14 Funny Galentine’s Day Instagram Captions For That Perfect Pic Of You And Your BFF

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Whether you're a diehard Parks And Recreation fan or just a diehard best friend, you're probably pretty familiar with Galentine's Day. Though it initially entered pop culture as a gag on Parks And Recreation, it's now become a the best unofficial holiday of the whole year. In a Season 2 episode of the series, Amy Poehler's character Leslie Knope explains that she created the tradition to occur on Feb. 13, aka the day before Valentine's Day, to celebrate her lady friends and their beautiful friendships. "It's like Lilith Fair, minus the angst," she explains in the episode. "Plus, frittatas!" In the years since the show introduced the concept of the holiday, Galentine's Day has become a well-loved tradition for women all over the world — even those who didn't watch Parks And Recreation. And now, with another Galentine's Day fast approaching, I think it's fair to say that most women are trying to figure out everything from how to celebrate the day to what their funny Galentine's Day Instagram caption should be.

Celebrating Galentine's Day is as simple as getting together with your girlfriends, or showing your lady friends far and wide how much you appreciate them. Because while romantic love might come and go, your girlfriends are always there for you, and that's something worth celebrating. Whether you find the time to get together and have a big dinner party, or if you just have an hour to catch up on the phone, you can really show your friends how much you care about them by dedicating an Instagram post to your friendship. And of course, what's a good picture without a great caption?

Here are some theme-appropriate Galentine's Day captions that you can use for your gal pal post this year:

“You know my code: hoes before bros. Uteruses before duderuses…Ovaries before brovaries.” — Leslie Knope, Parks And Recreation

"Whether you're throwing up or breaking up, you want your girlfriend right there! I don't trust women who don't go to their girlfriends." — Drew Barrymore

"I don't know about you, but my girlfriends have been my girlfriends forever, and they're my sisters and my family." — Elizabeth Olsen

“I think that is one reason why women live longer than men. Friendship between women is different than friendship between men. We talk about different things. We delve deep. We go under, even if we haven’t seen each other for years… It’s my women friends that keep starch in my spine and without them, I don’t know where I would be. We have to just hang together and help each other.” — Jane Fonda

“Abandon the cultural myth that all female friendships must be bitchy, toxic, or competitive. This myth is like heels and purses — pretty but designed to slow women down.” — Roxane Gay

"What is a friend? I will tell you, it is someone with whom you dare to be yourself." — Frank Crane

"Silences make the real conversations between friends. Not the saying but the never needing to say is what counts." — Margaret Lee Runbeck

“We swore sacred oaths to be strong and to save the planet and to be friends forever.” — Laurie Halse Anderson

"When you have a steady and lifelong group of girlfriends, chances are the person you're telling the story to is actually part of the story.” — Sloane Crosley

"True friends are like diamonds. Bright, beautiful, valuable, and always in style." Nicole Richie

"Men come and go — God knows they certainly have in my life — but girlfriends are forever." — Alana Stewart

"You know when I feel inwardly beautiful? When I am with my girlfriends and we are having a 'goddess circle'." — Jennifer Aniston

"Oh my God, my girlfriends are everything to me. They celebrate with you, they cry with you, they hold you when you need to be held. They laugh with you. They're mean with you! They're always there, and it's just a priceless thing to have." — Jennifer Lopez

"If you can find a group of women, any age, who are supportive and kind and love you, that's the best. I have a group of girlfriends that I would lay in front of a bus for. They've picked me up through really, really bad times and I can definitely say I've done the same for them." — Katie Lowes