I wanna make people feel the pain of losing someone by telling the entry in the first person form. And to be honest, I wanna see how many people will read up to the end of the entry and be surprised. :p
So, I Am Anti- Valentine's Day.
Don't get me wrong tho. I am NOT bitter whatsoever about Valentine's, Vday, Heart's Day or whichever, whatever, however you wanna call it.
When I was younger, especially during my teen years, I'd always wish that some guy would ask me out on a date and/or surprise me with flowers, chocolates, teddy bears, you know, all those cheesy stuff. But as I grew older, all that had changed. And I have reasons why.
- BRAGGING - Girls or SOME girls, just brag about what their bf/husband gave to them on Valentine's. There's really nothing wrong about receiving gifts on Vday, it's just, I feel like, some girls are pushing it way too much that gifts on Valentine's Day had become a competition on whose boyfriend/husband gave the biggest, grandest gift. And I also feel bad for men, Valentine's day had become a mandatory day for them to give gifts and surprise their gf/wife. I'd be a hypocrite if I tell you guys that I didn't expect anything from my bf, 'coz I did (somewhat). But it wasn't something material. :D And he did surprise me by singing a song dedicated to me (of course haha) I was touched by the gesture and that was enough. My boyfriend knows me well that him buying me flowers on Vday will not make me happy. haha But there's a gift, and for the sake of not bragging it, I am not telling anyone. =))
- EMO - Both men and women, esp women had become extra emotional. I'm just gonna quote Aris , my love's fb stat "