I Won't Tear Out Your Heart (most likely)
I love Valentine's Day. I'm not afraid to say it. I also love chocolate and marshmallows.
It seems like another beautiful day to gorge yourself on chocolate and marshmallow combinations, while expressing a little bit of honest sentiment to the ones you love.
I had a discussion recently with someone who expressed their view to V-Day being extremely commercial, but I counteracted his argument by saying that it's possible to have a no-buy Valentine's by reducing your activities to a mix of lovin' and homemade gifts and cards. I don't think that spending Valentine's day without someone special is an excuse to be bitter against the commercial machine of Hallmark either, because I used to do the Single Friends Round Up on February 14th. All my single friends and I would go to the Forks and go shopping, followed by dinner of Teryaki wings at Hooters (both female and males friends agreed this was good idea for some reason).
I always suggest making the most of your Valentine's Day in the way you see fit.
I also suggest going to buy discount Valentine's Day candy after the fact. Because love may go stale, but processed marshmallow goods never do.