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    (Original post by Roobsa)
    what you should do is pretend you're going to the game then surprise her on valentines day at her house.
    This is my suggestion too, :woo:
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    hell i would be going with my bf

    football>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>a ****** commercialised day

    i dont get the big deal with val day tbh, the first and second with my bf were a big deal cause they were the first ones that i had a bf for but now we hardly even get each other a card

    a day of forced romance = *****
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    Have a Valentines celebration on the day before AND on the day after..
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    How long have you guys been together? Do you usually celebrate Valentine's day?

    Believe it or not, there are girls who don't believe in all that rubbish either. Valentine's day is just another day, if you want to go to the football and she says it's alright then there's a chance it's really alright and she doesn't mind. If she's upset, then it's up to her to talk to you about it, isn't it?
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    If its the Southampton Portsmouth match, go to it.
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    I'm just glad United aren't playing that Sunday if I had bought a ticket though I'd definitely choose football over her, sorry bbz
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Just to clear it up, I'm not playing (I'm not good enough :p:). I mean going to watch a game lol.
    Then why the **** are you even asking this, watching a game of football possibly taking precedence over seeing your girlfriend on valentines, hmmm
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    (Original post by tinktinktinkerbell)
    a day of forced romance = *****
    it's not forced. it's a tradition much like christmas. i guess you celebrate that every year don't you?
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    (Original post by Roobsa)
    it's not forced. it's a tradition much like christmas. i guess you celebrate that every year don't you?
    what i mean by forced is, its a day we are basically told be romantic, get your gf flowers/chocs/a teddy, take her out for a romantic dinner

    etc etc etc


    christmas is different, thats something ive celebrated every single year for 28 years, yes thats tradition, valentines day isnt
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    Obviously football. Bro's before hoes and all of that.
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    Well I'm ditching my boyfriend to see my grannie in Scotland.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Bit hard for us both to go. Its an away game, and you will only be able to get a ticket if your a season ticket holder. And it could well end up being a "bubble" game too.
    Where to? Bring her along anyway, if you cant get her a ticket book her a massage in a hotel or something, then she can relax, have a pamper and after the game the two of you can spend the night at the hotel and be all romantic
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    (Original post by bourney)
    If its the Southampton Portsmouth match, go to it.
    Haha beat me too it. Especially considering this year will be Portsmouths last in the cup before going into administration
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    I would be bothered by it.
    She probably wants you to want to spend time with her instead of the football,
    but doesn't want to tell you what to do.
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    it depends...isn't there another physical activity you can do on valentines day for 90 minutes?
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    Do both
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    To sum up:

    Football > GF
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    (Original post by tropical-twist3)
    Where to? Bring her along anyway, if you cant get her a ticket book her a massage in a hotel or something, then she can relax, have a pamper and after the game the two of you can spend the night at the hotel and be all romantic
    I'm hesitant to say, because it will make it even more obvious to her that its me. But it is in London.

    As I said though, if it does end up being a bubble trip, then it will be a coach from our home stadium to the stadium for the game, then a coach right back after the game. Travelling to or from the game any other way (without special permission from the club / police) and you could be arrested. And tbh, I couldn't afford a hotel or B&B or whatever in London anyway.

    (Original post by missimpossible)
    How long have you guys been together? Do you usually celebrate Valentine's day?

    Believe it or not, there are girls who don't believe in all that rubbish either. Valentine's day is just another day, if you want to go to the football and she says it's alright then there's a chance it's really alright and she doesn't mind. If she's upset, then it's up to her to talk to you about it, isn't it?
    Been together less than a year, so no valentines day yet. I know there's the chance that she really does think its ok and doesn't mind. But its also the chance that she is just saying it, and she really doesn't want me to go.
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    go to the match but prepare her a pampering pressie before you go - bubble bath candles dvd etc so she can treat herself and maybe go for dinner / get takeaway on your way back
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    Can you not take her with you?
    I'd want to go with if that was me lol
    Or is she not a football fan?
 
 
 
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