Best 50 Valentine's Day memes for 2021. Celebrate lovers day with humor
Valentine's Day is celebrated annually on February 14th. It is the holiday that gives couples another reason to express their feelings, but also the holiday that helps single people meet their soul mate. Here are the traditions and customs around Valentine's Day.
Valentine’s Day is celebrated annually around the world, but under different names, but also on other days. For example, in Latin America, Valentine's Day is known as Love Day and Friendship Day.
Also in Brazil, Valentine’s Day is celebrated on June 12, the day before St. Anthony, the patron saint of marriage. Valentine's Day customs vary from culture to culture. Over time, Valentine's Day has given many gifts, but the modern tradition of giving chocolate as a gift came in the late 1800s from Richard Cadbury, son of John Cadbury, the famous chocolate maker.
In Japan, women are the ones who give gifts to men on February 14th. It's true that I only give away chocolate, and the chocolate I choose differs depending on the type of relationship. For example, the normal one is offered out of obligation to bosses, colleagues and friends, and the fine one, to the lover, fiancé or husband.
And in South Korea, women offer chocolate to men. And they give women anything but chocolate. In Finland, many couples get engaged or get married on February 14, but this day is more about friendship than love. According to tradition, it is an occasion for gatherings between friends, who make symbolic gifts. In some parts of Britain, on Valentine's Day, girls put bay leaves under their pillows and eat only salted eggs, believing that this is how they will dream of their chosen one overnight.
This holiday is celebrated all over the world. And of course we also have a lot of jokes, besides all the love and sweetness. Bemorepanda has collected this funny top for you.
- Brace yourselves ,Valentine's Day is coming
2.You have a crush on someone?
3.Valentine's day is around the corner
4.Roses are red
5.About 14 February
6.Single people on Valentine's Day
7.It's Valentine's Day
8.All this cute stuff
9.To and from
10.How I plan on spending Valentine's Day
11.I've been solo
12.I like you more than Kanye likes kanye
14.Saved tons of money on Valentines Day
15.I don't require a lot of attention
16.Sad about being alone
17.Is your name Wi-fi?
18.Valentines Day less than 2 weeks away
20.Do I have a date for Valentines Day?
21.When you finally find someone
22.This fish, is my fish
25.When bae text you some cute
27.The day I met you
29.I am not the best
30.Both crazy, but you're in love
31.I just want you
32.Love is in the air
33.I have a date
34.No time for that
35.Alone on other days
37.Before Valentine's Day
39.I hate you
40.Are you Google?
41.Me on Valentine's
42.Why you are alone?
43.Flowers and candy?
44.Plans for Valentines?
45.Plans for this day
46.Period on Valentines
47.Going to work
48.A great big pug
49.Pretending to be shocked
50.There is a date
Valentine's Day, the Western holiday of love is celebrated every year on February 14. On this day, lovers around the world celebrate Valentine's Day. This holiday, when people send about 150 million greeting cards, is considered the second most popular holiday after Christmas.
The origin of this holiday of lovers is not clear even today, there are only the legends that mysteriously surround this day and that have in their center St. Valentine. The first attestation of February 14 was in the year 498, when three saints were appointed by Pope Gelasius I, the date of their celebration being this day.
But the holiday remains associated with the name of Valentine in Rome, who was sent to prison for secretly officiating marriages for soldiers who were forbidden to do so. While in prison, he allegedly healed his guardian's daughter, Asterius. It seems that, before the execution, he would have sent her a letter, which he signed with "your Valentine", as a sign of goodbye.
On the other hand, other legends claim that this day is celebrated in early February, because during this period the Roman holiday Lupercalia took place. The event took place around February 15 and honored fertility, Faunus, the Roman god of agriculture, but also Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome.
- Valentine's Day is coming
2.Do you have a crush?
