Leslie Knope, played by Amy Poehler on the sitcom "Parks and Recreation," started Galentine's Day on February 13 as a way to celebrate the love she had for her female friends. Like Leslie, the holiday is concerned with generosity, heart-filled commemorations, champagne, and waffles. The holiday soon moved into the real world and evolved, like its romantic counterpart, into yet another gift-giving opportunity. While Leslie did hand out gifts, they're not required -- it's more important to revel in those important relationships and spread the love. Here are 16 ways to make Galentine's Day a memorable friend fest.