Pucker Up: My character receives a kiss from yours, but the phrase ‘Pucker up, buttercup’ must be used at some point.
Love Letter: Your character writes mine a love letter, be it good, bad, funny or just plain silly.
Candy Hearts: Our characters share a sweet moment together that is promptly ruined by ____ (Anon specifies, if blank, be creative).
Chocolate: Your character attempts to make mine a candy themed gift for a present. Chocolate must be included. Bonus points for creativity and taste.
Pick Me Up: Your character attempts to woo mine with all manner of pick-up lines.
Romance: Your character tries to romance mine. Tries, being the keyword here.
A Dozen Roses: Rose petals on the bed, a flower on a desk, whatever it is, your character gives mine roses in one fashion or another.
Dinner: Our characters go out for a romantic dinner— or stay in. Your choice.
Blind Date: Your character and mine are talked into going on a blind date with each other.
Be My Valentine: My Character has just asked you to be their Valentine, your response?
Love: Your character confesses their feelings for mine with a simple “I love you”.
Unwanted Advice: My Character gives yours a little bit of unwanted advice on how to ask your valentine out. Do you take it?
Bromance: Singles unite! Forget the mush, your character invited mine over. How does the evening go?
Wine: Our characters share a toast, one is a little tipsy (anon specifies which) and spills their drink on their partner. Reaction?
Cards: You remember those little cards they sold in the store? Your character gives one to mine, bad candy and stickers included.
Stockings and Lace: Your character prepares mine a sexy surprise for the evening.
Holding Hands: Our characters go on a walk, a little bit of hand holding included.
The Whole Nine Yards: Your character is a hell of a boyfriend/girlfriend and has planned an entire Valentines day surprise. How do they go about it? (This could be a longer prompt, please consider who you are giving it two and understand if they wish decline.)