Don't miss the Interior Design Show (National Trade Centre, 100 Princes', 416-263-3000), where you can drool over 200,000 square feet of decor ideas from international vendors. The gala opening is tonight (Thursday, February 10) from 7 to 11 pm and costs $45 in advance or $50 at the show. Regular admission is $16 Saturday and Sunday (February 12 and 13), 10 am to 6 pm. www.interiordesignshow.com.
Go coco for hula
Amaze your partner and have a ball trying the Eat The Chocolate Hula Yoga class being offered Saturday (February 12) at 6:30 pm at Downward Dog Yoga Centre (735 Queen West, 416-703-8805). Nibble on organic, herbally infused chocolates by Living Libations (check Take 5 for more deets) while practising a fusion of yoga and hula-hooping. Builds those core stomach muscles, and it's a great way to get warmed up if you're planning on a little all-night hip-swinging action of your own. The class costs $30, or $60 including a rattan hula hoop from Happy Life Hula (www.happylifehula. com).
Gin and tonic may be in the lead when it comes to panty remover, but a good foot massage is often a very close runner-up. Grab your special someone and head to the Bata Shoe Museum (327 Bloor West) Monday (February 14), 6 to 8 pm, for a evening of learning to give a foot massage, getting your hands decorated with henna, cruising the Valentines Day-themed shoe displays, taking a guided tour or just enjoying the live music and refreshments. Pre-registration is recommended. $15 per couple, or two friends. 416-979-7799.
Loves me, loves me not
Feeling unsure? Get relationship answers by putting your sweetheart's love to the test - literally - with the Hand Held Love Tester ($10.95, Teatro Verde , Hazelton Lanes, 87 Avenue Road). Granted, it's hella kitschy and results may be less than scientific, but it's easy to use. If the liquid boils, its safe to say the heat is on. Either way, it's cheaper than shelling out for a psychic. 416-966-2227.