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    Valentine’s Day Balloons

    In modern context, Valentine's Day is celebrated as a time when lovers express their love for others. It falls on February 14 and coincides with the day when Valentine was martyred.
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    Re: Valentine’s Day Balloons

    Welcome to the forum.

    Do you have a question for us? Note that I have removed your unauthorised (commercial) link.

    Why did your title mention balloons?

    Please check your member profile information. It says your current location is New Zealand. That is incorrect.
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