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Valentine's Day gone wrong: Tell us your worst Valentine's Day experiences

Your stories and photos may be featured on one of our 3News shows.

CLEVELAND — *Editor's Note: The video in the player above originally aired on February 8, 2021. 

We've all had them - bad dates, a gift gone wrong, maybe someone even forgot, ruining your Valentine's Day

Hopefully, enough time has passed. Maybe you're even able to laugh about it now.

So we want you to share those stories with us, and with your fellow 3News viewers. Tell us about your worst Valentine's Day date, or gift, and what went wrong. We may feature it on the air during one of our 3News shows.

On the 3News Facebook page, Zach Rambaud said, "My girlfriend at the time threw my pie out her door...we were arguing and I left the house to avoid any further arguments. While I'm sitting in the car, getting it warmed up, here comes that delicious banana cream pie."

Also on Facebook, user Elizabeth Gibbons said, "I was with a group of my friends who were all married and neighbors and each were talking about the gifts they received from their husbands for Valentine’s Day. One got lingerie from her husband, one get jewelry, one had dinner cooked for them, and I got a curling iron cover. Tell me that was not a bummer."

There are several ways you can send us your stories. First, you can post them on the WKYC Facebook page, on the pinned story.

You can also tweet your story out. Just make sure you use the hashtag #3Valentine.

It's also super easy to send us a picture or a video of yourself, telling your story.

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You can submit photos and videos through the WKYC app, and by texting a picture to 216-344-3300. Remember to include your name, where you're from, and your e-mail address or phone number so we can contact you and let you know if we plan to use what you've shared in one of our shows or a social media post.

To send your photos and videos through our WKYC app, read on for step-by-step instructions:

All you have to do is open the app and tap on the call to action near the top of the screen.

You'll see it in a bright orange bar, asking for your photos.

From there, you can select your photo or video right from your phone, write a short description so we know what we're looking at, and hit submit.

When your submission has gone through, you'll see the word "Success" pop up in the app, and you'll know it's been sent to us and is awaiting review by our team.

We can't wait to hear your stories.