- I’d sooner repeatedly slam my plums in a kitchen drawer
Valentine’s Day. Never done it, never will.
Hateful, hateful shit. Buy someone flowers on a wet Tuesday in October because you feel like it. Take them for for dinner on a sunny Thursday in July because it feels like a good idea. Do the duvet disco with them at half six on a Saturday morning, because you can. Tell them you love them whenever you want to because, well, you love them.
Not this shit, though.
Posted 8 months agoyourguitarheroMember
I’m going to my girlfriend’s for a slube night.Posted 8 months ago
This involves filling a bathtub with water, adding a powder and turning the water into sex lube. Then getting in, having sex, doing forward rolls and laughing a lot.
Supposedly pizza too but not sure about the order therebearnecessitiesMember
Valen-what is the day before valen-whine, where folk make comment about what a con valentines day is, before declaring how happy they are during the year that they don’t need to participate in such blatant marketing drivel. I mean, have you seen how much they hike up the price of flowers?!
The wife doesn’t care either apparently, but deep down you know it would be nice to buy her something on that day so she can join in with the event; sure you hate the day but you love her, so here’s big ol’ bunch of roses and a card love. But NO! Don’t join,you’ll be a fool to the marketing con!
..and then spend many thousands of pounds on a thing to sit on and pedal because it has mildy different geometry, or £1k on fancy led day-running lights and £500 on a laptop to look at BBC news.
Meh 🙂Posted 8 months agopirahnaMember
I think this Valentines day is going to be like all the others. She get home from work and says she hasn’t bought me a card then makes sure I haven’t bought one for her. I have of course, I always do. The card will be on the kitchen worktop when she gets up in the morning, she feels guilty and buys me a card in the day. We’ve been going through this routine for 35 years.Posted 8 months agosweepyMember
I don’t know what the problem is. Pop into tesco, get card flowers and chocolates and its easy brownie points, I don’t even have to think. And I can’t go wrong cos no matter how shit it all is, it will be more than she’s done for me. And thats ok cos I don’t really care, all I wanted was the easy brownie points.Posted 8 months agohodgyndMember
Hell yeah ..(to the day .. not slamming my plums in the kitchen drawer)
I’m often told that I’m the most unromantic person in the world ..and despite the hype / cost and whatever other negativity you can think of ..this day seems to matter to my good lady and for that reason I’m in..
She already knows that I love her ..but if the card , flowers ( tulips ..not roses) & bottle of bubbly reaffirm that and make her happy ..then I’m happy too 💘Posted 8 months ago
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