24 January 2015

Say I Love You With Guylian (and your chance to WIN)




Individually wrapped in luxurious golden foil within an eye catching red box, these romantic heart shaped chocolates, filled with roasted hazelnut praline are the perfect way to say ‘I Love You’ this Valentine’s Day. The 50g box (RSP £1.49) which contains four praline filled hearts is the ideal love token, whilst the 125g heart shaped box (pictured. RSP £3.99) makes a more substantial Valentine’s Day present.

You can find out more about Guylian or purchase your treats here:
http://www.guylianshop.co.uk





For your chance to win 1 of 10 boxes of Guylian I Love You chocolates you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.
The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 10th February 2015.
Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available also.

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352 comments :

  1. A little bit of naughty and lots of nice. A bucks fizz breakfast in the bath, an afternoon in bed, followed by a nice restaurant in the evening. Suzanne McC

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  2. I went into labour with my first child on Valentine's day 2004 so the gift of motherhoor was the best Valentine's present ever!

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  3. my perfect gift would be spoilt & paid attention for the day

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  4. My perfect valentine would be to be whisked off somewhere for the night treated to a nice meal and spa package. Well a girl can dream

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  5. To go for some pampering and a posh meal at a lovely hotel

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  6. best gift was getting engaged

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  7. I like to just go out for a nice meal!

    Ashleigh

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  8. Maria O'Sullivan24 January 2015 at 09:26

    spa day would be my ideal with massage and facial and a box of guylian chocs

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  9. For my husband to take me somewhere nice without the children.

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  10. I've never had anyone to celebrate Valentine's Day with :(

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    1. Don't worry Tracy, you'll meet someone when you least expect it, your time will come ..... x

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  11. Allison sullivan24 January 2015 at 10:28

    My best valentine was when I was pregnant on valentines ready to pop 11 years ago and my hubby asked us if we could ask someone else to come to dinner with us.I was really upset but said yes.he then said oh they are already here and took me in the other room and there he was,the biggest me to you bear sitting at the table with his knife and fork and surrounded in chocs xx

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    1. That's really sweet, what a lovely husband you've got

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  12. A meal out would be nice, we don't really do valentines day usually wait until the chaos is over and go out at a quieter time

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  13. My best gift was my dog Bust a from my hubby 14 years ago, love him to the moon and back (and hubby is ok too! 😀

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  14. The best gift I've ever received was a single red rose, its often the small things that mean the most xxx

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  15. The best gift is chocolate and a weekend break for me when I can spend time together with my hubby.

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  16. A lie in! A lovely meal and a visit to a stately home with no kids.

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  17. No kids, a nice valentines meal courtesy of M&S, than snuggles on the sofa whilst watching a few great films and sharing chocolates! :D

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  18. To spend it with my forever faithful fur babies what else can you do being single!

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  19. I would love to be surprised with a weekend away!!

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  20. Best gift was a card.. because the words in it were so lovely

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  21. snuggled up with hubby with a bottle of red and a film noire x

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  22. Best gift would be just to have the day off with my wife so that we can spend it together.

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  23. My best present was my engagement ring, many moons ago now :)

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  24. My best present was my engagement ring, many moons ago now :)

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  25. Yummy, perfect gift for my hubby.

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  26. lovely card with the record TAKE A CHANCE ON ME inside and so I did and still together almost 37 years later

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  27. Me and my husband go to a local pub for a meal every year and its always perfect

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  28. For valentines day, I would love to have a romantic meal with my husband

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  29. A cosy night in with Kit Harington

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  30. A card, home-made dinner , box of heart shaped chockies and lovely red roses. Traditional but very nice.

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  31. Weekend away at a sunderland away game

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  32. A nice homecooked meal, a good bottle of fizz and a yummy dessert

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  33. My perfect Valentine's Day would be to go on a romantic picnic with my boyfriend.

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  34. My perfect Valentine's Day would just involve spending some quality (toddler free!) time with my husband!

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  35. A home made dinner with my lovely wife. That's all I need!

