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SAN FRANCISCO - NOVEMBER 21: Baker Joe Marraffino inspects freshly baked breadsticks at Arizmendi Bakery November 21, 2003 in San Francisco, California. The popularity of Atkins-style, low carbohydrate diets has contributed to the drop in consumption of bread in the U.S. over the past year as 40 percent of Americans ate less than in 2002. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Nothing says romance like free bread.  If you want to score major points this Valentine’s Day . . . or maybe get dumped on the spot . . . you can give your significant other a bouquet of OLIVE GARDEN BREADSTICKS.

They put templates up online that you can print out and then fold into a bouquet container . . . then head over to Olive Garden and buy their breadsticks to fill up the bouquet.

Then RUSH THE HELL HOME before they get cold and gross.

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There's No Greater Valentine's Day Gift Than a Bouquet of Breadsticks From Olive Garden

I'm no Oprah Winfrey, but I do f*cking love bread. So much so that I would take a bouquet of breadsticks over a bouquet of flowers any day, and lucky for me, Olive Garden is making that possible.