As soon as the Christmas decorations come down, the world begins to look like Cupid projectile vomited pink and red all over the storefronts.
An afternoon on the couch will inevitably yield a rom-com with every changed channel and chances are, if you’re single, you’ve resigned yourself to staying home this weekend because your taken friends all have plans. That’s right world, Valentine’s Day is on a Friday this year.
And while I run the risk of sounding like a bitter, single, 20-something, the truth is, I have never valued Valentine’s Day and it confuses me why so many people do.
There isn’t much of a discrepancy between then and now — I didn’t like V-Day before and I don’t like it now. Furthermore, just because I’m single doesn’t mean I resent my friends who are in relationships or that I’ll be binge eating because I didn’t receive flowers (which will probably die within the week).
Check out these reasons everyone should hate Valentine’s Day:
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