Love Is Sweatpants And Take-Out, Actually
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In case the marketing everywhere miraculously hasn't reached you yet, it's Valentine's Day season.
And maybe you're like me.
I grew up watching Disney movies and romcoms. Prince Charming, happily ever after, adorable meet-cutes, gigantic, suspenseful, highly emotional grand gestures, perfect lines in the perfect moment, so on, so forth, et cetera. Ah, that warm fuzzy feeling. That whole, "oh-my-gosh-that-perfect-guy-is-so-perfect!". That sense of hope that one day, you might have someone bulldoze through crowds of people at a busy international airport to stop you from getting on that plane so that he can perform a heartbreakingly beautiful monologue about why you two belong together. Sigh.
I still watch romcoms. And dammit, I still love 'em.
As a couple, we don't "do" Valentine's Day. This will horrify some of you. Some of you couldn't care less. And some of you will wholeheartedly support this stance. I have nothing against Valentine's Day. At all. It's just something we'v
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