Valentine’s Day is a tradition that has spread around the world in the last few decades, becoming one of the most celebrated days of the year. Despite its popularity, it’s a day that isn’t always welcomed by everyone – in fact, some groups of people have made their disdain for Valentine’s so clear that they’ve created entirely new days that directly counter what Valentine’s is all about. These are days that are for those wanting to avoid the famous day of love, specifically for those that want to enjoy their time being single.
So you’ve been searching high and low on Tinder and OKCupid, looking for that perfect potential match. Now, at last, you’ve organised a first date. Panic! Will you be what they’re looking for? Will they be what you’re looking for? The stress is suddenly very real, and you’re wondering if you shouldn’t just call off the whole thing and avoid potential embarrassment.
For thousands of years, some people have been so desperate to find love that they turned to magic in the hope that a spell or potion on Valentine’s Day will help them meet their future partner. We cannot say whether magical powers are real or not, but we can say that there is a lot to be said about affirmations and the power of positive thinking.
Technology and new perspectives on gender and sex have had a dramatic effect on the laws of love, and it’s not so simple figuring out who pays for dinner and how long to wait to call after you get together anymore.
Dating in the modern age can be a daunting prospect. The truth is you most likely won’t find your future partner at the local bar and you should invest your time and energy elsewhere. Tinder makes it a lot easier and more convenient, but even this seem like navigating a field of landmines. Here’s how to find success with Tinder dating.
Valentines Day is a time to show that someone special in your life just how much you love them, but sometimes we get it wrong. Very, very wrong.
Take a look at some of the most inappropriate Valentines Day gifts ever, and make sure you steer clear when February comes around.
Chocolates, fluffy teddies, red roses an champagne may be the order of the day for most of us on Valentines day, but around the world there are some really unusual and very unique traditions that are also observed on the day of love…
This Japanese Valentines tradition is a weird one and involves women buying their male colleagues chocolates! Translated, the words mean ‘obligation chocolate’ and tradition dictates that women treat the men they work with on February the 14th! Continua leyendo
If you are madly in love and want to impress your other half but you’re also on a very tight budget, planning a Valentines Date might be a little tricky.
Your budget is more cream bun than caviar and you can’t afford a fancy night out but you still want to make your loved one feel special.
When it comes to bad Valentines Day presents, there are so many that could lead to a break up, rather than a night of passion.
Have you ever wished you could look into the future and find the answer to a question about your life? For thousands of years, people around the world believed that certain days of the year offered a glimpse into the future – and to some of those people, it was Valentine’s Day. Continua leyendo