….But I think it’s a trick ;) So instead I’m gonna make her something and then take her out to dinner and pop in a movie. Which is kinda not spending money on her as far as “stuff” goes, but it still shows her I’ve got the appreciation. Think it’s good? What are you all doing today if you celebrate the V Day? Have you ever told your loved one not to buy you anything, and then they listen and it gets weird? Haha… Let’s hear some stories!
PS: Good movies for coupling: The Notebook, PS: I Love you.
PPS: Good movies for non-Valentine’s coupling: Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Usual Suspects
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