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Valentine’s Day can be hard. If you’re in a long-term relationship, you’ve likely run out of clever date ideas (or you’ve got a few signature ones that are easy to pull-off last minute). If you’re in a new relationship, you’re likely trying to figure out what’s right: is it too soon to buy a gift? What kind of chocolate do they like? Or maybe you’re an absolute pro and don’t need any help.But regardless of your relationship status, you’re gonna want to order one of these fried chicken bouquets (yes…you heard that right) from Juke and Foodora. They’ve teamed up to give Vancouverites a finger-lickin’-good way to say “I love you,” this year, offering an eight-piece Fowl Play bouquet ($29) that you can have delivered to your fave foodie. You can even go one step further and ask the delivery crew to attach a super-romantic, personalized note, too (“You give me wings, Valentine!”).Pre-order opens here February 12.