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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
Byline: Dahlia Martin
IT may be over two weeks away, but if you want a memorable Valentine's Day, you've got to put in some effort and creativity! YQ asked several youths for tips on how to make cupid's arrow more potent. DAHLIA MARTIN writes.
BE A `HERO' WHEN St Valentine wrote the farewell letter to his sweetheart before being bludgeoned to death, the standard for a millennia of romance was set. Luckily, the rules have evolved slightly; it's no longer necessary to die to show your devotion, but you've still got to be a "hero" in the modern sense of the word.
Jasminder Gill, 22, cited an example of true Valentine's Day heroism: "Last Valentine's Day, there was a huge jam in KL - dates were being cancelled all over the city, causing lots of my girlfriends to end up in tears.
"But one of my girlfriends was really lucky - she was in KLCC and her boyfriend …