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I had a crush on a guy in my theater class. Eventually, my crush found out that I liked him and kept it a secret for a couple of days. Soon the word got around school and I was always nervous going to theater class. My crush and his best friend thought it would be "hilarious" if they added making out and GF/BF things to their scenes. Also, my crush would say how ugly or how annoying his partner was in the scene, but everyone knew he was referring to me. Every time they did a scene, my face ended up bright red!

 

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