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Taste of Love

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Love can come in all forms, and form of love particularly favored by students at BYU-Hawaii is food. Some students explained why they have called a particular food their “food valentine” for this upcoming holiday.Sarah Bodily, a senior majoring in business management from Idaho, said that her love is quesadillas. Bodily explained, “I love cheese, because it is so hot in your mouth.” Bodily also said that she eats quesadillas as often as two or three times a day. Kelsie Gordon, a junior majoring in biology from Washington, however, prefers a more complex food. “I like pizza because it’s perfect, easy to make, and delicious. I have pizza at least twice a week.” Gordon also said that she often makes her own homemade pizza the way she likes it. Other students prefer more sweet options. “I love chocolate,” said Haley Johnson, a junior majoring in history from Utah, “because it is sweet and I really like sweet things.” Johnson explained that “the best possible outcome would be a boy with chocolate.” Johnson added that this way she can have the best of both worlds. Although these few students have found their food valentine for this upcoming holiday, they still said they would prefer a real valentine over food any day. Bodily has a few different ideas for this situation. She states, “I would not choose food over love because quesadillas are just too cheesy.” She goes on to say, “A boy with a ring and a quesadilla is ideal.” Gordon agreed with Bodily, saying, “there are more possibilities in life with real love.”Uploaded Feb. 13, 2015.
Writer: Alyssa Troyanek