Do you see Valentine's Day as a day for romance; or an overrated singles awareness day?
Many people enjoy making plans for Valentine's Day with that special someone; many dread the day because they happen to be single; and others simply hate the day regardless of their relationship status. What do you think of Valentine's Day?
I always forget it, because I've never done or been invited to do anything to celebrate the holiday and my single/married friends think it's too commercial. The worst year was when a fiance of the time said that Valentine's Day is just for buying your parents' something. He was just cheap and didn't get them anything, either.
It could be a pleasant holiday, but I was happy to just watch a couple short Valentine-themed comedy shows last night. They were pretty funny!
I think Valentine's Day are meant for single couple ( couple who are not married) only. Those married couples could hardly spark the romance because of kids around them, work and no privacy. If you have a maid or a babysitter who could care for your kids , then you are lucky. In my case and so are most of my friends, Valentine's day means spending time with the whole family at home instead of eating out.
by dayzeebee9 years ago
We're Celebrating Singlehood this Valentine's Day! We're dancing and singing to the rhythm of single blessedness. LOL. Join us now and share with us the joy of being single or being married or engaged or separated...
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
Shall we boycott Valentine's Day?Should romance really be confined to one day in the year! Surely we don't need to be reminded by commerce each year to buy a rose, or a card for our partner? I think a weed...
by alexandriaruthk4 years ago
Are you pressured to have a date on Valentines Day?Just because everyone is into it.
by Wendy Iturrizaga7 years ago
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