Happy That V-Word Day! ♥

Cupid

Anyone remember this Cupid? Mm-hmm… I would definitely celebrate today if he asked me to. 😉 image source: pinterest.com

Yeah, I said it.  It’s the V-word Day.  As a writer of romance, you’d think that I’d be all over this day like pasties on a stripper with some amazingly hot, possibly even sappy excerpt from one of my upcoming novels, or even the one that’s available now – Hey, it’s V-Day (BUY MY BOOK!) What?  It’s all about buying stuff today, isn’t it?

Ugh. Okay, fine. The truth is that as optimistic as I am by nature, I have never, not even once, ever, had a good Valentines Day.  So… today I’m ditching the “-alentines” and focusing solely on the “V.”  I’ve been compiling a list of words and names that begin with the letter “V” without hitting the dictionary or Google, just to see how many I can actually think of.  I’m happy to announce that I amazed myself and I haven’t had enough coffee yet to word that less egotistically, my apologies.

Here’s my list of non-alentine words:

Voluptuous
Vivacious
Virility
Vortex
Velocity
Volatile
Vernacular
Volcano
Vacation
Very
Vladimir
Vampire
Vending
Vender
Various
Volume
Volleyball
Valedictorian
Victorian
Victoria
Victim
Vehicle
Venice
Venetian
Verona
Vienna
Vienna Sausage
Venezuela
Vibe
Vermillion
Vermin
Vermont
Victoria Secret (rawr)
Veronica
Vivica A. Fox
Vin Diesel (again… rawr) 😉
Van Halen
Vicar
Victor Webster (Ha-ha, Cupid’s real name starts with a V! How perfect is that?)
Vincent Price
Vivian
Vast
Virtue
Virgin
Virginia
Va-jay-jay (you know you were thinking it)
Vesuvius, Mt.
Venus
Vulcan
Violet
Violent
Victory
Victorious
Verve
Verb
Vocabulary
Viola
Violin
Viking
Volvo
Volkswagen (Das Auto)
Valhalla
Vested
Vest
Visit
Visitor
Vice
Vice-grip
Vice President (Same word, I know, but totally different meanings!)
Viper
and last, but not least, Voila!

Okay, I swear and promise and all that good stuff that I did not look any of those up. Now, it’s your turn! Can you think of any words or names that begin with the letter “V” (that doesn’t end in “alentines”)???

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