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August 1st, 2013 - Judy-995913 said:

Love Valentine's Day if it's about appreciation for one another and a sincere 'I love you.' It is an opportunity for shared quality time; just expecting a grand gift is selfish and shallow. If I'm not important to someone the other 364 days, then Valentine's Day won't make a difference.

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March 24th, 2013 - Peter-650220 said:

Don't like it--It means nothing to me.

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February 2nd, 2013 - Tess-922428 said:

Just another commercial ploy.

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October 5th, 2012 - Jim-875732 said:

dumb

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February 4th, 2012 - Lyl-799520 said:

Next please!

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December 15th, 2011 - Deborah-790049 said:

i usualy skip it --another day

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November 24th, 2011 - LillianTeresa-528523 said:

Valentine's Day was a day to commemorate the martyrdom of numerous ancients named Valentine. As we celebrate it today, it is the creation of clever entreupeneurs to separate us from our money. It would mean more to receive a gift from a friend or spouse without prompting by marketers.

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October 26th, 2011 - Beverly-782751 said:

I never had a Valentine's day spent lovingly with my someone special. Something always comes up that's more important. So, yup, I'm still hoping for that first Valentine's Day with my someone special.

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October 11th, 2011 - Katie-768537 said:

VALENTINES DAY CAN STILL BE SPECIAL WITHOUT HAVING SOMEONE SPECIAL IN YOUR LIFE !!!

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May 17th, 2011 - Julie-627358 said:

I feel lonely that I don't have a date, but my family does things like call, send candy or a bouquet through the mail, to keep from being lonely.

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February 17th, 2011 - Claire-638639 said:

I met my husband on February 15, 1997 and lost him on February 11, 11 years later and his funeral was on February 15. That was three years ago and the whole Valentine thing just brings my loss back to me. I am not sure that I will ever enjoy Valentine's day again.

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February 14th, 2011 - Patricia-150437 said:

Wishes for a great and sweet Valentine's Day to all CM's out there!

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February 14th, 2011 - Julie-312444 said:

Honestly, it's hard watching everybody else get excited about their flowers, gifts, significant others, spouses, activities and fun.

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February 14th, 2011 - Zoe-396054 said:

Last year on Valentine's Day I was engaged. Now I'm single again. Valentine's Day was a lot more fun last year. Now I'm kind of back to dreading it.

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February 13th, 2011 - Vivian-35531 said:

I have been a member for 6 years - was so much hoping to find a catholic person who is loving , nice, sharing and caring, put GOd first- as in Egypt very few catholics even exists- but till now didn't find him- so stooped from paying.. and became a free member.. yet if someone is really smart, and keen to talk to me, can easily get connected from my profile!

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February 13th, 2011 - Christina-107357 said:

Valentine's Day does give singles a reason to go out and mingle. Perhaps, it should be a single's day, not a couples' day. Couples should regularly share expressions of love. Valentine's Day isn't and shouldn't be necessary for them...if they're in a real loving relationship. For couples, they can and should do the "Valentine's Day" thing any day of the year. Now wouldn't THAT be fun?! :) Peace and Love, Chris JMJ

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February 13th, 2011 - Janet-307917 said:

Given that of any day that had any religious connotation at one point, this one's had that lost worse than Christmas or Easter.....somehow I suspect the actual Saint is on a non-stop turnfest in his grave.

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February 13th, 2011 - Mary-94362 said:

I hate it!!!!

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February 13th, 2011 - Peter-44842 said:

What..day?

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February 12th, 2011 - Bob-179105 said:

I hope and pray to find my Valentine on this awesome site. God's time, not my time. God bless you in your searches. Sincerely, in Christ, Bob

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February 10th, 2011 - Carola-676211 said:

While I don't have a sweetheart to share Valentine's Day with, I'm still hopelessly excited. I love the idea of Valentine's Day. I'll share the day with as many people as I can -- my Facebook friends all around the world, my students & co-workers and especially with seniors living alone in my neighborhood. I'm going to have fun and share Valentine's Day being a blessing to others.

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February 7th, 2011 - John-558391 said:

I'm not really thrilled about it and haven't had any good experiences with it so far but I try to stay hopeful each year.

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February 5th, 2011 - Gail-648552 said:

I completely agree with you, Emily.

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February 5th, 2011 - Paula-184673 said:

I love the holiday, but wish I had soneone to share it with.

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February 3rd, 2011 - Kevin-550074 said:

I don't feel anything about Valentine's Day. It funny, in elementary school we had to write a short essay on our favorite holiday and I chose Valentine's Day. I remember my paper won some kind of award (the kind where I went up on stage during an assembly) but I don't remember my thesis or any of my arguments. If I ever find it, I'll post it.

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February 1st, 2011 - Jim-5730 said:

And right after I typed that up, an ad popped up on the right hand side of the page for Buca di Beppo, "Reserve Now". Make that reservation early or else be left out in the cold. Is it really about romance? Or is it about increased profits for restaurants, flower shops, jewelry stores, hotels, etc., etc., etc.... And all at the expense of Jim. Tisk, tisk... Shame on you America. This year, don't celebrate fake/forced "romance". Show 'em who's boss and celebrate Jim instead. Or my niece Brianna who shares my b-day. She's great! You'd like her. Even if you don't like Jim, nobody could object to celebrating Brianna's b-day instead of V-day, right?

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February 1st, 2011 - Jim-5730 said:

Background on my answer, that's my b-day. And let's face facts, the current celebration of V-day is entirely centered on special treatment for the women. In addition to this, good luck being able to go out for dinner on my b-day because all the restaurants are all backed up with mostly parties of 2, who occupy the table FAR longer than normal. And the most important of all is all the emphasis that's placed on this one day that men are basically forced into. In what alternate universe is that "romantic". Do women really find forced behavior to be romantic? Is it really such a great thing when a guy tries to be romantic because Hallmark says so or because all the cool kids are doing it? I think not. In a nutshell, people would be MUCH better off by celebrating my birthday rather than some made up, forced attempt at a distorted vision of "romance". Make a big fuss over that special someone spontaneously and repeatedly throughout the year. Release the shackles of paying 4x the normal price for flowers or being told you have to make dinner reservations 2 months in advance. Don't play their game. Play mine instead. :)

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February 1st, 2011 - William-505707 said:

This is just one of those days when you can give love and you do not offend others, in fact, most people want that card

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January 29th, 2011 - Dinah-676545 said:

I used to love Valentines Day before my husband died. Now it's sad for me. Will buy valentines for the ones I love, and go to my grandson's third grade class and make "Valentines for Veterans".

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January 25th, 2011 - Christina-107357 said:

Ditto to Christine's comment below. You've described it perfectly. Share the love, pray for my soulmate, and rest assured that God has planned for me what's best for me, as a single woman or in a holy relationship. Peace and Love to you all! :)

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January 24th, 2011 - Zhi-16063 said:

I cautiously dread there is hopelesly no available answer for me here.

I agree with Tim.

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January 24th, 2011 - Roseanne-557920 said:

oh yeah.... every other question poll has 5 options... the left out Tim's "Who cares?!?!?!" option.

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January 23rd, 2011 - Christine-304525 said:

I'm with Tim!

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