Monthly Archives: February 1995

Where Did You Meet Your Main Squeeze?


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According to a “main squeeze” poll conducted by Tropicana where 900 Americans were questioned about their love lives:

  • 32% met their main squeeze through friends or relatives;
  • 5% met at church
  • 1% met through a dating service

Although 46% reported that personality was what first attracted them to their sweethearts, 33% said looks counted too.

20% of the female respondents thought their main squeeze looked like Tom Selleck, and 21% of the male respondents thought their sweethearts looked like Sally Field.

For 70%, it was not love at first sight.

The Best Way to Write A Love Letter


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There are no rules to follow; you can be clever, foolish, funny, intimate.

You can whisper sweet nothings, exaggerate as much as you want, even tell little white lies.

If you want to write poetry, now is your chance. If you have no talent, crib some lines from someone else.

There are no laws governing the length of a love letter. Make it as long as you’d like.

Create an intimate nickname for your loved one, but remember, it can come back to haunt you. Charles Dickens wrote to his wife Kate: Dearest darling Pig; Zelda Fitzgerald to F. Scott Fitzgerald: Dear Goofo.

Some of the world’s greatest love letters were written by a Napoleon Bonaparte — a man whose fame came from his military, not his romantic, conquests.

Napoleon to Josephine Beauharnais: [I’m sending you a thousand kisses by letter]…but give me none in return, for they set my blood on fire.

After their marriage, he wrote: I have not spend a day without loving you; I have not spent a night without embracing you; I have not so much as drunk a cup of tea…. In the midst of my duties…my beloved Josephine stans alone in my heart, occupies my mind, fills my thoughts.

Even later, in the middle of a campaign through Italy, he wrote to her, closing his letter with: I hope to hold you in my arms before long, when I shall lavish upon you a million kisses, burning as the equatorial sun.

The Best Way to Mail a Love Letter


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If you are a true romantic, try having your valentines mailed via  WITH LOVE FROM LOVELAND, a service located in Loveland, Colorado, located 30 miles northeast of Boulder.  When the letters are remailed, they’ll be sent from the “sweetheart city” of the United States.

The Loveland Valentine Remailing Program started in 1947. It handles 300,000 valentines every year, going to all 50 states and 104 foreign countries. If you would like to have your valentine card stamped with the official Loveland Colorado cache and stamp:

  • place your valentines in pre-stamped, pre-addressed envelopes (envelopes should each have 42-cent postage; postcards should have appropriate postage)
  • add extra stamps/postage for heavier/odd shaped valentines
  • mail everything in a large stamped envelope to:Postmaster
    Valentine Re-mailing
    446 E. 29th St.
    Loveland, CO 80538

Deadlines for delivery by Valentines Day, Feb. 14:

  • For international destinations, you cards should be in Loveland by Feb. 3.
  • For within U.S. and outside of Colorado, your cards should be in Loveland by Feb. 8.
  • For within the state of Colorado, your cards should be in Loveland by Feb. 12.