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What Does It Take To Get Lucky On Valentine’s Day?

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By: Ralph Orlowski/Getty Images

By: Ralph Orlowski/Getty Images

chuck Chuck Edwards
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Most men in America aren’t fans of Valentine’s Day.  It’s not the fact that they feel that they HAVE to buy things for their Valentine, but the fact it’s really hard to know exactly what to get them. And on the mind of many men, they are wondering exactly how much it would take to get lucky on Valentine’s Day.

Single, married or committed, men are always wondering what it would take to get lucky on Valentine’s Day.  Men have tried for years to find out the exactly what their Valentine REALLY wants, and according to a new study, men now know exactly how much they need to spend to get lucky this Thursday.

According to CNBC.com, there is a study that pinpoints how much a man needs to spend on their Valentine so they get lucky on Thursday. If you’re SINGLE and go on a date on Valentine’s Day, it’ll cost you an average of $257.  That covers dinner, drinks, or whatever you do before the woman you’re with feels like you’ve “EARNED” Valentine’s Day sex. If you’re MARRIED, expect to spend about $203, mostly in gifts, to make sure Valentine’s Day ends with sex and not, “I really want to but I’m so tired, let’s do it this weekend, okay?” And finally, if you’re in a RELATIONSHIP but not married, good news.  You just need to spend $180 on dinner and a gift.  Then you can head back for some “we’re not bored with each other’s bodies yet” sex. And while we shouldn’t HAVE to say this . . . just because you spend the money, that doesn’t GUARANTEE you’ll have sex, and doesn’t mean a woman OWES you sex.

Read more at CNBC.com.

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