This Valentine’s Day, the girls in the Finally Famous Book Club give serious consideration to love in its various forms. Hooley Dooley.
Oh dear, it’s that day again. Happy Valentine’s to the desperate, commiserations to those who invested in Bitcoin and a cheerio to Kristina. I’m going back to bed.
If there’s a day for the use of large words to impress people, surely Valentine’s Day is it. Time to hook bae with the length of your perspicacity, yeah?
Love, as they say, is a losing game, and that is never truer than on this particular day of the calendar. But it’s not all bad. “Attached” doesn’t necessarily mean “happy”, so well done, us losers!
Mathew Mackie walks among the Valentine’s Day victims, so he knocked together an ode to honour those who have missed out.
If you’re at all like us at The Big Smoke, you have a love/hate relationship with Valentine’s Day. We put together our favourite films’ favourite scenes – from twisted romance to just plain murder – to celebrate the most romantic (and expensive) day of the year!
Rob Idol is back with his summation of the week that was and he’s not short of content; black holes, Trump’s revival and a Valentine’s gesture.
Valentine’s Day is done (all at TBS say “Yay, OK bye now, happy singles day every day!!”), but those roses you got…where did they come from? Natasha Mann susses it out…
Given all the tragedy shadowing what is such a significant date, Paris offers some answers to what he calls “The Valentine’s Day Question.”
We thought he wouldn’t go to any effort this year, but ever the romantic, Matt Lygoe offers his insights on Valentine’s Day to our beloved TBS readers this Valentine’s Day…
No longer the sex festival it once was, as Valentines Day soars towards us on the wings of Cupid, April Davis asks the obvious question – “What is love?”
Following on from Xavier Toby’s piece about the 36 Questions, Natasha Mann wants to see if they work…if any TBSers give them a try, be warned…if you read the list out loud, you may fall in love with yourself…
Sydney Scenic SUP (stand up paddle boarding) might be a slightly different way to show your affection for your loved one this Valentine’s Day.
There is no such things as a Happy Valentine’s Day and Xavier Toby is here to tell you why in his Friday Top Five – The Best and Worst of Valentine’s Day.
Paul Bugeja would like to state that no Schapelle Corbys were harmed in the writing of this editorial…