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  • Young people are celebrating Galentine's Day
  • Young people are celebrating Galentine's Day
    Noel Teo (2013) ©
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Young people are celebrating Galentine's Day

Not everyone is planning to spend Valentine's Day with a special someone, and research has found that more people are now choosing to celebrate with friends. Dubbed ‘Galentine’s Day’ – taken from TV show Parks and Recreation – February 13th is a new holiday for friendships.

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