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Rated: E · Short Story · Young Adult · #2157929
A real look at some teens worlds. A small monologue from a character, no story yet.
Love doesn’t exist. Now. In the 21st century, it doesn’t. There are more parents divorced than even say their partner’s name. It doesn’t show us how to be in love, us young people, the next generation doesn’t know how and what love is. Cheaters, flings, that is what, at the moment I think guys are. All they want is sex. No relationship just a girl with a perfect body and no emotional attachment. Perfect for a slam and dump. I know I’m cynical but when have I ever been taught right; all I feel when looking at my families partners I get lonely.

I feel so presumed to look the same way that the other girls in school do, high skirts, high heels, and high horses. But that’s not me, I’m a tomboy who reads about murderers and kidnappings. I sit at my desk most nights playing video games. Watching crime programmes and commanding sims to do what I want to do in real life. Seeing sims fall in love within minutes of knowing each other makes me laugh and cry at the same time I wish it was so simple.
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