Hailed in:Hell's Kitchen
Hails from:Long Island
Dude, it's only January. I am not thinking about that. I always dread Valentine's Day, so I can't give you any advice. Why don't you give me advice, huh? I've gone out with this girl twice now, what does that oblige me to do for Valentine's Day? Do I have to take her out? I don't want to have to spend all kinds of money on her, but I do want to fuck her. Can I do that without taking her out?
Hailed in:Times Square
Hails from:Puerto Rico
I guess I'm going to take my girlfriend out somewhere. I don't know where. I'll see what she wants to do. If we do anything it probably won't be on Valentine's Day, though. I want to work that night since it's a good night to make money. Maybe, depending on my shift, I'll take her out before I start or the next night I'm off.
Hailed in:West Village
Valentine's Day is a load of shit, made up by companies to trick you into buying diamonds. And women go along with it, think they're entitled. Last year I told my girl, â�‚��œinstead of going out my gift is to screw you nonstop all day.' She was pissed.
Well I'm not celebrating Valentine's Day because I don't have a sweetheart. If I did, I'd do something simple, like dinner, since the point is loving her, not doing something.
Oh, I'll probably do the same thing I do every year: buy the wife some chocolates and call it a day. Trust me, once you've been married as long as I have, 32 years, you stop going all out. It's nice to have a day where the whole point is to not take your husband or wife for granted, but that doesn't mean you gotta buy her a diamond.