What does it mean when teenagers say "i love you" to eachother, or when they tell their friends that they're so in love with so-and-so? It's not true, forever and always love, not yet, but teenage love does exist. What is it, exactly, though?
Teenage love is falling in love at a young age, possibly for the first time but not the last.
Teenage love is thinking about someone and no one else in your spare time, and fantasizing about what "should have been".
Teenage love is sometimes saying "i love you" not because you mean it, but because you know its what you should say.
Teenage love is kissing in the rain.
Teenage love is screaming, fighting, and crying and walking out the door, then calling eachother a few minutes later and saying you're sorry.
Teenage love is either being overjoyed and happy on valentine's day or completely miserable.
Teenage love is loving someone and not being able to stop loving them, no matter how many times they hurt you.
Teenage love is saying forever, and wanting it to be true, but knowing it won't be. It can't be.
Teenage love is getting nervous when you pass them in the hall at school or walk by their locker.
Teenage love is smiling at someone just because.
Teenage love is listening to a Taylor Swift song and smiling because it's so true.
Teenage love is being totally, completely, and magically in love with someone, but not really knowing what that means yet.