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MAN SAY HE HATE’S VALENTINES, RESTAURANT JACK UP PRICES

I hate Valentine’s Day. I know it’s a big holiday for some people and that’s great for them – but for me, it’s just another day.

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I usually try to avoid it altogether, but this year, I decided to make dinner reservations at a nice restaurant for my girlfriend.

Unfortunately, I quickly realized that the restaurant had jacked up their prices for the holiday.

We were looking at paying almost double for the same food we’d get any other day. I was so angry. It felt like the restaurant was trying to take advantage of people’s romantic feelings and wallets.

I decided not to go to the restaurant. I told my girlfriend that I didn’t want to pay double for the same meal and that I wanted to avoid the holiday altogether. She was a bit disappointed but she understood. We ended up ordering a pizza and staying in instead.

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I know that some restaurants offer special Valentine’s Day menus and that’s great. But it’s different when they just jack up their prices and don’t offer anything extra. It’s not like the food is better quality or that they’re providing any extra services. It’s just a way to make more money off of people who are feeling romantic.

I understand why restaurants do this. It’s a great way to increase their profits and make some extra money. But it doesn’t feel good to be taken advantage of. It’s especially frustrating when you know that other people are paying the same price for the same meal – just because it’s Valentine’s Day.

I’m not alone in feeling this way. I’ve talked to a lot of other people who feel the same way. We all feel like restaurants should be more respectful of customers, regardless of what day it is. We think it’s wrong to take advantage of people who are feeling sentimental and romantic.

At the end of the day, I’m glad I didn’t end up going to the restaurant. I’m sure it would have been nice, but I would have felt taken advantage of. I’m glad I stuck to my guns and chose to avoid the holiday altogether. It’s the only way I can be sure I’m not getting taken advantage of.

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