anyone can celebrate valantines day? or only married peoples?

India
January 22, 2013 8:27am CST
Many people are not celebrating valantines day because they mostly unmarried or they are not settled in life. Is it possible to celebrate valantines day for those people?
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@cher913 (25890)
• Canada
22 Jan 13
it is really too bad that so much emphasis is put on Valentines day. it often makes people who are single feel bad. i think anyone can celebrate Valentines day because you should be important to yourself, so why not buy yourself a Valentines treat?
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• United States
22 Jan 13
I think anyone could celebrate Valentines day. It a day about love. It doesn't state who you have to love. It could be spent with anyone who is special to you.
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• Philippines
24 Jan 13
I don’t believe that Valentine’s Day is only limited to those who are in a relationship be it husband and wife or boyfriend or girlfriend. It’s about the season of love, and love does not only revolve on couples but also loving yourself, your friends, and your family. In my usual valentine’s day, I do spend it with my family rather than dating someone else, I date them instead having them a treat and pampering them shows that I do care and have a strong love for them.
• India
23 Jan 13
valentine comes once in a year y to bother for unmarried and not settled, just enjoy your life............now
@Raine38 (9193)
• United States
22 Jan 13
Well, valentine's is just a made-up holiday anyway (gosh, I sound like my husband, haha!). Besides, just because you're single doesn't mean that you can't join in the fun. Love is fr everyone, and isn't that wants supposed to be the whole idea of Valentine's Day? Love?
@jaiho2009 (39001)
• Philippines
22 Jan 13
Valentines is for everyone- young, adult, single, divorce and married. I celebrate it with my friend and it's really great to have friend around us during special occasions like this.
@ZoeJoy (1395)
• United States
22 Jan 13
Valentine's Day can be celebrated with anyone. I am sending my grown children a Valentine's Day card. The one I am mailing to my youngest son says: 'Tough guys like you, Son, don't like things to get too mushy... So, you are OK. Well, Better than OK. How's that. Happy Valentine's Day!' To my oldest son, who has a great sense of humor and sometimes, his humor is over the top, I am sending this card to him: 'Having a son like you is the next best thing to-uh-to-hmmmm, the next best thing to-uh... ...come to think of it, it's the the best thing! Happy Valentine's Day And I am sending a mushy, sentimental card to my daughter, which I know she will like. You can give a Valentine's Day card to your mother. I betcha she would really appreciate it - especially when you tell her how wonderful she is, and that you appreciate everything she had done for you. In fact, you can give her a Valentine's Day gift such as a gift card to a spa, or take her out to dinner, or offer to do some chores for her. In other words, Valentine's Day can be a day to show your appreciation to those who you love - your family.
@mariaperalta (19094)
• Mexico
22 Jan 13
Here in Mexico valentines day is known as friends day here. So we all celebrate it in some way....