Ah, Valentine's Day. That special day where love is in the air and couples everywhere are celebrating their love for one another. But what about those of us whose dancing days are gone? What do we do on this love-filled holiday when you are simply too advanced in age or the whole idea of sugar-coated holiday is just not for you ? Fear not, dear reader, for I have the perfect solution: playing cards for money.
That's right, forget about fancy dinners or romantic walks on the beach. Who needs all that when you can sit at home and gamble away your life savings? And what better way to show your significant other you care than by winning big bucks off of them in a heated game of poker?
Sure, some might argue that gambling is a dangerous addiction and that you should spend your time doing something more meaningful. But let's be real, what's more meaningful than the thrill of the bet and the rush of adrenaline that comes with it?
And think about the benefits of playing cards for money on Valentine's Day. You don't have to worry about dressing up or going out in the cold. You can just cosy up on the couch with your sweetheart and let the cards do the talking.
Plus, you might also take advantage of other risky habits like smoking cigars, cigarettes or pipes - cards love them. Or a glass of bourbon or other fancy drink - whenever I watch people playing cards these are always somewhere at hand.
So there you have it, folks. The perfect Valentine's Day activity for those of us who can't and most of all shouldn't dance any more. Just remember to gamble responsibly and not to let your winnings go to your head. After all, love may be priceless, but winning big at poker is pretty sweet too.
Written by Agnieszka Kansy