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If there was no Valentine's Day how would things be different? Would Hallmark have gone out of business? Would unwanted pregnancies plummet in February? Would there be more divorces because there'd be nothing to bring back life to a dying marriage?
Hallmark would be just fine, Christmas is a bigger card sending holiday anyway.
There would also be fewer suicides/attempted suicides on February 14th if Valentine's Day didn't exist.
It's pretty annoying that we have Valentine's Day rammed down our throats.
I know plenty of singles and couples who all think it's bollocks, and rightly so.
Some people feel content to pour syrup on shit and call it pancakes their whole lives.
At 12 minutes ago, TwittSoup wrote:At A few seconds ago, 6r0undZ3r0 wrote: I would just be a lot happier every February 14th...This, I've only actually had valentines on this date this year and last, besides that I've felt like shit no one was rushing to buy me things. I know I'm shy and a loner and all that but damn.
We're so alone!
Nothing would change. It is a relatively unimportant holiday and all that would disappear would be special heart-themed things.
At 16 minutes ago, 6r0undZ3r0 wrote: I would just be a lot happier every February 14th...
If every February 14th fell on a Sunday this comment would be doubly true.
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There wouldn't be any delicious heart shaped cookies for me to munch on.
It would be AWFUL!
Ecchi first, ask questions never.
It's safe to say that the most generic, cheesy "I love you's" wouldn't be used on such a large scale on that particular day. Although, if it didn't exist, then some (read: thousands) of us today might not exist. And, y'know, that's important. Because we if we didn't exist, maybe some important technology or cure wouldn't be made, thus possibly killing hundreds of thousands.
Just thought I'd throw that out there.