How's this for killing the romance: Two-thirds of young women think Valentine's Day is overrated, according to a new survey by the social network We Heart It.

After polling almost 25,000 users, We Heart It found that some pretty interesting details: Men were 20 percent more likely than women to want spend the evening on a date—women, on the other hand, were 40 percent more likely to want to hang out with their friends. Why? Many said that February 14 was disappointing, old-fashioned, and lame. (Ouch)

It doesn't matter how you spend Valentine's Day, but these results beg the question: Is V-Day really worth all of the hype?

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When I'm not stalking future-but-never-going-to-happen husbands on Facebook, you can catch me eating at one of NYC's B-rated or below dining establishments—A-rated restaurants are for basics. Fun fact: Bloody Marys got me into eating celery on the regular. And for your safety, please do not disturb before 10 a.m. or coffee, whichever comes first.