Valentines Presents / January 9, 2019 / Fran Petty
Irrespective of the true origin Valentines Day is an occasion to prove your enduring love to your partner and is celebrated across the globe still warming the hearts and souls of many. Valentines Day is the second best-selling card-sending day after Christmas with one billion cards sold per year! Whether you like it or not February 14th is on its way. This holiday revolves around exchanging cards and Valentines presents such as candy lingerie flowers and jewelry. But whats it all about? What do all the meals out the Valentines gifts for him and her the red roses and so on all stand for? Is it just a holiday retail stores have invented to get their hands on our hard-earned cash? Well no not exactly. In fact were celebrating a Christian Holiday Saint Valentines.
The love you feel for the person you hold dearest is no laughing matter and one most people wish to honor with a gift that will go on forever. Trawling endless shopping malls and hunting through a sea of red hearts and flowers in the run up to Valentines Day is no fun and sometimes we look for the right things in all the wrong places. Choosing a gift that has some meaning should start with knowing the right impression you want to give. You know how you feel about someone but it is not always the easiest thing to know how to express that love. Men find choosing the right Valentines gift especially difficult and tend to ask advice from department store sales staff about what to buy; not the most impartial person to ask! Take the time to think about the person you are buying for.
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.