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The ABC's Of Having A Crush

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"...pation."

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Look, 96.3% of any crush is spent waiting. When will your crush text you? When will your crush come online? When will your crush declare his or her undying love for you from a rooftop during sunset while a million triumphant violins play? (So why not make the first move? No? Ok.)

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D is for "date."

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What counts as a date? How do you know the difference between a date and just general hanging out? Should you try to make out? Do you end this with a hug? If you touch your crush, will you pass out?

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H is for "happiness."

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Because you feel happy every time you think of your crush while at the very same time wondering if you will ever feel true happiness again. It's invigorating and aggravating and hopelessly confusing, all at once.

I is for "Instagram."

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Because you just spent about an hour looking through your crush's and almost accidentally liked a picture, so had to scream and stop and step away from the phone.

L is for "Lana Del Rey."

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Because right now all you want to do is listen to sad love songs full of pleading and nostalgia for a time that never was while looking up love-related quotes on Tumblr.

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M is for "music."

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You're not "stalking" your crush's Spotify listens; you're just casually glancing at it every single day. And now you know you both like T. Rex and are meant to be.

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Y is for "YISSSSS."

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Because they finally asked you out and you smiled and accidentally yelled "yisssss" instead of "yes" because you're so nervous and relieved and excited and about to explode into a million spinning cartoon hearts.

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