Friday, 12 December 2008
10:41:37 PM (GMT)
Why are teenage romances written? To occupy the mind of teenage girls who need that
kind of thing to believe that they will fnd their "soul mate". But is that truly a
good way to go about life? To fill yourself with tales about unrealistic fantasies?
Listen, and listen good: Love does not exist in middle and high school. Romance,
well, that's debatable. And there's plenty of drama. But is love really a part of it?
And let me clear something up: there is no suck thing as "love at first sight" or
falling in love". Love is a choice you make. "Falling in love" is just the simple
urge to learn more about a person, an infatuation that may lead to love.
And no, I'm not writing this because I'm "some teenage brat who's complaining about
being dumped". No, I'm just stating my opinion. In fact, I think dating at my age is
pointless. Unnecesary drama? No thank-you. I get enough from my friends who think
they're in love with a guy (one of them thinks that she loves 2 guys, ugh).
Feel free to bite my head off, or flame me. I don't really care. It just shows that
you have never heard of Freedom of Speech.
So, answer these questions if you will:
1. What is "falling in love", and do you believe in it?
2. Do you think you can "fall in love" with someone when you're still a pre-teen or