The Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day Go Hand-in-Hand. Here’s Why!

Super Bowl Sunday is a sacred day for most American men. Meanwhile, across the hall, we go the Valentine’s Day, which is equally as sacred for women. With both of these two major events only nine days apart, it’s easy to the point that the Super Bowl for men is prized equally as the same way as Valentine’s Day is for the ladies. Whether you’re a lost lover or a crazy football fan, comparing these two events will help you comprehend how crucial these days are for men and women.

So why that is the Super Bowl for men is similar to Valentine’s Day for women? It’s pretty simple. Both men and women, dedicate all their emotional efforts of these larger-than-life events. The ladies would never understand what’s so important of watching two teams score to her boyfriend. And for the guys, they know very well, that if they don’t do anything special or romantic for their girlfriends on Valentine’s Day, they won’t be able to get a date with them on February 15 or later.

Guys patiently wait the whole year for the Super Bowl. Women wait enthusiastically throughout the year hoping that their boyfriends will either propose or make their relationship exclusive. They also hope that their significant others will tell them, “I Love You,” or at least take their online dating profile down or change their Facebook status to, “In A Relationship.”

Men come down prepared for the Super Bowl. They decide with whom and which venue will they like to go to enjoy watching the game. On the other hand, women start giving out clues to their boyfriends about their favorite romantic beaches or restaurants, hoping that their man will understand the hints, and book the place in advance before it gets overbooked.

Meanwhile, when a guy’s team loses the tournament, he will be upset for a while but will get over it pretty fast. He knows that his teams has another chance of clinching the title next year, and will spend the whole football season supporting his team. In contrast, it’s entirely different for women. If a woman’s beau or someone she likes doesn’t ask her out for a date on Valentine’s Day, there is little chance she will get over it. She will think that her man is dating someone else, and she’s not at the top of his list. It’s very likely that she will erase this man from her dating list.

No woman wants to be at the bottom of a guy’s dating list. She will unfriend him from her social media sites, and won’t return his desperate phone calls or respond to his texts or emails. In short, he won’t have a second chance to ask her out, unless he was out of the city or in a long distance relationship.

So, whether you’re a crazy romantic or die hard sports fanatic, when you’re dating someone, talk to your love interest about what these days mean to you. If you’re still looking for someone, use this chance to accept all invitations to both the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Days singles. It doesn’t matter, if your team loses or failed to get a date, you still had fun and met some great people!

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