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There are thousands chanting weird comments and it's not always easy when you're single. Wikimedia Commons

Let’s face it, Valentine’s Day is around the corner and people from all over the globe are getting set to unleash their emotions in front of their loved ones. But wait, what about the people who are single and has no partner to celebrate the ‘not so special day’ for them. If you are dreading Valentine’s Day at our disposal, you’re not alone. There are thousands chanting weird comments and it’s not always easy when you’re single.

Also Read: Is The observance of Valentine’s day a Commination For The Indian Culture?

No matter who you are or what you’re into, it does hurt if you’re alone because our culture has spent the past century building it up into a massively, impossible-to-fulfil big deal. To settle such a doldrum, at least all the sad single people can bond together over how B.S. this holiday really is. Hence, Twitter stands to be a great place for Valentine’s Day haters: While all the happy people appreciate the chocolate-covered roses, the grumps make fun of the whole thing.

Many people are rendering their thoughts by displaying various hashtags such as:

#WhyImSingle #valentine #happyvalentinesday #valentineday #valentines #valentinesday #LoveHappens

Here we have compiled a list of the hilarious Valentine’s Day tweets that are buzzing the internet with a spoof. So let these bunch of tweets make you laugh through the pain.











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