Valentine’s Day deals to get your ex back


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Valentine’s Day deals to get your ex back

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Name a cockroach or mouse after an ex and watch it get eaten on Valentine’s Day

If you didn’t like your ex and hated Valentine’s Day, a zoo in Texas is giving people the chance to name a mouse or cockroach after their ex and watch it be fed to birds, snakes or other reptiles.

Did your last relationship fail? Have you dealt with a bad breakup? Well, now is your time to feel empowered.

On Valentine’s Day, companies and businesses want you to feel like you’re right by offering some deals and ways to take sweet revenge on your ex this holiday season.

Here are some ways to get revenge on your bad ex and engage in painful celebrations.

Topo Chico will give your ex a cactus

For a limited time, Topo Chico Hard Seltzer has announced that it’s selling a prickly Valentine’s Day gift for a special ex.

“Bolder (and sharper) than your typical bouquet, each prickly Valentine’s Day comes with a mini cactus and a commemorative card,” the soda brand revealed in a press release.

There is currently a limit of one cactus per customer, and alcoholic beverages are required. You can make a “point of view” to that bad guy and order it here.

A cockroach named after your former appointment

The Florida Aquarium will also let you name a cockroach after your ex after you donate $10 this Valentine’s Day.

Participants will receive a certificate commemorating the occasion and a photo of the cockroach.

Participants can also send messages with “what you wish you said” or “funny revenge confession”.

The aquarium said the fun, family-friendly confessions will be posted anonymously on Florida Aquarium social media.

One, don’t worry – they’ll never “Hiss & Tell” who sent them! You can start here.

At the same time, the San Antonio Zoo will host its third year of the Crying Cockroach Fundraiser, raising funds to support the zoo’s vision of securing the future of wildlife.

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Hissing cockroaches in Madagascar. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

By donating, you can symbolically name a cockroach, rodent or vegetable after your ex. But, here’s the point: then you can watch the zoo offer it to some animals as a treat!

As part of your donation, participants will receive a customizable certificate showing your support for the fundraiser. You will also receive an email with videos of cockroaches, rodents or vegetables being fed to zoo animals. You can register here.

give your ex a smelly surprise

Your ex was…? (you understand me.)

In honor of Valentine’s Day and donating $5 or more, Brevard Pet Adoption Center SPVD in Titusville, FL offers two options for “celebrating” your ex.

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According to the group, donors can write their ex’s name at the bottom of the litter box and let their adorable, adoptable cat do as they please.

Additionally, participants were able to write their ex’s name on the fire hydrant, which was placed in one of the adoptable dog playgrounds in case they needed a break.

Learn more here.

hand over your ex to the police

Brazen, viral Facebook posts by the Florida State Police are encouraging people to turn over their exes to authorities.

“Celebrate the love of your life in February, and we don’t want you to forget the exes who did you wrong!” the department wrote Wednesday. “Do you have an ex-lover and know they have an outstanding search warrant? You Any info on them driving with drugs in their car? Call us and tell them where they are and we’ll take care of the rest.”

Officials said they will be joining police departments across the country in this “Valentine’s Day special.”

“This month-long Valentine’s Day special begins with a set of limited-edition platinum bracelets, free driver transfers, at least one night of luxury accommodation and professional glamour photos, which will be posted online for all to enjoy. The special starts with a special Valentine’s Day dinner is over. We know this special is so incredible that you might want to offer additional testimonials. We don’t blame you, this special is too sweet to miss!” the department quipped.

As of Wednesday afternoon, the post had been shared more than 700 times.

This story was reported from Los Angeles.

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