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The world's public complaints forum, Twitter, is also a way for lonely hearts to lament their singledom or celebrate their bachelorhood.

It'll be lonely this Valentine's Day without a DM to hold.

As couples around the world celebrate their love for each other—or for fictional couples on Glee—let's take a moment to reflect on those shamed into feeling sorry for themselves by the greeting card industry.

The world's public complaints forum, Twitter, is also a way for lonely hearts to lament their singledom or celebrate their bachelorhood. Behold, tweets from the masses!

Snippet of wisdom from a Spice Girl.

OK, that actually is a terrifying prospect.

Dear "twalentines," please stop.

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