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Things you should not do on Valentine's day

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Valentine's Day is time when all the crazy people are in the seventh world . Is it accurate to say that you are doing all the correct things? 

What occurs in the films may not really work, all things considered. 

In the event that you need V-Day to be immaculate, there are sure things you should evade:

1. Don't say the three magical words on your first date.

2. Don't get too close to other girls.

She may not show it, but it will bother her, and you'll know it soon enough

3. We know girls love to talk, but don't overdo it on the first date.

Give him a chance to speak too!

Save all that energy to narrate the date experience to your girl gang.

4. Showing off your money won't help all the time.

5. Don't show her what a spoilt brat you are either. Chances are, she will show hers, and make you apologise in public

6. It might look great in the motion pictures, an impeccable "awww" minute, however young men, you have to know this present: She's recently invested hours getting that immaculate haircut for the date.

7. Don't get clingy.

8. Get over yourself. On the off chance that you are clever, given your diversion a chance to do the talking.

9. Save the pranks for April 1.

10. Wait for the date to get over, and then do the crazy dance at home.

posted Feb 8, 2017 by Rupali Thakur

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