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Tuesday, 20 January 2015

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WIN a Cadburys Valentine Treasure Box!


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247 comments:

  1. I don't really celebrate it.. sometimes we have a romantic meal at home

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  2. I'm a single mum to four so I just cook something nice for my little ones and bake them some heart shaped shortbread! They usually make me a card and 'pick' me some flowers out of our garden lol! Bless them - I love them all!

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  3. Well this year we are taking the kids away for the weekend lol x

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  4. I'm single so I treat it as any other day xxx

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  5. cards and a little present each :)

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  6. We usually have a takeaway as have the kids then go for a meal on another day as so expensive

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  7. I'm a bit long in the tooth for all that romance stuff, especially with the wife ;)

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  8. my OH cooks me steak & chips, my favourite :)

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  9. no i don't celebrate its just another day,

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  10. Meal out without kids

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  11. Meal out withput the kids

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  12. We just send each other a card.

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  13. I usually cook a meal but this year with it being on a Saturday I might try for a night out with my fella if we can get a babysitter x

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  14. My hubby nips out for a takeaway when the kids have gone to bed.

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  15. my hubby always cooks me a nice meal

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  16. We swap cards and a small gift and usually have a nice meal at home :)

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  17. Im single but I will buy my daughter a valentines present

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  18. We have a take away and that's about it

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  19. normally a meal in with hubby, but I think we will go out this yr as its a sat night

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  20. With my Children and Husband :) We go out Pizza hut Childrens choice x

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  21. Sometimes we go for a meal or we have a takeaway

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  22. Cinema or theatre and a meal!

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  23. Our Daughter was born on Valentine's Day so it is always her special day

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  24. Steak and wine

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  25. A single red rose with a black ribbon tied around it, every year, my wife is a big fan of Phantom of the Opera :)

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  26. I cook and clean and shout at the kids......haha

    We sometimes give each other a little present but after 11 years together we dont bother too much x

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  27. I gave up trying to celebrate it when I realised my hubby wasn't going to reciprocate the idea.

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  28. A small pressie for hubby and a nice meal out.

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  29. I usually buy myself some chocolate from my husband....

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  30. We both make a lovely meal together and like last year will involve our little boy and some family time with my partners nanny as it's her birthday!

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  31. Usually a bottle of wine and a good meal at home. Lots of snuggles after x

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  32. Don't really celebrate it. Not even wasting money on a card!

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  33. We really don't go in for the traditional Valentine's Day but sometimes use it as an excuse to get out into the countryside for the day, or make a great dinner at home.

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  34. Celebrating with my girlfriend by having a nice meal

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  35. Just a card as its two days after my birthday

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  36. We usually enjoy a special meal at home with all the family.

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  37. we just get each other a card we do bother with it really.

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  38. small romantic presents, large romantic meal!

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  39. been married so long now we don't bother

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  40. I cook my wonderful hubby a special meal - candles, posh table setting, chocs, wine .the works :)

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  41. We normally grab a takeaway, a bottle of wine and watch a movie :) x

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  42. we don't really, but I love to get my daughters a love heart gingerbread or sonmething like that from the bakers :)

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  43. I don't celebrate but I'm open to offers!

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  44. I don't celebrate but I'm open to offers.

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  45. I never have I'm afraid - not a misery though I'm quite happy for everyone else to

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  46. I used to spend V day with friends who I loved as I think Love is universal. I prefer to make my own special days to celebrate as it means more then a day where everyone is "just because".

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  47. a special meal I make at home or a picnic x

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  48. I am married but My Husband and I dont bother as thats what our anniversary is for x

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  49. With two little boys its hard to find the time for romance, but we do exchange gifts and my hubby sometimes treats me by the cooking the tea!!! ha

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  50. my partner cooks me a nice meal at home rather than going out on Valentine's night as can be very expensive.

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  51. We used to go out but i now make a meal for us both.

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  52. It really depends on if hubby is home (he works away) as the kids have got a little older we tend to plan a nice meal out if we can

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  53. normally just have a nice meal at home- the hubby thinks hes being romantic by making a bacon sandwich for breakfast- so i normally get that :) this will be our first as husband and wife.

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  54. Last year I cooked a surprise meal, no plans yet for this year!

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  55. Normally we just exchange a card (Laura Jeffs)

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  56. we don't celebrate valentines day as my husband always has to work that day, so I always feel a little left out

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  57. we can't afford to celebrate it at the moment as it's 3 days before our youngest's birthday!

