Has Valentine's day been Commercialised?

February 13, 2007 5:17am CST
in the past few years, it has been seen that Valentine's day has been more commercialised and sales of gifts,cards, roses, etc have hiked up. Are the bigbrands into spreading true love in the air or just a hype to fill in their coffers.
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@ikinta (1238)
• Indonesia
13 Feb 07
come on..of course they not really spreading true love, they just try to make money. and that is acceptable. the truth is everything has been commercialized.Christmas tree, new year's trumpets..everything..
• Romania
7 Mar 07
I think you have right!Is true,almost all this days been commercialized!Is a good thing for the vendors,they make more monneys in these days!
@smartpk (193)
• Pakistan
13 Feb 07
yes, how do you think??
• India
14 Feb 07
I totally support and say that it has been totally commercialised.
@charlazio (215)
• Italy
13 Feb 07
uhhh, yeah? it's ok though, we all need to keep the money flowing through the economy, so really, you're just doing your part.
• India
13 Feb 07
I agree with you.It is totally commercialised.If the love is true,i think there is no need of a special day to celebrate it.For true loveres each and every day is a valentine day.
• Romania
13 Feb 07
really good questions,yes it had been comercialised,but whithout this comercialisation the spirit of love that is flying in the air will disapear....there somne good parts and some bad parts of this.