Well friends, it's that time of year again. Valentine's Day is upon us and that means all things red, white and pink. The time for either great, really thought out plans, or last ditch efforts and empty hope of not getting in trouble. Valentine's Day is great because its a special day for your significant other to go above and beyond then usual. To all the single people though, Valentine's Day is like any other day.
Valentine's can have a different significance to different single people. I mean there are singles out there who might get some use out of it, like finally asking out that special person you've been crushing on, simply using Valentine's as an excuse for actually doing it after all this time. Others might get lucky that night since we now have Tinder (that actually works, I've seen it first hand. My friend left our New Years' Party last year to get some). And then to many single people, Valentine's passes them by like any other typical day. You'll wake up, day of, and start your morning like you usually do. Maybe have some toast or oatmeal, a cup of coffee, and get ready for the day. Go to school or work and spend the day like you usually do. Atleast for college students we have parties, so there's a chance to meet someone that night. You never know. Valentine's for single people can give people the extra boost of confidence that they need to make the right moves, just because it's a holiday. This holiday can affect singles differently. Some people will use it as some excuse for their new found courage as they finally ask out their crush. Some people will turn up and maybe wake up lying next to someone whose name they don't remember. No comment. It happens every now and then. Or you might wake up and spend the entire day by yourself, which is lonely but I'm sure you'll be able get through it. Anything can happen. This is the single life.