What if i had a crush on him? Is it still normal to make friend on him?
didnt get you...how wuld you evolve ur crush into love or decide that he is not meant for you unless you form friendship and know him better...
Yes. It's normal. Actually, its better if you start out being friends with your crush, that way you'll trust each other better.
Yes I agree I think its best to start of as friends as really in the end of the day you gonna have the most fullfilling relationship with your best friend it just happens they you'r love aswell : )
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