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  1. Jessica Zimlich

    I’m not a huge fan of Valentine’s Day either and thankfully, my boyfriend is okay with that. Tonight’s agenda includes a redbox and a Digiorno pizza!

  2. Lolly

    I am the same way, with most things, if it gets too trendy I don’t like it anymore if I ever did at all. Also pretty indifferent to this “holiday”. It’s always nice to know your crush or s/o (even a girl friend) is thinking of you but it’s also even sweeter when these gestures are more than once or twice a year ;)

    Your friend’s bit about the mystery dates is fun! I’ve heard of friends of mine who do the same. Now that I think of it, a friend is launching a company soon under a similar idea – http://www.unboxlove.com/ Creative dates delivered right to your doorstep! Looking forward to seeing how it works out for him.

    Happy Friday! xo

  3. Shannon Callarman

    I agree completely. Flowers and chocolates are unoriginal. I can think of a million other things I’d like to receive on Valentine’s Day like macaroons (those are my favorite!). And I love these illustrations!!!

  4. Sara

    “If it gets to trendy, I don’t like it anymore.” Ugh, spare me. This whole blog is “trendy.”

    1. Eliza

      Completely agree with Sara. I realize I’m a year late with this comment but I was back-stalking this site for something and I am so sorry to be a troll but GOODNESS the voice of this blog is so irritating. You are “anti-trend”… do you burn your tongue trying to drink coffee before it’s cool? No offense Meg, you’ve got on-trend style, but you are so obsessed with yourself and you really don’t have the sense or expertise to be a style authority (or book/movie/anything reviewer– that Gone Girl review, Jesus!) Stick with curating home goods, that’s what brought me here.

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