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  36. I'd love to be treated to a lovely theatre break! ;-) (Laura Jeffs)

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  37. My perfect valentine would be a quiet night in with my husband

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  38. my perfect valentines would be a night away in a luxury hotel with dinner and champagne - one can only dream :-)

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  39. A tasty brunch with my boyfriend, followed by a trip to a seaside pier and some rides, then a romantic meal for two at a lovely restaurant :)

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  40. tickets to wicked in the west end

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  41. I'd love to be whisked away to the gorgeous Cotswolds for a romantic night!

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  42. Best gift was a solitaire ring in white gold, which I had always fancied.

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  43. to spend time with my partner and have a weekend away

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  44. Unfortunately I still love my ex-boyfriend, so I would love to spend the day with him (but it ain't gonna happen) :-(

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  45. a romantic dinner for 2, can't beat it :)

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  46. A lovely meal out would be good or stay home as long as I don't have to cook x

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  47. i would love to be whisked off to a posh boutique hotel where there is a four poster bed, rose petals on the sheets and a nice bottle of champagne and lovely chocolates too x

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  48. Quiet night in with a good film, a takeaway and a glass of Pink Lucozade!

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  49. To get a surprise , nothing special just flowers or chocolates

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  50. I never celebrate Valentines day as my anniversary is 24th Feb xx

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  51. a takeaway for tea will do me xx

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  52. I'd love a wonderful night away in a romantic hotel with dinner!

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  53. It would be something low key like a day walking followed by a nice meal.

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  54. I was once taken on a weekend in Paris

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  55. My best present was picking up the keys to our first home together on Febuary 14th - 14years ago and we are still living here x

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  56. A romantic dinner with my husband

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  57. a lovely picnic and spending time with my partner

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  58. I'd go for a weekend away with my wife

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  59. A quiet romantic dinner and roses

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  60. Perfect valentines would be a nice steak dinner at home with a nice bottle of wine!

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  61. Perfect valentines would be an evening in for me with a home cooked meal prepared. Followed by chocolates and a good film! Much more thoughtful than a busy meal out in my eyes.

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  62. a nice meal out with my husband and no phones

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  63. My hubby is not very romantic but last year he managed to get me my fave orange roses , they were stunning, hopefully we can get out for a nice meal together this year xx

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  64. A lovely long weekend in amsterdam xx

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  65. Lorna Jayne Kennedy24 January 2015 at 19:56

    My perfect Valentine's Day would be a total surprise - to be whisked away somewhere posh with lots of champagne :-)

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  66. I've never received a Valentines gift :)

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  67. To actually get a Valentine's card would be lovely. Him indoors is notoriously mean and pretends to forget it's a special day.

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  68. I'd love a city break somewhere gorgeous with great restaurants (but I'll settle for having the bins put out).

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  69. A day of work is the best possible gift!

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  70. The best ever present was the birth of our Daughter on a Valentine's Day, so it is an extra special day for us.

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  71. some flowers and chocolate would be nice :D

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  72. A romantic home cooked meal by candlelight

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  73. a weekend break to have some quality time away.

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  74. A nice night out without the kiddies (forgotten what that's like) x

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  75. My absolutely best Valentine gift IS my my first grandchild my granddaughter, she was due on Valentines day but my daughter in law went into labour early & so she was delivered by cesarean on 13/02/14.Her name is Bonnie x

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  76. My ideal Valentine's day would start with the chance to sleep in as late as I want. Then I'd be able to eat all my meals at the correct temperature, go to the bathroom without an audience, and relax with my husband. With a toddler, these days never happen! And, of course, chocolates would be appreciated.

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  77. Champagne and no kids

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  78. To be treated like a princess for the day

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  79. My perfect Valentines day would be to have time for a swim, massage and a lovely meal in the evening with hubby and son

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  80. I would love a weekend away

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  81. The kids to go to bed without a fuss and then a nice meal in would be good!

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  82. I would just like my other half to actually plan something, he's never planned more than an hour ahead in his life!

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  83. we are going on a family holiday 9-13th so having an early valentines, my two children are getting very excited, not long now, I cant wait either xxx

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  84. i'd love for my partner to cook me dinner (something half edible)

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  85. I've never celebrated it but I would love to have chocolates and go away for Valentine's Day.

