Glass\ Of\ Soda

Someone on whom you have a celebrity-like crush. May involve stalking and gushing about them constantly, or having stars in ones eyes while talking about them or drooling excessively in their presence. Originated on the message board of Life's So Rad (http://www.radcomics.com)

She talks about Jack all the time, he's her Glass of Soda.


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