FORGET cuddly toys and flowers, what we all really want on Valentine’s Day is chocolate.
So it is just as well as that one company is setting out to ensure you get your sweet fix on February 14 without fail.
Airtasker, who help people with tasks like gardening and moving furniture, will be delivering free chocolate to both couples and singletons.
They will be dropping off goodies from ethical chocolate brand Doisy Dam – who stock flavours including crunchy almond butter milk chocolate and lemon, poppy seed and baobab white chocolate.
However, only those living in London and Manchester will be able to get a chunk of the action.
If you’re interested, all you need to do is head to the AirLove page on Valentine’s itself and request a special delivery.
You will need to tell the company your location and also, in your own words, why you deserve a special chocolate delivery.
For those who are able to secure a sweet delivery while stocks last, you could also be in with a chance of winning a year’s supply of chocolate too.
Just share a snap of your Doisy Dam goodies on social media use the hashtag #AirLove.
Alexa Smith, the Marketing Manager at Doisy Dam, said: “We can’t wait to make Valentine’s Day a little bit more special for people this year. After all, what says I love you better than some delicious chocolate?
“We’re so excited to have teamed up with Airtasker to deliver a mixed bundle of our range straight to your door!
“When developing our chocolate, we always aim to create products and flavours that will excite and engage, and this is no different.
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“We hope the awesome people of Manchester and London enjoy them.”
Earlier today, we told you how miniature post boxes are popping up around the UK in the run up to Valentine’s Day so people can send a card to a lonely person.
We also told you how Valentine’s Day gifts from exes are being sold online by scorned singletons.
And Ben and Jerry’s have launched a new brown sugar ice-cream with cookie swirls in time for February 14.