So its valentines day I’m gonna play nice since at heart i really am a romantic but lets be fair
#ValentinesTransfirDeadlineDay was trending on twitter yesterday. If were all honest we know there was alot of people making those last minute movements to get someone to be with for today just so they wouldn’t be by themselves. Is that what valentines has come to? Women wanting someone to take them out for the sake of it and men just looking for the women who is just going to give it up.
If were realistic certain guys are taking girls out today spending money on them and at the end of the night its gonna be like suarez and evra not even a handshake then the next day they will be back in the friend zone. Remember what chris rock said “women keep their platonic friends around forever, why? because you never know”. Valentines is one of those never know situations, if shes single she don’t know if she gonna have someone to take her out on valentines while all her friends are with their significant others. Lucky for her she’s got a guy trying to push that transfer request through before the deadline the day before valentines thinking if he can sweet talk her enough and then spend some cash on her hes guaranteed a smash. Silly rabbit tricks are for kids. These will be the same guys up in the barber shop talking that ” i ain’t spending money on no chick” shit every other day. Apparently valentines is a special day that make these guys go against the things they were saying the previous weekend. Power of the pussy aye.
This isn’t to take away from the people who actually want to spend time with the ones that they love on valentines day the real believers in romance, who just want to see thier other half smile being happy rather then just get it in
not that they dont want to get it in . What I’m saying is what happened to the romance and the magic of valentines day? The fact that valentines was meant to be about love. When did it start to be as driven by sex as it by commercial promotion?
Love is the condition in which the happiness of another person is essential to your own.
–Robert A. Heinlein