5. Participate in a secret santa, Valentine's Day style. Who needs a valentine when you and your girlfriends have each other? Round up your girls, draw names from a hat and buy whomever you draw a little something (don't forget to set the spending limit beforehand). Then on V-Day, meet at a friend's apartment to exchange gifts. Afterwards get all dolled up and enjoy a night out on the town. Try a karaoke bar, because, let's face it, when is karaoke anything but a good time?
6. Throw a party. If gift-giving won't go over with your group, invite your friends over to celebrate being fabulous. 'Nuff said. Our friends at Yahoo! Shine have a great V-Day party planning guide for you, covering everything from color schemes to cocktails.
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7. Figure out what you want out of love. We know, we know, this whole post is about NOT being romantic. But since our mission is to help people live their best love lives, we would be remiss in not telling you that—even if you don't want to right now or don't believe it will ever happen—everyone, including you, can fall in love. And it usually happens when you least expect it. So take some time to write down a few love goals. Whether you want to remain single for ten more years or want to start dating this month, the clarity of knowing what you want makes it that much easier to get there.
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