Valentine’s Day According to the Osbornes [Video]

Valentine’s Day can be sorta tricky, right? I mean, Valentine’s gifts are always a factor. If you ask me, getting creative is the way to go. But, no, that doesn’t mean that I’ve written any Valentine’s poems for you. Or that I’ve got the perfect Valentine’s Day card for you to get your sweetie.

Because I don’t. In fact, truth be known, Caroline and I have decided that we’re not exchanging gifts or cards of any type this year. But that doesn’t mean that we won’t be celebrating.

In fact, we’ve got something special in mind for the big day. Only it’s not for us. It’s for you.

But before I get that special something, I wanna give a quick shout-out to Serge and Monica Bielanko. How are you kids doing, hmm? Celebrating this day of amore in grand style, I trust? Why am I bothering the Bielankos, you might ask? Because it was their hilarious videos (you have to check them out here and here) that inspired Caroline and me to create one of our own — a special Valentine’s video, if you will.

See, like the Bielankos, the Osbornes are no strangers to husband-wife videos. And I must say, Caroline is always a good sport during these efforts. (If she weren’t, do you really think she’d let me film an interview with her while she was 36 weeks pregnant? And in a bathing suit?) And this latest effort provides no exception.

In fact, all you Caroline lovers will be glad to know that she’s nothing short of on fire in the short clip embedded below. It’s a little something we like to call: According to the Osbornes — the Valentine’s Day edition — a feisty and provocative debate over some critical aspects of our quirky union. And it goes a little something like this:

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