OK, we’re all still hungover from the holidays, but Valentines Day is just around the corner and we had so much fun with the stories you called in for our “Big Something Holiday Spectacular!” (you can listen to it again, HERE, if you missed it) that we decided to do another.

This time around we’re looking for: great stories of how you met your beloved, of heartbreak and breakups, amorous hijinx and true love; messages to loved ones (the more creative the better, and sentimental is OK!); and super cheesy love poems and limericks, please!

Just call our Big Something Phonebooth Confessional at (719) 434-DOJO/3656 and you’ll have 5 minutes to leave your message. For messages to loved loved ones, please use first names only and all other stories will remain anonymous unless you specify otherwise.

We’ll package it all up into a fancy radio programme and you’ll be our Valentine February 14 on KRCC!

XO, The Big Something

 

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