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What usually comes into your minds whenever you hear the word "valentines"? Hearts? Red roses? Chocolates? Sweet Candies? A dinner for two? Or even a walk in the beach with your special someone?

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Valentines Day!!! By: Pia Marie B. Mercado What usually comes into your minds whenever you hear the word "valentines"? Hearts? Red roses? Chocolates? Sweet Candies? A dinner for two? Or even a walk in the beach with your special someone? Well, I know that lots of stuffs come into our minds when we hear that word. Because February 14 a.k.a. Valentines Day, is like one of the most celebrated days of the year and of course, the most romantic day! Am I right? But you know, it doesn't really mean that if you don't have a date on that day, you're unlucky or that Cupid has probably forgotten you. Because Valentines Day is supposed to be celebrated with our loved ones, meaning not only with our special someone but also with our families and friends. ...read more.

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Where in there's going to be no fights on that day, all we're going to do is be nice to everybody and show them that we love them. We can even reconcile with out enemies on this day. If we do these things, then I'm sure we would be able to call it one meaningful Valentines Day. Valentines Day! Valentines Day! Valentines Day! I know that we're all excited for that day to come. So let's prepare ourselves as early as now, for Valentines Day 2000! Wouldn't be great if we spend that day the best way we can? Or rather .. as meaningful as we can? Anyway, I was able to ask some people on how they would want to celebrate Valentines Day 2000. This is what they have said --- "A dinner in a very fancy restaurant or maybe to have a picnic on top of the tallest building in the city with Matt Damon, if possible!" ...read more.

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-Leandro Gollon- 1st year SHSB "Well, I'm going to spend Valentines Day with a special person. And I'm going to make that day really memorable and filled with happiness!" -Erich Hugh Kensey Lim- 3rd year SHSB "I would like to spend it with my beautiful, caring and wonderful girlfriend on a very elegant restaurant in Cebu. After that, we are going to go out for a movie. And when midnight comes, we'll go star gazing then go home." -Wilkiedy F. Chan- 3rd year SHSB "Let see, if I had a girlfriend, I'd give her a bunch of sweet and fragrant roses. I'd also spend quality time with her and I'd make her feel special and loved. But since I've got no girlfriend, I'd probably stay home and spend Valentines Day with my family." -Geff Chang- 3rd year SHSB "Well, I'm going to have dinner with my crush and have dinner together then bring her home." -Marco Mendoza- 3rd year SHSB ...read more.

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