:<3: Valentine's Day :<3: ( Not remember to get appropriate…
:<3: Valentine's Day :<3:
Ways to express :<3:
write a song
cook a meal
Best way : Create a card, Draw :<3: on the card or write a poem or heartfelt statement on the inside
In America, we celebrate two :<3: themed holidays
:tada: celebrated in the winter
:tada: focused on bringing lovers together
:red_flag:1400s - The earliest Valentine's Day card
:red_flag: 1800s - Postage rates dropped
:red_flag: 1840s - The first Valentine's card were mass produced
:red_flag: 2010 - an estimated 15 million e-valentines were sent
:confetti_ball: celebrated in the fall
:confetti_ball: for all of friends, relatives
:star: National Confectioners Association, wanted to sell more candy.
:star: In 1921, they created a holiday called
:star: When people buy candy, they make money.
:silhouette: Card dealer Hallmark, heavily promoted this specter of commercial interest
:silhouette: Prompting the notion that Sweetest day is a
Not remember to get appropriate gift to the loved ones?
:red_cross: Choose not to celebrate them
Inform he/she :red_cross: you don't want to buy into the materialism and commercialism of these manufactured holidays.
Tell :silhouette: that you want to have relationship with them.. :red_cross:marketers
You want to celebrate your :<3: everday.. :red_cross: one day a yea
Moral of the Story : Young people shouldn't date
Jimmy didn't have any money - :<3: wanted to show Jane that she meant a lot to him - make her a Valentine's Day card
Nice, thick cardstock paper - folded it in half - cut into the shape of :<3: - :pencil2:a cherub on the front of it - :pencil2: thoughtful message on the inside
He gave it to Jane - she was so touched and cried - her tears strained the front of the card
Thinking the card ruined - :!!: Jimmy was so offended - broke up - calling her a "crybaby" - he left