The Best Valentine's Day Meme Cards
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20 Memes To Send Your Valentine, Since Laughter Is The Way To Anyone's Heart

Who said passing out Valentines had to end in elementary school?

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There seems to be a never ending list of all of the things you have to get your significant other for Valentine's Day. From dinner and a movie, a gift, chocolate, flowers... the list goes on and on. Not to mention the obligation to send them the cutest card profusely confessing your love for them.

While being all mushy-gushy is cute, it also can get awkward really fast. Why go through the effort when there's one thing that we all love and can say " love you" just as easily: memes.

Here are the best Valentine's Day memes to send to your sweetheart:

For the science lover

For the Juuler

For the Vine lover

For the candy consumer

For the cartoon fan

For the Dinkleberg in your life

For the Disney fan

For the Shrek lover

Another Shrek one (because who doesn't love Shrek?)

For the foodie

For the High School Musical fanatic

For The Office enthusiast

For the vegan or health conscious bae

For the Disney Channel lover

More for you Disney Channel lover

...and another (is your childhood ruined yet?)

For the gamer

For the Trump hater

For the Nickelodeon fan

And one for us all, because we are all truly trash

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