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  • <p> <b><p></b> <b>Him:</b> I'm fascinated by the way you dress<p/><b>Me:</b> Why?<p/><b>Him:</b> Because you embody some timeless class that a lot of woman don't have anymore. Nobody fucking paints their lips red just to come to class anymore, it's all about sweatpants and hair in a bun now, which can be fine but shows that you just don't care. That you don't care about yourself or how other people treat you. You on the other hand look like nobody can mess with you, yet you are the sweetest person with everyone. Your look demands you to be seen and respected, that's the way it supposed to be.<p/><b>Me:</b> Wow, you've been thinking about this a lot haven't you?<p/><b>Him:</b> You fascinated me<p/><b>Me:</b> That's good, I guess?!?<p/><b>Him:</b> It is, but it also makes things complicated<p/><b></b> *what the fuck do you mean P.... `*<p/><b></b> *and it think it's important to mention that i dress like pin up girl every day (think Dita Von Teese)*<p/></p><p/></p>

me 2015: *starts to have a crush on a teacher/older people* I came out to have a good time and I’m honestly feeling so attacked right now!

me 2016: *starts to have a crush on a teacher/older people* I would very much like to be excluded from this narrative, one I have never asked to be apart of,

Teacher Crush “Guide”Pt. 1

Disclaimer: I do not support underage age gap relationships. I do not support initiating sex/romantic relationships with teachers nor older (while you are underage/not graduated) or married men/women. This is written from my experiences with my TC and other teachers I have befriended, as well as some contributions. Everyone’s TC is different. This is gender neutral, and for any variety of an age gap. 

Simple Words Saying “good morning/afternoon” or “have a good day” will make you stand out, especially because most students don’t go out of their way to say those simple words to their teachers. It is also a good start for a conversation, and it was what I said to my TC before I ever had a full-on conversation. Additionally, wave, say “Hi”, or smile if you see them in the hallway!

Start A Conversation Especially when you haven’t talked to them a lot, unfortunately you will probably be the one who has to start the conversation first, but if you get to know them fairly well, it will go both ways! It can be about school, college, what you are doing that weekend, or anything random! Asking them a few questions goes a long way as well.

Extra Help If you are even having the slightest trouble with something in their class, ask them if you can come in their class before or after school! Not only will you get one on one time with them and their attention will completely be on you, you can start another conversation when you are done getting the help you need. If they are not your teacher, you can go to their room before/after school and say, “I’m (your name), I am having trouble in (your teacher in that subject’s name)’s class, do you think you can help me with (whatever you need help with)?”

Gifts Teachers love gifts. Every time I have given my TC or one of my other teachers (who are basically my friends lol) a gift they get so excited and are so thankful. It can be for any holiday or at the end of the year. At least in my experience, teachers in high school barely ever get gifts. They will appreciate it if it’s a cheesy thing you got that is for teachers or if it’s something that is more geared toward their subject/interests. (Ex. unique mugs, food, decoration for their classroom, gift cards, etc).

Sharing about your life Teachers, whether you have a crush on them or not, are amazing at giving advice and being positive inspirations in your life. Most likely, if you come to them about a problem whether it is inside or outside of school, they will be there for you. Obviously you don’t want to bombard them with your whole life story when you aren’t super close, but this definitely opens doors to having a friendship and building trust. Once you become friendly, they will have a genuine interest in your life and how you are doing.

Asking about theirs If you aren’t super close with your TC I would personally suggest to keep this limited…until you get to know them better! I know some teachers who rarely share personal stuff ever, some who share personal things when they become more comfortable, and teachers who are super open to their students. It depends on what kind of person your TC is! Regardless, don’t be shy to ask them questions about their life. (ex. “How was your weekend/what did you do this weekend?”, “How is your (pet)?”, “How old are your kids?”)

Food Food is the way to anyone’s heart..idc what you have between your legs, everyone loves food. If you are good at baking or cooking, put that shit to work! I am personally a good baker and teachers (especially my TC) look forward to every holiday because they just KNOW they are getting something. Not good at baking? See how much money you have in that piggy bank. Ask them what their favorite cookies/snacks are. Also, one thing…if your TC is single you might not want to get them a bunch of things. My TC is single and a pretty thin guy…I wouldn’t want to give him too much because the thought of him throwing away things I baked him breaks my heart!

