According to a new survey, more than one in eight women have told a guy not to worry about Valentine’s Day, then got upset when it actually happened. It’s a trap guys, so here’s what you need to know.
The survey by the website ShopAtHome.com also found that 56% of women say they expect their boyfriend or husband won’t start trying to figure out Valentine’s Day plans until February 12th or 13th.
95% of women say that a gift or plan that shows it took some time and thoughtfulness is more important than a gift or plan that’s expensive.
According to a recent survey by Totsy and published on PR Newswire, here are the 5 things Mom’s want most for Valentine’s Day. Just for the record, I totally disagree with the list below. Sure, flowers and chocolate are great, but in the top 5?
#1.) A romantic dinner with dad. 88% of moms said they’d like that.
#2.) A day at the spa. 81% of moms
#3.) Jewelry- 74%
#5.) Chocolates or other candy-61%