If so, are you happy with being alone?
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Being forever single is like being immune to heartbreak, where you get to avoid the inevitable pain and disappointment that comes with love. Love may promise happiness and fulfillment, but let's be real, it will hurt you anyways. So why bother? Just enjoy the simple things in life, like being able to sleep diagonally in your bed, not having to share your fries, and being able to leave the toilet seat up without consequence. The life of a forever single person may not be glamorous, but at least it's predictable... and pain-free.0
I'm never alone, only in peaceful solitude! I wouldn't have it any other way and have no intention of changing that. If you do not know God, do not know self, and do not know your life purpose, then you will know loneliness.
The relationship that you forge with God and yourself is the key, but most focus on the relationship they forge with others, while neglecting the one they have with self, and they also neglect God, then they suffer loneliness because there can be no solitude.0
Still alone. And still happy. I don’t have time to balance a relationship currently. And this means I don’t have to spend money on anyone other than me at the moment (the dog doesn’t count lol)0
What Girls & Guys Said
I am not alone for Valentine's Day.0
Extremely happy with being alone0
Still alone, definitely not happy being single and alone, but when your old and ugly like me, and trust me women tell me all the time I’m ugly, it’s not like I have any chance of being with someone.
Would like to find someone, but unless a girl is blind, or completely desperate, I don’t stand a chance.0
I am not dating right now and I'm mostly fine with it. When dating, I never really liked Valentine's Day anyway. To me it was like, you've got to do all this stuff just because the holiday says so. I had some bad experiences with Valentine's Day and expectations.0
I’m alone yet again. Have been every Valentine’s I’ve been alive.
There’s a particular woman I’m interested in who everyone I’ve mentioned her to says I should ask out but I have almost zero dating experience so I think it’d be more problematic than not to try a first date on the 14th.0
Ye and no. Yes to freedom. No because too many alone times. I'd love to be cared for and I care for someone. Can be very boring, especially when most of my friends are married. Seems like to have a mental and physical connection with someone. I get none.0
Quite alone. Getting tired of it. I enjoy being by myself but it would be nice to not have to be.10
Yeaaah... alone and funkin' happy. So don't think i'll change anything rn10
I've been alone for my whole life, probably will be for the rest. I've been upset a d obsessed with it for a long time. I think it's better to try and be content than to continue to be in a neverending spiral of self-loathing11
Yes and yes. I've stopped celebrating on Valentine's day a long time ago. Lowkey it's a tacky holiday. Treat you partner/significant other great throughout the year and ditch making a big deal about it on the Hallmark holiday.0
I am but it's like Sean Lock said 'I hear voices in my head all the time but I just ignore them and carry on killing.'0
Of course!! why should this VD be any different?
So far, I've only spent 10 of them with someone and, at least the last one or two of them, she was already with someone else.0
I’m happy now that I’m out of a toxic abusive relationship.
I don’t ever want to be in a relationship again.0
Yes and planing to stay so at least till its over, not going to have the time for it anyway0
I’m seeing someone, but yes. Technically I am still alone. We are 9 years apart and I don’t feel right about making it an official relationship0
Alone and Acing it
Basically an AA+ for me
Already strong as an Toshiba here0
I'm always alone so I'm already used to it and gave up trying. So yeah I'd say I'm content.0
In terms of not having a SO, yes. In terms of not being around people, no.10
Another Valentine’s Day alone. I’d be happy to finally spend that day with someone for the first time in my life but it’s not a big deal0
Nope. But never cared much about Valentine's Day whether single or taken1
Yes, and happily so! 😊
Not sure why people consider being alone on Valentine's day as pathetic, sad, or lonely.
And before anyone goes there, some of y'all are single on your birthday, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas too... but I sure don't judge you for it. So why does being single on this one particular holiday make a difference?
Just do like the rest of us: spoil yourself, and buy half off candy the next day.