazy at my, rather lame, jokes. Loud, i even got her to snort with laughter.


It's been 2 years since we talked. I've considered messaging her, telling her how i felt. Or just saying hi, but i don't want to appear too desperate either. How should i approach this? I mean, she still doesn't have a boyfriend from what i can tell. Is it too late? Would i have had a shot anyway?
Its good to know that she doesn't have a boyfriend yet. I thinks its about  time for you to tell her about your feelings for her. Just take courage to speak to her. You will see her response after you will tell it to her. But the first step is in your hands. Go ahead and have a heart to heart talk with her.

 

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