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Are you avoiding Valentine's Day? Let us help

These things will take your mind off all the pukey romance…

Is this you? Never fear, we’re here to help (Image: Imgur.com)

SO IT’S VALENTINE’S Day and while some people are just mad about it/have someone to spend it with/are suckers for romance, others don’t feel quite the same way.

So if you’re single/hate Valentine’s Day/enjoy midly amusing videos of goats roaring and pictures of Prince Charles dancing, you’ve come to the right place.

Here are a collection of things to take your mind off V Day…

This dog trying to bury his bone in the kitchen floor

This, my friends, is determination…


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This anti-romance song from Ceelo Green

NSFW at all at all…


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These goats screaming

If there’s anything that will take your mind off romance, it’s this…


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Look how much Koko the gorilla loves kittens


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Look at this collection of pictures of Prince Charles dancing

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Watch this video of Aengus MacGrianna making a variety of boo-boos


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Get yourself to Lidl and buy some of these

They still have them, I saw them yesterday. And if you’re single, you don’t have to share them with anybody.

Bonus!

Scoff at the story of Lisa and Barry

If romance isn’t your thing you’ll HATE this. Get your best scoffing face ready.

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