When we have a crush on someone, we should become the best versions of ourselves in order to win them over, right??! WRONG. In reality, there's something about being deeply infatuated that transforms most of us into inhumanly awkward and inept lunatics. This is especially true during the awkward pre-pubescent and teenaged years, but many of us are prone to awkward and bizarre behavior around our crushes well into adulthood. It's almost like our brains want us to be alone forever?!
In various Reddit threads, women answer the questions: "what's the weirdest thing you've said or done to someone you had a crush on?" and "what's the lamest thing you ever did to get a crush to notice you?"
When I was about 14, this cute boy at my school was only wearing band tshirts, and one he wore a lot was a Nirvana one.
So I started to listen to Nirvana (I had no idea who they were...), and every time he would pass me by, I would hum one of their songs. I guess I hoped he would recognise my beautiful singing and be like "omg you like nirvana?? Me too!! Wanna be my gf?"