Valentine's Day may be considered an occasion worthy of celebration, but the way in which men and women perceive February 14th can be drastically different.
According to a study carried out by Chillisauce.co.uk last year, a measly 29% of men believe that the day is about showing how much you care, opposed to 51% of women. That's quite a contrast!
12% of women opposed to 3% of men believe that February 14th is about buying someone gifts, whereas 18% of men contrasted with 6% of women believe that Valentine's Day is about going out for dinner.
But staggeringly, 59% of men don't believe in Valentine's Day at all.
68% of men have never asked someone to be their Valentine, opposed to 32% of women For the men who did, technology was the most popular option with 48% opting to hide behind a screen, 29% doing it through a friend or colleague, 15% face to face, and 8% in a letter or card.
The survey, which posed the question to 13,000 Brits, also found that women were more likely to say "yes" to a marriage proposal on Valentine's Day over any other holiday, 29% to be precise, with 33% of men preferring Christmas Eve overall.
So, there you go! February 14th means different things to different people.