Celebrating Valentine’s Day for Singles and Couples

Valentines day heart symbolHappy Valentine’s Day for all you beautiful people in love. And also for those who are still single and ready to mingle. Saint Valentine’s Day, often simply Valentine’s Day,is a holiday observed on February 14.The day first became associated with romantic love where lovers expressed their love for each other by presenting flowers, offering confectionery, and sending greeting cards.

Valentine’s Day for Couples

For people in love with a special other, you can spend your day and night together, saying sweet nothings or doing whatever makes today a little bit extra special. Remember when movie love mattered? When it spoke to the fundamentals of human longing and carnal passion? When the only thing bigger than your baby’s heart was that 30-foot screen? When the power of two perfectly hot creatures’ lust for one another made you deaf to loathsome dialogue because the “bump-bump, bump-bump” of your hearts was just that in sync to the actors’? Ah, the fantasy of romantic truth 24 frames per second. Well, this Valentine’s Day,  we have you covered. Here is a list of all time Valentine’s Day movie recommendations for you.

Valentine’s Day for Singles

Valentine’s Day is a couple’s day. They exchange flowers, candy and cutesy stuffed animals. Even the candy is lovey-dovey, from heart-shaped Sweet Tarts to the little candy hearts bearing such phrases as, “I Love You,” “Hug Me” and “Be Mine.” But what about those people who aren’t in a relationship on Valentine’s Day? What are they supposed to do when their coupled friends are out soaking up the love? We have you covered as well. Here are recommendations for those who are single and things to do on Valentine’s day for singles.