If you are trying to avoid seeing all these on Valentine’s Day, here are five places you should definitely avoid;
Don’t go to the beach if you are single on Valentine’s Day. It is going to be a wrong idea because all you will see are couples having fun and if you are really really ‘unlucky’, you might even witness a romantic and cheesy marriage proposal.
2. Luxurious restaurants
Another place to avoid if you are single on Valentine’s Day is those luxurious restaurants. Couples book them for their romantic dates on Valentine’s Day. It is also a hot spot for marriage proposals.
So unless you want to suddenly find yourself in a position where you are among a crowd screaming “say yes, say yes” while a guy is on his knees proposing, or you take a selfie and see a kissing couple in the background, then by all means, avoid these restaurants on Valentine’s Day.
3. Travel spots
Valentine’s Day is not actually the best time of the year to travel to travel spots if you are single. You do not only get higher prices, you are bound to encounter couples in every single spot you look.
4. Love-themed church programmes
Some churches organise Valentine’s Day programmes for ‘singles’ and ‘married’ on February 14.
It is best to avoid these if you are actually single, because, trust me, apart from a few that might preach about Agape love, a whole lot more will be about love between couples and couples wearing (to-match) every corner.
5. Social media
If you are single on Valentine’s Day, please try as much as possible to avoid social media unless you absolutely have to go there.
Treat your Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and all others, as a warzone to avoid on February 14. This is very important because even if you manage to avoid the above four places, they post everything they did there on social media for you to see.