<3 Tomorrow is the day? <3

<p>So who here is going to be alone tomorrow? Or do you have someone to spend the day with?</p>

<p>[something you should all care about but probably don’t/TMI]</p>

<p>My girlfriend of three years. I’m not buying her anything, and she bought me a bottle of contact solution because mine ran out. We’ll probably have sex or something. </p>

<p>[/something you should all care about but probably don’t/TMI]</p>

<p>Tomorrow is Monday, so I’ll be with everybody, but with nobody at the same. Not that im being depressed about it haha i couldn’t care less. Who needs a beau at age 15?</p>

<p>Man, for a second-- I thought you were talking about college decisions. Oh, Valenties day, eeh, its not important. I’m putting a love is not real poster up on my locker , though. That should be some fun.</p>

<p>Who gives a **** about Valentines Day?</p>

<p>^Girls. And Hallmark.</p>



<p>HAHAHAH. sorry. that made me laugh.</p>

<p>I’m with MIT.</p>

<p>Just a note…
even if I had a girlfriend I still would not give a ****.</p>

<p>Hallmark makes millions off of this day.</p>

<p>And you’re a girl. You don’t work part time at Hallmark, do you?</p>

<p>Maybe I’ll give my friends some Hershey’s Kisses.</p>

<p>Oh, and maybe throw myself into the Chicago River.
(JK, obviously :p)</p>

<p>I’m just wondering…how come there are only haters or lovers tomorrow…?</p>

<p>@Jones Were you talking to me? Because I am a boy…idk why people think the opposite…Wesly is not a girl’s name…</p>

<p>^Lawl, I was talking to nil desperandum, but MIT posted in between and I never edited my post.</p>

<p>Hmm, is the Chicago river particularly good for swimming tis time of year?</p>

<p>Ugh, I hate couples. I hate the fake idealized nonsense that stands as llove these day. Man, love is nonexistant. </p>

<p>" Americans probably began exchanging hand-made valentines in the early 1700s. In the 1840s, Esther A. Howland began to sell the first mass-produced valentines in America.</p>

<p>According to the Greeting Card Association, an estimated one billion valentine cards are sent each year, making Valentine’s Day the second largest card-sending holiday of the year. (An estimated 2.6 billion cards are sent for Christmas.)</p>

<p>Approximately 85 percent of all valentines are purchased by women. In addition to the United States, Valentine’s Day is celebrated in Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France, and Australia."</p>

<p>And so you have it.</p>

<p>Oh you were talking to me, Harry Jones? No, I don’t work at Hallmark. But I think it would be a great buisness idea to create Anti-Valentine Cards. </p>

<p>Messages in them
Love is not real.
Screw you, happy-go-lucky couples.
The divorce rate is ONLY rising.
You pay $50 for chocolate, buy her favorite movie, lose money by leaving work early and she still isn’t happy. I buy a woman on the street for $50. I love budgeting.</p>

<p>Better to be alone than whipped- suckerz.
Love is great. It’s even better when greeting cards make money off your love.</p>

<p>I hate soppy girls who cry at the notebook.
The Tiananmen Square Massacre was more upsetting.</p>


Don’t be bitter. Rail against Hallmark if you want, that’s better.</p>




<p>ehh. Love isn’t nonexistant. Go ask your mother if she loves you.</p>

<p>^I did she said no lol</p>

<p>I can’t ask my mom if she loves me. I’m too busy hiding from her right now. But thanks for the idea. It sounded nice. hey, I’m not being bitter. I’m just honest. But if you are in your nice love bubble feel free to ignore me.</p>