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You now cannot claim ignorance!

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This Sunday is Valentine’s Day!

If you have a significant other, or a mother, or a loved one then you now cannot claim ignorance or “forgetfulness” after reading this.

I say this because my wife (who is beautiful and amazing) hasn’t said a single word to me about Valentine’s Day.

I think she has forgot.

Time to take advantage.

SPORTS! SPORTS! SPORTS!

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Like when that Badger was flying in for a dunk Wednesday night. Nothing was going to stop it. Or so it seemed.

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“STICK TO SPORTS!” Nah.

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