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Give yourself two hours to walk, talk and enjoy each other’s company before settling down to a picnic in the middle of nowhere.There’s a new craze of the moment – private karaoke booths.Around a third of you will buy both a gift and a card, as well as plan a romantic evening, while another third will buy a card for someone, yet the remainder of our respondents won't be celebrating the day at all, either because they feel they show their love all year round, or because they dislike the commerciality of it all.Perhaps the most intriguing Valentine's statistic of all, however, is the 5.3 per cent of you who confessed you will be sending a secret Valentine's message this year, but not to your partner.
You could end up seeing someone really great, or you could end up seeing a Barry Manilow tribute act at your local... Pack a picnic and go for a walk – don’t even look at a map!Sometimes a quickie can be great, and sometimes a really long drawn out thing can be amazing.Ultimately, though, when it comes to sex it's about the quality of it, rather than quantity."The survey also highlighted our adventurous side, with more than a quarter of our respondents telling us they've had sex on a beach, and almost 40 per cent revealing they've had sex outside.But almost 40 per cent of you also complained that you or your partner were often too tired for sex, with nearly a quarter responding that they were too stressed out or that children often got in the way.A surprising 8.5 per cent, meanwhile, think chocolate is better than sex, while 2.1 per cent of you admitted that you preferred a nice cup of tea and an early night."We're having less sex now than even ten years ago because we're all so much busier," says Naik.