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  86. a huge box of chocolates from an ex boyfriend yum!

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  87. a meal out and to spend some quality time with my boyfriend

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  88. Red Rose :- Romantic.

    These chocolates would be a lovely gift. A nice treat to share on Valentine's Day.

    Rachel Craig

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  89. My best gift was a surprise weekend away

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  90. My best Valentine was my fiancee booking a Valentine's night at a hotel with meal/dance/room
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  91. ive never had a valentines gift, so anything would be a bonus! lol

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  92. My best gift my hubby ever got me for valentines day was a beautiful pandora bracelet with a heart charm, although it comes very close to my second favourite present he buys me every year which is a huge bunch of my favourite roses :D xx

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  93. I think I would just like a little recognition!

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  94. Dinner for two :-)

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  95. I am not feeling it right now - so a bit of a saddy and a quiet night in would be fine

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  96. my husband got me a dart board years ago and i love it!

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  97. My perfect valentines day would be a trip to the cinema and a meal.

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  98. Time spent together and flowers to look at when he's not here

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  99. My best gift has to of been a surprise meal cooked and clean up by him, then he'd run me a bath and made me a cuppa <3 it's the little things we appreciate :)

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  100. The best one I ever received was finding out we were having a baby

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  101. We like to celebrate at home. My ideal day, if the kids weren't around, would beca long naughty lie in with my man, relaxing day, lovely bath, gorgeous home cooked meal and a good film with snuggles on the sofa

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  102. A nice quiet day/evening at home. It's my wedding anniversary on 29th February (Leap Year) so we tend to celebrate then. We actually eloped & got married at Gretna Green (many years ago) so that is the more romantic day :) x

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  103. A day out shopping money no object rounded off with a meal

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  104. a huge toblerone

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  105. For me partner to surprise me and be romantic as its not really his thing

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  106. A trip to London with cocktails and a west end show :)

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  107. My best gift was a cruise to New York on Cunards QE11

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  108. My perfect valentines would be surprise meal!

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  109. My favourite present, was my eternity ring :)

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  110. My engagement ring was best, 38 years ago!!!

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  111. anything... I have never got anything for valentines day... in fact I think im working it this year...

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  112. A lovely relaxing spa day would be ideal gift oh and some beautiful roses :)

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  113. A lazy morning, followed by a seaside or forest walk, a sauna or jacuzzi followed by a wonderful dinner with my man

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  114. It's my first 'single' valentines day for 19 years, not that the ex used to buy me bugger all anyway :D

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  115. My husband made me the most beautiful jewellery box, varnishing the wood himself and putting it to together with little dove-tail joints and a music box inside. He is wonderful!

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  116. Weekend in bed to catch up on my sleep!

    Laura Harris

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  117. I was in hospital having our son and was upset I had to take my wedding ring off. My husband nipped out and came back with a beautiful gold chain so I could wear it round my neck.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  118. I would like lunch out - lovely walk and then on to the theatre to see a musical

    KATHY D

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  119. Perfect for me would be a walk to the local lakes to feed the swan, and trip to the cinema and a nice meal out!

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  120. Best gift - a night in a spa hotel

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  121. My perfect day would start with having the day off work, a long lie with breakfast in bed, a nice card and presents Then out at night for a lovely meal and some drinks

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  122. A nice card. Sad but sweet.

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  123. Breakfast in bed would be lovely to start with, then all the housework done by someone else! In the evening go out for a meal in a nice restaurant x

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  124. I got a dozen white roses, box of chocs and a teddy bear delivered to me at work ;)

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  125. no idea really. Just quiet with no stress would be nice

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  126. A good meal, a nice bottle of wine and plenty of quality time together.

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  127. My husband proposed to me on Valentines Day so always a special day for us

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  128. To be whisked away to a romantic hdeout

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  129. To go out for a nice walk and pub lunch

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  130. A pampered day starting with breakfast in bed and ending with a romantic meal out in the evening. The time in between spent together, just the two of us.

