Pop-culture browbeats us with the idea that Valentine’s Day is the most romantic day to pop the question or get married. Find out if this is true.
- Valentine’s Day proposal too gimmicky and predictable
- Cliche to get married on Valentine’s Day
- Women don’t like the idea of sharing an anniversary with countless others
No, she almost certainly doesn’t!
Pop-culture browbeats us with the idea that Valentine’s Day is the most romantic day to pop the question or get married. However, polls consistently show that – according to women – that simply isn’t true.
According to a survey by the Daily Mail, 70% of women don’t want to get a proposal on Valentine’s Day. The common reasons range from it being too gimmicky and predictable to too many people doing the same. Almost 50% of the women surveyed stated they would rather have their proposal come as a complete surprise.
If it also seems like the romantic thing to do to get married on Valentine’s Day, think again. The truth is that almost 40% of women think that it’s a cliche and they don’t fancy the idea of sharing their anniversary with countless others.
So, read between the lines, guys. Women want to feel special when it comes to love – if you don’t believe, just ask any woman and she’ll tell you that.
And with that, we’ve debunked the biggest Valentine’s Day myth!
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