So Valentine's Day (or Galentine's Day, or even Palentine's Day if you're so inclined) isn't going to be the usual romantic fare this year.
Thanks to the ongoing (and seemingly never-ending) coronavirus pandemic, romantic weekends away are cancelled, a trip to a fancy restaurant is off the menu - even a quiet drink down the pub is impossible.
With all our plans scuppered, we're looking to find more unique ways to make the big V more special this year - and we may have found the perfect pressie if your loved one is a chocoholic.
Yep, you can now get a truly gigantic size of Cadbury's Dairy Milk that you can send to your Valentine (or yourself, if you so fancy) to chow down on.
You can also choose to personalise the 850g bar (yes, that's nearly a full kilo of choc!) with your loved one's name and a message, so every time they break off a square or two (or six), they can think fondly of you.
And when it's a bar this big, there'll be plenty to get through. Yep, this Valentine's Day, size really does matter.
At £14.99, a block of personalised choc is a fairly wallet-friendly gift, and makes a nice alternative to flowers and aftershave.
If you feel 850g chocolate is a tad too much, you can opt for a slightly smaller 360g bar for £11.99 .
If you're less of a Dairy Milk fan, there are several other chocolate boxes available to personalise to send to your beau.
You can now get huge boxes of 20 Cadbury Crunchie bars alongside Dairy Milk Caramel, Wispa, Twirl or just your regular Dairy Milk for £24.99 plus delivery.
The above are all available at Firebox, so be quick - and prepare for a total chocolate overload on February 14th.
It's a year of super-sweet Valentine's Day treats - with online bakery Bakerdays now offering a bespoke Bridgerton cake for the big day.
The letterbox-sized cake serves 2-4 but there are a variety of other sizes, including medium cakes which serve between 18-25 and larger cakes that serve as many 40-55, and can be hand delivered to the door.
We're going to need a few fillings after all this...