Being stuck on an idea is never fun, and certainly never was. It’s that dreary moment when you need to deconstruct the topic further that makes the writing excruciatingly painful sometimes. It’s cunning to see why trolling English topics can sometimes become minimal in its contextual side that even the examiner smirks in pity on us. That’s like asking what “what” is and expecting a 200 worded essay. Surely the examiner will ask a proper question you’d say, but what rings to mind are of intriguing thoughts, debacles of which are interesting to many whom never would have once ever thought of, this is what that makes an essay good. Unfortunately we are forced to comply to a degraded piece of work when the peak of the words needed are supposedly high. Stupefied?
It is of course true that being able to simplify the simplest idea defines that person a genius. But if the topic is one worth defiling, then I would dabble the idea on with delight but since it is not; I’d probably shun.