3.Around the corner
4.Violets are blue
5.The day of love
6.Single on Valentine's Day
7.It's Valentine's Day
8.Stuff of love
10.Spending Valentine's Day
11.Solo for too long
12.Kanye likes kanye
14.Saved money on Valentines Day
16. What about lonliness
18.Valentines Day less than 2 weeks away
20.Do I have a date for Valentines Day?
21.Treating you right
22.This fish, is my fish
25.When bae text you love messages
27.The day I met you
28.Hi there, how are you
29.I am not the best
30.Both crazy, but you're in love
Valentine's Day is celebrated annually on February 14 in most countries of the world: for more than one and a half thousand years, millions of people on this day confess their love to each other. Bemorepanda collected the most interesting memes about Valentine's Day.
One of the versions of the origin of Valentine's Day says that it was transformed from the feast of Lupercalia, dedicated to fertility and named after the patron saint of herds, the god Faun (also known as Luperk). It was celebrated every year on February 15th.
According to tradition, men on this day sacrificed animals, made original whips from their skins, stripped naked and ran around the city, hitting every woman they met on the way. Women, however, willingly substituted themselves for blows: it was believed that a blow with a whip on this day would give fertility. The ritual was extremely common in Rome: there is evidence that even members of noble families participated in it.
Later, it became so popular that it survived many pagan traditions that disappeared with the advent of Christianity. It is worth noting that many historians deny the connection between the Roman "festival" and the later Christian celebration and consider it nothing more than a guess.
The most romantic story about Saint Valentine is connected with the prohibition of the imperious Roman emperor Claudius II to marry: he believed that men who were not burdened with family would fight with great zeal on the battlefield.
1.Mood on Valentine’s Day
2.Quickest way to my heart
4.My plans for Valentine’s day
For about three hundred years after the death of Jesus Christ, Roman emperors continued to insist on faith in their gods. Valentine was a Christian priest and for his teachings he was thrown into prison. On February 14, Valentine was beheaded, not only because he was a Christian priest, but also because he performed a miracle. There is a story that he cured the jailer's daughter from blindness. On the night before the execution, he wrote her a farewell letter, signing it "From your Valentine."
Valentine was an Italian bishop who lived around the same time, AD 200. He was imprisoned for secretly marrying couples in love, contrary to the laws of the Roman emperor. According to some reports, he was burned at the stake.
It is not known exactly why the day of February 14 is known as Valentine's Day, or if Saint Valentine actually had something to do with this day.
Historians claim that modern Valentine's Day celebrations were a mixture of ancient Christian and Roman traditions. According to one of the legends, this holiday comes from the ancient Roman festival Lupercalia - Lupercalia, which was a feast of fertility and was celebrated annually on February 15th. But during the rise of Christianity in Europe, many pagan holidays were renamed in honor of Christian martyrs. The Lupercalia Festival is no exception. In 496 AD, Pop Gelasius ordered the Lupercalia festival to be included in the Christian holiday and established its observance one day earlier, February 14th. He proclaimed February 14 as a holiday in honor of the Roman Saint Valentine.
There were at least three Christian saints named Valentine in the Catholic encyclopedia. One of them was a priest in Rome, the other was a bishop in Terni. Nothing is known about the third Saint Valentine, except that he ended his life in Africa. But it is known that they were all executed on February 14th.
5.Valentine’s day memes
7.Chocolates at my door
Most scholars believe that Saint Valentine was a priest who lived in Rome around 270 and attracted the disfavor of the Roman emperor Claudius II, who was the ruler of that time. During Valentine's existence, the golden era of the Roman Empire almost came to an end. The lack of capable leaders led to frequent civil wars. Taxes have gone up unreasonably. The Roman Empire faced a crisis on all sides - from Gauls, Slavs, Huns, Turks and Mongols from Northern Europe and Asia. The story of St. Valentine also has two different versions - Protestant and Catholic. But both versions agree with the story, when Saint Valentine, as a bishop, conducted secret marriage ceremonies for the soldiers of the Emperor Claudius II, who forbade marriage for young soldiers and, subsequently, was executed for this. Claudius II believed that married men were more emotionally attached to their families and thus would not be good soldiers. He issued a decree prohibiting marriage for his military personnel.
