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5 Non-Flower Bouquets We'd Rather Get this V-Day

Yes, please!
IMAGE Chicken Wings | twitter.com/seany0927, Art Materials | facebook.com/thecalligraphyhub

If you think flower bouquets are overrated, and you'd much rather get or give something more useful than blooms, these five bouquets might come in handy when dropping hints to your loved ones or thinking of unique ideas to let them know they're special. 

  1. For the school supplies hoarder.

Who's never not studying!

  1. For the bacon lover.
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Who can eat it all ways, always.

  1. For the biggest fan of chicken wings.

Who brings ~*spice*~ to your life.

  1. For the pasta-crazy.
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Who can eat it all meals of the day.

  1. For the artist.

Who spends most of her time creating beautiful images.

What bouquet do you want to receive this Valentine's Day?

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