Forget Valentine’s Day—Galentine’s is the real, notable, love-related ‘holiday’ in February. Flyby’s got you and your (single) besties covered this year, with ideas on how you all can spend the evening. From playing squash to hosting a cook-off and watching rom-coms all night, this year’s Galentine’s will be full of laughter and fun, and definitely no Valentine’s Day fomo (finger’s crossed on that last one).
The whole thing about being gay is, you can’t really do it alone. I can say I’m a lesbian until the day I die, but as long as I’m single, I’m just a girl with a questionable haircut and a carabiner on my (left) belt loop. And no day adds insult to this injury quite like Valentine’s Day.
This Valentine’s Day, whatever you’re in the mood for, we’ve got you covered. Whether it be chilling with friends (#galentine’s), figuring out how to ask out your crush, or planning a special date night, check out Flyby’s Valentine’s Day 2023 Playlist for the inspiration, vibes, and feels to set the mood.
If you’re single this Valentine’s Day, a) you’re not alone, and b) you don’t have to feel alone, because Flyby is here with some handy tips for single people to survive Valentine’s Day, also known as Singles Awareness Day (S.A.D.). There is no need to turn into the Grinch (Valentine’s Day Version) because love is all around, so here’s how to embrace self-love, friend love, family love, food love, pset love and so on.
Do you find yourself sitting in a d-hall for the entirety of the time it’s open for dinner so that you can authentically meet that one person you’re thinking of even right now? Perhaps, it’s the person you really just want to call and blurt out that you’re in love with them… but that would be an issue considering you only met last week. Whatever the case may be, your roommates and the entire world want to talk to you without you glancing left and right to glance at that special someone.
Datamatch has come and gone, and yet (despite our best Crush Roulette efforts) we're still single. We've already put our love lives in the hands of an algorithm, so I guess it can't get much worse? Here's hoping we all have better luck next time around!