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Is it normal that I'm jealous of my crush's BFF?
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Ever since Valentine's day, I've developed a hatred jealousy on my crush's BFF. She always calls my crush pet names like "Sweetie" and then my crush ends up calling her BFF other pet names like "Boo-boo". I think she and her BFF like eachother. I get all raged when I see her BFF say anything to her. Is my hatred jealousy on my crush's BFF normal?
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GeorgeMcBob
Yes that's normal. Guys can always sense when you're attracted to to them, and they always feel the same way. He's deeply in love with you, but just hasn't admitted it to himself yet.
To show him how much you love him, I suggest you start being more assertive. Let his BFF know that she's crossing a line. Maybe key her car or phone her fifteen times in the middle of the night and hang up as soon as she answers. Your true love will definitely be touched by your devotion.
If he still hasn't admitted to himself that you were made for each other, turn your room into a shrine dedicated to him. Secretly take hundreds of photographs of him and put them on your walls. Steal some of his underwear - guys think that's really hot. When you show him your shrine he will be moved to tears by the depth of your devotion, and will have no choice but to admit his undying love for you.
Don't be at all discouraged by a restraining order - it's just his way of testing the depth of your love.
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GeorgeMcBob
Sorry, I've just re-read your question and saw that all parties mentioned were girls. I did not realise that you were a lesbian, and I'm sorry if I caused offence. I am not in any way a homophobe.

However my original point still stands. Somewhere inside her there is a yearning for you - her subconscious mind knows you love her. In fact, this is more understandable than if your crush was a guy. She is afraid to come out of the closet and declare her love for you, but she is unconsciously trying to let you know, and unintentionally making you jealous.

Don't be afraid to make your own feelings known. The more you undermine, insult or threaten her BFF, the sooner she'll realise her true feelings and come out of the closet to be with you. Or try to help her along by gaining access to her Facebook account and signing her up to lesbian groups and fan pages, and changing her relationship status to "in a relationship with you."

As to my advice about stealing underwear, you should instead secretly swap underwear with her. Put your dirty panties and bras in her room to get her used to your scent. Olfaction is the most emotively powerful of the five senses, and your unique feminine scent will definitely arouse her passion for you.

Don't let anything hold you back!
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It's ok I'm actually bisexual so I like both. xD Well thanks for the advice AGAIN! :D I really appreciate it. ^-^
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+1, WIN.
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This is the first time I've actually LOL'd in a long time and for that I thank you kindly.
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Thank you for the advice! ^-^
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"my crush's BFF."

There's your problem. You might have a crush on him but he obviously wants HER.


It's time to realize you can't always get the guy you want.
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GeorgeMcBob hit the nail on the head for sure, you absolutely need to be more assertive, its not at all over the line for you to follow him around, NO MATTER WHERE HE GOES, family gatherings, work, even the bathroom without saying a word and just staring, never taking your eyes off him. Guys love persistence, its shows how much you care. Introduce yourself to people as his girlfriend, and make sure you randomly show up at his house ingratiating yourself to his family.

Completely normal to park at the curb outside of his house all night long with a pair of binoculars, dont be discouraged when the cops show up either. Prove your devotion by causing a major scene and getting pepper sprayed.

Good Luck.
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I know this is a joke, but it make me laugh! :D
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Are you guys insane?
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Uh, excuse me?

In what way did I NOT completely and thoroughly answer the previous quandary submitted by the OP ?
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Ah, that sucks. I'm the same way, this guy I liked once said "babe" to a girl on Facebook and I couldn't stand it. But I talked to that girl a couple times since then and got to like her more, but I think that guy is a douche now. Anyway it's normal. They may or may not like each other in that way, but if they do, you'll just have to leave them alone. It sucks, but it's just life. You'll find someone else.
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@: alv1592
That's true. :P
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