Netflix and Chill Is Not a Valentine’s Day Plan

Brad from Silverdale is having trouble understanding why after 6 years of being with his girlfriend Eva, he still has to make a big deal and spend a lot of money on Valentine’s Day. He says she demands the full treatment every year, with a ferry trip to Seattle and dinner at Canlis, and he just can’t afford that kind of stuff anymore. He says he did it at the beginning of their relationship when they were dating and stuff to show her he cared, but doesn’t think he should have to keep it up and he feels Eva should be at a point in her life where she is over Valentine’s Day too, but she continues to push it really hard. When Eva comes on, she sounds pretty frustrated with Brad being lazy about their relationship and she says money can’t be too much of an issue because he drops a lot of dough on video games. The P1’s think Brad may need to step it up a bit, until Eva brings up some dude named Derek who has offered to show her a good time and suddenly we all wanna get on a ferry and get away.


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