We asked drunk people at Leadmill what love is
‘One Direction and chicken nuggets’
For most people, Valentine’s Day is just another day to remind you that except from that one person you spoke to on Tinder a week ago, you are probably destined to be alone.
This was no exception for the hundreds of people at the Leadmill Silent Disco, who wouldn’t admit it, but they’d much rather be at home watching Fifty Shades and crying into their ice cream tubs.
So, what could go wrong by asking them what this whole ‘love’ business really means?
Charlotte, Geography, Second Year
Well, you like each other and a bit more?
Olivia, English Literature, Second Year
Wanting to stab someone but you don’t want them to be dead so you don’t
Jordan, Psychology, Second Year
Oh bloody hell, to feel happy with someone
Abbie, Journalism, First Year
Love is OH FUCKING HELL! That is love
Niall, History and Politics, First Year
What is love? Baby don’t hurt me
Eleanor, Sociology, Second Year
When you’re texting at 3am saying are you up and they say yes because they actually want to see you and not because they want to have sex
Tom, Film and Media Studies, First Year
Love is a chemical reaction in the brain that keeps two humans together so that they can perform their Darwinian purpose of reproduction (it also gets you chocolates)
Sophie, Psychology, Second Year
Embarrassing yourself when you’re drunk and falling in love with everyone you meet
Rebecca, Geography, Second Year
One Direction and chicken nuggets