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    what do girls prefer 4 valentines day, a single rose, or a bunch or red roses? or something different? or whats ur fave flower, because i dont have much knowledge on that topic.
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    pansies.
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    Bunch of red roses > single rose.

    Although ofcourse, roses are such a cliche...it's better if you know the girl's favourite flower and get her those - it's more personal that way and shows you put in some effort.
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    I'd say a single red rose has more meaning and significance than a bunch of red roses.
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    bouquet. I prefer white roses though.
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    Bouquets most definitely :love:

    :flowers:
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    A single rose is v romantic :love:
    But a big bouquet is lovely and luxurious too!
    My favourite flowers are roses and daisies and sunflowers and jasmine :heart:
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    (Original post by BunnyS:))
    A single rose is v romantic :love:
    This too. :yep:
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    A single red rose, although, you should get a certain number.

    eg.
    Been together three months- get three roses.
    Been together two years- get two roses.

    Just mho.
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    I love Fresia's - they smell divine. I wouldn't expect any man to remember that though lol.
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    HOW ABOUT getting one red rose for your romantic interest, giving it to them the first time you see them on valentines...then giving them a massive bunch later I actually think that's a good plan!
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    (Original post by Little_missy01)
    what do girls prefer 4 valentines day, a single rose, or a bunch or red roses? or something different? or whats ur fave flower, because i dont have much knowledge on that topic.
    I'm a guy, and I Will always make my V day special, by givng a girl a single white rose followed by a red one, (Cute ha?)
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    Yeah - id go with a whole different type of flower, if you really must. Something like the Bird of paradise flower is pretty wild and makes a good statement.
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    (Original post by ecokid)
    Yeah - id go with a whole different type of flower, if you really must. Something like the Bird of paradise flower is pretty wild and makes a good statement.
    err...its so spiky and orange!
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    Yellow Carnations...








    MUAHAHAH!
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    Yellow Carnations...
    they remind me of weddings, and the family memebrs attach it 2 their pocket or dress.
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    I'd say 1 rose is more meaningful and makes more of a statement than a bouquet. A bouquet just looks like you're trying to buy her affection and also puts her down because you spent a lot on her. Not good.
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    (Original post by Little_missy01)
    they remind me of weddings, and the family memebrs attach it 2 their pocket or dress.


    Well they're supposed to mean disdain or rejection, so I don't know what weddings you've been going to :p:
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)


    Well they're supposed to mean disdain or rejection, so I don't know what weddings you've been going to :p:
    pure evilness haha
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    I actually think a single one is more romantic, I don't know why :dontknow: there's just something about a big bunvh that seems really contrived, whereas a guy handing me one red rose :blush:
 
 
 
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