Thursday, June 01, 2006


When was the last time you had a crush? You know, in that school girl/boy kinda way?

Was just chatting to some friends about stalkers - remembering back when A and i used to 'stalk' this guy (i think his name was Yuki) at the tram stop... and then we kinda followed him to his home... That sheer exhilaration whenever we saw him.

And what about now? in our (newfound) adulthood, are these 'crushes' allowed? Do we really have a crush where we are irrationally attracted to someone even though: (a) we dont know them in any meaningful way, (b) nothing would ever happen, and (c) we really dont have anything in common with them or (d) all of the above. Logically, perhaps we simply like the idea of someone like 'the crush', someone with those unique set of qualities which they have. Perhaps its just the idea of having something that we dont have, or that we dont even really want, but seems like a 'good idea'?


At 10:19 PM, Blogger Sevenchild said...

Crushes are dangerous.

They're so impulsive, so inexplicable at the best of times. You don't know why you like that person - you "just do". Each time you see your Crush, you get another snapshot of their life, and then create a whole story in your head of who that person is - and dangerously, what life could be with that person.

It still happens in adulthood. Less tho, I think. At least not in the high-school way.

PS. I remember Yuki. ;-)

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