The holidays are the worst time to be single, other than Valentine’s Day they hold the most apparent knowledge of not having a partner of the whole year. You need to get a partner for the holidays, even if you are not really that into them, you just need some companionship at this time, you need to get someone who you can kiss under the mistletoe and spend Christmas dinner with.
Whether you find someone out and about or at work, you will find someone because women have lonely hearts that time of year, and you will make the most of it at the time. You owe it to yourself to at least try and find someone along the way, if only you have to go to places you would not ordinarily look for women.
At that time of year it is like taking candy from a baby, you will have every chance of finding someone even if they are not the usual type that you go for. Getting to know them is the hardest part and there is of course the possibility that you will not take to them, and if this happens then of course it is better to bail.
But unless you attract absolute nut jobs then it is definitely worth looking into finding someone on the holidays, getting the best out of the holiday and getting yourself laid on Christmas. There really is nothing better than having a partner at Christmas, preferably they will be attractive and you can show them off at the family dinner, or they can show you off at their family dinner, either way.
Success is important in relationships and of course there comes the presents, which are a necessary act in the relationship and the whole process of it. But at least you will get a gift also and make the most of it also. Having someone think of you like that is important and it is equally important that you make the most of the situation you have in front of you.
And just remember that February 14th is just after Christmas practically and that means two solid months of sex and fun for you, if you can keep it together. If you can get the most out of it, then you may end up together but if not at least it was a brief stint at the top of the Christmas tree.