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  1. Very good! I share the sentiment. IN fact my wife’s birthday is the week after Valentines so we have an agreement that I don’t buy her flowers for the 14th, but a week later at half the price – Win/Win as far as we’re concerned!

  2. Oh totally agree!
    I woke up to a cuppa in bed (it’s half term after all!) and that was perfect for me pin fact I’m still in bed blogging! It’s gone too far and that’s such a shame. #bloggerclubuk

  3. Oh, you cynic! No, seriously, I agree with you that romance shouldn’t be limited to one day a year. Chocolates every day FTW! I kid. Mostly. #BloggerClubUK

  4. I’m really not a fan either. But this morning my husband presented me with a card and flowers, I’d got him nothing. All I could think was what a waste of money! #BloggerClubUK

  5. I allow my hubby to get me some tasty chocolates, that’s all. If we weren’t on a pretty tight budget I’d be happy to accept flowers and maybe even a card, too, but as you say, feeling loved and appreciated on a more regular basis is much more valuable than any Valentine’s gifts x
    #BloggerClubUK

  6. I really love this! I’m known as a Valentines Scrooge by my children because I won’t buy daddy a valentines card. Your poem put a smile on my face this Valentines day so thank you 🙂 #bloggerclubuk

  7. Couldn’t agree more! Ive a post on my instagram that says something similar. The only thing I like valentines for is buying my son a cute little something. My son and daughter (aged 3 and 8 weeks) had some flowers delivered to me which i thought was very clever and thoughtful. Unexpected too! #BloggerClubUK

  8. I like Valentine’s Day but then I enjoy any celebration there is going. I have had many times being single at this time, some married some divorced. A real mixed bag but all ok.
    Mainy
    #bloggerclubuk

  9. Oh Man I love it!! Happy Hallmark Day. I’m laughing so hard right now because it’s so true. And I never understood why this had to be a day where the man has to pay for these extravagant things for the woman. What about him? In a way I guess you could say Valentine’s Day is a little sexist lol. That sounds too political though so I’ll shut up. #BloggerClubUK

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