2. My teen crush had eyes so dark you could get lost in them, skin so smooth I envied him and a name that meant something about a breeze over the mountain tops, which instantly made me think of him blowing erotically on a woman's breasts (er, hadn't had any sexual encounters at this point, I didn't know!) I went to see the Matrix three times and it wasn't for Keanu's top notch acting. Swoon. Squeamish Nicola
3. Allison Hannigan will always have a special place in my heart. Or more precisely Willow will. I think she's the only woman I've ever had a poster of on my wall. Gareth
4. From the ages of 16 through to about 19, I had a...let's call it a healthy interest in Placebo. I loved everything about the band and followed them around 5 countries to watch dozens of their shows. But as much as I loved the music there was also another draw in the shape of androgynous sex dwarf Brian Molko. The outfits, the voice, the prancing around in skin-tight clothes and feather boas. Be still my beating heart.
Over time my crush lessened and faded. But I still avoid up to date photos - Molko will be forever young in a corner of my heart - and have still got a fondness for men in eyeliner. Squeamish Louise
5. I recall a report on Take That's fans on Newsround when I was 6. "I'm far too young for all that" I thought, "plus my parents would never approve of posters in my room" being rather a self-policing child thanks to a diligent older sister. When I met a TT super-fan I felt sorry for her, I also thought she was silly because she claimed her love for Mark Owen was soooo real it hurt. I know one thing about love, it's fun and it doesn't hurt (two things about love). I was never a boyband girl. I once saw Boyzone at Wembley and was underwhelmed. My teen crush wasn't co-ordinated but he used logic like a laser. Yes, Jonathan Creek, a scruffy boy-man living in a windmill with mussed up hair floated my teen boat.Squeamish Kate