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Living with idea of Valentines

 Is Valentines Day  actually a commercial crap invention?

Some hints of truth here. But don't get me wrong, I still am all for romance but it takes more than flowers, chocolates and material things to make a relationship work meaningfully.




Your Valentine's Day Personality is Practical




As far as you're concerned, Valentine's Day is simply a commercial holiday.
You don't place any real meaning on it. You don't think it deserves too much celebration.
For you, Valentine's Day is just the day you avoid restaurants and candy stores.
If you love someone, you already show it. You don't need to go all out for a silly holiday to prove your love.

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