this valentine day what are you planning for your valentine?

@KUSHANK55 (2437)
India
February 12, 2009 2:40am CST
hi dear friends many of us look forward to this wonderful day. and celebrate it the way we can and have lot of funny and serious plans!! how do you wish to celebrate this day? and what is in store for your valentine this year?
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@nini89 (670)
• India
12 Feb 09
Nowadays the Valentine day is celeberated by all the religions. The streets are filled with valentine cards and gifts but this timethere is not much cards and gifts of extra stall not seen. Here some political parties are against these celeberation and all sorts of protest they do. I normally dont celeberate this day all the college student hand will be filled with valentine ribbons. Happy mylotting.
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
12 Feb 09
yes `dear nini89. yeah i am aware abou the political mileage being extracted by some vested interests in some political minded people!! well what a shame in a country where goddeses are worshipped lot of rapes of minors are reporte and many go unreported and in the name of political colour they are against this day!! shame to their kind of thinking . indian taliban!!
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@nini89 (670)
• India
13 Feb 09
You are very much correct. Shame on this kind of politician creating voilence giviing trouble to the public. God know what all things are going to happen tomorrow. Happy posting and have a nice day.
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
14 Feb 09
hi dear nini89 i share your concern and express my resentment over the fanatic style of functioning of such political groups!! i am sure the local administration will take adequate measures to stop any serious situation and better sense will prevail and any major untoward incidence is prevented!!
@shaggin (37045)
• United States
14 Feb 09
Besides what I wont mention that my husband always expects for Valentines day hehe I wanted to get him a small present. I totally forgot about it when I was shopping today though so now I don't have a present for him at all. We usually don't give each other things anymore for the small holidays but I just wanted to get him a little something to be nice and show that I cared. Sometimes doing something that you don't usually do and doing it out of the blue once in a while is nice. Anyway he has this small collection of decorated collectable mountain dew bottles. I wanted to see if they had any Valentines day themed ones out right now or just any more of them for sale that he doesnt already have. They are a little more expensive then your regular bottle of mountain dew and dont hold as much liquid in them but he likes to save the bottles after he drinks them and has them in his game room/my computer room. If I wind up going out tomorrow downtown to pick up some gifts maybe I will be able to find him one down there. I doubt it though. The other ones he has were bought at Wal-mart and that is no where near where I live.
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
14 Feb 09
hi dear even if you dont mention it is all common knowledge what a loving husband will look for from a more loving wife on this wonderful day!! well besides that as you mention smaller things go a long way and earn more mileage and leave permanent impressions about how you care! have the best on your day!! agood luck and happy mylotting!!
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@bhanusb (5709)
• India
12 Feb 09
You are an Indian.I'm not an Indian.But an inhabitant of this sub-continent.We have our own culture.That is very old and rich.Actually our Valentine Day is Dol Purnima or Falguni Purnima(Full moon of Spring).However we live in a global village.We are influenced by western culture.In Valentine Day I shall send some greetings to my some of my friends.
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
14 Feb 09
fine dear bhanusb, if it was holi what you should have felt!! without any discrimination the colours are spread and red remains red even it falls on a muslim , hindu or christian. similarly the pink pof lov eremains so irrespective of caste , color or creed or continent!! it is about love and it has no boundaries or barriers!! so better forget what yoy arr just enjoy the feeling and spread love all round for peace and prosperity!! happy day ahead!!
@dong1970 (1573)
• Philippines
12 Feb 09
A day for everybody that are in love.I love to celebrate it with my wife and my 2 kids.A simple bonding for my family and i will prepare a special dinner at home.This day should be memorable for we can show how deeply we love our family and love ones.Extra Ordinary day for people that you love so much.
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@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
12 Feb 09
hi dear dong1970 have ablast with your wife and dear kids!! have a wonderful day!!
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• India
12 Feb 09
Yet I am looking for my valentine.........I haven't got it....So for me there is no plan for 14th FEB 2009............May be next year.............
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@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
14 Feb 09
all the very best for the next one!! make some sincere effort to find out your love this year! happy love search!!