Appreciate Let them know just how much you appreciate them! Whether it be gifts or a handwritten letter, they will be absolutely flattered. Teaching is their job, you know how awesome it would feel to be told how good you are at what you do for a living and how you inspire!?

Birthday If you don’t know them very well, this might be a little odd. My TC’s b-day is in September when the year starts, so when I had him I didn’t even say happy birthday b/c I was scared of him. But by next year I made him his favorite cookies! Going out of your way to get them something for their birthday is so thoughtful. If you know them well enough and you don’t know their birthday…ask!

Online stalking What!? Yep, you read that right. C’mon we have all done it. They never, ever have to know…in fact I would definitely not suggest telling them, but by “stalking” them online you might be able to find some of their interests! Don’t talk about something you would only know by diving into their personal life, but rather if you see they love travel, try to start a conversation about that. I “stalk” my TC’s goodreads all the time, and have read some of his books to start a conversation, and he wouldn’t know the difference because I am a total booknerd and we have a similar taste! Ha!

Be yourself IMPORTANT! Never fake your interests to be closer to your TC. Instead, find things that you both like. Just be yourself, I know a lot of people on here who are absolute sweethearts and are super funny! When someone takes on teaching as a job and they are working with a ton of different types of people, they are going to accept you for whoever you may be. They have had plenty of disrespectful little shits during their career, they will love a nice, caring student like you!

Interest in their subject Again, don’t fake your interests. But if you are passionate about their subject or just simply like it, show that through your work and asking them questions. Don’t like their subject? Don’t worry, I hated math, but look where my TC and I are now. (BFFs) Although, sometimes I would tell silly math jokes that made him laugh!

Stand out Never go out of your comfort zone, but raising your hand and asking questions will make you stand out. I’m not telling you to go to school looking like a lingerie model, but wearing an outfit that makes YOU feel confident will make you stand out! Stand there in your cute outfit, smile, and say “good morning!” The first time I dressed up while I had my TC he legit could not even look at me, so I went in the BR and cried! Recently he told me I “do a good job with my outfits.” Trust me, they’ll notice…and I don’t mean in a creepy way at all.

Compliment I don’t have a feeling anyone is going to say anything to their TC that might make them uncomfortable, so it isn’t even worth mentioning. However, giving them a genuine compliment will make their day! (ex. I like your tie/dress, I love your handwriting, You’re fantastic at your job, I like your hair today/haircut, You have a great smile/laugh).

Sense of humor There are different types of humors..dry, dark, sarcastic, those who get offended over everything. I’m sure throughout their teaching you will have an idea what their sense of humor is. If you have the same humor, you’re in luck. You’ll feel even more comfortable with your TC. Joke around with them, “pick on them,” remember your inside jokes. If you have a different sense of humor, that’s okay. You will still find things to laugh about together. If you get your TC to crack up about something you’ve said, you’ll have a pretty good idea about what else they will find funny. (Ex. my TC is a computer nerd, so I make fun of him for having a computer GF because he always tells me to date this kid who he knows I will never date).

Similar Interests This goes hand in hand with a lot of things I have already mentioned. “Stalk” if you need to, ask them about their interests, tell them about yours and find out if they like what you like. This is worth stating again…don’t fake your interests. Even if you are not very similar to your TC, there WILL be something you all have in common, and do your best to expand on that. (Ex. You both love music: favorite band? What concerts have you been to? You both like TV shows: What is your favorite now? What was your favorite show when you were young? Have you seen (TV show)? I have a feeling you might like it).

DGAF what other people think “Teacher’s pet” “Why do you give things to teachers?” “You bake things for your TEACHERS!? Why don’t I get any?” Ignore them all. Don’t give a fuck what others think. That will just put a hold on your effort to have a friendship. This girl talked shit about my TC, I stood up for him and she asked me several times if I sucked his dick, until my friend and I went off on her, telling her that’s disgusting because that actually happens (illegally I mean). I always ignored her. People still say mean things about my TC and I don’t play along with it anymore because I love him. I just let it go through one ear and out the other. 

I hope this will help many of you out with starting a healthy, great friendship with your teacher crush! If you have questions, feel free to ask, I love you all and I welcome you with big, open arms! Being pretty close with my TC, I wanted to share some important tips. I hope you are able to refer to this. 

