Reasons Why Valentine’s Day sucks

  1. Let’s call it what it is. It is the basis for God-fearing consumer holidays

Money makes the world go round, and this is reflected in Valentine’s Day. More than a month after Christmas, retailers noticed that our bank accounts had been suspended during the holidays and needed another reason to drag you to their stores. That’s where Valentine’s Day comes. A holiday filled with love may not be a lonely one, but it is also not a breakup.

  1. You can’t go out and have dinner because virtually everyone present is menstruating, which makes googly eyes meet

All you wanted was to go out, get a drink and have a good dinner, because, why? You are not married, and you love it. However, this is Valentine’s Day, and that’s not how things work. While everyone is trying to enjoy their romantic dinner, the only thing that takes their eyes off some of their most important ones is you as they throw a look your way.

  1. Cupid is a strange thing

Lowkey, the fact that a child who shoots people with arrows is a random mascot.

  1. Secret lovers… what if not

I know, there is no such thing as Valentine’s Day and love as when an unsuspecting girl receives flowers and sweets by mail from a stranger. But really, think about it. KUYINDIDA. More Stalkerish? …

  1. The cards people give out are overpowering

There is no such thing as a love card like a Hallmark card received by some 20,000 women, written by a guy whose whole job is to match things with “you.”

  1. You can’t have a bad day

Do you have a bad church? Have you been fired? Do you have a cold? Do you have three tests? It doesn’t matter. You should pretend to be happy because everyone is happy, and if you are not happy just like that, then you are a little person because you are not happy on Valentine’s Day for any reason.

  1. Falling the victim of jealousy

You are happy to be single, and you know that from the bottom of your heart. That doesn’t matter today because you are jealous of all the other people who post pictures with their gifts and their dinners. Your part just wants it to fail, but don’t worry, you’re not alone. The holiday brings the worst of all single people.

  1. Sweden…

Picture the scene. It’s February, you’re sticking to your New Year’s resolution and you haven’t eaten candy in a month. Now, throw all that out the window for Valentine’s Day, and you’ll be a forced candy and candy for days.

  1. It starts at a young age and does not get better

I don’t care who you are, but almost every one of us has some kind of bad Valentine’s memories from school. You remember those good days when you didn’t get valentine on the lamp, but others in the class did. Certainly. Valentine’s nightmare takes you as a child, and the cycle never ends.

  1. If you make love so special that day, what else every day?

Should not every day you have with your significant other be a special day? No, according to Valentine’s Day, because according to the rules of the holiday, it should be one of the best days of your relationship every year.

  1. Really “Make all your lonely friends feel a bad day”

Yes, there are people who hate Valentine’s Day because they are lonely and want to be in a relationship. On the other hand, there are a lot of people who are single and in love, so why should they feel bad about the wrong holiday and worry about it? Yes, every year, some couples and their advertising campaigns find a way to do just that.

  1. There are always showoffs

It says you get your day on Valentine’s Day. There are still ways to be sad and crazy at the end of the day. Even after you buy that special person flowers and chocolates, we all know that there will be that couple who try their best to show their love. You know, that person who buys a $ 500 teddy bear with sweets and fourteen roses, trying to make everyone feel like they don’t even have to try?

  1. Trying to be a good friend if you just want to drink…

We all want to be happy with our friends and to see them happy with their Valentine should do just that. However, they often do the opposite, making us jealous of their successful relationship and the lowkey they hate. At the end of the day, after seeing hundreds of Valentine’s posts on social media and receiving a lot of text messages from “What are you doing tonight”, you find yourself turning off your phone, watching Netflix and drinking a whole bottle of wine.

  1. Inability to go wild in bars

I’ll keep this short. If you’re a black person in the barn on Valentine’s Day, it’s sad, clear and easy. Everyone will look at you with judgment because you look like a depressed, lonely, helpless person who walks home alone that night. Don’t give them that satisfaction even if that was the end of your night plans.

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