: So, Doron, what did you do
Doron: Last Valentine's day I got disappointed I think, cause I teach at university, and I'd that Japanese students always give their teachers loads and loads of chocolate, and even though it was my fifth year, and every other year I only got like two or three, I was still really cause I'm at university now and I got two chocolate bars.
Mel: Oh, ?
Doron: How, about you? Are you forward to it this year?
Mel: I'm planning on to Korea with my co-workers to escape the Valentine's Day.
Doron: To escape?
Mel: Atmosphere, yes.
Doron: You're not a fan ?
Mel: I like Valentine's Day, but I don't plan on it this year. Is Valentine's Day big in England?
Doron: I haven't lived in England for now, about ten years. When I was a kid it was big in school, like in junior school, and we to have a little Valentine's post box in your class where you could little messages to your classmates and then you put it in the box and it'd get .
Mel: Oh, a box?
Doron: Yeah, in little Valentine's post box.
Mel: Oh, cool.
Doron: The teacher would them.
Mel: Did you only get notes or did you get candy well?
Doron: No, it was just . In England we don't really give candy and chocolate and presents people. We just give letters, it's like a boyfriend or a girlfriend or something. But when you are seven, you don't bother.
Mel: Well, the thing I liked about Valentine's Day as a kid was that you'd Valentine's Day cards from everyone, but I was always to see what the boy I liked to me.
Doron: Did you know who wrote to you?
Mel: Yeah, they sign their name on the card.
Doron: ? They sign names?
Mel: Yeah, it'd like. Happy Valentine's Day Adam.
Doron: Oh, in England I don't think you don't put name. Even if you know who it's from. You know it's from your girlfriend, or your best friend, or your grandma, or , I think you just put a big question mark.
Doron: It's half the fun. You have to figure it .
Mel: But my favorite Valentine's Day gift is always my mom.
Doron: She gives you a gift every year.
Mel: She'll send me gifts in mail, and when I was elementary school, she would hide chocolates and in my desk. It was awesome.
Doron: That's .
Doron: I don't remember any really really cool Valentine's presents. I remember a couple. I was dating a girl who in Norway when I was at university in England and so for Valentine's Day is the same ... I think her birthday was February the 11th or .
Mel: Oh, yeah.
Doron: So, I just flew . I e-mailed like her best friend who I knew quite well as well and he picked me at the airport I and flew over Norway.
Doron: And in Norway, it's a very country, so they don't really lock doors a bit like Japan, and he just drove me to the house and I walked in at like nine in the morning, and she just came stairs and she nearly died. She I was a ghost.
Mel: Yeah. That be scary but fun.
Doron: Scary but fun. That's she said when she could talk.
Mel: Yeah, so it was a birthday, Valentine's Day gift.