MY FIRST CRUSH CRUSHED DEEP DOWN

Mistakes are inevitable. But funny mistakes are the gems of our imperfect human life.”  — Chiradeep Patra 😉

We were promoted to 6th standard. There was a beautiful girl who failed in class 6th that year who became our classmate. She was feeling sad to be with us, her juniors but she was a very happy going girl.

And Lo and behold I had a crush on that girl big time… 🙂

I used to stare at her every now and then. I used to admire her every time she used to giggle… “Mmmmm… she was adorable…” I used to think. I used to dream beautiful flowery dreams concerning her. It wasn’t at sleep… But just day dreaming… 😉

It was a taboo among friends if a guy would talk to a girl alone then… It would have termed as there’s something between them… So I had never really dared to talk to her directly. We had talks only in groups along with other guys and girls and that to regarding school matters only.

But every time I felt her or saw her around my heart fluttered… And something happened once which was terribly embarrassing for me but had always brought me a glee on my face whenever I think about it. I am gonna describe that now…

It was a Hindi literature class. The teacher was talking about a story titled, Gudda aur Guddi ki Shaadi (Marriage of a male puppet with female puppet). As usual it was superb boring class… the story was rubbish with difficult Hindi grammar descriptions… But my mind was on the word SHAADI and I was dreaming… again day dreaming in the class. The class was over.

I was sitting beside a notorious friend then. He is the quietest one now, though. And I was blabbering something which he overheard. I blabbered, ‘Chiradeep aur Reena ki Shaadi’.

Yeah yeah, the name is fictitious… But that’s not important here now… What’s important is my status… It was at stake after the naughty friend started screaming in delight sharing what I uttered by mistake… I was out of my mind… and I pleaded him that it was just a mistake… it just came out… It was not true… But all my attempts were in vain… 🙂

My face was reddened, blushing. I was ashamed of my stupid tongue. I was cursing myself literally. And what really made me worried that time was my aunt… She was a teacher in that school and was my local guardian… in fact, she was everything to me. If she would come to know then the hammering and scolding would be of the highest level. All the teachers in the common room would come to know… They would scold me as well and laugh at me… What if the girl comes to know about it…? I perspired… perspired thinking all these…

Finally, there was one good guy, who pleaded the naughtiest to stop spreading what Chiradeep uttered by mistake. Somehow, he listened. And things calmed down for me in the classroom and in my heart. 😉

Lesson learned big time: Taming your tongue is of utmost value while you navigate your emotion in the right direction.

Next few days after the incident I was very careful about my behavior in the classroom among my friends. I didn’t even look at her. I literally avoided her. I went the other way when I found her coming towards me or close to me. But it is true that I fantasized her for quite a long time. I knew nobody can see what I was thinking in my mind… Lol! 

Later, Reena left the school after two years when she failed again and we went ahead of her. I don’t know whether she ever came to know about what I said that day but it’s true that she was my first ever crush which finally crushed miserably.  

This mistake of mine is a very precious one for me… I cherish it in my heart always because it makes me smile whenever I think about the whole CRUSHED saga. 

Please don’t mock me!!! 

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30 Comments Add yours

  1. Sakhi says:

    ROFL ! So cute and so adorable is the infatuation of the tender age. A beautiful tale, a funny one as well. It happens when we are still innocent and our emotions are unguarded and our tongue is unbridled. Even I was such a daydreamer and became laughing stock often. Teachers kids have it hardest, though. But where is that girl now ? I hope she passed the next class, poor girl. Thank you for giving my dose of laughter for today C.P. And yes, the lesson in there is very important. Think twice before you speak.

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    1. Chiradeep says:

      Day dreaming was my favorite hobby. I was restricted from all physical strain and all so what left for me to do was “DAY DREAMING”. Who can restrict me from doing that…?

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      1. Sakhi says:

        They say mind travels at fastest speed. No one can stop or control our thought process. We are free to think, freedom of thought is a weapon which is best in the hands of people like you who can turn it into words that impact. 😊 On a lighter note, khayali pulao Maine bhi bade pakaye hain, they have their own charm.

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      2. Chiradeep says:

        Share it sometime with me …

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  2. How cute, your story reminded me of my crush in college. There is something magical about those memories, isn’t it?

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    1. Chiradeep says:

      College han???😂😂😂
      College one will be definitely magical Kalpana…😂😂😂…
      Yes, you are right… that’s why I mentioned in my conclusion that how precious is that memory for me.

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      1. So true, can’t get over it. It is still tucked down in one corner of heart 🙂

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      2. Chiradeep says:

        Share it some time… would love to hear… 😂😂😂

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      3. Not here but may be on whatsapp 🙂

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      4. Chiradeep says:

        Of course that’s what I meant… 😂

        Like

  3. NGonzalez65 says:

    Awww….made me think of my first serious crush when I was in 6th grade. 🙂 It was back in 1977 and long hair for guys was becoming the norm. That is what I noticed first about him. 😉

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    1. Chiradeep says:

      Same in the sixth grade???? Wow!!! That’s such a great similarity.

      Like

      1. NGonzalez65 says:

        Something about that age in ones life I suppose. 😉

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  4. Payal! says:

    Uncle , this article of yours reminds me of the song “pehla Nasha, Pehla khuma”, i can imagine u as Amir khan, dancing around and hanging on the tree , singing this song . Haha! 😂

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    1. Chiradeep says:

      Yeah yeah… Nasha tho uttar gaya immediately after I uttered the words which not supposed to be published…

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      1. Payal! says:

        Hahah! “funny mistake” 😂

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      2. Chiradeep says:

        Yeah true. If I would not have uttered then this story would not have published here also. So good I uttered.

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  5. Payal! says:

    So true! God has a reason behind everythng!

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    1. Chiradeep says:

      True but not of this type though… 😂😂😂

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  6. Payal! says:

    Hahahha 😂

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  7. DewDandelion says:

    Such a cute story, LOL I can imagine how nervous you might have felt. It reminded of an incident that happened to me in my 7th class. I called the most beautiful girl in my class as sister only cause she was one year elder to me, and later I regretted it when I learned she had a silent crush on me. But she helped me a lot, whenever I used to bunk or during vacations she used to write my notes and do my assignments. Ha my school days are totally memorable.

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    1. Chiradeep says:

      You wasted this on a comment Sri. Should have used it as a story. But thanks for that share.

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      1. DewDandelion says:

        I can still use it as a story boss.

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  8. Simran Mundi says:

    Can I simply say what a relief to find somebody who truly is aware of what theyre talking about on the internet. You certainly know the strategy to bring an concern to mild and make it crucial. Extra folks need to read this and perceive this aspect with the story. I cant consider youre not more popular since you positively have the gift.

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    1. Chiradeep says:

      THANKS a lot for reading and commenting. I appreciate.

      Like

  9. No one will and should mock you Chiradeep, because these things happen to everyone. Everyone goes through a phase when the crush isn’t reciprocated. But you said it yourself, you learnt something out of it. That’s what matters. A really sweet story 😊

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    1. Chiradeep says:

      Thanks Pradita. That’s such a sweet comment. Thanks a lot for understanding​ a teens dilemma😂

      Liked by 1 person

      1. You’re most welcome Chiradeep 🙂

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  10. dishwaryamil says:

    Funny and cute. You might like to read two of my stories published on my blog.


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    1. Chiradeep says:

      Thanks for stopping by and reading.

      Liked by 1 person

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