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Hey everyone! I wanted to know how your valentines day was. Let me tell you about mine,I had a GREAT time and guess what? My boyfriend proposed to me and we are getting married! Im engaged!Im so happy! I would like to know how all of you had your valentines day.
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That's great! I'm happy that you're happy, and I wish the two of you the best of days, months and years to come.

My Valentine's Day was less than stellar, as I have been dealing with some mean bullying type kids at school. It was the day of Love and I had never felt more hated.

However, a nice surprise came when good ole guy friend called me up and asked if he could come over for a while, mentioning that he had picked me up something =D

My friend came over and we spent the night together, talking, playing darts, eating pizza and marshmellows. He gave me chocolate, which I love, and a cute stuffed kitten I named Cheddar because he's orange. He also wrote me an impromptu cheer-up-you're-awesome poem just before coming to my house because when he called I picked up the phone crying and he could sense how upset I was.

If it weren't for my friend I would have had a terrible night!

"It's something
but in the end is right
i hope you had the
time of your life"

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I never understand how people can be so mean on Valentine's day.

I got a nice present and dinner from my boyfriend, but the really great thing was finding out that his family really likes me. His sister (who lives in another state) sent some jewelry for me, his mother knit me a hat, and I found out that his little cousin has cut all the hair on her Barbie dolls really short after meeting me (my hair's about an inch long). It really made me feel accepted.

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I found out that his little cousin has cut all the hair on her Barbie dolls really short after meeting me (my hair's about an inch long).

Okay, that's about the cutest thing of all time.

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Aw! That's great! I'm so happy for you!! Hopw all goes well for the both of you!!

My V-day was fun. I went to school as normal and had to withstand all the girls giggling and toating around teddy bears, chocolate, and balloons that read "I love you!"

After that, I couldn't wait to see my guy. I had already gone a week without see him, so I was bursting to see him! We didn't go out to eat, as there wouldn't be a restaurant in town that wasn't PACKED to the brim. We went to Starbucks (which was ALSO packed -__0), and then went to his house and hung out to watch House.

Now, I'm not really one for gifts and all that on V-Day. I could really care less about all that. I love being with my boyfriend, and that's all I care about on Valentine's. That's what it is for me: him. The point of the holiday is to appreciate your partner/friends. Everyone spazes that "OMG, your boyfriend doesn't get you CHOCOLATE AND PRESENTS? What kind of boyfriend IS HE, anyway?!" I'm sitting there thinking, "A great, caring person, and I couldn't care less for all those things."

I don't need gifts and candy to feel appreciated. Sorry, I ranted.

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My Valentine's Day celebration has been pushed back to this coming sister was in town this week and my boyfriend and I were really busy so we decided to take the whole day together on Sunday. I did, however, get him a card and his favourite kind of chocolate bar, and he gave me an awesome back massage.

I really don't understand the whole "must have gifts/flowers/teddy bears/candy/whatever" mentality. Valentine's Day is about spending time with people you love, not about how many roses you get. I'm just glad that I got to see my sister and I get to spend lots of time with my boyfriend doing things we enjoy.

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We had our v-day celebration early. Last Saturday night. We went out to dinner to a fancy resturant. We got dolled up. I got my hair done, and etc. It was a wonderful time. He also got me 12 roses and a card. It was very sweet. I just got him what he asked for.. new pj pants, and some new dvds. On Tuesday, I gave him a really long romantic letter. I had candles lit, and I was in a sexy lingerie. *wink* *wink* Hehe. It was our first v-day living together. We've celebrated 5 v-days as a couple now though.

I wonder how v-day 2007 will be. By then we'll have been married for 8 months (getting married this May). Hehe


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I love Valentine's Day! It's such a fun, sweet holiday. Mine this year wasn't exactly fantastic, but it was still nice. I did hang out with a crush of mine, though we're not technically together. We chatted and ate chocolate. :) Also, we had parties in most of my classes, and even though I got a little sick from all the candy, I still had a good time. All in all it was a good day.
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i had a pretty good Val's Day. I was sitting at my desk at work, staring at and eating some pasta, and the secretary comes up and says "You have a delivery." I looked up, and there was my boyfriend, holding a pair of teddy bears. That's no small feat considering it's more than an hour's drive from his house to my office, which he has never seen except from the freeway, so I guess he must've found one of my business cards to have gotten the address. I took him to lunch, then realized i left my wallet at the office.

Later that night, I took a friend out on a girl date. She was seeing someone, but he totally bailed on her, so now he's dumpsville. At least she had a good time.

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