Valentine's Day is all about love, friendship, and romance...

Just kidding, it's all about the chocolate. 

Nothing could be sexier than digging into a molten chocolate cake and watching the gooey center slide out of the chasm as gracefully as one of those classless jabroni f*ckboys slid into your DM's. 

Instead of attempting to bake a molten chocolate cake for yourself this Valentine's Day (which will only end in failure and compound your negative self-confidence caused by your lack of a life-mate), how about you head on over to Starbucks and order yourself one of their three V-Day specials? 

According to Cosmopolitan, Starbucks has come out with three limited release drinks starring molten chocolate cakes that will be available for your drinking pleasure through February 14th. 

The Molten Chocolate Latte seems to be the top dog on Starbucks' romantic line up, though we're thinking you might have a serious sugar/caffeine rush after consuming one of these beverages. 

The drink consists of chocolate chips being melted with espresso and combined with mocha infused, steamed milk. It is then topped with mocha-espresso whipped cream, and drizzled with a mocha-espresso syrup. 


Thankfully, you can't feel significantly guilty after consuming one of these babies because the nutritional value for the drink is not listed online. 

If you want something frosty to go along with your cold, lonely heart, you can always try the Molten Chocolate Frappuccino, consisting of coffee,  chocolate chips, and mocha sauce blended together with milk and ice. 


Finally, step up your hot chocolate game with a Molten Hot Chocolate. Steamed milk is poured over chocolate chips and bittersweet mocha sauce and combined to make a rich, delicious mug of love. 

Want a creative way to invite your crush/bestie/mother to your Starbucks date? Starbucks will let you create your own gif to show your love for a technologically inclined BFF. So if you see your feed inundated with personalized Starbucks gifs, you now know why. You're welcome. 

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[via Cosmopolitan] [Feature Image Courtesy Refinery29]