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09 Jan

As novelist Joan Bauer put it “It was bad enough not having a boyfriend for New Year's Eve.

Now I had to cope with Valentine datelessness, feeling consummate social pressure from every retailer in America who stuck hearts and cupids on their windows by January second to rub it in.” It seems as though every year there is more and more hype around Valentine’s Day, putting pressure on your shoulders if you are not at this moment feeling successful in your love life, despite how well you may be doing in other areas of your life. When you are single for Valentine’s Day, two scenarios are most likely to occur: First scenario: One yearns to find a partner in time for Valentine’s Day to whom they can devote all their attention.

Valentine’s Day is a holiday that celebrates love and friendship, so it can be a tough time of year to be single.

But, rest assured, it can also serve as a catalyst for singles looking for love and give their search the boost it needs!

Interestingly enough, men are much more accepting of ‘bad company’ than women.

64% of women saying that the worst possible Valentine’s would be one spent with someone that they didn’t want to be with.

A randy couple romped on a Ryanair flight as passengers watched in shock and one filmed the saucy behaviour on his phone.

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