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The Best Of Flower Delivery Fails This Valentine's Day

Today is Valentine's Day, aka the day social media turns into a crappy dating game show. The Internet is practically sponsored by Valentine's Day posts (guilty).

One of the staples of this annoying holiday is sending flowers. Since the beginning of mankind, men have either brought or delivered flowers to their girlfriends, wives, mothers and lovers on Valentine's Day. Therefore, naturally, if you're a company that sells flowers, today is your Super Bowl.

Take ProFlowers and 1800-Flowers, for instance. Companies like these should be fully prepared for today's deliveries, no? I mean, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, New Year's Eve, you gotta think these are their biggest selling days.

Well, it appears they completely dropped the ball (or bulb) this year, with complaint after complaint swarming their social media sites.

As one of those kind, loving boyfriends who tried to send his girlfriend an arrangement of beautiful, over-priced flowers on Valentine's Day, only to find out they were delivered a day early and dead, I felt the need to share these stories with the rest of you.

Here are the best of flower delivery fails this Valentine's Day:

Wrong place, buddy!

A bit too early…

Flowers held hostage?

Bad timing…

What is this, amateur hour???

Apparently, February 13 is the new Valentine's Day…

Not-so-fresh flowers…

More sh*tty flowers:

“Wowing” issues:

Very sad flowers:

Mo' flowers, mo' problems…

Crap, on crap, on crap…

Sh*t in a box?

You're dead!

This was my delivery that inspired this all…

And, of course, if you call to complain…

But, hey, I guess my delivery could have been worse…

I understand there were impeding weather issues in the northeast, but next time, be more prepared! This is what happens when you mess with people and their flowers!

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Tyler Gildin is the Director of Video at Elite Daily. A Newhouse grad from Hewlett, NY, Tyler has been with Elite since 2012. When he isn't writing, producing, or directing ED videos, he's performing stand up comedy and playing with his dog.
Tyler Gildin is the Director of Video at Elite Daily. A Newhouse grad from Hewlett, NY, Tyler has been with Elite since 2012. When he isn't writing, producing, or directing ED videos, he's performing stand up comedy and playing with his dog.

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