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Freddie Woo writes: I've still got weird feelings for a well-known female TV presenter from the 1980s. I'm now in my forties, work in the same building as her and she follows me on a number of social networking sites. And now, she knows about it.

Tell us about the teenage crushes that still make you go wobbly.

(, Thu 5 Nov 2009, 11:04)
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Call her.
Seriously, just do it.
In the daytime and without alcohol.
Say 'hi', ask how she's doing and reminisce for a bit.Tell her there's something you never got round to saying and that one day, you'd like to let her know exactly what it was.
Then wish her well and say goodbye.
Ball's then in her court and you get to move on.
If she calls, go for it. If not, at least you know for sure.
The two saddest words in this life are 'What if...?'
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 18:38, 2 replies)
^ This.
If you don't try, don't at least attempt to tell her how you feel, you'll never know and spend the rest of your life wondering.
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 18:45, closed)
good advice from both people here
listen to it. If she's that much of a friend and she's hot then you could be missing out on something amazing.

I was good friends with the current Mrs V for 4 years at uni before anything happened and now I couldn't be happier. It would've sucked if neither of us had made a move.
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 18:53, closed)
I felt gutted just reading that
Do as the other replies say. Grasp the thorn, get the rose.
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 19:02, closed)

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