These guys live at the California Academy of Sciences and their love is everlasting.
Bill & Glad have been married for over 50 years and are a reminder that love can stand the test of time, in sickness and in health. Can you pass the tissues please?
When good intentions go horribly wrong.
Valentine’s Day is, if anything, a good excuse to make cute crafts while eating as many heart-shaped cookies as possible.
For the junkie nearest and dearest to your heart. Artist Ben Kling designed this series, called “Love Is The Most Powerful Drug Of All.”
The fellows at memrise made this sweet video Valentine walking around London last week, asking people to say I Love You in their native languages. Check out their site for how to woo your sweetie in Polish, Armenian, Turkish, and 97 other languages. Ik hou van jou, you guys.
Rube Goldberg Machine lovers David Dvir and Kevin Luc put together another domino-effect contraption in the spirit of Valentine’s. Who the hot people are in the video, however, I have no idea.
Be mine, nerd.
OH MY GOD. You can have an alpaca (complete with emblazoned heart in fur) deliver your valentine for you. This would be the next best thing to having an alpaca as your actual valentine. View Media ›
Batman hates Valentine’s Day. No, Robin doesn’t count as a significant other. View Image ›
The most romantic Valentine’s Day card ever based on Human Centipede. Love is about the little sacrifices you make. View Image ›
Don’t know exactly what to say to your true love? No worries! Let these cute mad lib valentines help you out. Before you know it, you will have stolen their [noun]. View List ›
Eight classic horror icons want you for their bloody valentine. View Image ›
This looks like it was written on the mirror by someone’s crazy stalker. View Image ›
Yes, it’s supposed to be shaped like a heart for Valentine’s Day, but I guess cynicism wins at Papa John’s. God, this really makes me hungry for pizza, which is sad. I need to go get lunch. View Image ›
Getting a head start on Valentine’s Days, “I Love You More Than ____”, asks people to “depart from the cliché Valentines sentiment and find out the real things we use as a measuring stick for love.” Make your own heart and add to the growing collection of Valentines that claim they love you more than the Internet. (They don’t.)