What We Want (And Don’t Want) for Valentine’s Day
It's that time once again. Here is what men and women have to say about Valentine's Day.
Don't Forget - 37 percent of men and 13 percent of women say their partner would be devastated if they forgot Valentine's Day.
Do It Up Right - 52 percent of women and 16 percent of men admit to being envious of romantic gestures they observe from others on Valentine's Day.
But Don't Propose - 63 percent of women and 69 percent of men think that a Valentine's Day marriage proposal is cliche. The majority of men and women (50 and 60 percent, respectively) think a romantic weekend away is the perfect way to celebrate.
Call in Sick? - 32 percent of men say they'd be happy fooling around in bed all day and 57 percent would enjoy a special massage.
Give a Good Gift - Forty-five percent of men think flowers are the way to say "I love you" on February 14, but only 4 percent of women agree. Rather, one-third of women want jewelry and 40 percent want to be treated to a day at the spa. Ladies, when buying for your man, one-fifth would prefer tickets to the big game. However, a whopping 70 percent of men just want some sex.