The Weekly Substandard: The Perfect Day

The Weekly is still cooling down after last week’s column (read: busy with school).  To fill the place of the usual debate, Jack and Jill decided to post a photo journal of their respective Valentines Days accompanying tips on how to make your next one the perfect one.

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There is nothing like starting everyone’s favorite day of the year with breakfast in bed.  A single rose may be the perfect accoutrement.

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A love note is always a great idea for the V-Day.  Make sure to use a red matching theme too.

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A candlelit five-course dinner with a subtle piano piece playing in the background will set the mood for the evening.

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And, if you are unlucky enough to not have a date, remember this cliché: there are plenty of other fish in the sea.

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Jill
Note: Unlike Jack, I am a realist, and realize the cure to any lonely Valentine’s Day (well, just ANY normal day, is liquor)

To please your woman on V-Day, begin with a Jack and Coke and a Bravo t.v. show. Any will do.

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Next, take your girl to a bar and make hand puppets. The suggestive “rooster” usually sets the mood right.

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Don’t worry, did you start drinking way too early, and pass out before happy hour? That’s okay. It happens. Reverse happy hour was made with that in mind!

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Nothing like a good ol’ hangover cure for lunch the next day: cottage cheese and beets.. Delicious.

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Visit next week as we tackle a new topic and set a new bar for subtlety and taste, and, if you have an opinion on the matter, COMMENT BELOW!

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