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Tarix Conny's picture
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Happy Valentines Day everybody!!!!

Happy Valentines Day!!!

Firefly's picture

Same to you, Sister!

Happy Valentines Day!!!

MrDave's picture

THis is from a local radio station...and frankly I'm all for it



Every 14th of February you get the chance to display your fondness for your wife or girlfriend by showering her with gifts, flowers, dinner, shows and any other baubles that women find romantic. Secret...guys feel left out. That's right...left out. There's no special holiday for the ladies to show their appreciation for the men in their life. Men as a whole are either too proud or just too embarrassed to admit it. Which is why a new holiday has been created. March 20th is now officially "Steak & Blowjob Day." Simple, effective and self-explanatory...this holiday has been created so your ladies can have a day to show your man just how much you love him. No cards, no flowers, no special nights on the town-the name of the holiday explains it all...just a steak and a BJ. That's it. This twin pairing of Valentine's Day and Steak & Blowjob Day will usher in a new age of love as men everywhere will try THAT much harder in February to ensure a more memorable March! It's like a perpetual love machine. The word is already spreading, but as with any new idea, it needs a little push to start the ball rolling. So spread the word, and help bring love and peace to this crazy world.

Happy Valentines Day!!!

Kaarin's picture

As a fun bit of history, there's also a Roman festival today and tomorrow - which the Washington Post screwed up in its article on. :)

Feb 14-15 is the festival called the Lupercalia, and is a fertitility ritual. What would happen is if you were a strapping young nobleman, you did several things: first, you got a got and killed it. Then you smeared yourself in the blood, skinned it, and cut these strips into small whips. They would then run around the Palatine whipping the young noble women with the goat skin.

Reference to this festival is made in Shakespear's play, Julius Caesar, when Caesar is talking about his second wife being unable to conceive.

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