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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Valentine's Day

Hate Valentine's Day? You're Not Alone
Tuesday, February 14, 2006
By Catherine Donaldson-Evans


It’s Valentine's Day. The holiday of love when sweeties across America celebrate with crimson roses, chocolate hearts, cuddly stuffed animals and candlelit dinners for two.
Nauseating, isn't it?
Though many couples and singles do something special to mark the occasion, almost as many on both sides of the relationship aisle confess to loathing the sugary day of romance and the stress, depression, guilt and disappointment that bubble to the surface when it arrives, maddeningly, year after year.
“I think the holiday is total crap,” said a newly married 27-year-old man from Greenwich, Conn., who asked not to be identified.
Some feel icky about the sappy quality that characterizes Feb. 14. Plenty of Valentine’s Day scrooges despise what they say is the corny, forced sentimentalism of a contrived, overly commercialized holiday.

NOW ARENT WE LUCKY- We singles dont have these type of problems...

3 Comments:

At 3:42 PM, Blogger Leah said...

Zeresh I love it....

 
At 8:43 PM, Blogger BombShelle said...

Feeling the valentine blues.
No worries mate.. check out this web site for prompt help on whom to choose for next year..
http://www.crushcalculator.com/content/love/389567727

 
At 6:16 AM, Blogger Shiri said...

Read about "Valenswine" in New York Post. About the saddest thing in the world. Here is expert: "The night before Valentine's Day, as hush-hush tradition goes, is when every cheater in Manhattan will be out wining and dining his or her other significant other. Call it Valenswine's Day.

You can't take your mistress or boy toy out on the big day itself, for fear of getting busted - but on the 13th, anything goes.

Said to be an old British custom, the practice is alive and well right here in New York.

"When I first started in the business, I said, 'This is very strange; the 13th is so busy,'" recalls Four Seasons restaurant manager Julian Niccolini, who says that night's often even busier than the holiday itself. ..."
from http://www.nypost.com/living/63236.htm

 

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