One in Five Single People Think Valentine's Day Should Be Canceled

Here's one way to get over feeling bad about being single on Valentine's Day: Destroy the holiday.

According to a new survey, one in five single people say they think Valentine's Day should be CANCELED.

And 43% of single people say they feel a ton of pressure to get into a relationship when Valentine's Day comes around.

What's causing all that pressure? The top three are society's expectations - the commercialization and advertising around Valentine's Day - and social media hype.

The survey also found that 17% of single people say they're happy to spend Valentine's Day with their friends . . . and 12% are happy to spend it with a pet.

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