Do you celebrate Valentine's Day? If yes, what are your plans?

United States
January 21, 2007 2:56am CST
Will you be going out to eat or staying home and preparing a special meal? Do you give gifts like candy, balloons, jewelry or something else? Or maybe you give the gift of yourself? If you have a family, do you give gifts to everyone in your family or just your life partner? Has Valentine's Day become a day about the money or is it still about the love?
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• India
23 Jan 07
Yaa Valentine day is really nice day and quite significant. But it is more celebrated by lovers in respect to the saint Valentine who gave up his life for the sake of love. People generally offer rose and rich gifts to thier lovers and consider it as an ideal day to disclose thier love to whom they love.
• United States
23 Jan 07
Right now I celebrate Valentines Day for my kids. I like making goody bags filled with pencils and erasers that have Valentine designs on them. I might make some Valentine cupcakes this year for my family too. I don't think it's a waste of money to spend money on Valentines Day. Valentines Day is for anyone you love and while I may be single, I do have people I love. There are holidays for other things, so why not a holiday for love?
@yrteja (652)
• India
21 Jan 07
no.i dont celebrate valentines day.it is the wastage of money but we dont get any thing except enjoyment.
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