In searching for my high school diploma (for culinary school) I came across several things that made me giggle. Like, for instance, 2 letters I saved from boys I liked, who also liked me. Keep in mind, it was Junior High...and spelling errors were not fixed...
1: TJ, a cute boy who, looking back, was probably balding, even in 7th grade. We liked each other on and off, but he moved away before high school.
As you know, I like you. I was wondering if you would ever go out with me. Please tell me at the end of science.
Horny Korny Peverted
PS. I'll (Heart) you always
First of all, I remember him giving this to me. In a suicidal-like mission, he chucked this letter between our open classrooms from his desk (in the back row on the left) to my desk (in the back rown on the right) Miraculously, he did not get caught and I think this is what ultimately made me say yes. He was a risk taker. And what girl wouldn't like a "Horny Korny Perverted Pal"?
2. Todd: This boy was one that liked me from 6th grade until probably... yesterday. I liked him on and off too. If I didn't have a boyfriend all through high school, I'm sure he would have been it.
Will you go out with me? I have liked you for a while. I hope that the answer is "yes"! I might not act like it all the time, but I do. The reason I always hang up on you is because I am restricted from the phone. I'm not a mama's boy but...well, I got to go.
I (Heart) U!
Ps. Write back and give to Karen or Tiffany. Please don't call, no offense. Or drop off in my locker, 367, 6-23-8
The funniest part of this letter is not the Mama's boy comment, or even the "Please don't call, no offense", but the fact that it is written in my cousin Tiffany's writing.
WTF Todd? You can't write your own love letter? And why did I have to give it to Karen or Tiffany and not you?? Besides, they were MY friends.
Of course, I said yes, though I don't remember how I responded...