Katie Fenton, Online Reporter The Puyallup Post is the award-winning news media of Pierce College
Pierce College students showing some love for friends, crushes and family members for Valentine’s Day.
The origins of Valentine’s Day
The common saying, “Chivalry is dead” is not the case. Chivalry is out there you just have to be looking, and trust me, waiting and looking is worth it when you find that true gentlemen.
As Valentine’s Day is about to make its big debut (like every year), many people get their hopes up for that “love” of theirs to come out from the shadows and flower them with joy. I am here to tell you that most of your dreams will not come true. In fact, they won’t even be acknowledged. Chivalry is dead.
Who enjoys Valentine’s Day? I ask that like a man facing an assembly, eager to see who will come forward and say, “I love it! Valentine’s Day is the best holiday! The chocolate, the flowers, the stuffed animals, the romantic dinners, the gooey atmosphere–––I love it, love it, love it!”
Well, I sure as heck won’t be that person.