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That time of the year has arrived yet again - time to bust out the chocolates and sentiments of undying emotion, along with the bouquets. I do love me some flowers (you can save the maudlin displays, however). They seem particularly special in winter, when they are so incongruent with the snow and bitter weather outside. These vases will help make your posies all the more special, and may inspire you to keep a fresh supply of flowers coming well past Valentine's Day. read more »
Celebrate the upcoming holiday with your Valentine, with activities supplied by businesses across the globe that are sure to impress and make the day one to remember. Whether your ideal Valentine's Day is made up of activities that are unique or romantic, there's a great idea here for you.
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, it's time to find new and exciting ways to make the day special for your spouse. Forget the regular gifts, flowers and even the lingerie. One clothing item will really help show them pleasure.
Neurobiologists at Stanford University have created a 'broken heart' that actually floats in a petri dish and beats. The beats are irregular and slow, like the child's whose skin cells were donated to create the heart. The child has Timothy syndrome, a rare genetic disease with irregular heart beat as its most serious characteristic. Children with Timothy syndrome have an average life span of 2.5 years.
For some couples, romance and independence do not go hand-in-hand; for others, it's all about mittens built for two or dual snuggies. For the couples who aren't so much into the mushy stuff, but still want to stick together on Valentine's Day, here's something that will heat things up!
During Valentine's Days past, candles may have been a gift given from man to woman since scents available tend to cater towards the fairer sex. This year, get your man a masculine candle of his very own as his Valentine's Day gift and give into the stereotype by shopping at the Manly Man Candle Company.