Valentine’s day
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Valentine’s day

Valentine’s day

Valentine’s day continues to gain followers every year, a tradition with great popular popularity thanks to the Anglo-Saxon influence, although not everyone knows that this custom began in Europe and dates back to the third century in Rome, where a priest named Valentine opposed the order of Emperor Claudius II, who decided to prohibit the celebration of marriages for young people, considering that single people without family were better soldiers, since they had fewer ties and sentimental ties.

However, more and more women do not wait for their partner to give them something. The rise of the “single” has spectacularly encouraged more and more women to decide to give themselves as gifts.

One way or another, there is no better time to treat someone or yourself, what are you going to do?

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