If you’ve been single on Valentine’s Day you’ve undoubtedly thrown around phrases such as:
“Valentine’s Day is just a commercial gimmick to make us buy cards and chocolate.” or “Why should we have one day a year to celebrate our love for one another, you should show it every day!”
Whether you like it or not, Valentine’s Day will always happen and it will always suck for single people unless of course you have read our handy ‘Anti-Valentines Day’ guide…
Note: If you are celebrating Valentine’s Day – you are in the wrong place – see our Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas guide
Read it and weep
Lovefilm will donate £3.75 to your chosen charity with Give as you Live
Tell them how it is
Send you ex lover or previous love interest a card letting them know exactly how you feel (not actually recommended)
Notonthehighstreet.com will donate up to 4.00% of any purchase to your chosen charity with Give as you Live
Sculpt your own boyfriend
£4.99, Party Pieces
If you can’t beat them, join them. Spend Valentine’s Day evening with a glass of wine and your 50 cats carefully creating your perfect man…out of plasticine.
Party Pieces will donate up to 2.50% of any purchase to your chosen charity with Give as you Live
Don’t be single…
If next year you wouldn’t like to be single on Valentine’s Day, why not set up a profile on Match.com or eHarmony, both donate to up to £30.00 charity when you sign up from Give as you Live – what have you got to lose?