- A new research has made interesting findings into how the 2021 Valentine's Day will pan out
- The study results showed names as Mark for guys and Deborah for ladies are most likely complainers on the lover's day
- It also listed Jemaa El-Fnaa in Morocco and Rome as most complained tourists places and cities respectively
As lovers all over the world look forward to another Valentine's Day on February 14, with this year's being on Sunday, a new study has come up with ear-tingling reviews and information that will interest you.
While men had most reviews, ladies came out tops in the research as most likely to have more complains than men.
According to the new research conducted by Coupon Lawn, a choice online retail outfit, from a total of 100 names selected for the study, names as Mark and Deborah ranked first, polling 13 negative reviews respectively.
Others in ascending order that completed the top 5 are Helen with 22 negative reviews, David with 23 reviews and Adrian with 21 negative reviews.
From the top 20 list of complainers, women spent 219 minutes complaining to men's 180 minutes.
Jemaa El-Fnaa in Marrakech, Morocco came tops with the most negative reviews for a tourist destination pegged at 189 minutes of bad experiences expression.
Of the selected 14 most complained tourists destination list, Hoi, an ancient town in Vietnam had the lowest number of negative reviews pegged at 110 minutes of bad experiences recounted by tourists who participated in the survey.
The city of Rome in Italy peaked number one in the list of most complained tourist cities with a total of 268 negative reviews and Da Nang in Vietnam coming last in the top 10 list with 110 negative reviews.
It is noteworthy that the conductor of the research, Coupon Lawn, made use of the list of the world's most visited tourist attractions available on MasterCard, a renowned financial service corporation and was further narrowed into valentine's day trips by couples.
While Trip Advisor was employed in weeding out negative reviews, the time spent on writing negative reviews was arrived at by dividing total number of words by average online typing speed.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported how a 200-year-old Valentine's Day card was rediscovered.
The card was bought 20 years ago by a fan of old school Valentine’s Day cards, Gavin Littaur.