The truth about crushes

RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, UK to New York City, US.

Hey there…

So I was reading Prince’s article and in the article he said that no one goes through high school without having a crush on someone. And I was like no that’s not true, yeah you heard me I said that is so not true.

I did not have a crush on anyone throughout my secondary school days and he said that was because I did not understand the true meaning of a crush. Basically, what is a crush? Is it not that weird infatuation a girl has on a boy and vice versa?

That whole “he’s so handsome and he makes you giddy and you can’t concentrate and all that”. Well, sorry darling but I didn’t feel it at any point, I was too busy making sure I was comfortable in school to notice any boy and the few my friends had crushes on just didn’t work on me. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying I don’t appreciate a fine guy, I do sincerely but I just don’t feel all that emotional stuff for them. In fact, until I finished secondary school I didn’t believe it exists for me. Don’t even think I’m admitting to having a crush right now, I’m just saying that right now I’m in a good space and I’m not seeing myself as that weird different girl in class if you know what I mean. To let you realise that I’m just as normal as you are,I’ll tell you a secret; shh…

I’m totally in love with Leonardo di Caprio, you know, that guy from Titanic.


Anyway,to cut the long story short, i’m just trying to say that you can go through secondary school without feeling the so called crush, I did it, true story. Let’s see you argue that one Prince. Bye . Merciful.

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