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    Once I bought an extravagant present for a friend of mine for valentines day and she told her husband that she didn't know whio it was off... perhaps an admirer... and he had completely forgot about the day and sooo told them that the present was from him!!! LOLOLOL I had soooo much fun winding him up about it!

    Another time I sent a V-day card to someone and wrote a love letter to them.. I went on hols and completely forgot about it... looks like my letter was REALLY freaky as he had told everyone that he had a stalker by the time I got back.. When I told him that it was me evenutally he asked if I would not tell everyone because I liked the diea of having a stalker and had spent such a long time hyping the whole thing up! there are a few more will indulge you when I get back as I have to shoot off right now!!!

    HAHAHA As I say I love Valentines
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    Luv your sense of humor.

    I'll peek in later for the rest.

    Valentine's Day? When I was a kid I used to get all sad for the kids who didn't get very many in their school box. Totally tortured me.
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    I think when you're in love and you relish in your love often, V-day is just another day for the two of you... but when you're not in love, it's an opportunity to maybe spark/reignite the fire between you two, or to simply show appreciation for each other. I've never felt lonely on V-day, whether I had someone or not. I realize it's a day for lovers and I can appreciate that.

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    What do you do when you're "talking" and interested in someone but not technically "dating"? Also, when this person is a few hours away in distance?
    Write her a heartfelt letter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheekyIrishTinker View Post
    ...once you start to do anything for your other half on that day it's almost like you can't not do it the following year because you risk the other one reading too much into it - what does it mean, why didn't he/she, don't they love me/fancy me anymore - but if they keep doing it then it's just become a contrived obligatory 'must-do' than a want to gesture which I think just takes the whole fun out of it right??
    I think this is the problem I'm having with the holiday. I would seriously love to jump to next week this time and skip over the whole thing. Part of me is seriously hoping he ignores it entirely.. and the other part is telling me that we've been together long enough that I know I'll be irritated if he does. Obviously, he can't win either way it goes...

    But anything will be better than last years VD when I spent half the morning pestering my nurse to find a doctor qualified to discharge me, then spent the afternoon on the couch zonked out on Percocet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    They had this thing at my old school where you could order a rose to be sent to anyone anonymously (or not) at the start of class on valentines.

    I just felt sorry for the girls getting nothing while the pretty popular ones were showing off their 10-20 roses.
    I would probably order one for each ugly girl.
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    V-Day isn't over yet?!

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    Happy Valentine to my berfhrer ! Always in my
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Valentines day is a lonely day.

    (But actually, every holiday is).
    The above statement is true. Valentines day is the worst because all your friends are out with their "friends"... oh well....just another day. That SUCKS it's on a Saturday?! Well, I guess I know where I'll be, right here!

    I don't like the red/pink colors everywhere either!
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    I'll be in a hostal/hotel in NZ, so I doubt I'll notice it this year!

    Previous couple of years I haven't been terribly lonely, and it hasn't bothered me a whole lot that I was single.

    (Probably because on the few V-day occasions in my life that I HAVE had a boyfriend, they haven't been very good anyway. Just the nature of the day itself brings out very interesting dynamics, or lack of dynamics - and in my case brought to the surface that the relationships were not terribly wonderful!! haha. So I've actually had worse v-days whilst in a relationship than when not in one.)
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    I don't really understand not liking Valentine's Day. It doesn't have to be about romance. It can be whatever you want it to be. I have used it as a day for expressing to other people that I appreciate them. I have done stuff like bring cupcakes to work, or give valentines to everybody I know (emailed and paper). If there's nobody to give me anything, I buy it for myself. This year I ordered myself a gorgeous bouquet of pastel flowers, can't wait till it's delivered.

    No pity parties! Everybody UP and spread the love. Do a little something sweet. Random acts of kindness, etc. Shine your light. Whether you feel like it or not, just do it. You will feel better. Smile at people and say "Happy Valentine's Day!" Be Cupid's ambassador.

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