How would you throw an anti-Valentines Day party?

fizzygato fizzygato
My school is holding an anti-Valentines Day party, by having a speed dating event.

I'm wondering what your thoughts were on this. I mean, aren't they kind of having a V Day party in itself by promoting its beliefs (i.e. relationships)? Or is this still "anti"?

How would you throw an anti-Valentines Day party? What would you do for it?
02/09/2013
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FlashFuchsia FlashFuchsia
Buying a pint/half gallon of ice creme and eating the whole thing while watching the Hallmark channel with my 12 (read "1") cats.
02/09/2013
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Voodoo dolls, a bonfire fueled by gifts/notes, hard liquor, and lots of screaming and drumming.

I must arrange this now.
02/09/2013
Trixie Horror Trixie Horror
Yeah, that's pretty weird. That's pretty much a gigantic oxymoron. It'd be like vegetarians getting together and eating a nice steak dinner. What?

Last year, my (ex)friends and I hosted a Rocky Horror themed V. D. Party (as in venereal disease, hah) and used it as an excuse to eat awesome food and dress up in lingerie. The only thing related to romance was the lingerie and the hearts we had that decorated the place. It was fun, I will say.
02/10/2013
GONE! GONE!
Yeeeah I was thinking it would be more of an event for lonely people to just have non-romantic fun. A speed dating event seems pretty in line with the holiday so not really an anti-Valentine's party!
02/10/2013
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