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Love,

Unfortunately not everyone (Via Eater.)

Comments (30)
  1. I agree, Kelly. Chick-fil-A has a much more romantic ambience.

  2. That’s about one “nope” for every burger in a White Castle suitcase.

  3. You’d think they could at least make the burgers heart-shaped.

  4. I want to be like “Oh, hey, whatever makes you happy” but this is kinda bullshit because it’s like a half step away from some douchey hipster couple going to White Castle on Valentine’s Day just to be anti-Valentine’s Day. Guys, if you don’t want to celebrate it, you don’t have to. If you don’t want to spend the money, that’s fine too, and if that means you choose to go to White Castle as like boho chic or whatever (only okay for non-hipsters), that’s fine, whatever. But if two people in the couple aren’t both okay with this plan…it’s super bullshit.
    Related: my buddy called me the morning of Valentine’s Day to wish me happy bday and she told me her husband text messaged her “Happy Valentine’s Day” and that was all he was going to do and that was fine with her. Well that’s some bullshit, from my perspective, because he’s the worst, but she is happy so I didn’t say anything. I guess what I”m trying to say is that if you don’t want to do Valentine’s, make sure your partner doesn’t want to either.
    Also don’t bring your kids out on Valentine’s day either…I saw kids out when I was at dinner and I thought that sucks.

    • Truckasaurus has more issues with Valentine’s Day than Bugs Moran.

      • :(
        Call it 30 years of resentment of telling people my birthday is on Valentine’s Day and having the most frequent response be “I hate Valentine’s Day!” I just want people to enjoy it!

        • Next year I’m going to go to White Castle in celebration of truckasaurus’ birthday.

        • Happy belated birthday! I can’t believe you were born on Die Hard 5 Day, you are the luckiest person alive.

        • I love Valentine’s Day, truckasaurus! I loved it even as a single gal in the city or whatever nonsense. It’s an excuse to have heart shaped chocolates and cakes and even when single, you can send your friends ridiculous cards like children’s Valentines! The best I Valentine I ever got was from my roommate. It had Emperor Palpatine telling me we could rule the galaxy together. My family also sends me things like heart socks even though I am a grown woman, which I always find adorable!

  5. I’m too good for White Castle, but if a gentleman were to suggest a date at Wendy’s, I would be so into it. Through some miracle of physics, a Frosty can melt my cold heart.

  6. On behalf of everyone who had a terribly lazy Valentine’s day that they wondered if they should feel bad about, I’d like to thank all of these people for reminding us that no, no we do not.

    It is also nice to be reminded that single people, even terribly lonely single people, aren’t the saddest creatures that day.

    • i think that’s going a little too far toward insulting people who don’t need to be insulted. im just not sure what the big deal is here… it’s not like a collection of hobos and people with kids and morons. its just something thats kinda funny and different. i would really not think of myself as a sad creature because i have done this with my significant other, and it makes me feel bad that that’s the message i’m putting out there :(

      • So hobos and people with kids are sad creatures?

        I felt bad about people mocking this when you wrote below about how to do this, and look, you’re getting upvotes there for standing up for doing what you like doing, because that is generally appreciated around her. I was even going to respond with a funny story about accidently possibly mocking someone, but now its a little more like you need to lighten up. It is a humor site, people make jokes.

        Want to know what I did for my Valentine’s Day? My girlfriend and I decided to not really celebrate it, and I told her I would buy her new hair ties because she loses them constantly and I steal them, then I forgot even that. We followed that up with going out for pizza, went home, watched an episode of Star Trek, and I stayed up drinking wine and reading. So really, I’m not taking any of this seriously and was making fun of myself too.

        • thats honestly not what i meant at all. i have kids, and i am not a sad creature, and though i am not a hobo, i would not say that they are sad creatures either!! i just don’t like being called the lowest of the low and saddest of the sad creatures just because i went to white castle. i dont see how thats a joke.

          i am not trying to be a wet blanket at all. i just wrote my first comment, and it didnt show up after a couple refreshes, so i thought it wasn’t coming, and so i wrote a reply to you instead. not my intention to pepper the thread with my opinion; sorry if i was too chatty.

  7. Adding to the romance: being serenaded by the Mos Eisley Cantina theme

  8. We went out with two other couples for VDay. Somehow our dinner order got lost. The place had an open style kitchen and you could see them all yelling at each other back there just like on that show where they all yell at each other. We didn’t care because we were having a great time with the wine, but the manager came over to apologize and we asked about the yelling. He said that it was a “motivational talk” for the staff, and then he comped the starters. So all in all, a good night.

    • That is wonderful. I feel like a lot of open kitchens don’t let the yelling happen, even though yelling happens all the time at every other restaurant.

      I wonder how their motivational talks go? My buddy who owns a restaurant likes to give motivational talks that start off normal, but end with him talking about a guy in Tennessee who stole his tools from him and he had to hunt him down and murder him for his tools back. Restaurants are weird places.

  9. Confession time:

    Last year, a few days before valentines day, I was TOTALLY SOBER AND NOT AT ALL INTOXICATED OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS IN ANY WAY (cough cough), and my friend told me that White Castle takes reservations for valentines day and I started crying (literally, crying, with tears running down my face, in public, on the subway) because 1) I thought it was such a beautiful expression of love 2) i really wanted White Castle 3) it was too late to make reservations for that valentines day and I’d have to wait a year.

    Needless to say, this year rolled around and I ended up spending Valentines Day trimming my shitty mohawk and watching toddlers and tiaras with some friends.

  10. It’s like some people have never heard of eating at home.

  11. i guess i am in the tiny minority, but i will say that my husband and i have been going to white castle on valentine’s day for 5 years in a row now, and it is the only day of the year that i eat fast food, and it is something i kind of look forward to! it is fun, and different, and maybe people arent staging some kind of protest against the hallmark holiday making machine, or trying to be hipsters, or settling because we forgot to make plans. We are just doing something different that is cheap, and fun, and that is not such a horrible thing as everyone here seems to think it is. it’s kind of cute!! it is just something different than you’re used to.

  12. I celebrated valentines day with my gf by getting some muffins and later splitting a thing of 20 mcnuggets and some fries. I also made this note for her.

    • I make a Steve Brule card for every occasion that can possibly warrant it. I’m sure it’s super annoying but it makes me happy and that’s all that really matters.

  13. i got very drunk and made out in an alley with a very hot dude, which is like, basically my idea of a perfect valentine’s day, because i am a classy lady.

  14. “It’s like a five-star restaurant.” I understand that English is not that lady’s first language, but that was horrible pronunciation of “dollar.”

  15. Subvert the dominant paradigm, folks!

  16. I cannot get that 2:10 of my life back.

  17. Oh a nice dinner at White Castle, followed by a bout of the most romantic affliction, explosive diarrhea. Have fun you couples!

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