Valentine’s Day wrap up
Did your guy satisfy you on V-day?
A couple years ago officials at ashleymadison.com, the website for married couples who want to cheat discreetly, said more women sign up for their services the days after Valentine's Day and Mother's Day than any other days of the year. The reason? These married women were disappointed that their men either were too cheap/forgot/didn't care about making them feel special on those days.
This week All Woman asked women, were you satisfied with the attention you received this V-Day, and what are your future plans with your mate?
Heather W, in a relationship seven years:
He bought me a gift, something that I really needed and he didn't even know that I needed it. I love it so much. After seven years of Valentine's the next one we will be us as man and wife. But I still would have preferred going out.
Stacy-Ann B, in a relationship two years:
He didn't do a thing! He made sure to tell me that he didn't believe in Valentine's Day because it's pagan. But that's how they behave when they don't want to give you anything. As a result, I gave him nothing either and mi soon leff that!
Coleen J, married 18 years:
My husband did not satisfy me. No gifts, no nothing! Maybe if it was a lover he would have paid more attention. Lovers make sure you are being loved and taken care of. But I'm not leaving him.
Annmarie G, in a relationship eight years:
I was satisfied. We stayed home and had a quiet, simple evening. Simplicity is always the best way to go!
Charmaine B, in a relationship four years:
He made me feel like I was the only woman in the world! The pampering and all that — I wish Valentine's was once per week!
Christine K, married two years:
My husband sent me a huge basket at work. I was very surprised because when he left home that morning he did not say anything about Valentine's Day. So of course when I went home we completed the day in his favourite way.
Audrey T, in a relationship two years:
Satisfy? Not even a phone call to say 'Happy Valentine's Day'! Then the next day he told me he does not believe in those things. Mean him mean! Men like that get bun!
Joan W, married 20 years:
I don't think any of us satisfied each other. I went to work in the day and in the night I went to a set-up (wake) and he went to play dominoes with his brethren up the street. But I'm not about Valentine's. Love is about every day.