How to survive Valentine’s day single
All the single ladies, now put ya hands up!
Ugh, that time of year again and you’re singular. Not to worry, this guide will help you to get through V-day.
All that delicious Valentine’s chocolate
Who needs a real life boyfriend when you can buy a chocolate one and eat him?
Take to twitter
Twitter is a goldmine around Valentine’s Day as all the singles put out their funniest thoughts and critics of the dreaded holiday.
Someone else's dating disasters and loneliness on Valentine's day will make your day much brighter.
Me being single on Valentines Day pic.twitter.com/9FUpzXNn85
— ??? ??????????? (@_hmazbhs_) February 5, 2020
Have a Galantine’s day
Arguably better than regular Valentine’s as you can just get dressed up and have a night on the town with your besties.
Find a designated spooning buddy
If you can’t find a friend to hold you, stuff a hoodie arm with rolled up t-shirts.
They are comfy, soft and if they annoy you then you can just shove it into the wardrobe.
Watch trashy rom-coms and chick flicks
On a second note, if you are bitter about being single this Valentine’s and find fairy-tale romances upsetting to watch, a good serial killer documentary will put you off relationships for a while.
Have a self care day
I’m talking face masks, pizza, movies, the lot! Treat. Yo. Self.
At the end of the day, what’s more important is to love yourself and have a laugh with your mates. Fries before guys, right?
Review some Marxist ideologies
Also it may comforting to remember that Valentine’s Day has become so engulfed in consumerist culture that really it means nothing and a teddy bear holding heart-shaped balloons isn’t going to change that.
Happy Valentine’s, lovebird.
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