Monday, January 26, 2009

Valentine's Day on a McBudget

Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, I thought I’d offer some ideas for romancing your special someone. Obviously, things like The Melting Pot, Cartier diamonds, and the ***Lelo Pleasure Object*** are great ideas, but in case you haven’t noticed, we are in a recession. Here are some ideas for a budget-friendly Valentine’s Day that is sure to leave your partner speechless:


Start the evening off right. Go to McDonalds and purchase a bunch of McNuggets. Cut them into heart-shapes. Make sure to have a variety of McDonald’s dipping sauces to try. Some locations may charge you extra for the sauce, but it’s worth it. There are people out there who are prone to have a melt-down without sweet ‘n sour sauce, only to find them at the bottom of the bag, and you just do not want to deal with that on V-day. If you absolutely can’t afford the extra sauces, just go in 5 seperate times and tell them you forgot to ask for sauce when you went through the drive-thru “just a minute ago.”

Romance movies: With movie tickets at $10 each, who can afford dinner and a movie anymore? If you can’t even afford to rent a DVD, just go to your local public library and check one out- it’s FREE with a library membership. Click here to find your local public library. Need ideas for the perfect movie? rated their top 10 V-day Movies:
1. Casablanca (1942)
2. Notting Hill (1999)
3. It Happened One Night (1934)
4. Romeo and Juliet (1968)
5. West Side Story (1961)
6. French Kiss (1995)
7. Like Water for Chocolate (1993)
8. A Room With a View (1986)
9. The Princess Bride (1987)
10. Gone with the Wind (1939)
In the coming days I will post my own top 10 movies for Valentine’s Day!

The Bath Seat

I was standing in line at my Rite Aid pharmacy and saw this. A man behind me in line sees it at the same time and says to his super attractive girlfriend “I could think of a bunch of ways to use that.” I thought to myself, “how clever! This guy really knew how to stretch his budget!” No way is he going to spend $300 on some scary sex swing. And, if he happens to have a grandma or grandpa on Medicare he could probably snag one for FREE!

The Conair Heat Massage Tool

I don’t think further description is necessary. Also available at your local Rite Aid.

Those are just some ideas for creating a special and memorable Valentine’s Day. If you think of something I have left out, please add your suggestions to the comments section.

P.S. Have you had your Pat Smear this year?

1 comment:

BK said...

Girl, you got a ten piece, now don't be stingyyyyyyyyyyyeyeyeyyyeyeyy.

I wish I could get a Pat Smear. I'd rock out with hith cock out. Yummmmm.