Everyone has had to do it, but I don't think there are very many people who actually enjoy dissecting frogs in science class.

I've already had to dissect a frog once in my life, and personally I thought that was enough experience. Obviously, I was wrong.

I am taking the last science class of my life this summer (YAY!). I was really looking forward to this being a pretty basic class without any labs that are too excruciating. And then I got the syllabus...

The fourth day of class is the day we dissect frogs. I literally cringed a little when I found out. I don't even get the whole semester to prepare myself for having to cut open a cute little frog!

As a public relations major, I really don't see the need for me to understand the anatomy of a frog, but I guess at this point I don't have much of a say. If I want to graduate, I have to pass this class, even if it includes dissecting a frog.

I think this alternative would be much more fun!