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The Burning Question*: Should men expect a present on Valentine's Day?

Let TheJournal.ie distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)

An Irish man hangs around a forest with some roses - no doubt awaiting his Valentine's Day present.
An Irish man hangs around a forest with some roses - no doubt awaiting his Valentine's Day present.
Image: Shutterstock/taramara78

IT’S VALENTINE’S DAY tomorrow.

There’s no escaping it.

Restaurants will be booked-out, florists will be sold-out, and jewellers will be doing a roaring trade all day today as people snatch up last-minute gifts.

But should men expect to receive gifts from their wives and girlfriends today – or should all of the traffic be going in the other direction?

We had a (slightly) heated debate in the office – and there was no clear consensus.

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So what do you think?

Obviously, other combinations of romantic couples are available in 21st century Ireland – but in one that’s 50% male and 50% female, what are the rules?

As always, tick a poll option here or join in the raging altercation in the comments section below.


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