Love or Business - Who invented Chocolate Day in Valentine’s week
Valentine’s Day, chocolates and romance make the mind fuzzy with no logic behind it at all. All those who love somebody go through this emotion year after year on 14th February. The week from 7th Feb to 14th Feb is now celebrated as Valentine’s week with the third day falling on 9th Feb as chocolate valentine day.
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Scientists say that chocolate is better than being in love. What can be better than gifting chocolates to your love this chocolate Valentine day? Chocolates are the most romantic gifts in the world. They not only cheer up her mood but also release the ‘feel good hormone-endorphin’ which puts love exactly on the right track.
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Love and chocolates have major health benefits. Both are complex and give a sense of well being upon experiencing those taste/emotions that nothing else can replicate. Both love and chocolates help to alleviate the mood and increased sexual excitement. Women are more sensitive to chocolates and it works as a perfect mood enhancer for her, putting her in the mood for love. What better way to celebrate the third day of Valentine’s week? Of course not all women will madly fall in love, or become aroused after eating chocolates as that depends on individual chemistry too but most people do react in this manner. No wonder love and chocolates are so intricately entwined.
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Not only does chocolate taste and feel good in the mouth but it makes women feel loved and special. This special feeling that a woman experiences automatically reflects on the relationship she shares with you and makes it happier, fulfilling and complete.
“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.”
― Charles M. Schulz