Question Tuesday – A Funny Take on Valentine’s Day

 

Hey guys! What’s up bloggers! Yes, it’s February 14th and needless to say today is Valentine’s Day.

Love is in the air! The one thing I love about Valentine’s Day is that it’s not only a day to celebrate your love with your significant other, children, and family but also to yourself.

Q: So, what’s your plans to celebrate this special day? 

A:  I’m going to stay away from restaurant (not because it $100 and it includes a rose and a complimentary Champagne toast!) but because I feel ain’t right to seeing table after table filled by other struggling couples who haven’t been out for a nice meal since the last Valentine’s Day.

Q: What’s your advice for single people on Valentine’s Day?

A: It’s been said that no one will ever love you until you learn to truly love yourself. And the best way to learn something is to teach it, so get out there and teach someone to love you! Then you will love yourself and they will love you, too, because you love yourself now that you’ve taught them to love you. Make sense?

Q: What’s the fun thing you do with your Valentine? And/or how will you celebrate Valentine’s day? Comment below if you’re alone or attached.

So, hun could we just stay home and get drunk!

Happy Valentine’s Day! 

Sharon xoxo 

 

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27 comments

  1. Anosa says:

    I also prefer staying at home during Valentine’s day too! I find it more romantic than going out and seeing many people. I feel it as commercialized when we go out.

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  2. llindaxxo says:

    Very interesting take on Vday! Mine was filled with sickness and work😷 nothing exciting, lol.

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  3. Shaheen Khan says:

    I don’t actually celebrate Valentine’s day. I want all 365 days to be a celebration of life and love. The ups n downs, the sweet, the sour; all part n parcel of our beautiful relationships. Sweet post you got here:)

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  4. This is great, a true love will celebrate valentines day with you all year ! I agree completely on the staying in and enjoying a nice night in the comfort of your own home.

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  5. Ana De-Jesus says:

    It was Ru Paul who said ‘if you can’t love yourself’ how the hell you gonna love anybody else and the saying is true. Learning to love yourself is lives greatest gift xx

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  6. Mihaela Echols says:

    I bought my husband a skillet and we made breakfast for dinner and he got us a pet bunny! For singles it’s still a day for you as well. I would txt friends and family that I live them. I still do this. Valentine’s day is for everyone not just couples.

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  7. I think it’s cool that you stayed home to celebrate in private. I generally like staying in too, when I’m with someone. This year, I was single and loving every second of it.

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  8. maria criselda maquiing says:

    I just ate cake on valentines day because eating out is such a hassle especially on a work day. But the cake was worth it =) as for the single ladies out there, enjoy being single. it doesn’t last long and when it’s over, it is over. so have fun while you can

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  9. Elizabeth O. says:

    I don’t really mind spending Valentine’s day alone or with the person I love. These are fun questions and answers though!

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  10. I stayed all day and worked, lol! I think Valentine’s is overrated and it would be better to spend it at home. I enjoyed reading your Q&A’s!

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  11. Krysten says:

    I completely agree that you need to love yourself to be loved and to love others. I worked Valentine’s Day, I’m a chef, so I am that sucker that gets to cook for all of the people who don’t celebrate any other day than Valentine’s Day.

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  12. Perla says:

    Staying home, eating well, chocolate, watching movies, chatting. That was my Valentine’s this year.

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  13. I hope you enjoyed the day. We don’t really celebrate it for each other any more, but do get a kick out of watching my youngest enjoy the day.

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  14. irishred13 says:

    I stay home for V-day too. It is so expensive here to go out because they know people will pay!

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  15. We spent Valentines Day at home and made some pizza and drank a bottle of wine! And Netflix, of course.

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  16. we just celebrated last night with the kids. We do a fondue night, my husband traveled on Tuesday..

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  17. Jeanine says:

    We always spend valentines at home. my husband actually worked this year so we didnt do anything special. He brought me home some flower and Chinese food and that was it!

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  18. Eileen says:

    We usually stay home on Valentine’s day. We do movie marathons, binge on chips and popcorn, have wine or beer. whatever. I mean Valentine’s day is a day to celebrate love, but we believe we must not only stick to one day in a year. Everyday should be Valentine’s Day

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  19. Elizabeth says:

    I spent Valentine’s Day evening catching up on the Walking Dead with my teenage son while my husband was out at his sport’s class, lol! Hot chocolate and a few pieces of shortbread were enjoyed. 🙂

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  20. katnapped says:

    In Finland we celebrate Friendship Day instead of Valentines Day – and everyone can celebrate their loved ones, coupling up not necessary 🙂
    Katja xxx
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  21. lastchance3 says:

    My Valentines is different every year. Attached, but it’s a Tuesday! lol. My butt will be in bed early after enjoying a night of letter writing. lol.

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  22. Jazz says:

    I don’t make it a big deal if single on Valentine’s Day. You simply enjoy it like any other day. But it’s nice seeing and hearing about others spending it however they wish to whether it’s at home, a romantic dinner out or fun with friends.

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  23. We think Valentine’s Day is pretty silly and made up to make retailers more money. 🙂 We don’t usually do much. Flowers and dinner at home is usually about it! 🙂

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  24. carmical says:

    I decided to celebrate the big day on August 5th, the anniversary of my divorce! It marks the day I started loving myself more than the rudeness I was living with!

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  25. Meeta says:

    We do not celebrate Valentine’s as we find it just a commercialized holiday. I think we do not need a specific day to really celebrate love – we do that every day!

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