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Galentine’s Day: Caesar Salad Pepperoni Pizza

Galentine’s Day: Caesar Salad Pepperoni Pizza

Galentine’s Day: noun,  an annual (not) nationally recognized holiday celebrated by human females on February 13th, the day before the over commercialized, bummer-of-a-holiday-for-single-women traditionally known as Valentine’s Day.  Galentine’s Day was made popular by Leslie Knope, a fictional character portrayed by Amy Poehler on American television comedy Parks and Recreation.  Galentine’s Day is known as a day when lady friends gather, wear comfortable pants, and eat as many waffles (among other things) as they’d like. 

See also:  Treat Yo Self.

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