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I don’t even have a valentine. I have like only 2 proper friends, everyone else doesn’t like me. Life sucks
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Well you’re in luck because you don’t need people to like you, you don’t need a valentine, it’s a made up day to enhance sales.
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lmao what's a valentine
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If u didn’t mention valentine I already forgot about it
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No worries mate I don’t even have friends so u t lucky as the guy above said
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Well yeah true life sucks, but it’s your job to make it less sucky I guess. You don’t really need people to like you. Love yourself that’s key
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I don't remember a year when people cared this much about not having valentines. Did I miss something in the build up this year?
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
Well you’re in luck because you don’t need people to like you, you don’t need a valentine, it’s a made up day to enhance sales.
Actually it isn't a made up day. Valentine was a martyr in the early Church, he was beheaded in the late third century for his faith. 14 February has been his feast-day since 496.
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Actually it isn't a made up day. Valentine was a martyr in the early Church, he was beheaded in the late third century for his faith. 14 February has been his feast-day since 496.
And that has what to do with buying chocolate and roses and unnecessary gifts for your loved one?
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And that has what to do with buying chocolate and roses and unnecessary gifts for your loved one?
my exact thought :lol:
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dw op you're in the same spot as me. i think i have really good friends online and stuff, in-real like 1 :lol:

you gotta have faith in yourself sometimes
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
And that has what to do with buying chocolate and roses and unnecessary gifts for your loved one?
Where did I say it did have anything to do with it? I was replying to your claim that it's "a made up day" - the day, not the way it's celebrated now.
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(Original post by TheNamesBond.)
And that has what to do with buying chocolate and roses and unnecessary gifts for your loved one?
Blame Chaucer. Though he didn't really care about the retail industry.
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That alright. But if you want friends then you should work out why you don't have many friends. It might be a confidence issue or something?
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First off, there ain't nothing wrong with not having a valentine. I don't have one either. Oh well, who cares. Secondly, that's two more friends than me, and guess what...Life's great!

Wanna know the secret as to how I'm happy?

One word. PERCEPTION.

External things like having a valentine or having more friends won't make you happy. It may increase that happiness a small bit, but it won't be fulfilling. True happiness comes from within. Look at everything in a positive light! Change the way you think and react to people and situations. Live in the now. Do what makes you happy. Then be f*cking free my friend.
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Where did I say it did have anything to do with it? I was replying to your claim that it's "a made up day" - the day, not the way it's celebrated now.
It’s a day where people celebrate with their loved one, it’s made up, the actual occasion, if it’s not celebrated for its actual purpose it is made up.
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Actually it isn't a made up day. Valentine was a martyr in the early Church, he was beheaded in the late third century for his faith. 14 February has been his feast-day since 496.
Woow that’s actually really interesting. But I don’t get the love aspect of Valentine’s Day? Where does that come from.
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Woow that’s actually really interesting. But I don’t get the love aspect of Valentine’s Day? Where does that come from.
He performed Christian weddings (which were illegal at the time) in secret, and it was that that eventually led to his arrest.
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He performed Christian weddings (which were illegal at the time) in secret, and it was that that eventually led to his arrest.
Oh wow that’s cool I’m going to look into it. It’s actually really cool
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