@slickcut (8141)
• United States
12 Feb 09
I think Valentines day is a wonderful day for lovers..I do not have a sweet heart right now so to me i probably will not do anything...
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
14 Feb 09
hi dear let all the lovers of the world send the message of love and peace may prevail in todays world!! happy day ahead!!
@sdwfstone (130)
• China
12 Feb 09
i'm preparing for next day,it's sunday i have to work until saturday afternoon wish you have a good day!
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@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
12 Feb 09
ok dear friend thats really fine 'have fun and a good sunday!!
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• Philippines
12 Feb 09
just stay at home and watch a movie maybe. i think this is an occasion that is extremely hyped. it's so commercialized as if the celebration is a "need." i'm not saying we should not celebrate it all together but love can be celebrated everyday if you want to. it's such a cliche but it's true. especially now that we are under a worldwide recession, we should think carefully on how to celebrate. but if one really feels the need to celebrate, think of romantic ways that will not break your wallet like a home cooked dinner and dvd, just spending your quiet time cuddling and talking, play a board game together, watch sappy movies etc...
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• India
14 Feb 09
i did nothing for this special day i dont have any boy friend now it was but break up ...is really very bad thing that comes in life and make you very helpless. but now these days i am staying with my parents i am very happy with this and now i dont feel like making any new boy friend because love happens only once in alife and it goes with you forever if break up happens still one cant stop loving each other. i still happy that we love each other.
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
17 Feb 09
hi dear anjalisharma_iipm it appears i ave hurt your feelings somewhere and i now it hurts!! jaane kyun log mohabbat kiya karte hain .... well it is the most important feeling that GOD ever created among the humans and all other animals!! but the pain of separation is too much to treasure!! i hope after the gap of some more tim , in a unique cycle of its own the things will brighten up and another young man will appear from nowhere to hold your hand and i wish you soon forget the past as a bad dream! good luck and love life ahead!!
• Philippines
14 Feb 09
My partner and I do not have much plans. There are so many people outside. We might eat in a restaurant. I want to try the Thai cuisine at Ayutthaya. I heard the food there is great and the ambiance is good enough to enable us to talk. We may also watch a movie together. That's all. We are going to meet at 5 pm in the afternoon later.
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
14 Feb 09
i hope you enjoyed the day as per your plan!! happy days ahead of this one!!
@royal52gens (5380)
• United States
14 Feb 09
I am not planning anything special as I have no one to spend the day with. I wish there was someone special but that is not to be for me. It is just another day of the year for me. I quit looking forward to this holiday a long time ago. I do hope you enjoy the day with your loved one though.
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
14 Feb 09
yes dear you nee to have someone special for the special day like this one!! well i have spent the day with my first love my family and the second love my work!!
@marketing07 (6266)
• South Korea
13 Feb 09
for valentines i may stay at home with my kids..no plans at all have a nice day
@KUSHANK55 (2437)
• India
14 Feb 09
hi dear marketing07 that is perhaps the reality for most of the people all over the globe!! all young and unmarried may go along and have fu among their groups or in couples but for the seniors and those with kids this may be the way to spend the day!! happy valentine day to all!!
• United States
14 Feb 09
Hi! Happy Valentine's Day although it is not really a big deal for me, even when I still had a boyfriend. Now that I'm single again, I will hang out with my best friend, perhaps pamper ourselves, then later go out for drinks. I am not really looking for someone at this time. I just want to have a great time which I normally do on weekends. Have a great time and happy myLotting!
• Philippines
14 Feb 09
Today is valentine's day in my country. I will just stay at home since I am not feeling well. I got a fever and a headache since last night. Supposedly I would have gone home since my husband lives in another place but since i am not feeling well i prefer to stay in my parents house for today than to travel. Thanks for asking. How about you?
@sharay (2776)
• India
12 Feb 09
This year, there is some financial crisis, so donno what to gift him as everything costs so much now-a-days, still thinking on what to get, give me some ideas if you can, i need to get something special and affordable