GCSE English Speaking: Rants on love?

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Okay, so basically we have to do this speaking assessment/presentation about something you dislike and want to rant about. Haha, so being 'true' to myself, I decided that I want to rant on love. Yes that's a pretty weird subject to rant about, but I feel like this will give me an advantage since I'm not faking what I'm saying. Literally this would be a dream come true since me and my friends always joke about how I'm a 'lovephobia' person XD

I just wanted to check if this is a suitable subject since I want to make my rant quite funny, like add some jokes such as 'keep it in your pants' or 'get a room'. I also need some ideas? I mean I've got some but I feel like they're kinda inappropriate haha. But here are some that I've at least thought of to talk about:

Third wheeling
valentines day
Facebook relationship status
Courting people
Not in front of children (this is probably my favourite one)

Not only do I just need subjects to talk about, I need some ideas on how to present stuff, like I want to be serious but add some jokes in if you get what I mean? I need to include some emotive language and persuasive stuff and would you mind giving me some examples?
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(Original post by KatKoh)
Okay, so basically we have to do this speaking assessment/presentation about something you dislike and want to rant about. Haha, so being 'true' to myself, I decided that I want to rant on love. Yes that's a pretty weird subject to rant about, but I feel like this will give me an advantage since I'm not faking what I'm saying. Literally this would be a dream come true since me and my friends always joke about how I'm a 'lovephobia' person XD

I just wanted to check if this is a suitable subject since I want to make my rant quite funny, like add some jokes such as 'keep it in your pants' or 'get a room'. I also need some ideas? I mean I've got some but I feel like they're kinda inappropriate haha. But here are some that I've at least thought of to talk about:

Third wheeling
valentines day
Facebook relationship status
Courting people
Not in front of children (this is probably my favourite one)

Not only do I just need subjects to talk about, I need some ideas on how to present stuff, like I want to be serious but add some jokes in if you get what I mean? I need to include some emotive language and persuasive stuff and would you mind giving me some examples?
I think those would be good things to talk about, but you should keep it quite lighthearted - if you want to add jokes in then you don't want the rest of it to be too serious If you go completely over the top and are very ranty about it in a 'serious' way then people will also find that funny too though
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