Welp, it's that time of year again. For some, it's an excuse to be treated to a candlelit dinner, a bouquet of roses, and a romantic night with your significant other while you both whisper sweet nothings to each other. And for the rest, well, it may just be a painful reminder that you're alone for yet another Valentine's Day. So for those of you in the latter group, you have two choices: you can run and hide under your covers with a bottle of wine and sappy romance movies while weeping silently to yourself as to not worry your roommate, OR you can boldly face the world and stand proud and embrace the freedom you have, which I'm sure a majority in the first group are jealous of!
One of my favorite Valentine's Day was spent with a group of girlfriends, where instead of celebrating our love for our better halves, we decided we would celebrate us, and friendship, because Valentine's Day isn't only about romance with a significant other.
For those who choose to take a more traditional approach:
For those with a funny bone:
For those who choose to celebrate in a more "non-traditional" manner:
For those looking to celebrate the friendships in their life:
For those looking who are just looking to get through the week:
(for you HIMYM fans (males especially).. enjoy Desperation Day)
For the solo artists:
For those looking to perhaps drop a hint or two:
For those who choose to not celebrate at all:
However you spend your Valentine's Day, remember that the person that is most deserving of love is YOU! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
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PS- In case of you are in need of a little holiday pick me up, here are a few jokes that hopefully will put a smile on your face:
What do farmers give their wives on Valentine's Day? Hog and kisses!
What did the paper clip say to the magnet? I find you very attractive.
What did the light bulb say to the switch? "You turn me on."
What's the best part about Valentine’s Day? The day after when all the chocolate goes on sale.