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S’porean man really didn’t get anything for his girlfriend for Valentine’s Day

Posted on 14 February 2015

He actually believed his girlfriend when she said she didn’t want anything.


A woman was increasingly visibly upset with her boyfriend on Valentine’s Day on Saturday.

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This occurred after he really didn’t buy her anything for the occasion because he really believed her when she said she didn’t want anything the week before.

Zhen Yuan Wang, the boyfriend, said: “I really had no idea what she said is not what she meant. She said to me a week before Valentine’s Day she didn’t want anything? So what was I supposed to believe?”

“Some days she said she didn’t want to have sex and she really meant it during those times.”

Other men who are familiar with this situation can only shake their heads and offer their condolences.

Hong Kan Leow, a man who had the same thing happened to him last year, said: “I was very excited at first because I thought my girlfriend was different.”

“But I guess that’s the price you pay for thinking like a normal man.”


This is love in Singapore:

S’porean couples say Valentine’s Day good time to relive good old days when they first got together, free from problems


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  • Shaun Sivalingam

    Hahaha… I’m lucky have not bought anything for my gf for the last 2-3 V-days including this year and this year I got a rose in a box delivered to my office from her.

    • Jin Jia Lat

      Hahaha… I’m lucky have not bought anything for my gf for the last 2-3 V-days too. I married her and now everything is hers.