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Single this V-Day? These HILARIOUS #WhyImSingle tweets will keep you LOL-ing during Valentine’s Week

With Valentine's Week here, people are starting to panic about being single. #WhyImSingle is trending just in time for Valentine's Day, but most of them have managed to see the funny side of the situation.

Written by Jyotsna Basotia | New Delhi |
Updated: February 8, 2018 5:56:06 pm
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Singleton might be great for most parts of the rest of the year, but as Valentine’s Week rolls in with all the lovey-dovey goodies, the reality starts to seep in. A day (or rather, a week) meant for couples to express what they feel for each other, it brings in a swarm of mushy couples romancing each other in cafes or strolling in parks. What’s more, the advertisement business only adds fuel to the fire with those offers for corny gifts.

Well, if you are single, sad and looking for a way to get rid of the hustle bustle of V-Day, join these Twitter folks with a dose of laughter. #WhyImSingle is trending just in time for Valentine’s Day, but most people have managed to see the funny side of their situations. From saying that they “don’t like to share their food” to posting that it’s all because of “eating Doritos too loudly”, these hilarious twists to the reason for being single will leave you in splits.

Check out some reactions here.

Do you have a funny reason to be single this Valentine’s Day too? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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