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The card is formatted to where you can fold the paper in half, giving you the inside of the card to write your own greetings.
You decide whether to keep with the humorous theme, or instead use this space to write something a little more romantic.
Sadie Clark, a London-based millennial, is planning to host a ‘Fralentine’s Day’ party (Valentine’s for friends) this year.
“I wanted to organise something to recognise and celebrate platonic love, and the ways in which we can support each other emotionally,” she says.
If you're looking for a card that will make your boyfriend or girlfriend chuckle while also conveying your affection, consider one of these two cards.
The card to the right is appropriate for a girlfriend to give to her sports-loving boyfriend while the card below is suitable for a boyfriend who may not know his way around the kitchen to give to his girlfriend. Click on the image and the card will appear in a PDF.
So, as the day creeps up on us once more, here are some ideas on how to acknowledge it, whether you’re a romantic, a sceptic or currently single.
Whichever option you choose, the point is to make it personal.
Sceptics: Bouquets of flowers, date nights and scented candles? This time of year typically sees you groan when you can’t get a table at your local Italian because it’s booked out by celebratory couples.
Valentine’s Day – the international celebration of romantic love – has its roots in the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia, which was in fact a celebration of fertility.
Romantics: Connecting with another soul emotionally and spiritually, creating unique moments as a couple and making future plans is what you crave.