With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, romance is in the air for many couples, but how skilled are you when it comes to looking for love?
To find out, see if you can spot the loved-up man giving his sweetheart a bouquet of flowers in a newly-released puzzle.
The image, created by Groupon as part of its Valentine’s campaign, shows plenty of people, including groups of friends and couples, enjoying a day out at a park, with some working out while others simply lie down or listen to a band playing live.
In hiding: Can you spot the loved-up man giving his sweetheart a bouquet of flowers in this newly-released puzzle?
Hiding away in the picture is a man handing his significant other a bunch of flowers in a kind gesture.
While the pair in the drawing seems rather excited about Valentine’s Day, Groupon found as part of its campaign for the romantic holiday that one in four couples feel their Valentine’s Day rituals have become boring.
Out of 2,000 loved-up people polled, 53 per cent feel they do the same exact thing year after year, and almost half say they can even predict the gift their partner will get them for Valentine’s Day.
That might be why 26 per cent of respondents find their traditions dull.
More than a third of women said that they’ve never been surprised for a day out and 56 per cent have never had their partner prepare a romantic picnic for them.
When asked about being swept away for a weekend getaway, almost half of women said they’ve never had this experience.
Despite the boredom, the study by Groupon found 80 per cent of couples will still be celebrating Valentine’s Day this year.
Answer: The man making a kind gesture for his partner can be spotted in the bottom left corner of the image
Creativity might be key to spend a perfect Valentine’s Day, with 80 per cent of respondents saying that sharing an experience with their partner after dinner is the key to having a great time.
In addition, 80 per cent of those surveyed revealed that they’d love to receive an experience as a gift on Valentine’s Day, viewing it as something they could share with their partner.
The top experiences that survey participants said they’d like to try included attending a concert, getting locked in an escape room, touring a cultural attraction, and taking a cooking class.
Despite Valentine’s Day seeming more like Bill Murray’s Groundhog Day for some couples, the research shows people are actually excited for the holiday. Eight out of 10 people don’t dread February 14.
Study: While the pair in the drawing seems rather excited about Valentine’s Day, Groupon found that one in four couples feel their Valentine’s Day rituals have become boring
Wise words: To help couples get out of their Valentine’s Day rut, Groupon teamed up with actress Tiffany Haddish for a new ad offering some important February 14 advice
In fact, many are hopeful for an intimate evening, with seven out of 10 participants saying they expect to get intimate with their partner after a successful Valentine’s Day date night.
To help couples get out of their Valentine’s Day rut, Groupon teamed up with actress Tiffany Haddish for a new Valentine’s Day ad titled Date Night offering some important February 14 advice.
‘Valentines Day is coming up fellas, so I’m going to give y’all some advice,’ Tiddany says in the spot.
‘Ladies don’t want the same old thing. We want our men to get creative. Let’s do an exotic trip for two somewhere; let’s get a couple’s massage; let’s get locked in an escape room; let’s get weird.
‘And with the money you save, you can still get her those same flowers!’