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Valentine’s Day: Top 10 Frequently Ask Question & Answers About Valentine


Valentine’s Day: Top 10 Frequently Ask Question & Answers About Valentine

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According to the data by Google, Nigeria is currently the top country searching for love in 2023, and since 2004, has been the country searching the most for dating apps worldwide.


So, in todays article, we will be answering the top 10 most searched questions on google about valentine. These are questions that millions of people have been looking forward to get an authentic answers to. The frequently asked questions about valentine on google are;

1. Is Valentine’s Day for Muslim?

Islam maintains that Valentine’s Day dates back to the Romans and is not found in Islam at all – which makes it an expression of faith that is exclusive to Christians.

Celebrating the Valentine Day is not permissible because: first, it is an innovated holiday that has no basis in the Shari’ah. Second, it calls to love and passion. Third, it calls to keeping one’s heart busy with nonsensical matters, which contradict the guidance of the righteous predecessors – may Allah be pleased with them.

So it is not permissible that anything, from the signs of that holiday, takes place on that day, whether it relates to eating, drinking, clothing, giving gifts, or other than that. It is incumbent upon the Muslim to be proud of his/her religion and that he/she does not blindly follow every crier. May Allah the Exalted protect Muslims from every trial, apparent and hidden, and that He give them protection and guidance. Ameen.

2. When was Valentine’s Day created?

The 8th-century Gelasian Sacramentary recorded the celebration of the Feast of Saint Valentine on February 14. The day became associated with romantic love in the 14th and 15th centuries when notions of courtly love flourished, apparently by association with the “lovebirds” of early spring.

3. How to celebrate Valentine’s Day in school?

  • Write notes of kindness. Valentine’s Day is about love and being kind to one another. …
  • Have a door-decorating contest
  • Read some Valentine’s Day books
  • Make a heart collage
  • Craft up some Valen-slime
  • Set up a candy heart estimation jar
  • Do a crystal heart science experiment

4. What to do on Valentine’s Day with your boyfriend?

  • Recreate Your First Date
  • Slow Dance to Your Favorite Songs
  • Eat a Fancy Dinner Out
  • Create a Music Playlist of Your Relationship
  • Eat Fondue Together
  • Share Chocolate Covered Strawberries
  • Watch Your Favorite Romantic Movie
  • Watch the Sunset
  • Write Each Other a Love Letter
  • Tell Each Other Why You Fell in Love with One Another
  • Buy a Lottery Ticket and Share Your Dreams

5. How did Valentine come about?

If origin of Valentine’s Day were a Facebook relationship status, it would read, It’s complicated. Sure, today the meaning of Valentine’s Day is entrenched in love and romance, bringing to mind boxes of chocolate, bouquets of flowers, romantic dinners, and heart-eye emojis.


And for kids, it’s all about those creative Valentine’s Day boxes for collecting cards and heart-shaped treats at school. But when you delve into the history of the holiday we celebrate on February 14… well, things get a little murky, dark, and decidedly not for the faint of heart.

If you have ever wondered who created Valentine’s Day, is Valentine’s Day a pagan holiday, or who was St. Valentine, anyway?—you’re not alone, and as it turns out, even historians find themselves arguing the exact details.

However, we can outline some basic Valentine’s Day facts, plus a few legends, about its origins, from ancient Rome to the Middle Ages to the modern-day Valentine’s Day we all know and love… or not, because gift-shopping for your valentine can be tough.

The ancient Romans may also be responsible for the name of our modern day of love. Emperor Claudius II executed two men — both named Valentine — on Feb. 14 of different years in the third century. Their martyrdom was honored by the Catholic Church with the celebration of St. Valentine’s Day.

6. Is Valentine worldwide?

Valentine’s Day on February 14 is a global holiday that traditionally celebrates romantic love. The holiday has taken a secular form in recent years and is celebrated in almost all countries worldwide.

7. Who discovered Valentine’s Day?

The English poet Geoffrey Chaucer was the first to record St. Valentine’s Day as a day of romantic celebration in his 1375 poem “Parliament of Foules,” writing, ““For this was sent on Seynt Valentyne’s day / Whan every foul cometh ther to choose his mate.”

8. How to wish your boyfriend Happy Valentine’s Day?

There are loads of messages that you can send to your loved once on Valentine’s Day. Many of which we have written in our previous article, click here to read through.

9. What to get your boyfriend for Valentine’s Day in high school?

Listed below are some among loads of things that you can get for your boyfriend in high school on Valentine’s Day

  • Personalised keychain
  • Personalised Touch Sensor 3D Moon Lamp
  • Personalized Collage Frame
  • Long-Distance Touch Bracelet
  • Love Note Box
  • Kissing Mug
  • Classic Leather Wallet
  • Classic Pen Set
  • Customised and classic t-shirt
  • Classic shoe etc..

10. How to survive Valentine’s Day alone?

The best way to manage feelings of loneliness on this day involves shifting your focus, aiming to be happy with what you already have, and spending some time with yourself. Some other ways include;

  • Ignore Valentine’s Day.
  • Be Kind to Yourself.
  • Be Your Own Secret Admirer.
  • Avoid Love Triggers.
  • Make Other Plans.
  • Plan a Date With Single Friends.
  • Reach Out to Someone.
  • Brighten Someone Else’s Day.
  • Keep up your daily routine
  • Play Cupid