Dr. Joseph Cilona, a Clinical Psychologist from FYI's "Married At First Sight," weighed in on the findings and said it makes sense that men lie about it.
"Many men feel a tremendous amount of pressure from society not to express emotion, especially negative emotion like sadness, and particularly around issues related to romantic relationships. Many men feel that being expressive emotionally about these kinds of issues will be viewed as not masculine or weak," said Cilona.
It's important to note Dairy Queen paid for the survey after it recognized the growing number of single Americans as noted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
It led the company to create a "singles blizzard" to help you avoid lamenting that you're a loner with a perfect-for-one portion.
Related: Dairy Queen offering Blizzard treat for singles on Valentine's Day
Or, this is a ploy to get singles off the couch to find love at DQ with something other than a Dilly Bar. But, if you are lying to strangers about your Valentine's Day plans, just go ahead and pull a Bridget Jones.
Grab yourself a big tub of Blue Bunny ice cream and lock yourself in your house for the weekend. You'll find it easier for your heart to grow colder with a gallon of ice cream.