Do you celebrate valentine day?

@worthy (2415)
India
February 14, 2007 12:25am CST
Do you celebrate valentine's day ? In recent times it has come to be celebrated globally. good relief. In todays fast life where everyone is reeling to cope up with the stress of competition in jobs, studies and social committment, at least this day makes us put on hold the routine worries and give in to the joys of being in love. It can be anyone whom you love.Atleast on this day you are reminded and encouraged to express your love and care to people and get the same in return. Don't you think it should be done quite often? Do you gift your loved ones only on valentine's day or quite often ?
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@anup12 (4182)
• India
14 Feb 07
I never used to celebrate it before I was married.This is my second Valentines day with my wife.I am very happy and I celebrate it now with my wife.
@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
That's great anup. Thanks for your reply.
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@dhhddh (14)
• India
14 Feb 07
"yes ,you are really correct.A happy man evolves from a happy life."
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@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
so true.
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• Philippines
14 Feb 07
no!...im not in the mood to celebrate it!...my mom just ruined my day, so there's no reason for me to celebrate it!...
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@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
Oh poor dear. That's really very awful. don't spoil your mood my friend. Life gives us opportunity not very often.
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@dhhddh (14)
• India
14 Feb 07
don't worry .life is sometimes like that.better hope next time.
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• United States
14 Feb 07
I used to be big on celebrating Valentines Day but am not any more. I think I tried to hard and made too much of a big deal out of it. I always gave and received gifts but since I've been married that doesn't happen much. The hubby's not big into giving me things very often so I've learned not to expect anything. That way I don't get dissapointed.
@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
Times will change friend and your hubby's thinking will too.
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• India
15 Feb 07
yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
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@worthy (2415)
• India
15 Feb 07
Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood :o)
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@hottie0728 (1732)
• United States
15 Feb 07
Valentines is not a biggie for me. I do celebrate it but since my boyfriends not here...I have not partner. But on my previous Valentine celebration, I can't even remember what I have done that day. Nothing special!
@worthy (2415)
• India
15 Feb 07
Right.Thanks for your reply.
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@umavarma1 (929)
• India
15 Feb 07
personally i do not see a point celebrating the day. i think love to someone should be on an evry day basis.celebrating it is hypocritical.
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@worthy (2415)
• India
15 Feb 07
Okay. Thanks for your viewpoint.
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• Canada
15 Feb 07
To be very frank, i don't celebrate V day as i don't have time.
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@worthy (2415)
• India
15 Feb 07
i understand.But you need to relax and take a break sometimes.This day is an excellent opportunity.
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@coffebing (252)
• Malaysia
15 Feb 07
Yes.I celebrate it yesterday.At first, after me and my boy friend finished work,he bring me to eat kentucky fried chicken.Then he give me a big present. After that, he bring me to the beach and i have a great time with him.We walk along the beach and laying down watching those stars. He then ask me to make a wish with him.We saw fireworks.It was romantic.I enjoy the night so much and i am happy to be with him. For the whole, i gift him quite often and i am quite suprise that he give me a bug present yesterday as he didn't do that normally.I am deeply touch by him with what he had done for me.
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@worthy (2415)
• India
15 Feb 07
Wow.You celebrated this day in style. Thanks for the lovely details.
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• Romania
15 Feb 07
in my country Valentine`s day was "imported" so i`m not really into celebrating it. i currently don`t have a gf but if i had one i wouldn`t need a reason (like the Valentine`s day) to take her out, or buy her something nice or stuff like that... but i guess it`s a good thing (a reminder) for thoes that are not used to giving gifts without a reason. once a year it`s better than never, right?
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@worthy (2415)
• India
15 Feb 07
Yes.right. :)
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@Bangalorean (1283)
• India
15 Feb 07
I do it every year and to share a secret, I never miss it becoz it helps me save money. You may be wondering,as to how is that possible.It is all becoz my wife's birthday falls on the same and so there is dual reason to celebrate
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@worthy (2415)
• India
15 Feb 07
wow.double occasion. Thanks for replying again.
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• United States
14 Feb 07
I would celebrate it if i had a girlfriend, I'm single so i do not celebrate it. I spoil my girlfriends but material gifts aren't always the best thing. Maybe take them to their favorite resturant, cook them a special dinner or just remind them how much you love them. Even a nice night cuddling on the couch watching their favorite movie is sometimes the best gift it depends on who you date.
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@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
The way you celebrate is really awsome. Thanks for the good reply.
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• United States
14 Feb 07
I celebrate Valentines Day. I'm single but I celebrate for my kids and for myself. It's still a few more hours to go before it's Valentines day here and I just finished up making goody bags for two of my kids to take to class. Full special Valentines pencil, bubbles, stickers, etc. No candy because the schools where I live don't allow it anymore. Tomorrow I'm going to make Valentine Cupcakes and share it with my family and friends.
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@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
I think you celebrate this day the best way. Here's wishing you all the best. A very good reply.
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@healer (1783)
• India
14 Feb 07
I really wanna show my boyfriend how much i love him but we are staying very far apart and at the moment i got exam and he is a new joinie in a company so both of us can't visit eachother. This year i could not gift him also am so sad that i could not do that. Wow he send me a bunch of choclates along with a necklace thats brought me to tears. We spoke on the phone but i am not satisfied. I should have done more for him like at least sending some gift. Please people here don't be like me show how much u love and care for your loved one today
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
Don't limit yourself to february 14. You have 365 days a year to show him that you love him that much. If it can't be done today, you still have tomorrow and onwards. Just think that everyday is valentines day.
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@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
Yes.Thats right.Go ahead.
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• Latvia
14 Feb 07
I didn't have Valentine's day when I was kid, because I lived in country with comunsim regime. But my dad's name is Valentine and we always celebrated his name day (yes, we do have name days:)). I will give him specially roasted coffee for his name day this year. He loves coffee! I ave gift to my bf already - it was key of my apartment and funny card I made. Valentine's day is nice day, but we should remember our loves ones more in regular days as well.
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@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
A very unique reply indeed. A good reply.
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• Latvia
14 Feb 07
Thank you
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@rockky (186)
• India
15 Feb 07
dit date nopes...but wanna celecbrate once in my lifetime n wanna experince what all stupid galzz n boyzz do on dizz dayz.....coz i feel every day is a valentine day...
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@worthy (2415)
• India
15 Feb 07
Lol.Why do you think they are stupid. Thanks for the response.
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@sikabayan (144)
• Indonesia
14 Feb 07
no idont celebrate a valentine days
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@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
Thats absolutly fine.Thanks for replying.
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• India
14 Feb 07
ya i celebrate valentine day not only on feb 14.. if you are in true love then the days with your lover is the real valentine day
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@worthy (2415)
• India
13 Feb 08
that's very true.thanks
• India
14 Feb 07
ya its a day youths want to celebrate n ther s nothin wrong in celebrating...
@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
Hmmmmmm Okay.
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• India
14 Feb 07
ya i celebrate valentine day not only on feb14.. i celebrate my valentine day till my last breath.. if we celebrate it for one day its not a real love .. if celebrate it tat one day and enjoyed wit your lover means what about the remaining day which he\she spent???
@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
Thanks for expressing your good viewpoint.
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• Romania
14 Feb 07
i don't celebrate....becouse nobody love me...but i love everybody :)
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@worthy (2415)
• India
14 Feb 07
Maybe nobody told you so.Go ahead take this opportunity to express your love to them and you will be surprised to know that they love you too.You only have to break the ice first. Good luck.
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