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Facts About Valentine’s Day

May 7, 2016

At the point when two lovebirds seem, by all accounts, to be kissing, they are really prepping each other with their bills to keep spotless and slick.

In 1995, 35 million heart-formed boxes of chocolate were sold for Valentine’s Day.

The world record for the a great many people kissed is held by Alfred Wolfram of Minnesota who kissed 11,030 individuals in 8 hours, at a celebration in 1998.

Wedding bands are worn on the fourth finger of your left hand since individuals used to trust that the vein in this finger goes straightforwardly to your heart.

Some individuals trust that fowls pick their mates on the fourteenth of February every year. Seeing a goldfinch implied you would wed a tycoon. Seeing a sparrow implied you would wed a poor man however you would be exceptionally glad.

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