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  131. a bunch of flowers would be a sort
    from samantha price

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  132. We only ever really go for a nice meal, something we both enjoy.

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  133. A quiet night in with a large box of chocs

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  134. this is pretty sad but at 32 i've never had a valentine! if i had one, the perfect gift would be a romantic meal in with chocolates and flowers, actually make that a giant cuddly toy as well seeing as ive never had one, ive got a lot to make up for! ;-)

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  135. spending the day cuddled up in bed with my other half watching films and having a giggle

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  136. My perfect Valentines would be a surprise meal

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  137. My perfect Valentine's Day would be a day of retro gaming, a surprise giant millie's cookie and a day spent in bed in pyjamas!

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  138. romanyic weekend away would be nice

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  139. I would love some pearl earrings

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  140. Nothing fancy, just a nice relaxing day together :)

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  141. I would love a weekend away! that would be the perfect gift.

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  142. lovely giveaway :) and for valentines day I dont mind what we do aslong as were in the same room :)

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  143. Thanks for this lovely giveaway! The best gift I got was a beautiful neckless from my hubby. He chose is himself!

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  144. Is DR OGBARI you can email him if you need his assistance in your relationship,I promise you.your problems will be solve immediately.After being in relationship with mike for seven years, He left me, i did every thing possible to bring him back back but all was in vain. I wanted him back because of the love I have for him, I begged him but he refused until I explained my problem to someone on line and she suggested that I should rather mail a spell caster that could help me cast a spell to bring him back but I am the type that never believe in spell, I had no choice than to try it, I mailed the spell caster, he told me there was no problem that everything will be okay before three days,that my ex will return to me before three days, he cast the spell and surprisingly in the second day,that was around 4:00 pm. My ex called me, I was so surprised, I answered the call and all he said was that he was so sorry for everything that happened,that he wanted to return to me, that he love me so much. I was so happy and surprised. Since then I have made a promise that every body I know will never have a relationship problem, that I will refer them to the spell caster to help them. Anybody could need the help of the spell caster, his email drogbarilovespell@gmail.com

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  145. I'd love to go up in a hot air balloon at sunset. I cant imagine anything more romantic.

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  146. lid love to be spoilt with nice pressies

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  147. love valentines day its always nice and chilled out :)

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  148. My husband and I don't do Valentine's Day, any day can have a romantic treat

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  149. My husband proposed to me on Valentine's Day so I don't think anything could top that!

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  150. A lovely meal with my boyfriend + lots of time together

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  151. My perfect Valentines Day is to be with my partner. Anything else added would be lovely too. :)

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  152. Spending time with my two boys makes every day perfect

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  153. A lovely romantic dinner, with wine, candles & soft music x

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  154. I'd love a night out at a trendy restaurant for Valentine's Day with my husband .. cliche but it'd be so fun!

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  155. A child free day with mu Husband :)

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  156. The best valentines gift I've ever received is my son after 8 years of trying for him

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  157. I'd love a child free weekend where me and hubbie could just have a little break

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  158. a belinda carlisle concert followed by dinner with wine and sytaying in a posh hotel

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  159. A nice home cooked meal followed by a snuggle on the sofa watching a romantic film.

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  160. My Best ever Valentine can't be defined It gets better every year I met my husband when I was 16 and we're celebrating our 28th wedding anniversary in June , he surprises me everyyear , soulmates don't need Valentines because every day is Valentines Day x

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  161. An lovely romantic meal

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  162. My ideal Valentine's Day would be;

    Expensive meal at a popular restaurant.
    Hair & makeup done professionally.
    Brand new outfit.
    Go to cinema after meal.
    Stay night at Hilton hotel.

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  163. My ideal Valentine Day would be
    Breakfast in bed,
    Picnic in the park,
    Night looking up at the stars with a cool glass of champagne,
    A cuddle with my loved one tucked up with a hot water bottle.

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  164. A quiet night in with a good film and a box of chocolates :)

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  165. The best present I have received was a talking Shrek cuddly toy, saying "its better out than in Fiona!"

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  166. Best gift.... not having to cook!!! takeaway or meal out I don't mind

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