What should you do with your significant other this Valentine’s Day?

*1. For past holidays, your significant other has given you:*

a. Diamonds, roses and chocolate: a girl’s three best friends

b. A blender – I’m all about practicality

c. Tickets to a concert or sporting event

*2. You and your significant other can usually be found:*

a. Snuggled up with a blanket and your favorite romance movie, tissues and popcorn in hand

b. Chilling at Murphy’s with a group of friends

c. Hiking, rock climbing or training for the next marathon

*3. Who’s your favorite on-screen couple?*

a. Noah and Allie (The Notebook)

b. Chandler and Monica (Friends)

c. Sam and Mikaela (Transformers)

*4. What’s your most frequent form of communication?*

a. Hour-long phone conversations before bed

b. Texting occasionally

c. Late-night Skype calls

*5. What kind of lingerie do you like best?*

a. Satin and lace slip

b. White tee and boy shorts

c. Garter slip with fishnet stockings

h2. ANSWERS:

*Mostly A’s:* You’re all about the romance. This Valentine’s Day, spend the night cooking dinner with your significant other and enjoy it by the light of candles with a bottle of red wine. As far as V-Day gifts go, buy a deck of cards, punch holes in the side and bind them together with binder rings, and write 52 things you love about your main squeeze on each card.

*Mostly B’s:* You’re the type of couple who doesn’t really get caught up in the Hallmark Holiday. Instead of a romantic date night, consider staying in with your significant other for a game night. Skip the cliche gifts and instead use the money to do something fun together over the weekend.

*Mostly C’s:* If it’s not adventurous, you’re not interested. Get out of town this Valentine’s Day — hop in the car with your guy or girl and take a spontaneous road trip to a city you’ve never been. Worry about plans and accommodations when you get there. Let a night out with food and drink be your gift to each other.