Contrary to popular belief, you don't stop developing crushes on people once you graduate from high school. No, believe me, the crush phenomenon extends well into adulthood — and honestly, I'm glad. Generally speaking, I'm pretty cynical when it comes to love, but I think having a crush on someone is great. Every time you see the object of your affection, your pulse races and your heart swells; you feel like you're on top of the world!
7 Songs 🎧 to Send Your Crush 💑 so He'll Get the Hint 😉 ...
Revisit your first mixtape with these love songs from the s
There is nothing sweeter or more soul-destroying than the agony and the ecstasy of a crush. I always assumed that, as an adult, I would get over the whole crush thing — but, sadly, it seems that it never goes away. Whether I'm drooling over the sexy guy I met on the bus or the strong jawline and totally hot leadership skills of Captain America, my crushes are still as all-consuming now as they were when I was scribbling about them in my diary back in high school. Here's the thing about crushes, though: they come in stages.
25 Songs About Missing Someone You Love
These songs were written and recorded in private around this time . They were the soundtrack to what was an ever continuing love crusade. I hope they keep you company on yours.
Hey you. I see you, staring at your phone — sitting, hoping, waiting, wishing for a text from your not so special someone. I see you, scrolling through your old messages, trying to decide if it's socially acceptable to send the first text this time. Maybe just an emoji or two; something small and harmless that says — as Tove Lo would put it — I'm a cool girl! I'm so chill I could singlehandedly end the global warming crisis!