You know I love you people, well of course, in an appropriate race car driver kind of way.
There is champagne and a nice non-alcoholic sparkling grape juice option, chocolate covered strawberries, really fancy cupcakes with edible gold chrome leaf and of course how can we forget the little GT-R shaped gingerbread cookies! You’ll find it all set out in the community clubhouse. All welcome!
Hope the track gets really mushy today. Hey, look, somebody’s left a trail of rose petals down on the Nurburgring. How sweet is that?
Don’t forget to at least get flowers or something for any long-suffering loved ones who have to cope with your GT5 passion, or any other of your quirks for that matter.
So, being the inquisitive type of guy I am, I did a search for Valentine+Car.
Bing returned over 69,800,000 results. Most of them were for valentine+cards. Yes, Bing, I know how to spell car, but it persisted. Most links were about cards, but they also had a valentine car news section.
So then I switched to the 30,500,000 returns about just valentine and cars, so they returned a bunch of valentine links with valentine car cards and, top and bottom, they had Valentine card adverts. They don't give up.
One of these links was for a radar and laser detector, but I only speed in GT and don't really need one.
Some people must really love their cars because there are a few Valentine car dealerships. I couldn't find one in GT5, though.
The closest I got was probably a Globe and Mail article about some adult activities in cars. It was published in February. The G&M should know better. It's cold here in February, so they must be writing about some really dedicated "players".
Happy Valentine's Day, everyone, especially MistressGT.