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Mark Jommel V. Mago BSIT 1B English Time to change
This is a story of man who falls in love to a girl who made him change his life.
His name is Kram; he is a t.d.h guy or a tall, dark and handsome guy. Although he got the looks and the charm. The girl she loves the most whose name is Kitty doesn’t like him.
They are at the same section in high school years. Kram is arrogant, selfish and a bully sometimes. He likes when someone is being bullied, he likes when someone gets hurt, and he is an attention seeker. In his childhood days Kram didn’t get the attention that he needed in his parents and maybe that’s the reason why he became a tyrant person.
But when she met Kitty, his heart suddenly stop for a moment, it feels his heart is was full of love that day. Is this love at first sight he said? But how can a guy like him felt that emotion he wonders. He just got attracted by her and Kram wants to get closer to her.
So one day Kram introduce himself to Kitty in a charming way, but she just ignores him. That’s the first time that a girls ignored Kram and worst they are in front of their classmates. Kram feels being challenged that day. He barely said to himself “ha. I like that attitude it seems that she is interesting and hard to get.”
After that Kram never stop to catch the attention of Kitty. He always sits close to her and sometimes he sit next to her so that he can talk and try to know Kitty more. As days goes by Kitty started to talk to Kram and she said “You know Kram if you just change your attitude
Mark Jommel V. Mago BSIT 1B English
I think we can be friends.” and Kram suddenly realize that Kitty was right, maybe I should change my attitude so that no one will be disgust by me.
Kram started to change his traits and attitude, he stops bullying his weak classmates, he became more responsible for what he does, and he matures in a good way. He studies hard so that Kitty can see that he is changing. Kram notice that it’s not too late for him to change and for Kitty she feels happy for what is happening to Kram.
One day Kram asked Kitty if she could be his girlfriend, Kram is very serious the way he spoke the words, he said that because of Kitty he changed into a better person. Kram is very thankful that she met Kitty and now he wants to prove how much he loves her. Kitty was shocked that day and left speechless.
She also loves Kram, she thinks that Kram is a totally changed person now compared to the Kram she met before, that is arrogant, selfish and a bully person. Then Kitty hugged him and said yes I will. The two was so very happy and Kram carries Kitty and turns her around. Now Kram and Kitty were still together and their relationship is still as sweet as the first day that Kitty said yes to Kram.
It is a proof that love can change a person to a better one; it can make the person the happiest person in the world while he/she is at his/her side. It is the feeling one could never live without.…...

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