Valentines Presents / January 11, 2019 / Shawn Mcgee
If youre determined to buy something then make sure you visit a dedicated online store such as DotComGiftShop which will have special sections for every occasion. This will save you a lot of time because you wont have to sift through thousands of things to find what youre looking for. Instead of buying one big thing maybe try picking up a few little gifts and putting together a nice package. This shows youve gone that extra mile and really put the effort in. Theres a lot to be said for Valentines Day but one of the few things that many people think is that its very expensive to find a perfect present for their partner. While its important to find something that says I love you effectively its equally important to find something thats within budget and isnt too expensive as budgets are tight for most people at the moment.
So without further ado here are the six most inappropriate movies to watch with someone you love on Valentines Day... 6. Titanic (1997). Do each other a favour. Never see a film about two folks who are far more in love than you and your Valentine will ever be. Its just uncomfortable. Even more uncomfortable than forgetting to give your sweethearts the Valentines Day presents! 5. Deep Blue Sea (1999). This is an extremely bad movie to watch on Valentines Day because of its focus on disastrous romances not to mention its generally depressing mood onscreen. It definitely doesnt create a cheerful atmosphere for the thrumming of heartstrings afterwards. And you may well find yourselves rooting for the sharks to eat the cast.
This was where young men drew young womens names from a box to commemorate their rite of passage to the god Lupercus. The chooser and chosen would then be paired for one year. These random pairings often led to marriage. The Church of course didnt like the pagan festival so Pope Galasius the bishop of Rome amended this celebration slightly. He filled the box with the names of dead saints instead of girls and allowed both men and women to draw from the box. He believed this would encourage youngsters to copy the ways of the saint for the remainder of the year. On 14th February 496 A.D. Pope Gelasius declared this day to be Saint Valentines Day an official Catholic Holiday. By the early 1700s the United States started celebrating this day of love by swapping love notes and exchanging Valentines gifts for boyfriends girlfriends wives and husbands.