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Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin is facing criticism for going clubbing in Helsinki, hours after finding out that one of her cabinet ministers had tested positive for COVID-19.

The 36-year-old PM spent her Saturday night like a typical 30-something, grabbing a beer and dancing with some friends at a club. But unlike most millennials, she's in charge of a country and people notice when she cuts loose.

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Breaks ups suck. We know. But it's the perfect excuse to live your best life and make your social media game tight AF.

I understand that the contents of this article are pretty petty, but whether you want to admit it or not, you want to do better than your ex. It doesn't matter if you both ended things on good terms or not, it's inherent that you want to come out on top. So what better way to do that than to hit up the trendiest cafes, go out at the hottest night clubs, explore the most #wanderlust places around and do you.

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Yeah, clubbing was fun when you just turned 19 and had a whole university first year crew to go with. But little by little that inner grandma/grandpa of yours has creeped in and now even the thought of clubbing is a little too much for you.

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It's not easy living in Vancouver. Between making your rent, affording your bills, and paying off your student loan, you still want to have some kind of social life and get lit on a Friday night with your squad once in a while. 

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Let me set the scene. It's Friday and your phone suddenly starts blowing up. Of course, it's your closest BFFs making plans on what to do for the night. The convo surrounds trying to figure out where to pre, where to go, and what to wear. While everyone is excitedly planning on how to make the most of the night, you're stressing about everything that could possibly go wrong. 

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