Twitter users across Britain have shared their worst Valentine’s Day fails, proving the day certainly isn’t all chocolates and roses.
Taking to social media, several enraged boyfriends shared pictures of the wilted flowers they had received from retailers, complaining that their day had been ruined.
Elsewhere several customers had to contend with receiving personalised cards with pictures of mystery couples on them.
One disgruntled girlfriend shared a picture of the stranger’s card she received, and joked: ‘I’d like to apologise to the poor lass out there who has received a 29cm x 41cm picture of my face looking like a thumb’.
Twitter users across Britain have shared their worst Valentine’s Day fails, proving the day certainly isn’t all chocolates and roses. Ellie Dowen shared a picture of the stranger’s card she received, and joked: ‘I’d like to apologise to the poor lass out there who has received a 29cm x 41cm picture of my face looking like a thumb’.
Meanwhile Twitter user Debbie Livermore was enraged to discover the daffodils her husband had bought her for the day of love had died, tweeting: ‘My husband bought these for me for Valentine’s. Why are you selling dead flowers? Sentiment ruined’
Elsewhere Sian Easterbrook was less than impressed with the garbled banner which read ‘Nappy Vlaentines Day’ – but admitted that it ‘created a couple of laughs as she shared it online
But other disappointed users took the matter less lightheartedly, with one writing: ‘For anyone that made use of the Valentine’s specials on roses, make sure you have a backup plan! Ordered weeks ago for delivery yesterday – delivered to the wrong building and half dead/ mouldy out of the box’, they wrote with a wilted picture
Another bemused girlfriend also revealed he had received someone else’s Valentine’s Day card, giving a shout out to ‘Tammy’ whose card he received. She joked: ‘Someone has our card with Happy Valentine’s Gay’ on the front
Elsewhere another furious romantic shared a picture of the wilted bunch of flowers she had received, and revealed her husband had only been offered half his money back – branding it ‘shameful’
Meanwhile to ensure there were no misunderstandings, Twitter user Chelsea Kellers tracked down the owner of a card her confused friend received after ordering a personalised one herself, tweeting: ‘I decided to track you down and take matters into my own hands!’
And Twitter user Niamh Kerr shared a snap of the bunch of flowers she paid £30 for, saying they had ‘ruined’ Valentine’s Day and adding: ‘Shame on you!’
And a would-be-romantic was left disappointed when she realised that the Valentine’s card she had bought was in fact a ‘happy anniversary’ card, adding ‘Valentine’s fail!’
Elsewhere bemused daughter Emily was furious when the £28 flowers she bought her mother turned up a day late, dead and crumpled, sharing a picture of the dishevelled stems