I had wrote a few hours ago a strain of almost incoherent ramblings of why I was not going to celebrate valentines day, and I didn’t think that people would have the reactions that they did. But not even 10 minutes after I had posted it from my iphone, I had received 2 private messages on my twitter account bashing my concept, mainly from some guy who told me that I was a dumbass because valentines day is the only day that you are pretty much assured to “get lucky” which I replied to him that for some people there are more important aspects of a relationship then “getting lucky” and that if you really care for the lady you are with you shouldn’t need a reason to be Romantic so this is More for the ladies out there what do you all think? Does this make any sense? Would stay with a guy that is only romantic one day a year, and he only is romantic because it’s expected on valentines day, and with regards to the reply to the original that I mentioned earlier, being romantic because he think it assures he’s going to “get lucky” would you stay with that guy?
Well this year I’m pretty much going out of my way not to celebrate valentines day, the entire concept is a bit absurd why is February 14th any different than any other day I bet if I were to buy a girl flowers on any other day it would mean so much more than wasting a day doing what has pretty much become expected. And why is it that this saints day is more romantic than any other, he didn’t really do anything spectacular, he was put to the death because he refused to deny his love for the princess, and according to some historians he was having an affair with her, um it’s been a whilensince Sunday school but that sounds like adultery. Why not give flowers and stupid heart shaped candies on arbor day it seems like just as good of an idea. Alright there’s my almost incoherent rambling for today.