For the ever effervescent Mumbaikars, there's no reason or season to celebrate.Even as lovebirds are swarming gift shops, making plans for D-Day, and eateries are buzzing with activities, several others have planned to keep it low. Many dining places and commercial venues have planned to host anti-valentine's day party.
And those who do not believe in rejoice the occasion, instead, host parties and still revel fashionably.
We will have many celebs attending our party." Given that February 13 is a Friday, it is yet another reason for young professionals and singles to step out.
Andheri resident, 25-year-old Priyam Sharma will be going with her bunch of single girlfriends to one such parties.
"All of us will be pulling out our little black dresses and having fun all by ourselves.
It is an onomatopoeia of the sound made by the sandals when walking in them.
They could be bought by tracing round the edge of a foot on paper, and then the template would accompany a servant to the market, where he would barter for flip-flops.
They are called thongs in Australia, and tsinelas in the Philippines (in some Visayan localities as "smagul", from the word smuggled).
This footwear has a number of other names around the world.
Who needs all the mush when your gang is by your side?