Valentine’s Day has long been not so welcoming day for many single people to reflect on their love life, but the celebration’s expansion beyond romantic love is a making the day for yourself and doing the things that you would to do the most for yourself. If you embrace your singleness, awesome – get out there or Netflix and treat yourself with a cheese burst pizza. 

Relationships are tedious. There are the obvious dangers about significant others when it comes to individual personalities one would not try to poke. But not a lot of people realize or agree to, when we say the greatest source of strife or an argument between couples happens while they decide on what to eat.

It’s an adventure! Neither will want to seem too pushy, so no one will make a decision, which will seem cute, at first. “You decide.” “No, you decide.” And this goes for a while and probably both end up making instant noodles for each other.

Don’t worry invigilators we don’t want the phone to indulge into any malpractice we just feel anxious to stay away from our beloved devices for so long!

And you realize it all gibberish and you ask to shut up so that you can listen to your songs peacefully

6th wine glass down you talk like

I’m an absolute connoisseur of wine and like to think that I can detect even mere percentages of shift in sweet content in grapes in a wine and can actually name the temperature to which it was actually made to the degree if I’m, you know, really on my game.

Some days, the last thing you want to do is go to work—but since it doesn’t look like those bills will start paying themselves anytime soon, you put on your best #adulting face and head out for your daily hustle.

We all work hard, pay taxes and settle our bills. Why is the pay day taking a long time to come? Why is it that after the payday we seem to have amnesia and do not know what happened to our money? Where did it go? Then you suddenly gain a lot of friends and relatives a day before you get paid. It’s become an exhausting cycle Seems very upsetting already no?

Remember as a kid when you couldn’t wait to be an adult? The thought of living on your own, driving a car, living life without rules were just some of the things you couldn’t wait for.

But now that you’re an adult, you realize that life still has rules, driving to work is something you dread, and living on your own means bills, and lots of them! Sadly same happened to McDonald’s too.

Then you copy from him and get the highest marks, Awkward Silence!!

Also when you realize Laughter is a great cardio workout, especially for those who are incapable of doing other physical activity due to laziness. It gets your heart pumping and burns a similar amount of calories per hour as walking at a slow to moderate pace. So, laugh your heart out and make others go crazy.

 

 

 

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