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Legend has it Valentine was an Italian bishop who lived about the same time as the priest Valentine. He was imprisoned because he secretly married couples, against the laws of the Roman emperor. Back to Article

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money maker swag
money maker swag wrote:
2011-02-02 11:54:08 -0800

I NEED ME ANOTHER BOYFRIEND BECUSE I ON TO THE NEXT ONE

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teairrah
teairrah wrote:
2011-02-02 10:54:53 -0800

i lov v-day

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MNRKAgentSmithy
MNRKAgentSmithy wrote:
2011-02-02 10:38:13 -0800

Valentines Day is only good if you have a girlfriend/boyfriend.

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kayla2pretty
kayla2pretty wrote:
2011-02-02 10:36:46 -0800

love valentines day

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-Majestic.Miracle
-Majestic.Miracle wrote:
2011-02-02 10:16:40 -0800

I don't really like Valentines Day .....

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cookiemonster12_1682348
cookiemonster12_1682348 wrote:
2011-02-02 10:15:21 -0800

i like holloween better cookies!!!! :P

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mrs mindless
mrs mindless wrote:
2011-02-02 10:05:05 -0800

V day is the best day duhh

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collin99
collin99 wrote:
2011-02-02 09:21:34 -0800

awesomeeee

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Little Miss Awesome123
Little Miss Awesome123 wrote:
2011-02-02 09:09:19 -0800

Valentines Day is my b-day so I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!! Big Grin

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geekedup247
geekedup247 wrote:
2011-02-02 09:09:11 -0800

I like getting soft GIANT teddy bears and roses. (: But I don't like when some dude I really don't like gives me stuff...What am I suppose 2 say "I'm not gonna take that, your ugly"? ):

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luzu1
luzu1 wrote:
2011-02-02 09:08:07 -0800

awesome

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flowertam
flowertam wrote:
2011-02-02 08:59:12 -0800

i think that i like it

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sticky 10
sticky 10 wrote:
2011-02-02 07:36:02 -0800

V day is the best day evr..its the tyme for love

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Do You Have a Valentine?

  • Yeah, I *heart* my Valentine.
  • No. I'm flying solo this year.
  • I'm working on it!
  • Valentine's Day is way too commercialized for me.

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