February 16, 2003 in Dating

A New Holiday

Post placeholder image

Ladies, I know what’s below is a little crude but please forgive me. With Valentines Day behind us, I’m posting for all the boys out there who exceeded expectations with their wife/girlfriend. This was forwarded to me by a gal pal at work.

“Every 14th of February men get the chance to display their fondness for their wife or girlfriend by showering them with gifts, flowers, dinner, shows and any other baubles that women find romantic.
Secret…guys feel left out. That’s right…left out. There’s no special holiday for the ladies to show their appreciation for the men in their life. Men as a whole are either too proud or just too embarrassed to admit it. Which is why a new holiday has been created.
March 20th is now officially “Steak & Blowjob Day.” Simple, effective and self-explanatory…this holiday has been created so you ladies can have a day to show your man just how much you love him. No cards, no flowers, no special nights on the town-the name of the holiday explains it all…just a steak and a BJ. That’s it. This twin pairing of Valentine’s Day and Steak & Blowjob Day will usher in a new age of love as men everywhere will try THAT much harder in February to ensure a more memorable March! It’s like a perpetual love machine.
The word is already spreading, but as with any new idea, it needs a little push to start the ball rolling. So spread the word, and help bring love and peace to this crazy world.”


  1. February 20, 2003 at 10:31 am


    Any man who is a vegetarian does not qualify for this holiday. Also, I read somewhere on the Internet that women spent about $36 on Valentines Days. Men on the other hand spend about $250. That’s a huge difference. So I’m all for women stepping up and honor men on this new special day.

  2. February 17, 2003 at 5:47 pm


    He he he. I think it’s a GREAT idea.
    The only problem will be with the protesters. You know who I’m referring to. Just like with VD (that’s Valentine’s Day) there are guys who say: “I don’t do that. I don’t need a special day to show my love.” Really, they’re just trying to hide the fact that they’re insensitive.
    So I think the reverse will happen with the women, but they’ll only be covering up the fact that they don’t like to give head.
    And what about vegetarians?
    Seriously, here in Orlando on one of the talk radio stations they were debating whether VD was only for men to show affection to women or – since we’re all about equal rights these days – women should be gift-giving and held accountable the same as men.
    Funny, the overwhelming number of callers to the program were women (which is unusual for this program) and they almost all said VD should be a one way street with affection/attention/gifts going man–>woman.

Comments are closed.

By browsing this website, you agree to our privacy policy.
I Agree