25 Things That People Romanticize Way Too Much

There are things that people romanticize way too much. Some of these romanticized things are SUPER obvious (we’re looking at you Eiffel Tower!). However, other items may not be so obvious. On today’s video, we’re going to show you some of the most “romantic” items in the world…thanks to hopeless romantics everywhere. These are 25 things that people romanticize way too much.

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20

Jealousy

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It doesn’t prove your love; it destroys your relationship.

19

Pirates

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They were quite literally the terrorists of their day. Imagine having a terrorist ride at Disney World…


18

Depression

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Staring out the window into the rain doesn’t make you “attractive,” “edgy,” or “cool.” And it definitely doesn’t make you Batman. Depression is terrible, and romanticizing it downplays the real effects it has on people.

17

The past

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No, life wasn’t better 200 years ago, or 50 years ago, or even 10 years ago. The number of advances society has made almost every year are astounding. We live in the safest, most advanced, and most comfortable era of human history.


16

Stalking

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It’s definitely not cute.

Note: being patient with regards to a potential love interest is very different from active pursuit. Furthermore, active pursuit isn’t necessarily a bad thing either, but there is definitely a line between pursuing somebody and stalking somebody.

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