1. The Hopelessly Romantic
Even though they’ve been in a long-term relationship for quite a while, they still feel the need to celebrate the love they both share. They just wish for flowers, a box of chocolates, and a good Valentine’s Day.
2. The Desperate Person
They realize that Valentine’s day is around the corner and they don’t want to be alone, so they are on a mission to find a girl with whom he can flood his Facebook and Instagram feed with selfies.
3. The person who recently had a break-up.
After recently going through a break-up, this person hates celebrating Valentine’s Day around anything that has to do with love, so they try to stay away from the heart candies and chocolate candy boxes.
4. The Perfect Couple
This couple is happy and their lives are going awesome and goddammit you hate them so much.
5. The chocoholic
This person would rather sit in their room, binge-watch some movie, and appreciate the single life with their only true love- chocolate.
6. The Match-Maker
This person is usually in a long-term committed relationship, which they are probably a little bored of. So instead of facing that, they will instead choose to put their energy into forcing any number of will-they-or-won’t-they situations around the office or school. Did you at one point mention that you thought that guy in accounting was cute? Don’t worry: the match-maker thinks that this is definitely the day to loudly ask whether or not that guy is married.
7. The Person Who Forgot
“Oh shit!” This person usually mutters at about 10:15 a.m. on V-Day. That’s because this person suddenly realized that they are in huge trouble with their significant other, and is also very quickly realizing that it’s probably too late for edible arrangements, shit shit shit shit.
8. Person Who Takes Valentine’s Day Too Seriously
This couple imagines Valentine’s Day to be the greatest day of the year, so they will do anything to accomplish their goal.
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