The politics of dating
Have you ever gone out with someone who is not a democrat or a republican?
Even though we’re in a presidential election year, politics and finding love can be tricky.
If these signs occur often, it could indicate troubles that run deeper than political differences.
In this case, changing the subject is only a quick fix.
The problem comes in where the CEO is practically bathing in riches, in comparison to shop-keeps ages ago who sometimes were lucky if they could afford their own stalls and studios.
We're less complaining about commercialism and more complaining that it doesn't enrich the common people.
Valentine's Day is just a bunch of impulse buys taped into a heart shaped box and slapped in the face of singles, lol.
Now, instead of your traditional marketplace selling all sorts of aphrodisiacs and charms, which may or may not work, it's flowers and chocolate and teddy bears -- and jewelery -- and corporations make money hand over fist.
You make a good point and I promise I'm not just disagreeing with the final tagline just because -- but I am sorta embarrassed to admit that a lot of the reason I never dated much before I met my fiancee (@littlemisfortune, yes I'm talking about you) was that people always seemed to be trying to buy my love, or think that a ring or a necklace, or candy, or a storebought flower bouquet meant more than a tenderly crafted note and paper rose, because handmade stuff wasn't as The way I see it, if you're spending on frivolous stuff that we could have made at home or got cheaper, you're wasting money and/or being lazy and materialistic."Political talk within the family structure works well for us," Turner tells Web MD.