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Old 02-14-2013, 03:52 PM   #1
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Default Valentine's Day - 2013

First Valentine's day with my girlfriend, been together about a year and live together.

Planning on picking up a few bottles of her favorite beer, cooking up a filet on the grill and something tasty to go with it. Later taking her late-night bowling. Haven't been in years myself, should be a riot.

What are you all doing with your SO?

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Old 02-14-2013, 03:54 PM   #2
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LMAO...

I read "talk her into a late night blowing"

Nice dinner at a restaurant of her choosing. Wine...a bottle of white, then red.

Maybe tap my RyePA. Then prolly tap her.

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Old 02-14-2013, 03:58 PM   #3
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Cooking her Steak Oscar with some roasted red potatoes and a bottle of red wine. Then we're going to a chocolate dinner at our local chocolatier.

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My wife is picking up a pizza and antipasto from our favorite place in New Haven. White pie with sausage and artichoke. Nom.

Wish I could grill something, but my grill is currently under about 2 1/2 feet of snow.

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Then we're going to a chocolate dinner at our local chocolatier.
Escazu by any chance?
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Feeding and taking care of 5 month old twins. Then probably passing out around 8 or 9?

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Im hit double - its her birthday also

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LMAO...

I read "talk her into a late night blowing"
Ha, that's on the daily agenda!

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Wish I could grill something, but my grill is currently under about 2 1/2 feet of snow.
As a Vermont native who also lived in New York for 10 years - I feel your pain. I bbq almost every day in honor of those who can't!

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Feeding and taking care of 5 month old twins. Then probably passing out around 8 or 9?
I'm too old for that kind of partying, I can't keep up!

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Oh ouch, the double whammy. What are you planning?
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As a Vermont native who also lived in New York for 10 years - I feel your pain. I bbq almost every day in honor of those who can't!
Whereabouts in NY? I'm from LI originally. Been in CT for just about 6 years now.
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I gave up, just a lot of smiling and saying " whatever you want is fine with me honey" . There is really no right plan here, especially since her younger sister ( by 5 years) who passed away a couple years ago shared the same birthday. Today is hellday

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