Thank you so much to @inspirationtcc @tcdaydreaming @tccquotes @come-at-my-v-doritezz @tcmpossibledream and the two anons for your suggestions/contributions! 

His Laugh

When I hear him laugh, like really laugh, I get this feeling in my stomach that I can’t explain, it’s a mixture of butterflies and warmth and also being hit in the stomach because I know I’m not the source of the beautiful laughter and I know he isn’t mine…

Charles Xavier- “You’re only nineteen.”

@mm277me requested: Okey I want a request about Charles Xavier in x-men apocalyps. Where the reader is 19 and in love with her professor Charles, and he is too? But he is afraid of the age difference and say some harsh things to her, then he finds her crying and admits his real feelings?

Hey! Sorry, we’ve been a bit quiet lately as a whole but we’re finally getting on top of these requests! There’s still quite a few more to go but they are on their way. Also, I really struggled trying to remember a scene from Apocalypse for this imagine to take place in but it gave it a shot.

~Much love, Ive

You bounced on your heels feeling a little awkward. You had to do this. You were just going to walk into his office and tell him how you felt. You lifted a hand to knock on the door, hesitating slightly. Deciding that it was the best thing to do you let your fist give the door two light knocks.

“Come in.” Came Charles’ voice from the other side of the door. You stepped in the office and was greeted with that bright smile of his, he seemed to only do for you. “Oh, Y/N. Everything okay?”

“Yes, I um… I just wanted to talk to you.” You felt yourself chickening out of telling him.

“You can tell me anything.” He urged, offering you a seat. You didn’t take it.

“I’m in love with you.” You blurted out, figuring if you didn’t come straight out with it you’d never say it. For a split second you were sure you saw a smile spread across his face but it disappeared just as quickly.

“Y/N, you’re not in love with me.” He said sternly.

“I think I know how I feel-“ He cut you off.

“No, you’re only nineteen. You’re so young. You don’t love me you love the idea of me, if even.” He lost every little bit of softness about him.

“You… you don’t know how I feel.” You desperately tried to get him to listen to you.

“Y/N, you’re a student. This isn’t appropriate.” He was so close to yelling.

“I’m technically an adult. You’re not even my teacher, you don’t teach any of my classes!” You had no choice but to defend the way you felt.

“Y/N, it doesn’t matter how you feel becasue nothing can happen between us. Do you understand that? You’re a student.” He wheeled himself backwards in his chair. “Yet out of my office.” You turned and walked out of there keeping calm until the minute the door closed.

You pelted down the corridor with tears in your eyes. Blinking them back wasn’t working and the tears streaked down your face. You didn’t know what you thought. You were almost convinced the feelings were reciprocated. He was closer to you than all the other students, if that was really what you were to him. He also was physically closer to you, he didn’t seem to have any idea of personal boundaries when it came to you. The way he smiled at you was unlike anything else. How did he not have some feelings for you? How could he have said those things to you? As you ran down the corridor you could’ve sworn you saw Raven head towards his office but you decided you must have been mistaken. I made my way into my room and cried for much longer than I should have.

There was a knock at my door.

“Just a second.” I called in my shaky voice as I tried to hide any sign that I had been crying. The person on the other side of the door didn’t listen. I heard my door creak open and Charles looked straight at me. “What?”

“Y/N, I’ve just spoken with Raven.” He closed his eyes for a second, so you did see her down the corridor, “Look, there’s some stuff come up. Nothing you need to concern yourself with just yet but it does demand my attention.”

“Where are you going with this?” You blinked back the tears that were forming in your eyes again.

“After what you said to me in my office today, I couldn’t leave thinking that I’d hurt you.”The way he looked at you sent shivers down your spine, “I do love you, Y/N. I couldn’t leave without you knowing that.”

“But… but what did you say all that horrible stuff?” You stammered.

“Because I didn’t want to ruin your life. I’m in a wheelchair for crying out loud.” He laughed a little but there was a seriousness to his voice.

“You couldn’t ruin my life.” You stared right back at him. The tension between the two of you was building, you could feel it and you were positive Charles could feel it too. “You wouldn’t be mad if I kissed you right now, would you?” He didn’t respond with words but with a kiss, “I could leave knowing I never did that.”

“Come back soon and we can make this work.” You said going back in for another kiss.