According to an anonymous jewelry store employee who spoke recently with Allure, husbands and boyfriends in trouble usually buy the most extravagant pieces.
That's pretty anecdotal, but let's just say that, for one reason or another, you're in need of something really good for Valentine's Day.
You got the jewelry, perfume, chocolates, dinner, but what about that extra something?
Singing Valentines, my friends.
Let's first hope your significant other likes getting sung to at restaurants on his or her birthday. If so, he or she will be serenaded two love songs by local group America the Beautiful Barbershop Chorus, who will arrive where you want them to be, dressed in tuxedos with two long-stemmed roses and a card for your sweetheart. Orders start at $40.
Call the chorus at 272-4390 or visit atbchorus.com to place an order, which must be done by Feb. 12.
And remember, if you really
need want to impress someone, there's hope in music. Just ask Andy Bernard, who won over his ice queen in this crappy video:
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