i hope you all know that it doesn't matter whether you're single or in a relationship, bc food will always be bae.
my valentine's day began w going to church then going to IHOP w my sister & momma.
we all know that food > bfs/gfs
i am spending the rest of my valentine's day in my room, studying bc i have 2 exams tomorrow
(even though my siblings get the school day off bc of president's day).
however, i've been procrastinating by looking up some random valentine's day facts.
i mean who needs candy or flowers or stuffed animals when you have the internet?
(jk i'm craving chocolate & my favorite flowers are roses & i have 5 million stuffed animals)
so if you guys are like me & have nothing to do on valentine's day,
here are some things to entertain you & get your mind off of how lonely you are ok ok:
blogger won't cooperate but click this to watch D-Trix
10 Romantic Valentine's Day Gifts:
Valentine's Day Gift Guide:
25 Interesting Facts You Didn't Know About Valentine's Day:
- Places named "Valentine" in U.S.: Valentine, Arizona; Valentine, Nebraska; Valentine, Texas; & Valentine, Virginia
- 65% of flowers bought on Valentine's day are bought by men
- 85% of cards bought on Valentine's day are bought by women
- 15% of women in the U.S. send themselves flowers on Valentine's day
- Durex condom sales are highest near Valentine's day
- Lace (which is used in a lot of Valentine decorations) comes from "laques" (Latin) which means "to snare/net" as in to catch a person's heart
- "Sweets for the sweet" is a line from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Act 5, Scene 1
- Valentine’s Day was first introduced to Japan in 1936 but bc of a translation error made by a chocolate company, only women buy Valentine chocolates for their spouses, boyfriends, or friends. The men don’t return the favor until White Day, a type of “answer day” to Valentine’s Day, which is on March 14th
- Valentine candy “conversation hearts” have a shelf life of five years
here are some valentine's day "cards" i've made, if you want to send some to your valentine: