February is here, and Valentines
Day is just around the corner — so if you have not made dinner reservations by
now at that fancy restaurant she’s been talking about, now might be time.
There are three kinds of people
in this world you’re probably going to come across on social media on
We all fall into one of these categories and
want to know what to do on that special day.
If this isn’t your first rodeo, you
should have an idea of what to do. The simple dinner-and-a-movie (my suggestion
would be Deadpool) can go a long way.
You cannot go wrong with a nice candlelit dinner and a movie afterwards. If
this is your first year being in a relationship, you might be thinking about
going all out. The big Costco teddy bear, the flowers, and chocolates; this combination is a classic that ladies love. Most girls don’t know it, but guys
wouldn’t mind getting chocolates too.
If you’re single, you can do so many things to treat yourself on
Valentine’s Day. Or you could even
celebrate Galentine’s Day with the girls. Galentine’s Day originated on Parks and Recreation when Leslie Knope
and her lady friends had a fun-filled day on February 13. Others just stay at home and watch gory war movies
like Saving Private Ryan , Black Hawk Down, or Kingdom of Heaven.
There are couples and single people out there who
see Valentine’s Day as just any regular day with no meaning. Some people think
that Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be the only day set aside to do something sweet
with your special other.
So, my advice to everyone is not
to get weighed down by all the hearts and flowers going around if you aren’t
spending it with anyone. But if you enjoy this holiday, make the best of it and
remember that girls love flowers any day of the year (not just the 14th).
Servando Mireles is a Marketing major with a concentration in Graphic Design at Christian Brothers University, photographer, and staff editor for the Galleon.
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