For­get what greet­ing cards and rom- coms have told you about Valen­tine’s Day. This year, we’re shar­ing sto­ries of snug cou­ples and smug sin­gles, each hav­ing a blast and mak­ing it work. It doesn’t mat­ter which side you’re on; it’s a WIN-WIN!

Hindustan Times - Brunch - - Front Page - by Team Brunch

Do cou­ples have more fun or do sin­gles rule? Are so­los reign­ing supreme or are two­somes tak­ing the cake? Would you rather com­pro­mise for com­pany or in­dulge alone? This year, cel­e­brate Valen­tine’s Day with a twist, with tales of hap­pi­ness from those on both sides of the de­bate

HON­ESTLY, WE can’t de­cide. Sin­gle peo­ple tell us how awe­some it is to have the whole bed to them­selves (all the pil­lows too, can you imag­ine?). Cou­ples, on the other hand, re­mind us there’s noth­ing bet­ter than a warm cud­dle be­fore you nod off. The un­at­tached turn impul- sive hol­i­days and flirt­ing into an art form. The teams-of-two show us how ev­ery­thing is twice as fun with com­pany. Then again, we know cou­ples that bicker and gripe through to­geth­er­ness and an equal num­ber of lonely hearts whose smiles never meet their eyes. And don’t get us started on sug­ary In­sta­grams, man-hat­ing tweets and Face­book re­la­tion­ship sta­tuses...

If Valen­tine’s Day is all about the cel­e­bra­tion of love, how about some sto­ries of peo­ple who are mak­ing it work and hav­ing a blast both with and with­out a part­ner? Can you tell which side is win­ning?

Swara Bhaskar

Pearl Miglani & Nikhil Chi­napa

Shal­mali Kholgade

Kishi Arora

Pri­anka & Rannvijay Singha

Reemma Sen & Shiv Karan Singh

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