Seriously, do not bring up Valentine's Day if your budding relationship falls within this timeframe. 14, that doesn't particularly indicate anything good or bad, just that he doesn't want to deal with the pressure this early on, and is afraid that you are expecting THIS: Which is a fear that I totally understand, objectively.
(Subjectively, of course, I want him to knock on my door holding a chocolate bar that says "I Won't Bail Like Your Dad Did" on it, but I don't make the rules.)5 to 10 dates: This one is less cut-and-dry.
Wouldn’t it be chill if Valentine’s were instead a sort of roving holiday that kicked in as your honeymoon stage was just beginning to wane, to jumpstart your conscientious devotion to romantic stuff again?
Sure, but that’s not how things work, and you’re going to have to do that one your own.
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Well first, faking an attitude on Valentine’s Day seems about average for most participants, so you’re going to fit right in.
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I don’t like Valentine’s Day in general, but I haven’t been opposed to doing something romantic in the past. Because we just started dating, can we just pretend like Valentine’s doesn’t exist this year?
I’ve been dating a girl for only a couple weeks and we’re probably going to be dating during Valentine's (it's next week).