It’s February once more, and Valentine’s Day has just come and gone. For some, the occasion meant a special date with a significant other; for others, it signified the perfect time to send their crushes anonymous gifts or notes. Still, for a good number of people, it was just another ordinary day on the calendar.
But what if, instead of what actually happened, you were given the opportunity to experience your ideal Valentine’s Day? What would it be like? Here are the ways in which some would want to enjoy the fourteenth of February:
“I’d like to spend Valentine’s with my significant other in the place we first met—our high school.”
2 BS Computer Science
“I don’t celebrate it, but if I do, I’d probably just be eating like usual. :))”
4 BS Computer Science
“My ideal V-Day would simply be a day I get to spend time with the people who make me feel loved and make me the happiest. And I’m really lucky to say my Valentine’s Day this year is looking very ideal.”
2 BS Management of Applied Chemistry
“Finding a Valentine’s date #readytomingle”
1 BS Computer Science
“I would spend it just chilling with an SO—good food, some guitar, a trip to Tagaytay or Baguio. ☺”
3 BS Computer Science
“Staying at home and playing with my Bae-Station.”
2 BS/MS Computer Science
“Spending good quality time with my family, friends or finally getting to talk to that special person. ;)”
Carlo Luis De Guzman
4 BS Computer Science
“This is about as pretentious as it gets: surprising my significant other with a box of chocolates and flowers at their place, then snuggling under some blankets with the aircon on and watching some sappy rom-com movies while sipping on hot cocoa. It sounds as superfluous as anything, but I’ve always wanted to spoil my loved one in a way like that.”
2 BS Management, Major in Communications Technology Management
In spite of the romantic possibilities that Valentine’s brings, there are still a few who choose to kick back with friends or spend it alone instead. Those who do ascribe to the idea of dates go for the chill, simple kinds. It seems that for many, Valentine’s Day really is about spending time with the people or person you care about.
What do you think? Would you spend Valentine’s Day the same way?