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Valentine’s Day can be full of all sorts of surprises. Students shared their best and worst Valentine’s Day stories.

Alex Trevisanut said, “The best Valentine’s Day was my first Valentine’s Day ever with my husband. We had our first kiss.”

CJ Thompson said, “Worst Valentine’s Day is when I had a lot of homework and I had to stay home and do nothing.”

Ethan Edwards said, “Best one would be, it would be with my mom.”

Jacob Sundles said, “It’s like I typically break right before Valentine’s Day for some reason, don’t know why. So it’s like, ‘oh man I’m lonely’”.

Rosillah Nalule said, “Flowers and chocolate from literally a secret admirer. He is a secret admirer and had a crush on me the same time I had a crush on him. It turned out to be the best Valentine’s Day ever”.

Brittany Tanner said, “I’m hoping it’s this next one. I’m being faithful”.

Kyle Dutson said, “I forgot to get her a card and a gift so I pretty much forgot the whole day so…”.

Travis sheets said, “My girlfriend surprised me with a couple things. She got me a couple things. She got me promise ring to wear and then she got me a picture that was a picture of the temple”.

Mallory Dixon said, “Elementary school we gave valentines to each other, so I had a bunch of Valentines. I don’t have one this Valentines, but it might be my mom”.

Julia Pooley said, “My worst is probably eighth grade when everybody had all their cute couples and stuff and all getting flowers. I was so jealous of all the flowers”.

Mike Schmidtlein said, “Maybe my favorite, as you know, being a married individual, was even last year’s, my first Valentine’s Day with my wife”.

Cody Cutler said, “Me and some friends didn’t have a significant other and so we just went around and did a bunch of service for people”.

I’m Tori Butler with Scroll TV News.

 

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