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February 13, 2020

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Famous Movie Couples...Thursday, February 13th

February 13, 2020

Presented by Elk County Real Estate

 

Question: Scarlett And Rhett Were the main characters in what classic 1939 movie?

Answer - Gone With The Wind

Winner - Morgan Secco

Famous Movie Couples...Wednesday, February 12th

February 12, 2020

Presented by The Village Peddler

 

Question: Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie played the role of Assassins in what 2005 movie?

Answer: Mr. & Mrs Smith

Winner: Joe Snyder

Famous Movie Couples...Tuesday, February 11th

February 10, 2020

Presented by FLowers N' Things of Emporium

 

Question: Allie and Noah, famous couple from The Notebook, name the actors

Answer - Ryan Gosling & Rachel McAdams

Winner - Amanda Margeson

Famous Movie Couples - Monday, February 10th

February 10, 2020

Presented by Rick's Dough Boys On Brusselles Street

 

Question: They had us at "Hello". Name The Movie Couple From Jerry Maguire

Answer - Tom Cruise & Renee Zellweger

Winner - Ashley Steele

Famous Movie Couples - Saturday, February 8th

February 08, 2020

Presented by O'dell Lock & Key

 

Question: Rose & Jack Were The Primary Characters Aboard An Ill-fated Ship In What Movie?

Answer: Kate Winslet & Leonardo DiCaprio - Titanic

Winner - Joyce Blattt

Friday, February 7th...Sponsored by Newell Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning

February 07, 2020

Presented by Newell Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning

 

Question: Name the celebrity couple from the hit movie "Sleepless in Seattle

Answer - Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan

Winner Cassandra Gardner

Thursday, February 6th

February 05, 2020

Presented by H & R Block of Emporium

 

Question: This couple starred in the 1990 romantic fantasy thriller "Ghost" Name the actors

Answer - Patrick Swayze & Demi Moore

Winner - Jen Labant

Famous Movie Couples - Wednesday, February 5th

February 04, 2020

Presented by Burkes Home Center on the Million Dollar Highway

 

Question: This couple starred in the romantic comedy "Pretty Woman" in 1990. Name The Actors

Answer - Richard Gere & Julia Roberts

Winner - Kurt Strahl

Valentine's Day

February 04, 2020

Did you know...

Plan on celebrating Valentine’s Day this week (2/14)? A surprising number of people are taking a pass. A little more than half of those under 55 plans to celebrate this year. The top reasons people choose not to celebrate Valentine’s Day are that they consider it over-commercialized, don’t have anyone to celebrate with or simply aren’t interested anymore. Source: National Retail Federation

In Germany, people celebrate Valentine’s Day the way most of us do, with a certain twist. Most candy boxes and flower wrappers feature a picture of a pig. Why a pig? For whatever reason, for the Germans, a pig is a symbol of lust and luck. Source: GiftCloud.com

If Valentine’s Day (2/14) is supposed to be a mutual show of love, why do guys spend so much more money than women do on gifts? The average man will shell out about $358 for the woman in his life. That’s 74 percent more than women spend on their husbands. Source: WalletHub.com

Dating someone makes Valentine’s Day a little iffy. What's a guy to do – should he buy a V-Day present or not? Women do appreciate a Valentine’s present but according to one survey, they don’t expect an expensive one — especially in the first couple months of dating. In fact, 53 percent of women indicate that a gift of $50 or less is appropriate if you’ve been seeing each other for just 1 to 3 months and 22 percent wouldn’t expect a gift at all. Source: It’s Just Lunch

Women want flowers delivered to their work on Valentine’s Day (2/14) so everyone can see them, right? Nope. Surprisingly, although women enjoy flowers — 43 percent chose them as their preferred Valentine’s gift — most (58 percent) would rather have them presented in person. Here’s another unexpected finding — more men (27 percent) than women (20 percent) would like a bouquet delivered to their cubicle.

If you find yourself in Taiwan on Valentine’s Day, make sure you keep track of how many roses you give your love. A single rose is as a romantic gesture as ever. Ninety-nine roses, however, means the relationship is forever. And if you give her 108 roses? You’re proposing marriage. Source: GiftCloud.com

Besides your looks, personality, interests and employment status, your location can influence your odds of finding a romantic partner. Everyone has different priorities when searching for love, but certain places simply make dating easier than others. For instance, the best city for singles is Atlanta, followed by Denver, San Francisco, Portland, and Los Angeles. Source: WalletHub.com

Valentine’s Day (2/14) is not just about expressing your affection for your partner, it now involves a lot more people ... and money. Today we're expected to purchase gifts for friends and family, cards for co-workers and children’s classmates and, of course, special Valentine's Day treats for pets. Source: National Retail Federation

If you are inclined to want to get married on Valentine's Day, step away from the wedding invitations. Weddings that take place on Valentine’s Day are 18 to 36 percent more likely to end in divorce than weddings on ordinary dates. Remarkably, 11 percent of the people that do swap vows on Valentine’s Day are, just by their fifth anniversary, divorced. By their ninth anniversary, 21 percent of these unlucky pairings have split up.

Valentine's Day. Have you made any plans yet or have you waited? Three in 10 people in relationships wait until the last minute to make Valentine's Day arrangements. Luckily, for the majority of couples, the day of love and romance isn't an afterthought. On average, partnered Americans start thinking about plans 11 days in advance of the holiday.

If you're buying flowers for Valentine's Day you might consider passing on the expensive roses and choose tulips instead. Red and pink tulips symbolize fresh beginnings, making them great to give when you’ve just started a romance. A scarlet tulip represents “perfect love.” Tulips can also help if you’re in the doghouse; smooth things over with yellow tulips (cheerful thoughts) and encourage forgiveness with white tulips.

If money is an issue this Valentine's Day, forget the do-it-yourself cards or presents. When you and your honey are low on cash, why not just make it about having time together? Talking and sex are two great things that cost you nothing.

When you’re scrambling for a Valentine’s Day gift, don’t forget your pooch. An amazing 69 percent of people say they buy Valentine’s Day gifts for their pets.

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