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  58. Usually go out for a meal

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  59. We just have a homecooked candlelit meal we made together

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  60. married for 20 yrs, so not really one for me, but I look forward to seeing what my children both do for their new partners

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  61. we don't really celebrate valentines day :-(

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  62. we don't celebrate I have a totally unromantic man

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  63. We usually have both children at home so tend to just grab a takeaway valentines weekend and watch a dvd at home. Its less expensive that way too! xx

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  64. We just tend to get the M&S meal deal and enjoy a nice meal at home.

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  65. We never do - it is just another day

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  66. Been together forty years, never celebrated Valentines Day

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  67. We tend to fin something music related. It's a nice night out and gives us some quality time! x

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  68. we never get time now we have kids

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  69. We usually get each other a small gift but we don't really go overboard for Valentines

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  70. We don't really celebrate it, to be honest!

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  71. We don't treat it any differently than a normal loved-up day lol!

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  72. I've been with my partner for 17 years, and we've never really bothered, but I did get him a card last year, I couldn't resist it! It said 'You might be a nob, but I like you anyway!' Irresistible!

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  73. This year will be my second Valentines day with my partner, and normally one of us cooks the other a nice meal, (all three courses) and we watch some horror films together. In my eyes, there is no better way to spend the day!

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  74. don't really do anything special :(

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  75. We dont really go out as we have a family but i try and make a nice dinner

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  76. I usually bake a cake and we just enjoy the day together

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  77. Nice meal at home if anything. One year my OH ran me a bath and let me listen to Michael Buble loudly for ages. Never happened again!

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  78. A nice meal at home if anything. One year my OH let me listen to Michael Buble loudly for ages whilst I soaked in the bath. Never happened again!

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  79. With an M&S Meal for 2 and a glass of bubbly!!

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  80. A nice meal if anything. I try to do some Valentine's related activities with my LO but nothing special with OH!

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  81. We don't bother anymore - I love my hubby, he loves me and we tend to make more of an event over our wedding anniversary

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  82. we don't but try to surprise eachother throughout the year @msedollyp

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  83. i normally cook a 3 course meal, but my partner has never bought/given me anything. this is our 12th valentines this year.maybe this year haha

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  84. Out for a meal if we remember to book, cinema, and exchanging of gifts.

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  85. It tends to be a M&S fine in for £10! Who said love never dies lol

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  86. I don't celebrate valentines day

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  87. We tend to buy a bag of sweeties for each other

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  88. Now we have children we are lucky if we remember to get each other a card!

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  89. We usually just exchange cards

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  90. We don't celebrate it but sometimes I feel compelled to buy my other half a bottle of wine :)

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  91. At home with my hubby - set the table nice and cook a meal together

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  92. Its different every year - Sometimes at home with my son or if its the weekend a nice meal or show at theatre! :)

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  93. I dont do valentines day. x

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  94. We dont. I show love every day not just on one day of the year

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  95. We get small gifts (like chocolate) and have a nice meal (either at home or out). We'll probably get our 2 year old a small treat, also.

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  96. I'm single, but I usually buy my daughter a sweet treat of some sort in a heart shape.

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  97. A night in with takeaway and swap jokey presents.

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  98. We don't celebrate it-why save the romance for one particular day?!

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  99. Just something quiet at home and we give cards and presents.

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  100. I cook dinner and we have a nice lazy evening and eat loads of chocolate :)

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  101. I don't! Short of wishing a happy one to my best friend, who lives in Estonia where Valentine's is actually about friends!

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  102. don't celebrate it, I really don't like feeling like you have to do something. Still do 'romantic' things at other times though.
    @fionaseaeagle

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  103. with having 3 children, we don't get chance to go out, so we stay at home.

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  104. I don't celebrate but that is probably because I am a sad singleton, if I had an other half I'd definitely love to celebrate with chocolate! :)

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  105. Dinner and a movie

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  106. we celebrate with love chocs and a movie :)

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  107. a weekend away in london with theatre and dinner :)

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  108. Will be my first time properly celebrating it as I've just got my first girlfriend! Already booked a table at a French restaurant

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  109. A good rom-com and a bottle of wine, after a nice dinner.

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  110. usually a takeaway but this year waiting for our little girl to arrive :)

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  111. Rachael Pilkington6 February 2015 at 13:13

    We usually go out for a nice meal and then watch a movie together

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  112. My husband is working so I'm spending it with my gorgeous 2 month old little girl, getting myself Chinese!x

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  113. My husband is working so I'm spending it with our 2 month old little girl and getting myself a Chinese!

