Money can buy love.
The average U.S. consumer spent around $146.84 on Valentine’s Day gifts, meals and entertainment in 2016, according to an annual U.S. National Retail Federation survey.
Nearly 10 new candy “conversation heart” sayings are introduced each year. Recent additions have included “Yeah Right,” “Puppy Love,” and “Call Home”.
Wearing your heart on your sleeve” is more than just a phrase.
In the Middle Ages, men and women drew names to see who their Valentine would be. They would wear that name pinned to their sleeve for a week so that everyone would know their supposed true feelings.
Husbands and boyfriends like to give bouquets.
Men account for 73 percent of Valentine’s Day flower sales.
Single ladies have a good shot at finding a date.
There are 119 single men—never married, widowed or divorced—in their 20s for every 100 single women of the same age.
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