Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Avoid Cliches On Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14)

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Celebrating Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14) on a dime may not be so bad after all.

According to a survey by AXE, due to the poor economy, 62 percent of women are expecting their significant others to spend less than $30 on Valentine’s Day this year.

This means no need for cliche-filled routines that include expensive candy, fancy dinners, and pricey flowers.

Dating expert Amy Spencer says there are alternatives to the standard Valentine’s Day gifts.

For instance, instead of going to a stuffy restaurant for dinner, guys can treat their gals to breakfast in bed.

In lieu of spending big bucks on fancy jewelry, guys can buy their Valentines something personal and from the heart, like a book or movie they’ve been wanting.

However, not all Valentine’s Day traditions should be ruled out.

Spencer says chocolate should still be incorporated – even if it’s just a guy doused in AXE’s Dark Temptation chocolate scent – because 70 percent of women rank chocolate as more irresistible than shopping, jewelry, or even sex.

(Contact numbers available only to subscribing media or trial media users. You can request samples at the Wireless Flash web site.)
Copyright © 2009 Wireless Flash News Inc. All rights reserved. Wireless Flash® and FlashNews® are registered trademarks of Wireless Flash News Inc.