Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day?
With 14th February almost upon us, shops are bursting with heart shaped goodies and cards, romantic CD’s are being promoted on the television so there is no excuse to forget; the pressure is on to make a romantic gesture on Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day can be such a mixed bag for many. It is difficult to avoid this time honoured tradition, but how do you mark Valentine’s Day? Is it a day you look forward to or a day you dread or do you simply ignore it? Do you spoil the love of your life or feel it’s commercialised and over rated or just for the youngsters?
The day not only highlights what you have in love but what you don’t have or have lost in love too. What are your views?
Do you celebrate Valentine's Day?
399 people have already voted, what's your opinion?
What are your views?
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