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7 Sexy Ways to Celebrate Valentine's Day on a Budget ...

By Angeli

Don't worry guys, we get it. Not everyone has cash to throw about on Valentine's Day. And although restaurants and card companies want you to think those expensive dinners and extravagant gifts are the best way to celebrate the romantic holiday, both men and women alike really just want to feel loved and adored. Here are a few sexy wallet-friendly ideas for Valentine's Day.

1 Sexy Coupons

Give your lover the gift of coupons. Take little love cards and write your own sex chores on them. For example, “This coupon entitles you to one hour of no frills sex.” As an extra spin, put a few wild cards into the mix!

2 Be Each Other’s Valentines Card

Use your lover’s body as a canvas and get creative! Two words: Whip Cream


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3 Battle Each Other in a Game of Twister and Get Tangled up in Love… Literally!

When Milton Bradley successfully launched Twister in 1966, both the company and critics were admittedly fearful of selling this "sex in a box" game. But, as we all know, sex sells... over 3 million copies of the game were sold in the first year of release.

4 Strip Cooking

Start fully clothed and place as many random ingredients you may have on your kitchen table. You and your partner then take turns adding one ingredient at a time while building your meal. Every time one partner adds an ingredient; the other has to take an article of clothing off.

5 Music

Buy an inexpensive MP3 player and fill it with super sexy songs. My must haves include: “I Wanna Sex You Up” by Color Me Bad, “Doin’ It” by LL Cool J, and “Red Light Special” by TLC.

6 Plan a Sexy Scavenger Hunt

Leave little clues pointing out special spots of memories you’ve created together around the house. Sprinkle Rose petals in those special places and fill the house with candles for even more romance. Just be sure that last clue leads to the bedroom!

7 Never Underestimate the Power of Champagne, Strawberries, and Chocolate…

Classic, elegant, and always appreciated.

Valentine's Day was never really even intended to be the day of romance we consider it today. In fact, St. Valentine was executed on February 14, 270 AD and it wasn’t until the 14th century that this day came to be associated with Love. So, use this Valentine’s Day to make the time to show your significant other just how much you love and adore them.

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