Valentine's Day

February 14th, 2004 / #friends, #ib, #valentinesday

Today I wrote on a post-it note and got Sarah Jones to slap it on Angus’ back. It’s a “kick me” haiku which is now proudly displayed below Hodgkinson’s white board.

I just want to say
That I want you to kick me
In haiku format.

Valentine’s Day is such a load of crap. It’s the universal “Americans are deep in debt up to their ears from Christmas so why not spend thirty bucks on a bunch of flowers that’ll die in about a week” day. Lord knows it’s exactly what we need, that coupled with chocolate that (admittedly) I don’t like all that much. I’m convinced this Saint Valentine fella is the spawn of Satan.

Yeah, I said it – wanna fight about it?


There are 4 comments. Such a lively discussion!

  1. Angus spoke up on October 15, 2005.

    While most people get flowers and candy on Valentines Day, I get a “kick me” sign in haiku that which was a development of my idea to begin with. Thanks Casey, I cough love cough you too…

  2. Trizis spoke up on October 15, 2005.

    Will you be my Valentine Casey?

    So many Caseys.
    So little Time.

  3. silent x spoke up on October 15, 2005.

    casey my love, this entry isnt even necessary..you know you are forgiven. This give and take relationship has grown on me and I cannot not imagine life w/out it, or our hot love.
    Happy valentines day you sexy man beast

  4. Annual Defense Mechanism at sociallyconsciousbird.com spoke up on February 14, 2011.

    [...] at this time, I write a detailed manifesto about how Valentine’s Day is of the Devil (see 2004 and 2005). And in thinking this week about what new insights I could add to the already viscous [...]

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