Whether you’re staying home or going out for a fun dinner, here are 20 fun questions and trivia to share with your Valentine on Valentine’s Day this year! Have fun with these!
20 Fun Valentine's Day Questions & Trivia
Would You Rather:
Have a fun new experience together or get a gift you’ve been wanting for awhile for Valentine’s Day?
Get a box of chocolates or flowers on Valentine’s Day?
Stay in or go out for Valentine’s Day?
Me read a love letter I’ve written to you or have me do something for you that means I love you. If your answer is to do something, what would that something be?
Plan your Valentine’s date together or get surprised with a whole date already planned?
If You Could:
Relive one experience we’ve shared together, what would it be?
Improve our relationship in one way, what would it be?
Name three traits you love about me, what would they be?
Say one new experience you want to share this year together, what would it be?
Win the lottery today, what would you do with your winnings for Valentine’s Day?
Tell Me About:
The moment you knew you loved/liked me.
Your first impression of me.
Your craziest Valentine’s Day memory.
My best physical feature.
Your favorite memory of us dating.
Valentine’s Day Trivia:
“How many cards are sent on Valentine’s Day each year? Is it 500 million, 1 billion, 2 billion, or 10 billion cards?”
Answer: “The Greeting Card Association estimates that approximately one billion valentine cards are sent world-wide each year, making Valentine’s Day the second largest card sending holiday of the year behind Christmas.”
“What percentage of flowers purchased on Valentine’s Day are red? Is the answer 69%, 76%, 83%, or 94%?”
Answer: “According to the Ipsos-Insight for the American Floral Endowment’s Consumer Tracking Study (2004), of roses purchased on Valentine’s Day, 69% are red, 6% pink, 6% peach/salmon, 5% yellow, 4% white, 7% mixed, 4% other.”
“Who created the first Valentine’s Day box? Is it Russell Stover, Louis IV, Richard Cadbury, or Milton Hershey?”
Answer: “In 1822, John Cadbury opened a tea and coffee shop in Birmingham, England. He soon expanded chocolate manufacturing and in 1861 his son Richard greatly increased sales by packaging Cadbury chocolates in the world’s first heart shaped box for Valentines Day.”
“What do the X’s and O’s in XOXO stand for?”
Answer: “X=kisses, O=hugs”
“What continent produces the most roses sold in the U.S. on Valentine’s Day?”
Answer: “South America. Most roses sold on Valentines Day in the U.S. are imported from South America, but California grows 60% of the roses sold in the U.S.”
“How many U.S. states have a city named Valentine? Is it 3, 4, 5, or 7?”
Answer: “Four. Valentine, Arizona; Valentine, Nebraska; Valentine, Texas; Valentine, Virginia.” Which one will you visit first?:)
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