Roses, Maybe, But Women Want Juice and Coffee For Valentines Day
It's another Valentines Day, so does that mean you have to shower your sweetheart with flowers and chocolates? Maybe not, let's debunk some of these Valentines Day gift myths.
You may think women like Roses and Candy guys, but according to a Valentine Poll it looks like your wife or girlfriend wants to juice or make that perfect cup of coffee for Valentines Day.
I don't know if I believe the results, but according to the poll your wife or girlfriend might want an APPLIANCE for Valentine's Day. But it has to be the RIGHT appliance . . . not, like, a vacuum cleaner. The two gifts women want the most are a JUICER and a Keurig Coffee Maker.
So while we're at it, here are a few more Valentine Day myths debunked....
Myth: Women are needier than men. Debunked: On Valentine's Day, about half of single men say they'd rather be in a dead-end relationship than alone.
Myth: Flowers have to come from your significant other. Debunked: 10% of people have sent THEMSELVES flowers on Valentine's Day.
Myth: Valentine's Day is the best day for proposing. Debunked: 40% of women think it's a cliché to propose on Valentine's Day.
Myth: If your relationship survives until Valentine's Day you're good. Debunked: 25% of people say they'd wait until February 15th to end things.
So now that your aware of some of the common pitfall's of Valentines Day, it might be time to change your thinking about what to get your Valentine this year.
Now the only concern you may have, and it's definitely something you have to keep in mind, if you get her an appliance instead of candy and flowers, just be ready to run and duck, cause I'm sure something will be hitting the fan, and it might be you.
Happy Valentines Day!!!!