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Ok, so have any of ya out there had a crush on a teacher?

xD

I have, only once....

And only because he reminded me of this one Korean popstart Kim Heechul.

EVERYONE thinks they look alike. In class I used to draw pictures of Heechul and people would automaticaly say "Eww, why are you drawing Mr. D?"

xD

It's hilarious.

See. xD

Though in the second picture (which I took, and its actually the 4th picture xD) he does look pretty ugly (only time I've seen him where I could say so), but for serial, he isn't that bad looking in real life. xD

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EVAN_DESU

The sad part is he actually knew I like him.

Like in October this kid in my class yelled out "You like a teacher...Who's last name starts with a D??"

Then Mr.D came up behind me nudged me, looked me in the eyes and said "I'm sure you don't mean 'like like'" he smiled and walked away. >.<

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Guest Neuro

I teased my male teacher Wataru about crushing on him, but the only teacher I really had a crush on was my first Japanese teacher Fumiko =w= she was too adorable, and really friendly. I don't think she resembled a celebrity, but she was one of the few who actually was able to TEACH me! XD (I fail at studying but she was patient thank god)

That is weird, your teacher does resemble that celebrity quite a bit..... o-o

Ah, youth. *pretends to smoke a cigar*

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Guest April63

Crush on a teacher? No, not really. Though some of them may have been good looking, not really any crushes. That's kinda weird.

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I teased my male teacher Wataru about crushing on him, but the only teacher I really had a crush on was my first Japanese teacher Fumiko =w= she was too adorable, and really friendly. I don't think she resembled a celebrity, but she was one of the few who actually was able to TEACH me! XD (I fail at studying but she was patient thank god)

That is weird, your teacher does resemble that celebrity quite a bit..... o-o

Ah, youth. *pretends to smoke a cigar*

Haha, one day this lady came to my door. (my dads old friend)

and she told me she had come back from Japan and the next time she went she would bring me back something and when she came back she'd teach me Japanese. From what I can remember she was very pretty hehe.

But I am so sad because she never brought me back anything and never taught me Japanese. :o

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Guest Jeannine Bean

I had a crush on my Taiwanese Math tutor, Chi Wi, when I was ten.

Then I had a crush on my psychiatrist who was a dead ringer for David Bowie on the cover of Tin Machine, but a little stronger and bigger and taller than Bowie.

--Jeannine

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Guest My_Genesis

AHH yes! My math teacher freshman year of high school! At the time I wasn't even sure if that's what it was lol, but that was mainly because I was still figuring things out and "girl-on-girl" images (involving me that is) just freaked me out so i kinda went into denial about the whole thing. :o

Mind you i'm gonna be a sophomore in college this coming september yet I still actually start feeling sick to my stomach if I think about her.

:rolleyes:

hopefully it remains a high school thing lol so far in college, no young attractive professors.

:blush:

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Guest Nikk

I've never crushed on a teacher, but I've had creepy obsession type things where people get stuck in my head. Two of my teachers last semester did.... DX I couldn't do anything without thinking of either of them and it was... (still is) so creepy. It's like having a song stuck in my head... a song that sounds like a conscience.

On topic now, don't think I've ever really crushed on a teacher much... That may be more of a product of the majority of my teachers being married, female, and/ or too comical/the butt of my friends inside jokes to crush on.

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Guest AlyTheGreatAngel

Oommmgg yes my english teacher he is just so young and handsome 27 years old. Its getting bad though I think about him all day....but its not my fualt he showed great interest towards me uuuuuuuuggghh I confuse things:/

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Guest DawnK

My HS Freshman English Teacher Mrs. Brandon who used to sit in a student desk at the front of the class with her legs pointed right at me and a great visual up her mini skirts. (it was the 70's) I'm not saying she had a thing for teasing, but once, she did wedge herself in between my desk and the bulletin board and smiled from eat to ear when (keep in mind I didn't know she was there) when I turned around from talking to the person behind me and as I brought my hand around to grab my desk to pull me around, I happened to slap her in the behind.

Then my Freshman Art Teacher Miss Reed/later Mrs. Setne, who was just Hot. She wore her hair just the way I liked it. And she wore mini skirts too, but I only got one view up her skirt.

Since then, there have been several Female Bosses whose gotten the old brain juices flowing.

dk

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