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  114. With a special home cooked meal for two.

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  115. A nice meal and a good film with hubby.

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  116. Don't really do anything

    @oneisjamie

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  117. It tends to be low key in our house. Hubby and I exchange cards and we usually get heart shaped biscuits or something for dessert :)

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  118. We have a candle lit meal at home.

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  119. A home cooked meal and a bottle of wine

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  120. This is our first valentines day as a married couple, so we're gonna make it lots of fun! Hopefully off to London for the weekend :)

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  121. it's my boyfriends birthday on valentines day so we tend to focus on that. usually we'd just wait til the kids are in bed and do an m&s dine in meal & watch a film

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  122. i go out for a meal with my partner - lots of food!!

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  123. We keep it low key: we stay home, the mister cooks his 'famous' lasagne and then we watch Lady & The Tramp in our PJs whilst munching on american sweets and cookies :)

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  124. We used to go out for a meal but now, with two small kids its easier to get a takeaway.

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  125. Normally with a dvd, bottle of bubbly and a curry

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  126. spending the day with the person i love

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  127. we dont celebrate it, with money as it is we cant afford anything, i somethimes make him a card (but not one that anyone else could see ;) but we dont do anything or buy anything :( maybe one day

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  128. we dont really do Valentines day - so just cards

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  129. Before I leave for work, I'll leave chocolates, a card & a dozen red roses for Bev to find when she wakes up. And, in the evening, I'll cook her a nice steak meal.

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  130. Yes plz I love chocolate

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  131. We don't celebrate Valentines day, we are always having special little days throughout the year where we do something nice for each other.

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  132. We normally have a cosy night in with a lovely indian take away and a good movie :)

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  133. We just give each other a card. It would be nice if my hubby was a bit more romantic.... I used to make more of an effort romance-wise but it was one way so I don't bother now! Still, he is good in other ways.

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  134. A nice meal in an expensive restaurant

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  135. We normally just have a nice meal,but this year we are going away for the weekend!

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  136. Maybe get some take away & watch a film once the little ones gone to bed.

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  137. We don't really do much at all apart from a card! My mother in law reminds my husband to get me flowers.
    Where's the romance! haha!

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  138. Romantic dinner with my husband x

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  139. Rather than buying each other gifts, we put some money in our holiday fund, for later in the year.

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  140. We don't usually bother much. Just a card.

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  141. We just have a quiet evening together at home with a nice meal then just relaxing

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  142. at home, best way to be personal and just with the ne you love xxx

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  143. We send each other cards and a small gift each.

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  144. I don't think you should need a day to show someone you love them

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  145. We might have a nice meal at home, but nothing more than that

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  146. Don't have a significant other but celebrating it a month later (on 14 March) by meeting a fav rockstar. Can't wait. :)

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  147. I'm single at mo so wont be celebrating. All the more 4 me If I win.xx

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  148. Don't do Valentines really, we might have a bottle of wine.

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  149. I always buy flowers and chocolates for my partner!

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  150. Candle light dinner with my partner, champagne and chocolate!

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  151. The traditional way – with the lights down low, an intimate candlelit dinner followed by an equally romantic dinner. We're true old romantics!

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  152. Depends if we've got a babysitter as to whether we celebrate at home or out!

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  153. I don't celebrate since i'm single

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  154. quiet night at home with chocolate :)

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  155. Wine and a meal at home with my hubby

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  156. A meal at home and a cuddle on the sofa watching a film

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  157. Exchange cards but that's all.

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  158. I'm single so don't celebrate it.

    @jaizduck

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  159. As a single mum the kids and I have a movie night and 'pickie bits' with popcorn. Who needs red roses and popcorn when you have fab kids.

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  160. We normally celebrate with a nice meal at home but as Valentine's Day is a Saturday this year, I will be at work from 12-8pm and I'll be on my feet all day so will be happy with an early night :)

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  161. well my hubby will be leaving for work at 7 and doenst finish til 6 and i have my voluntary job running the young archaeologist clue in Poole so we will celebrate on Sunday on our day off by having a nice relaxing day together which we rarely get, a nice lie in a lovely brunch and a few good movies in the afternoon

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  162. Spend time with loved one.

    Rachel Craig

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  163. a nice night in with a lovely meal and a dvd.

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