According to a survey conducted by British travel website wotif.com, new James Bond actor Daniel Craig is among womens' top ten Valentine's Day dream dates. So, women evidently have a thing for craggy looking, deep voiced men in their thirties? There's hope for me yet. I've never seen the point of Valentine's Day myself. The cynic in me says that it's contrived by the retail industry to fill a flat spot in their calendar. According to that well known source of reliable information, Wikipedia, it originated as a pagan holiday in ancient Rome, and is also significant as the day on which the St. Valentine's Day Massacre occurred in 1929 in Chicago.
If you're married or otherwise attached, why is there is a need to have one day out of the entire year where you express your feelings for your significant other by buying them things? Since when has love become a commodity, exploited for commercial gain? Surely love can be expressed throughout the year, in a multitude of ways, I would have thought. Then again, what would I know?