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Mysteries Of The Valentine's Day Origin

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Hopefully everyone had a wonderful love filled Valentine's Day. Now what is going on, and why do we celebrate by sending poems, chocolate covered strawberries and flowers? Do other cultures do this, and if so for how long have they? Straight up... who is this dude Valentine? Striders seeks to answer these questions and much more. Sources: ‘Who Was The Real St. Valentine? The Many Myths Behind The Inspiration For Valentine’s Day’ by Livia Gershon, ‘6 Surprising Facts About St. Valentine’ by Elizabeth Hanes,, See for privacy information.

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