The ban on marriage was a great shock to the Romans. But they did not dare to openly express their protest against the powerful emperor. Bishop Valentine considered this decree unfair, and, seeing what an imprint this trauma leaves on young lovers who have lost all hope of having a family, he secretly performed weddings for young lovers. But such things cannot remain secret for a long time. When Claudius II found out about this, Valentine was arrested.
Claudius II met with Valentine, and he is said to have been impressed by the latter's dignity. Valentine refused to agree with the emperor regarding the ban on marriage. He also refused to recognize the Roman gods and even tried to convert the emperor himself, fully aware of the consequences.
Legend says that there was a deep friendship between Valentine and Asteria's daughter. Before the execution, Valentine asked for a pencil and paper from his jailer and signed a farewell for her "From your Valentine," a phrase that continues to this day. Valentine was executed on February 14, 270 AD.
9.Valentine’s day plan
10.You complete mess
After that, February 14 became a day for all lovers and Saint Valentine became his patron.
And as strange as the origin story is, Valentine's Day is Valentine's Day. When a lover can send a letter and candy to his beloved, flowers as a symbol of love. The first valentine greeting cards appeared in the 16th century. William Shakespeare helped romanticize Valentine's Day in his work, and the holiday gained popularity throughout the UK and then throughout the rest of Europe. The postcards were originally handmade. "Valentines" made of lace, ribbons, and with pictures of cupid with an arrow piercing the heart. Later this tradition spread to the American continent. Today Valentine's Day is one of the major holidays in the United States and is a huge commercial success.
But who was Saint Valentine, and did he really exist? We only know that this day has a mixture of Christian and Roman traditions. But the personal history of the patron saint of Valentine's Day is shrouded in mystery.
12.Knowing i’m single
14.Box of chocolates
15.You don’t have to be sad
16.Netflix is a Valentine
18.Sad and alone
20.Milk and date
22.Yes of course
24.Eat all the chocolate
25.Tons of money
26.Singles awareness day
27.Valentine’s day posts
28.Trying to find the best one
29.Chocolates for Valentine’s day
30.To be in my bed
33.Can’t wait for chocolates
35.Nuggets and love
38.Pizza is my favourite
39.Single on Valentine’s day
42.Not leaving the house
43.DIY Valentine’s day
44.It could be great
48.Finally got a date
50.I wouldn’t deport you
Italy, represented by the rock band Måneskin, is the big winner of the Eurovision 2021 contest, thanks to the viewers' vote, which completely overturned, on Saturday night, the hierarchy resulting from a first jury from the participating countries. Natalia Gordienko, the representative of the Republic of Moldova at Eurovision 2021, ranked 13th.
The final of the European music competition, which reached its 65th edition, took place in Rotterdam, with 3,500 spectators, after last year's competition was canceled due to the pandemic.
Italy, with the song "Zitti e Buoni", settled at the top of the ranking, which until then was dominated by France and Switzerland, after receiving over 300 votes from the public, the highest score obtained by any participant in this contest.
And Iceland, which before the cancellation of last year's edition was listed as a favorite at Eurovision, with a non-conformist and cheerful group of young people, held close to the first places.
The suspense lasted until the last moment, when televoting decided the winner between Italy and Switzerland. Italy accumulated a total of 524 points.
They were followed by France with 499 points and Switzerland with 432 points. Iceland (378), Ukraine (364), Finland (301), Malta (255), Lithuania (220), Russia (204) and Greece (170) also entered the top 10.
Now, Italy will have to host the next edition of Eurovision Song Contest, in 2022. It is the third time that it has winners and organizes the next show in this capacity. The previous two editions were held in Rome and Naples.
1.Remember the winners
2.What do you think?
