But these giant spheres look even more awesome than the square blocks, making him feel like the coolest bartender around.
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Either in a relationship, to which Valentine's Day will probably bring disappointment and awkwardness as you're literally forced to go out and behave all loved up, romantic and happy on a day you'd ordinarily spend eating spaghetti together in bed. You're probably stuck in a rut of responding to anyone who asks about your relationship status with: "oh, you know, we're just kinda seeing each other and sorta having a thing and sleeping together type thing and it doesn't really have a label. " So how do you deal with Valentine's Day when you're just Netflix and chilling? Option #1 – Pretend it isn't happening Let's be realistic. And nobody in their right minds has ever in their lives done anything on a Tuesday.
Least of all Netflix and chill with their new squeeze.
If your man is frequently out of town but needs to feed the dog, get him an automatic food dispenser that lets him schedule and portion out the exact amount via his phone.
Saves you the trouble of having to convince his doorman to let you in the apartment.
For everyone else, it can be stressful (what are you supposed to get him?!
) and add a weird pressure to your relationship (especially if you haven't been dating long). Forgo the typical lovey-dovey gifts and opt for something with a little more humor.I don't want to brag, but I'm kind of an expert at being single on Valentine's Day.Of the nine I've experienced since dating my first boyfriend at age 14, I've spent all but two of them single — though not necessarily "alone." This year is no exception. If I really want to show (a moderate amount of) affection for someone I'm casually dating, I'd much rather do something nice for him.You'll both go and make jokes about how you're having a "cheeky Nandos" together (rofl) and laugh about how funny and ironic you both are.Then you'll go home for a long, hard Netflix sesh.As you won't be seeing him, you can almost definitely get away with simply pretending Valentine's doesn’t exist! Option #2 – Go out with the girlies By making a big deal about telling him you ALWAYS go out with da gals on Valentine's Day because it's TRADITION, you avoid any chance that he'll think you've blown him off intentionally – just make sure you have some single friends.