What Is Valentine Day?

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Valentine's Day is a holiday observed on February 14 each year and it celebrates love. This day is observed by exchanging candy, cards, flowers and gifts. The day is also known as Saint Valentine's Day.
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Valentine's Day is a day that honors the Italian priest Saint Valentine, but is now celebrated by exchanging of tokens of affection or friendship.
Valentine's Day was Thursday, February 14, 2013 last year.
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Valentine's day is the same date every year. The date is the 14th of every February. This is a day that you spend with your boyfriend or husband.
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1. Remember that it's limited to a single day. It's much easier to survive something that is limited to a 24-hour time limit. Even though you start seeing the cute hearts and teddy
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Every Valentine's Day, lovers and friends make a special effort to show their special someone or someones how they feel. Flowers, candy, cards, gifts and special meals are the crux
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A very simple way to make a Valentine's Day card is to make one out of construction paper. You could fold a piece of construction paper in half and then decorate it using heart cutouts
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Valentines Day is a holiday celebrated on February 14. It's a day that people express their love for one another. People send cards or flowers and sometimes chocolate ...
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