“‘Steak and Blowjob Day’? Really? In our house we call that ‘Saturday.'”

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How do you and your significant other celebrate Valentine’s Day or “Steak & BJ Day”? Is it harmless fun? Part of a larger Hallmark industrial complex? A way to shake up love? Jennifer says the real problem comes when you let Cosmo, GQ, or society tell you what love and romance are.

This is a comment by Jennifer J. on the post “Steak & BJ Day: A Solution in Search of a Problem“.

Jennifer J. said:

“Steak and Blowjob Day”? Really? In our house we call that “Saturday.”

Also, Valentine’s Day = everybody gets his or her favorite kind of chocolate (kids included) and we eat it for dinner. No pressure, no overpriced “special” restaurant menu, and no one has to cook. Win-win.

Great article, Noah. The big problem here comes of couples allowing society to tell that what should make them happy. Figure out what makes you happy, tell your partner what it is, and try to give them what they need to be happy, too. Don’t let your mother, drinking buddies, Cosmo, GQ, or Hallmark tell you what you should expect and when you should expect it. If your partner loves you, he or she wants to give you what is special to you, not some generic one-size-fits-all gift, be it jewelry, steak, or sexual favors.

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  1. wellokaythen says:

    So, how long do you have to suck on the steak before…oh…never mind, I get it.

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