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What’s A Valentine’s Day?

blame it on Meka February 14, 2011

Can it be that it was all so simple…

Had about enough of all this Valentine’s jibba jabba? Me too, so head on over to both Complex and TheWellVersed for their own respective views on “love, peace and nappiness.”

On any holiday, shopping for your wife can be stressful, but Valentine’s Day can feel like more pressure. This holiday is all about love and romance, so your present should reflect that. Your present for her ought to convey how much you value her, regardless of whether you have been married for more than 30 years. Don’t have the foggiest idea where to start? There are a few things to keep in mind, the most important of which is that shopping is an art. There is a very fine line between giving a generic, cheesy gift and one that is thoughtfully personalized.

However this gathering highlights the proven gifts (read, roses and chocolate), it likewise makes it a stride further, so you can truly wow her this year. Yet, don’t think you want to burn through every last dollar. From reasonable to lavish, there is something for each V-Day customer, regardless of your financial plan or on the other hand on the off chance that it’s a last-minute undertaking. Although those in relationships are less likely to say they want nothing for Valentine’s Day (14% vs. 18% overall), it appears that a person’s relationship status has little effect on what they want for the holiday. 10% of women in relationships, compared to 15% of women overall, say they don’t want anything. Also, men in relationships are less likely than men in general to say they don’t want anything (17 percent versus 21 percent).

A card, a nice dinner out, or flowers are the most popular Valentine’s Day gifts among women in relationships (38 percent), A card (31%), a nice dinner out (27%), and sexual favors like a getting one of the best vibrating panties picks (26%) top the list for men in relationships.

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