Round up the squad and head to the movies to watch the new 50 Shades movie then group Tinder afterwards.
Settle down with a man who’s excited to celebrate every Valentine’s Day, every birthday, every anniversary, and every occasion with you.
Make a modern-day mixtape. It’s thoughtful, inexpensive and will help the two of you learn more about each other.
So here’s another year of being single on Valentine’s Day. As early as the beginning of February, you are seeing hearts everywhere – in your workplace, on the streets, in your newsfeed, at the coffee shop where you buy your coffee every morning. And you feel even more single than you actually are.
You taught me how to love without expecting the same love in return. You always give the best of everything just to remind me how you love me.
F@#% Valentine’s Day! Yes, I said, and no it’s not because I’m bitterly single either. Let’s be honest, it’s just a ridiculous holiday that is manipulated by the male population more so for a Hall Pass than anything else.
If you’re single or just recently broke up, stop thinking that your situation is something that has to be fixed or escaped from.
Aries: Avoid social media like the god damn plague!!!
Happy Anti-Valentine’s Day, everyone! May Netflix fill your night with absolutely no happily ever afters.
What’s better than being lonely and sad on a day of love? Getting drunk and being sad with your other single friends! Alcohol always makes everything better, it’s proven!!! (JK JK JK)