10 Interesting Facts About Valentine’s Day
We thought, because it is Valentine’s Day, we’d put together a collection of facts and fun GIFs for you to enjoy!
If you don’t have the significant other yet, why not celebrate Singles Awareness Day (SAD) instead. The holiday celebrates all the single people who can proudly stand up and show that it is OKAY to be single.
The official world record for the longest marriage for a living couple belongs to a couple who were married for a total of 86 years and 290 days before the husband passed away.
Based on retail statistics, about 3 per cent of pet owners will give gifts to their pets on this day
The most popular gift on Valentine’s Day is flowers. The most popular flower for Valentine’s is roses.
Lace is often used on Valentine decorations. The word “lace” comes from the Latin laques, meaning “to snare or net,” as in to catch a person’s heart
History’s first valentine was written in perhaps one of the most unromantic places conceivable: a prison. Charles, Duke of Orleans wrote the love letter to his second wife at the age of 21 while captured at the Battle of Agincourt
According to an array of different sources, teachers receive the most Valentine’s Day cards.