Apparently, the recession is over when it comes to love or at least Valentine's Day. The average person expects to spend more than $126 on the holiday, the highest in the National Retail Federation survey's 10-year history.
Certainly, Valentine's Day is supposed to be the day for lovers, but the marketing is geared more towards men buying gifts for women. How did that happen? Is it fair?
Men: Do you feel left out?
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