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  • For roughly four or five years I shared your viewpoint heartily, to the point that I would drop all obligations on that day. Nobody, not the current gf, the ex-gf, school or work got me on that day. I sat in and ate several pints of B&J's each time.

    Over the years, though, my deep-seated hatred has burned out and become a smouldering, faint distaste. It's pretty much a day like any other if you ignore the stores.

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    You are what you think.
    • Why ruin perfectly good hatred of Hallmark Holidays? Besides you either get the sappy guy who fawns all over you with chocolates and flowers which are boring and cliche' or you get the guy who doesn't remember so all your girlfriends then tell you what an asshole your boyfriend is. I say we declare Hallmark part of the Axis of evil and bomb them! :)

  • 2: incongruity between what might be expected and what actually occurs: "the irony of Ireland's copying the nation she most hated"

    --WordNet

    If one looks at this journal entry carefully, it appears to be an embittered diatribe against celebrating Valentine's day. But why would any serious vitriol end with an invition to make contact with the author for clearly romatic purposes? For that matter, why would the author claim to have experienced an incident from John Knowles, A Seperate Peace [amazon.com]? Either the aut