CN: "Valentine's Day (and the part of February leading up to it) is a time when couples celebrate their relationship by buying each other gifts and unintentionally making babies. Yes, it goes without saying that February is a month of love, romance and meaningless materialism. But for the single, lonely gamer still looking for that someone special, it can be a depressing reminder of how empty their lives can be.
However, while being in a loving relationship might seem ideal on Valentine's Day, they do come with a ton of additional baggage. Sure, free sex sounds awesome, but in return you'll find yourself investing a considerable amount of time humoring your significant other by going on boring dates, eating dinner with disapproving in-laws and shelling out cash for exorbitantly pricey gifts that you know will end up being tossed out before long.
The worse part is you know that all this time and money could be spent on more important things. Like buying and playing video games.
So while your friends are off dropping next month's grocery money on buying flowers, you'll be free to celebrate your singleness by playing through the onslaught of top-tier video games being released this February. Granted, you'll still be as sexless as ever, but we here at College News thought we'd pass along the ten big distractions to keep that rather morose thought off your mind."