To The Cute Guy Who Sits Next To Me, We Should Be Together
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To The Cute Guy Who Sits Next To Me, We Should Be Together

But I can’t admit my feelings to you.

To The Cute Guy Who Sits Next To Me, We Should Be Together
Eric Ward

To the cute guy who sits by me in class,

I’ve been thinking about this for a while. I know this is crazy, but I need to confess my feelings for you.

I once tried telling you this after class, but I didn’t know what to say. I tried calling you, but I chickened out. I tried texting you, but I couldn’t click send. I even tried writing a song about you. Sorry, I’m not Taylor Swift.

So, I decided to write this article for you.

You probably already know this, but I think you’re cute. Like, extremely cute. Since school started, I have had a huge crush on you. I think I make it obvious. Hopefully not. I swear, I’m not weird.

You once told me that you wanted to help save the planet, so I started planning our wedding. (Just kidding) But really, you’re perfect. Let me start by saying, you have a beautiful smile and you look great in a suit.

The first time we spoke, you immediately won my heart. I am sure many girls say that about you. If you haven’t figured it out yet, I think of random ways to talk to you during class. I never know if actual phrases or sentences come out of my mouth. Just so you know, I can form complete sentences.

Other days, we don’t speak, but we make eye contact. You’re so cute that it makes me nervous. When our eyes meet, I “casually” look away. I wonder if you catch me looking at you, or maybe, you’re looking at me too.

You make class worth going to. I think you’re extremely smart. I picture us having intelligent conversations together. After class, I sometimes ask you questions that I already know the answer to. I just like hearing your voice.

When you greet me in the hallway, I can’t help but blush and giggle. Sometimes, I get butterflies in my tummy. While we talk, I secretly hope that you are going to ask me out. (*wink, wink*) I can totally see us dating.

I am shy and socially awkward. If I seem nervous, ask me about video games. It will make my day. I also like it when you text me. Even if you are just asking me about the homework or an upcoming exam.

I am usually not the type of girl to wear makeup or get dressed up, but I secretly hope you notice when I change my hair color or put on a cute outfit.

We should be together, but I can’t admit my feelings to you. If you ask me whether I wrote this article about you, I would totally deny it. I would causally change the topic and make up some excuse that I had to go.

I like how things are. You have a great personality and you are easy to talk to. Maybe one day I will be ready. Maybe one day I will tell you how I feel.

For now, let’s stay friends. Until then, I’ll keep daydreaming about you.

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