I’ll NEVER buy my spouse a Valentine’s Day current… shouldn’t sex with her be sufficient?

I’ll NEVER buy my spouse a Valentine’s Day current… shouldn’t sex with her be sufficient?

Author and dad-of-three Jon Axworthy, 46, from Plymouth, is hitched for 13 years and states he shows their love by de-gunking the bath drain

When we’re truthful if you didn’t even get so much as a card from your other half with ourselves, the way we mark Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be a dealbreaker in a relationship – but how would you feel?

Today this has been revealed over fifty percent of Brits invest lower than a TENNER on the Valentine.

Here, journalist and dad-of-three Jon Axworthy, 46, from Plymouth, reveals why he NEVER purchases their spouse something special on 14 – unless you can count a Big Mac in a McDonald’s car park february.

“EVERY day is Valentine’s Day beside me, love.”

It’s the same line that I trot down each year on February 14 th as my partner details just just exactly what elaborate gestures of love and devotion her buddies’ husbands and lovers have purchased them.

Stories of Tiffany eternity rings, spoiling spa sessions and exotic blooms fill my ears, while I stay here empty handed – no flowers, no chocolates, no card, no cost invested.

Clare and I also have already been hitched for 13 years now while having held it’s place in a relationship for 17. Continue reading