February, dreary, cold weather, but it all seems bright and warm when you are looking through the photos. Let’s take a look at the most popular photos per day in the month of February after the jump, we’re sure you will remember some of them!
We had a look at every single day to find out which was the most popular, commented and liked, photo uploaded on that very specific day. You will find them sorted cronologically in our gallery. Want some stats? In February, there were 440,036 likes and 15,362 comments in the photos alone! Now enough chatting, let’s get to the juicy stuff, plug in some earphones, find your favorite song from that time, and check out the gallery!
They say February is the most romantic month of them all and of course it’s because of the Valentine’s day. That one day when you are allowed to be cheesy as much as you want and wake up your inner Cupid.
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