Product Review: Love (Valentine’s Day Edition)


Roses are red, violets are blue, is love the perfect product for you?

Sean Cunningham, Staff Writer

From the innocent meeting of the schoolboy and schoolgirl to the chiming of wedding bells, you can hear this emotion everywhere. Yes, Yes, Love is in the air nowadays-but is love really worth your time, energy, and money?

First off, Love will most certainly be a life-changing product for any that are able to get their hands on it. The cost can vary, depending on both the frugality of your partner and of yourself. However, the result can be incredible for those of us who are lucky enough to get a good, quality deal. However, most of us will go through our young lives sifting through busted and dysfunctional versions of the product, utterly desperate to find that one solid model. Trust me, I have already run through three faulty editions of Love, and I’m not even legally an adult yet! The trouble with investing in this product is that you never know what you are going to get until you have it. There is no telling whether the latest and shiniest version will fall apart in months or if it will endure the test of time and become substantial. I see this product as a great gamble that we put upon ourselves due to the socially and emotionally driven nature of our human minds. For every gem, there are at least 100 duds, but for some reason we almost all stick our hand into the box and give it a go anyways. Overall, I would recommend the product, but with a blatant warning sign plastered upon it. The sign would read: “ATTENTION. THIS PRODUCT IS BY NO MEANS A GUARANTEE OF HAPPINESS AND IS NOT BONDED TO THE CONSUMER WHATSOEVER. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ERRORS IN FUNCTION OR SUDDEN REVOKEMENTS OF PRESENCE, THAT’S JUST HOW LOVE GOES.”