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Valentine's Day 2014: 8 Romantic Ideas for What Couples Can Do

Couples everywhere are wondering what to do this Valentine's Day, and fortunately, we have come up with eight unique and sweet celebration ideas this year.

1. Make A Heart-Shaped Breakfast

A Hearty Recipe!

Valentine's Day may be associated with candle-lit dinners, but this year, offer your partner a romantic meal at the very start of the day this Friday, Feb. 14. Breakfast options include shaping cinnamon rolls into a heart or even arranging bacon strips into the same symbolic shape. See more ideas here.

2. Offer a Heart-Felt Compliment

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A vendor adjusts decorative red hearts and praline boxes behind the window of a Belgian chocolate shop ahead of Valentine's Day in Brussels, Belgium, Feb. 13, 2007. |

On Valentine's Day, be sure to surprise the one you love with a compliment from the heart. This could come in the form of an unexpected email, text message, or even on a note hidden to be discovered at a later time.

3. Take a "Stay-Cation"

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The statue of Grief and History stands in front of the Capitol Dome in Washington October 15, 2013. |

Very few couples are fortunate enough to celebrate Valentine's Day with a vacation each year, but you and your loved one can certainly be tourists in your own city on a "stay-cation." Instead of going away, look up any art exhibits, historical landmarks or new restaurants in your own neighborhood to explore this Friday.

4. Arrange A Custom Bouquet

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A worker carries an armload of red roses at Winston Flowers in Boston, Mass., Feb. 13, 2013, the day before Valentine's Day. According to Winston Flowers, they will deliver 350,000 roses on Valentine's Day. |

For the flower enthusiast in your life, visit a local florist instead of ordering flowers online this year. Incorporate your loved one's favorite colors and hand-select pieces for a more personal, meaningful Valentine's Day gift.

5. Chocolate

National Chocolate Covered Anything Day

One word says it all: chocolate. Say "I Love You" with chocolate-covered strawberries, chocolate cake or chocolate ice cream - anything goes on Valentine's Day!

6. Score Deals at Krispy Kreme

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A variety of doughnuts is displayed at new the Krispy Kreme store in Tokyo December 12, 2006. |

Many stores offer special deals on Valentine's Day, including Krispy Kreme. When you buy a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts, you'll receive 12 doughnut valentines to give away - each one is worth one free doughnut. Redeem the valentine for a doughnut of your choice.

7. Get A Free Latte at Starbucks

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A cup of Starbucks coffee sits on a table in a cafe in central Hong Kong January 16, 2011. |

Starbucks is celebrating the romantic holiday by offering customers a buy one, get one free deal on any two espressos or tea lattes from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. local time on Friday.

8. Watch "House of Cards" Together

Valentine's Day is especially unique this year since Netflix's hit series "House of Cards" premieres its Season 2 on Feb. 14. Use this opportunity to spend time with your partner at home while watching the next bold move by Frank Underwood (portrayed by Kevin Spacey).

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