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Feb 16, 2004 20:28 # 19782

eljefe *** smiles...

Valentines is over! (belated)

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Having returned from a trip without an internet connection, I have come to a realization. I missed the most depressing holiday of them all, Valentines, and I am overjoyed. Sure, not all people hold the same opinion of Valnetines day, but those are, of course, the people who benifit from it. From recieving candy from special someones, to big elaborite dates and stunts you see in romantic movies. Seing as how I am not a recipiant of such (which is actually understandible, being a guy) and not a giver (seing as how all of the girls I know either A) have someone or B) have no interest in me and C) I'm a pessimistic realist, basically a realist who tends to take a pesimistice view), you can see why I dislike the holiday. That, plus seeing cheerful people on a day that depresses me makes me want to throw jagged objects at them.

What makes me elated is that the trip made me not think about Valentines at all! No Valentines Blues for me! I'm so happy that this "joyful" holiday didn't drag me to the depths it normally does.

For those who actually enjoyed this holiday, kudos.

(Of course this is belated, I just got back from a trip)

Fond memories

Feb 18, 2004 11:18 # 19815

Jaz *** replies...

Re: Valentines is over! (belated)

That, plus seeing cheerful people on a day that depresses me makes me want to throw jagged objects at them.

Judging from the number of times I hear a phrase like this, and the number of times I hear of someone actually having had a wonderful Valentines, I wonder...

'Yeah, That's what Jesus would do. Jesus would bomb Afghanistan. Yeah.' - snowlion


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