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The Rose and Love on Valentines Day

Roses have long been the symbol of love, since the early 1700’s.  As far as anyone can tell, thats when Charles II of Sweden brought the Persian poetical art known as “The Language of Flowers” to Europe.   It caught on. 

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KFC Helps You Spread The Love With The Sensual Scent Of Fried Chicken Scratch ‘N’ Sniff Valentine’s Day Cards

This Valentine’s Day, KFC wants you to show your loved ones how much you care by giving them a fried chicken scratch ‘n’ sniff Valentine’s Day card featuring its iconic founder, Colonel Harland Sanders.  Available in participating KFC U.S. restaurants beginning yesterday,

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Survey Shows Change In Valentine’s Day Gifts

A Valentine’s Day consumer spending survey from the shopping app RetailMeNot has details about what people are buying for Valentine’s Day.  Although traditional gifts like chocolates, jewelry and flowers are still on the top five list of things that people

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Valentines Day Facts

15% of U.S. women send themselves flowers on Valentine’s Day.  About 1 billion Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged each year.  About 3% of pet owners will give Valentine’s Day gifts to their pets.  Alexander Graham Bell applied for his patent

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What You Should Do On Valentine’s Day Based On Your Partner’s Sign

If you don’t have any idea of how you’re going to celebrate Valentine’s Day, here’s an idea.  Why don’t you let astrology give you a little guidance?  Your zodiac sign can provide some fun insight into things like how you are in

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