Might Have Been The Right Time, But May Have Been The Wrong Gift.
Get it right this Valentine's Day
A new survey finds that on Valentine's Day, most men plan to shell out an average of $84.39 to romance their significant others. Women will spend an average of $48.13. That said, not many people get what they actually want.
Only 49 percent of women want to receive dinner, while 30 percent want chocolates and 20 percent want flowers.
As for me, when asked if I'd like Dinner, Chocolate of Flowers? My answer is always, YES:)
**And, ladies, the best way to get what you are hoping for is to tell him!
**FYI: CreditDonkey researchers also found that only slightly more than half (58 percent) of Americans plan to celebrate St. Valentine's Day at all this year.