(the most adorable print ever via)
ah, valentines. the day wherein all the sugar daddies of the world come out to shower their loves with gifts, neatly wrapped in turquoise boxes, in heart shaped containers hiding chocolate-y surprises (i’ll take all of the coconut ones, please), and just be downright sugar daddies.
only kidding. valentines day isn’t about sugar daddies. not in the slightest.it’s about showing the people you love the most that you simply love them. whether it be your great aunt mildred. your 100lb german shepherd, or perhaps that boyfriend of yours. that is, if he’s not too busy playing “call of duty: black ops” to remember it’s valentine’s day:
*on my ideal valentine’s day i would conveniently sing a few notes out of my window and miraculously, a group of woodland creatures would come swooping in with this outfit to dress me and do my hair:
*and then we’d go see the movie i’ve been waiting to see for nearly two years. yes, that movie. “gnomeo and juliet”. don’t lie and say you haven’t been at the edge of your seat waiting for this movie! and my gentleman caller wouldn’t make fun of this fact:
*after our, what i believe will be mind-altering, movie experience, we’d then go eat some dinner at a place i’ve been wanting to go to in years (and can’t wait for in san francisco!):
cafe gratitude. oh hells to the yes. we’d order a vegan feast (if you want to go to taco bell instead, that’s fine. i’ll eat your vegan loaf for you. it’s all good.) and my date would then order us the coconut cream pie and pretend i didn’t eat the whole thing by myself.
and that’s all i need to be a happy camper. hippie food, a love story about gnomes, and for woodland creatures to dress me cutely in etsy and modcloth clothing.
in reality, i will be in san francisco on valentine’s day. most likely eating a large amount of indian take-out, in a fancy dress, whilst watching and mouthing the english subtitles to the movie “amelie” in my hostel. and to be honest, that is completely perfect in my eyes.