PODCAST: Somethin’ or Nothin’— Valentine’s Day!

PODCAST: Somethin’ or Nothin’— Valentine’s Day!

EPISODE 6

Avery: “Hey, guys. This is Avery Cook, Ashley Rohrs, and our special guest, Noah Bunting. And today we’re going to be talking about Valentine’s Day. So Noah, do you know anything that single people can do for Valentine’s Day?”

Noah: “Well, for single people like me can always admit defeat and go to Bed, Bath and Beyond and get a face mask and have a spa day, but there’s nothing wrong with getting your gals together and going for a Galentines Day. Go out to eat, go shopping, just go out there and live your best life.”

Avery: “For all you couples out there, Ohio Skate has a Feburary 14th deal. So, on Valentine’s Day from 6 to 8pm, you can buy one ticket and get one free. Admission is $3.50 with one-dollar skate rentals, that’s a really good deal.”

Noah: “So, Ashley, do you know anywhere where couples could go out to eat on Valentine’s Day?”

Ashley: “Yes, Some fancy places that couples can go to is they can go to Stellas, which is in Downtown Perrysburg, Rose and Thistle and Mancy’s. They’re all near Perrysburg, so they’re close to go to, and yeah, they’re fancy.”

Noah: “Whether you’re spending the evening alone or with a couple, there’s nothing wrong with always curling up and watching a movie, or going to see one of the new movies that are coming out at Levis Commons, such as Happy Death Day 2U and Isn’t It Romantic. Both are coming out on Valentine’s Day. And, for everyone like me, there’s nothing wrong with waiting till the day after to buy some discounted chocolates after your nice spa day so you don’t have to think you’re alone.”

Avery: “I think we can all agree that Valentine’s Day was a lot better when we were in elementary school, right?”

Ashley: “Yeah, for example, when everyone got to feel special whether or not you were dating anyone. You always got valentines from your classmates, and I just think that it was a good idea to include everyone.”

Avery: “Yeah, it was really really fun making your little box thing and getting valentines for the whole class and then passing them out at the end of the day, you’d have a big bag filled with valentines from everyone. I think that was fun, you get to leave and read all your valentines and eat all your candy after that. It was definitely better in elementary school.”

Noah: “I’d have to agree with you there, definitely getting the valentines and the chocolates and just everything in general made you feel very welcome and included into it.”

Avery: “Yeah guys, that’s all we have for this episode of Somethin’ or Nothin’. I hope you all have a great Valentine’s Day.”

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