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Saturday, February 11, 2006

Roses and numbers

One rose represents ‘simplicity’.
Two roses show ‘gratitude’.
Two roses joined together reflect ‘engagement’ or ‘coming marriage’.
Six roses mean ‘I miss you’.
Seven roses signify ‘infatuation’.
Twelve roses declare ‘ultimate love’.
Eighteen roses are given to apologize.
Twenty-five roses are presented to congratulate.
Fifty roses show ‘unconditional love’.
Bouquet of mature blooms reflects ‘gratitude’.
Single rose in full bloom says ‘I love you’.

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