Top five things to do this Valentine’s Day


Sanjay Fernando

The Current is here to help you decide what exactly you should do this Valentine’s day.

As the dreaded day approaches, you may be wondering, “What should I do this Valentine’s Day?” Well lucky for you, we have a list of things you can do with your Valentine (or friends)! If you’re single, sadly we won’t be of any help and you can definitely stop reading now, maybe go cry to a romance movie.

Fight another couple

Fighting can be a great bonding activity for you and your significant other, but it’s even better to team up and fight another couple to establish your superiority. You can ask any couple on the street, I’m sure they’ll be more than willing to participate.

Go to the movies

Going to the movies is a great date if you want to spend a lot of time with your Valentine. You can even watch romantic movies and see the picture-perfect couples and wish it was you! As great as a movie date may be, it can’t fix your failing relationship.

Go out to eat

With your significant other, everything can be romantic, even something as simple as grabbing a bite of food. You can get dinner with your Valentine, and in the process grow to hate them and the way they eat, to be honest, it’s absolutely disgusting.

Cheat on your partner

Don’t let your partner stop you from finding your true soulmate. What better way to spend Valentine’s day than with someone new (especially if you’re in a relationship). Your partner never has to even know, but it’d be better if you tell them, think of it as their Valentine’s day gift!


This one is pretty self-explanatory, especially if you’re genuinely following this list. Breaking up will certainly end Valentine’s day with a bang, and you can definitely start the next chapter of your life from there on!

This comes from the depths of our hearts, we are definitely not just saying this because we’re single and bitter. We hope you enjoy this Valentine’s day and keep this list in mind throughout your day!

*Editors Note: We do not actually condone any of this behavior, this is a satirical article, and The Current is not responsible for the end of your relationships.*



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