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Valentine's Day Traditions

PLANNING A SOCIAL VALENTINES DAY? What does social media tell us about Valentine's Day habits? There were 311,760 conversations about Valentine's Day on Twitter in 2015. Of the topics talked about, 'happy' was the most popular at 31.8% 31.8% Just behind that was 'love' at 25.8% 25.8% Other popular keywords included 'prices', 'alone', 'jewellery' and 'horny'. Statistically, males are more likely to expressive negative thoughts about the occasion than females. Grinder and Tinder were mentioned in 0.02% and 0.78% of conversations respectively. was by far the most popular dating site, featuring in 0.47% of conversations. Last Valentine's Day saw 50% around 50% more new relationships than breakups. It's also one of the most popular days of the year to announce an engagement via Facebook. f 39% Facebook is also cited When asked, around 39% of people claim their preferred method of approaching a potential Valentine's Day date. social media is as a causal factor behind many divorces. People listed as 'in a relationship' are more likely to express themselves using positive language - indicating improved happiness (or an incentive to lie about it!) 5,364 people discussed watching Fifty Shades of Grey on Valentine's Day 2015. 5.5% said they had gotten chocolate as a gift, while flowers and jewellery were just behind at 3.1% and 2.3% respectively. Almost 20% of women have lied about their relationship status on Facebook. More active users of social media are more likely to be single - and their relationships gre likely to be shorter. TEMPTATIONS DIRECT for the devil in you

Valentine's Day Traditions

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There’s no doubt that Valentine’s Day traditions have changed since the holiday first began. But now with the dawn of social media, things are changing once again. Learn more... http://www.temptat...


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