Millions of people across the country will be buying flowers, chocolates and champagne in time for Valentine's Day this week.
Restaurants will be full as couples get romantic over candlelight while the unhappily single people mutter bitterly over a TV dinner. What's it all for?
Is it a meaningless avenue to sell greetings cards or a much-needed reminder to focus on the people who matter to us most?
Alot of statuses on FB (especially from girls) are really bitter, do they genuinely feel this way towards Valentines Day or are they just depressed and upset because they have noone to share the day with lol?????
Question: Is it romantic to give your partner a gift and some thoughtful words or is the gesture devalued by the fact that everyone else is doing it too?
By the way, you don’t have to have a lover to celebrate valentines day. It’s enough that you have people you love in your life. You don’t have to be IN love so that you can celebrate valentines. YOu just have to have love.