by ~LisaNicolexx, Oct 10, 2011, 7:04:30 PM
Literature / Prose / Non-Fiction / Academic Essays
There are many things in this world that I just cannot believe. The very first thing on that list is the number of poor, cynical beings who don't believe in something that is crucial to our survival. Some people actually don't believe in love! What's even worse are the people who don't believe in the idea of teen love, or love at first sight. Love is everywhere! Love is all around us! Every day, girls are finding their prince charming, or knight in shining armor. Everywhere you look, in stories, and in movies, there is love. The facts are right under our noses, and some people just cannot see them. Love, especially teen love, should be considered the most genuine type of love out there.
I mean, think of it – High school is where it counts! You're stuck in the next best thing from jail for six hours a day: what better way to kill time than to scope out the cute boys and girls? Who cares about science class unless we're learning about the chemistry of love? THAT'S what we should be learning: How to get the girl/boy 101, the basics of attraction with Mr. Brown. It's the only crucially important thing in this life.
And in English class – Who cares about all those boys trapped on an island? BORING! We should read love stories: books that show us the value of love and relationships. As Mrs. Stephenie Meyer proves in her wonderful novel, Twilight, a relationship is crucially important for our survival. The protagonist, Bella Swan, was depressed for months after her man left her. This novel obviously teaches us important values. She ignored her friends and family and became a zombie when her boyfriend broke up with her. That's why relationships are important, boys and girls. Oh, and the only work of Shakespeare that we really should study in class is Romeo and Juliet. Greatest love story of all time! Love at first sight, and...