Monday, February 11, 2013

Let us help you enjoy an UnbelieValentines Day!

First of all, if you're one of those people who think Valentine's Day is just a cheap, exploitative cash-grab on behalf of Hallmark and Russell Stover, you're right. Of course you're right. They're not even subtle about it.
Secondly, if you're only getting romantic of February 14th, you're just like people who only go to church on Christmas and Easter or only get drunk on New Year's Eve; straight-up amateurs.
That said, the day has come to be associated with certain expectations. Believe me, gentlemen, in some cases (especially this one), it's best to go with the flow and resist the urge to challenge societal mores. That's why this week, we're going to share some of our top romantic tips with the fellas out there... and we might have a few for the ladies as well!

Above all else, keep it classy, boys.
If you retain NOTHING else, just remember to keep the proceedings on a classy level. She deserves that, don't you agree? That means when the waiter brings the wine, let him unscrew the cap. That means when the attendant at the nudist swingers resort offers you fresh towels, you don't say, "Nah, we're good; somebody left a whole pile of them right over there by the volleyball court." And it means when you set up your video camera in the bathroom, you position the tripod in an area where it's not a trip hazard.

Share the fashion of love with others

"There's more brown courderoy where this came from, which is my bedroom"
A fun way to show the world that you and your special lady are together is to dress alike in public. When people see a couple playing "Matchies", they become overwhelmed with love and respect for that couple. Trust me, there are few things people enjoy more than seeing two adults who aren't siblings wearing the same outfits. Charming! Fun!

Ladies: Relax and enjoy yourselves!
Just because a scenario that presents itself seems for all intents and purposes that it is exactly like the most terrifying nightmare you could ever possibly imagine doesn't necessarily mean it has to be. I mean, it probably totally is, but maybe not. Be careful, but... I don't really know. Maybe ignore this one. Yeah.

Well, that's it for me. Jeff and Michael will be along later this week to share some of their valuable insight and experience!

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