Exactly one month until Valentine’s Day – the most romantic day of the year. In addition to the huge amounts of hearts and Valentine’s cards and upcoming long lines at florists, we have collected for you the most interesting facts about Valentine’s Day that you may never have heard! Sometimes the numbers also help in choosing the right gift! Read on!
14 interesting facts about Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is coming, the women are making Valentine’s cards and decorating the apartment with hearts, half of your friends are planning a marriage proposal and you are hoping for a romantic surprise from your loved one every year. But would it really be surprising, if it is expected, and is it obligatory to donate something? The answer we know: YES! The statistics show that 20% of women get angry if they do not receive a gift for Valentine’s Day. And 4% of those 20% are very stupid and with hours of silence. In order to avoid such an unpleasant situation, we have compiled for you the results of various surveys on the topic – most popular gifts and facts about Valentine’s Day Statista collected! Would you like to take a look at it?
THIS WILL EXPECT YOU: The most popular gifts for Valentine’s Day
“I hate Valentine’s Day” – facts and figures
And if you are from those people who hate Valentine’s Day, we have good news for you – you are not alone! A survey of deals.com , revealed that 4 out of 10 Germans hate the day of love. No matter if 73% of Germans give away flowers for Valentine’s Day, almost 80% of them think that there is a conspiracy to florists and the flowers are clearly expensive.
Every year more than 100 million roses are sold worldwide for Valentine’s Day
On Valentine’s Day you pay attention to small attention: Statistics shows that the gift should cost no more than 25 euros
World record: the longest kiss in the world lasted 58 hours without interruption!
Facts about Valentine’s Day Talk: Believe in miracles! One in five singles admits his love to someone on Valentine’s Day!
40% of people know when is Valentine’s Day!