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Best Of The Web: V-Day & Break Up With Your Ex

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Valentine's Day Nerd
Plus cheating and Owen Wilson movies.

It's the Super Bowl of ladies' feelings this long weekend and I'm just here to watch the commercials. If you haven't checked it out yet (for shame) please have a look at your Break Up With Your Ex by Valentine's Day campaign at www.breakupwithyourex.com.

Here's the best of the web:

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It's the Super Bowl of ladies' feelings this long weekend and I'm just here to watch the commercials. If you haven't checked it out yet (for shame) please have a look at your Break Up With Your Ex by Valentine's Day campaign at www.breakupwithyourex.com.

Here's the best of the web:

Anyone else amped for the return of Owen Wilson in a big-screen buddy comedy? Café Mom thinks Hall Pass (about men given a week to cheat, consequence-free) makes marriage look crummy. I'm guessing (guessing!) that everyone comes out of the situation with a newfound appreciation of marriage. Theory?

Over at Good Men Project they challenge the notion that all men are biologically conditioned to want to cheat, sow oats, cast seed, slam strange, etc. Sure, not ALL men.

Some men hurt too. Em & Lo (EmAndLo.com) ask their man panel if guys ever experience painful sex. To my knowledge, yes, occasionally a guy will get kicked by a horse he's trying to get to know better.

And over at College Candy, the ladies talk about a little hookup etiquette. I'd like to add: if someone audibly breaks wind (and you really like them), you have to either have to laugh or pretend you didn't hear it.

And you can slip this one right under your dude's door: 10 Ways To Avoid Cliché On Valentine's Day from The Plunge.

While you're printing that one out, grab this common Valentimes mistakes from Guyism. It's probably irresponsible to talk to about how much better V-Day was with past dates.

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And the ladies at The Frisky are feeling a little Grinchiness this year with 15 ways to avoid Valentine's Day. My advice: avoid horse-drawn carriage rides through Central Park on the 14th.

And at the venerable Huffington Post, the grand, old dame of web newsiness, a little advice from Dr. Michelle Callahan on keeping St. Valentine's Day Stress-Free. Hmm. Try not scowling and saying, "It's FINE" every 15 minutes.

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