5.Celebrating the win
7.He don’t deserve this
8.I can explain
9.Life take many turns
12.Italian for beginners
14.Justice is justice
15.Too fast and way to far
16.New album cover
17.Winner of Eurovision
19.Came from the botttom
21.No love, no respect
22.Looking at the broken glass?
27.When you pass the exam after quarantine
32.Italy at Eurovision
33.Italy from space
34.Show us Italy
40.Italy this year
45.What about you?
48.Sum up of 2021
49.Moving to Italy
On Valentine's Day, most people's thoughts are focused on romance, love objects and gifts. But it is always useful to abstract a little from the amorous euphoria and learn something new and unfamiliar about Valentine's Day. Therefore, on February 14, Bemorepanda offers the top 100 most interesting facts about this holiday.
1. It is customary to celebrate Valentine's Day all over the world on 14 February.
2. This holiday was named in honor of the Martyr Valentine.
3. During the reign of the Roman emperor, Claudius was the priest Valentine.
4. Since 1777, this day has been widely celebrated in the United States.
5. Since the 13th century, this day has been widely celebrated in Western Europe.
6. This holiday is secular in Russia.
7. On Valentine's Day, more than 50 million roses are sold worldwide.
8. On this day, more than 9 million people in the world buy gifts for their pets.
9. Sweets and chocolates are considered the most popular gifts on this day.
10. February 14 became a men's holiday in Japan.
11. In Saudi Arabia and Iran, it is forbidden to celebrate this holiday.
12. The tradition of celebrating this holiday originates from middle England.
13. Postcards are the second most popular after Christmas cards.
14.On February 14, 1929, Al Capone's rival enemies were shot.
15. Women spend on gifts this day half as much as men.
16. Condom sales are high on this day.
17. Duke Charles of Orleans created the first Valentine in 1415.
18. Pigeons are officially considered a symbol of Valentine's Day.
19. Computer Engineer's Day is also celebrated on February 14th.
20. Sales of contraceptives increase by 25% on this day.
21. 2001 was the record for the highest number of marriages.
22. The Day of Mental Health is celebrated by the Germans on this day.
23. More than 75% of suicides on this day are attributed to unhappy love.
24. Once upon a time, lovers exchanged postcards decorated with gold on this day.
25. This day is called sweet in Italy.
26. On February 14, Finland celebrates Women's Day.
27. In France, for the first time, a tradition arose to give poetry on this day.
28. In England, gifts are also given to pets on this day.
29. Handmade gifts are especially appreciated on this day.
30. On February 14 Pope Gelasius declared Valentine's Day around 498 BC.
31. More than 53% of women abandon their men if they come to them without gifts.
32. Richard Cadbury in 1868 presented the first box of chocolate on this day.
33. On this holiday 15% of women give flowers to themselves.
34. About 1 billion cards are sent on this day every year.
35.85% of all valentines are bought by women.
36.39% of all sweets are received by children on this day.
37. In Japan it is customary to give sweets, linen and jewelry on this day.
38. The sale of pregnancy tests in pharmacies is increasing on this day.
39. Flowers presented on this day have different meanings.
40. This day was called "Bird's wedding" in the Middle Ages.
41. In 2011, the world's largest chocolate bar was made in Switzerland, designed specifically for this holiday.
42. The first Valentine's card in the world is kept in the British Museum.
43. In Germany, it is customary to plant onions in a pot on this day with the written name of a loved one. 44. Italian navigator James Cook died in Hawaii in 1779.
45. USA got Texas on this day in 1848.
46.3 Oregon became the 33rd US state in 1859.
47. A third of the seats in the local Diet were won by Ukrainians in the elections in Galicia in 1914.
48. Soviet Russia in 1918 switched to the Gregorian calendar.
49. One of the first computers in 1946 was presented on this day.
50. The XX Congress of the CPSU opened in Moscow in 1956.
51. Into this day, rock and roll music was banned in Iran in 1958.
52. The automatic station "Luna-20" was launched to the Moon in 1972.
53. In Dublin in 1981, 48 people died on this day in a fire.
54. Elton John married Renate Blauel on this day in 1984.
55. The “Declaration on the Principles of Cooperation” was adopted in Minsk in 1992.
56. Russia and Ukraine established diplomatic relations in 1992.
57. The Fundamentals of Ukrainian Legislation on Culture were approved on 14 February 1992.
58. In 1993 Hungary, Poland and Ukraine signed an agreement on cooperation between peoples.
59. On this day in 1998, the wedding of movie star Sharon Stone and the editor of the San Francisco Examiner newspaper Phil Bronstein took place.
