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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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I only hit reply so I could tell you that your probably a repressed homosexical, but after reading everyone elses replies I feel like a slug now.

Yes, tell her how you feel even if she doesnt feel the same. You wont regret it.

u big poof
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 19:59, 1 reply)
You don't need to tell me
I am a poof, and a twat. I've never been shy with the opposite sex either. I'm not the Fonz, but I've always been comfortable and done alright with females.

I suppose I just froze at that moment and I can't forgive myself.

And thanks for the messages, the instant she breaks up with that knobhead of a bloke she's going out with I am going to reveal all. The saddest thing is I know I could end up marrying her. I'd say yes in a second if I ever had the chance.

Hopefully it's not too late.
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 20:42, closed)
personally I wouldnt wait
The current Missus Evilmeister was with someone else when I told her that I loved her.

We've been together 15 years now.

Fuck me I wish she'd go >.<
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 21:05, closed)
oh my god - you numpty
Don't wait for her to break up with an idiot, as idiot's pregnate and screw up the pretty and trusting.
Just give her a call, and get it over and done with.

If she says no then my god, your at Uni get stuck into the women there, much better to find out now than to wait for a year or two and miss out on the avaialble alternatives.
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 21:06, closed)
^^ All this
Is too true!
Fingers crossed here, wish I'd had the courage...
(, Mon 9 Nov 2009, 21:14, closed)
Don't worry about it - do it!
Every single girl I've dated was in a relationship when I first told them how I felt. Despite knowing that it might make the friendship harder, It's always been worth the risk. It's best to be truly honest with your feelings with a good friend - after all, you're honest with them about everything else, right?

Tell her how you feel. Chances are, she'll reply with 'I know'. Then just talk to her in the same way you always have.

Turning a friendship into a relationship can take time, especially when there's someone else already around, but it's worth it. Believe me and everyone else here, we all speak from experience. If even SpankyHanky says you should go for it without cracking a joke - you know we mean it.
(, Tue 10 Nov 2009, 14:02, closed)

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