Valentine's Day coming: What are you up to?

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Hello Warriors,

Valentines day is coming :14 FEB (DUH!)



What are you going to do?

Unfortunately, I can't think of that now

It will be pretty hard for all Romantics freaks here right?

Happy thinking and share us your unique idea here
#valentines idea
  • Profile picture of the author Sumit Menon
    I'm gonna impress my girlfriend with jaw dropping, Custom made White Board Animation
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  • Profile picture of the author seriousjake
    Planning to treat my girl to a week in Peru. Start off with the usual touristy trek to Machu Picchu, explore the amazon rain forest, hike the Colca canyon. One thing we REALLY want to do is fly over the Nazca lines.

    Oh, and what trip would be complete without enjoying the local delicacies: ceviche, causa, lomo saltado, bring it on! The stage is set for this to be an unforgettable experience. Got every little detail laid out. I'm a little nervous, fingers crossed.

    Now I just need a girlfriend.
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    Enjoy this promotion-free space while it lasts before I get wiser.

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  • Profile picture of the author ikhwanudin
    I am currently single, so I do not have a lot to do really on Valentine's Day. But I may go to some event, where I will eat good foods.
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  • Profile picture of the author kudu
    My hubby of 11 years does not believe in Valentine's day - so getting spoilt is an any-time-of-the-year event. He says why wait for a day - when you've got the whole year. Pretty amazing what we do for each other when it's NOT Valentine's day.
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    • Profile picture of the author hardraysnight
      i refuse to celebrate any festival, pagan or otherwise, introduced from foreign places to further enhance the status of the big department stores

      keep my money for white day, oh no, that is a korean celebration
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      • Profile picture of the author lcombs
        Originally Posted by hardraysnight View Post

        i refuse to celebrate any festival, pagan or otherwise, introduced from foreign places to further enhance the status of the big department stores

        keep my money for white day, oh no, that is a korean celebration
        Party pooper!:p
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        • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
          I will avoid it like the plague, and if that isn't possible, find a skyscraper with an easy access balcony!!! :rolleyes:


          But on a more serious note, l will avoid it like the plague, and grab a super size block of chocolate and a comedy DVD, (not romantic) and stay home until the onslaught is over!

          Shane
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  • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
    My son bought me tickets to see Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Experience, and the concert just happens to be on the 14th. Of course I'll have to drag the wife along even though she listens to country, so I guess I'll buy her dinner and call it Valentine's Day.
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  • Profile picture of the author papuanac1971
    As Im marketer I always think in business way so I start promote Valentines ecard and some free gifts as CPA offers that start to convert very well...
    Once it comes the day will for sure take my gf out for a dinner...
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  • Profile picture of the author charm01

    A "date" with someone special on a fine dinging restaurant and a great classical music on the background and a bouquet of flowers with a sweet note will be perfect fro me. It might sound simple but that's how I like it, simple and classical.
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    • Profile picture of the author AprilCT
      We will have dinner out somewhere, but definitely not on 2/14, neither of us can stand the crowds and don't like to wait a long time to get seated or get food once the order has been taken. In the alternative, and I've happily done this before, we'll shop for something special we don't normally buy and just make it at home.

      We could do that again this year as long as my husband braves the traffic on the roads and buys some rather delectable pecan rolls for dessert - there's a chain coffee shop that always has really good ones about 4-5 miles away, but in a very busy area . People around where I live all seem to go out for dinner and we just don't find massive crowds and traffic a lot of fun.
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  • Profile picture of the author UKCopyKing
    I've booked a holiday over valentines day - might stretch to a card if she's lucky!
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