60. Dolly the cloned sheep died in 2003.
61. In 2004, 28 people were killed in the Moscow Transvaal Park.
62. Unmarried English girls take this holiday very seriously and responsibly.
63. Annually, about 1000 cards are sent to Juliet.
64. The oldest love poem was written in 3500 BC.
65. The favorite flower of the Goddess of Love was a red rose.
66. Wooden spoons with hearts are customary to give on February 14 in Wales.
67. Traditionally in America, pilgrims sent a variety of sweets as gifts.
68. Two times less money than men spend on gifts for women.
69. The month of pregnancy tests is the month of March.
70. Flower shops earn colossal sums on this day.
71. Heart-shaped candies were the first gifts on this day.
72. Saint Valentine was the patron saint of the mentally ill.
73. In the 15th century, the first valentines appeared in France.
74. The Roman God of love Cupid is the symbol of this holiday.
75. Since the beginning of the 90s of the last century, this holiday has been celebrated on the territory of Russia.
76. It is customary to give hearts from any materials on this day.
77. In England, February 14 is considered the beginning of the mating season for birds.
78. Once upon a time in the United States, one holiday card cost as much as $ 10.
79. Germans decorate psychiatric hospitals with bright ribbons on this day.
80. It is customary to give jewelry on this day in France.
81. Poles on this day visit the relics of St. Valentine.
82. It is customary to give dried white flowers on this day in Denmark.
83. Since the 13th century, this holiday has been celebrated in Western Europe.
84.Since the 1930s, this holiday has been celebrated in Japan.
85. All females are given hearts in Finland.
86. Diamonds are considered the best gift for February 14th.
87. Only 75% of men buy flowers on this day.
88. The origin of this holiday is based on the legend of Saint Valentine.
89. On this day, the feast of fertility was once celebrated.
90. Passionate Spaniards send love letters on this day with carrier pigeons.
91. 6 days before the holiday 50% of all valentines are bought.
92. Valentine is the second most popular among all gifts.
93. A large number of wedding ceremonies take place on this day.
94. Durex is increasing its sales by 30% that day.
95. The symbol of Valentine's Day is a red heart.
96. About 189 million roses are sold in America on this day.
97. After Christmas, this holiday has the second largest number of cards sold.
98. In Mexico City in 2010, the record was set for the most massive kiss in the world.
99. The first time in 1936 the Japanese got acquainted with this holiday.
100. In the Middle Ages, doves were often depicted on valentines.
Bemorepanda has collected the top 100 memes for the year 2021. The year 2021 turned out to be an eventful one and certainly a pandemic. At the end of this year we want to let go of all the negative emotions and things, and to step into 2022 with a lot of positive energy and with a hope to have a better year.
3.Actors and their copy paste
5.Nothing you can’t do
6.CEO of IKEA
13.Gamers be like
18.Pick up a drill
21.I use paper
24.My dreams be like
28.With my friend
29.Amount of pee
31.University be like
32.Change my mind
33.Lays in bed
35.9gag be like
37.Do your thing
40.Like a queen
42.Grab a hot cup
46.Every music video
48.Begins to rain
53.Winter is coming
54.My way to work
61.I’m an overpaid
64.Before you were born
72.Here comes the sun
74.The ugly truth
76.Sometimes my genius
86.It’s all fun and games
89.I’ve had enough
91.Remember this van
98.Some farm boy
99.Wrote this code