A Cynic’s Guide to Valentine’s Day

So you thought you were safe? You survived the holiday season and you were beginning to settle back into normalcy. And then… Wham! Back with the sappy commercials. Out come the gaudy decorations. The messages of material happiness are yet again bombarding our senses from every direction.

Happy Valentine’s Day.

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Thank you for sharing!

2 thoughts on “A Cynic’s Guide to Valentine’s Day

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    Carolyn Hughes says:

    True love definately comes from inside 🙂

  2. As I experience a post-Valentine’s Day hangover, brought on not by alcohol, but by endless social media pictures and updates of Valentine’s Day displays of affection and declaration of love, I thank you for sharing this!

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