The Essence of Valentine’s Day

By February 14, 2013 Blog 2 Comments

Oh Valentine’s Day
How you tickle me every
Time you come around

by Tim Aaron
Aurnhammer Philosopher and Social Media Strategist

For some of us, February 14th is a wonderful day for shared love and affection where individuals emote, demonstrating to others just how much they care. For others, it is a nightmarish day for realized loneliness and tearful rejection where individuals hide themselves in dejected isolation. We at Aurnhammer spurn the polarized conceptions that depict the day as two opposite extremes. So, we’ve created some videos to identify what Valentine’s Day is actually for:




Expressing emotions

Love songs


And, of course, supporting a government that isn’t full of gangsters

If you want to create funny, cute, provocative, or even dirty video valentines, download the Say It! app and you’ll be sure to put a smile on the faces of those you love. It’s simple, quicker than making a collage valentine yourself, and can be shared via email and Facebook. Just download the app from the iTunes app store, choose an animated character, record your oh-so seductive voice, and share the video valentine with family, friends, and, of course, that special someone. Updates on the app are pending so check in soon for an even more seamless mobile experience. We hope you enjoy the day of love and cheers to us both if your video valentine helps you get some.


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