A Compliment Guide By Leslie Knope | Parks and Recreation | Netflix

A Compliment Guide By Leslie Knope | Parks and Recreation | Netflix


Now I have two best
friends, Ann and Ann. Each one more
beautiful than the other. Good Ann, you’re so beautiful. Beautiful Ann. Ann, you’re beautiful
and you’re organized. Oh, Ann. You’re so sweet and
innocent and pretty. Oh, Ann Perkins. You perfect sunflower. I’ve said this to you before and I know it makes
you uncomfortable, but you’re thoughtful,
and you’re brilliant, and your ambiguous
ethnic blend perfectly represents the dream
of the American melting pot. Ann’s my doctor and she’s the most
beautiful nurse in the world. Nobody can match your
ethnic hybrid energy. Ann, you’re a genius! Your brain is almost as
perfect as your face. 200 for the smartest, most
accomplished woman I know. And check out that bod. Sweet and beautiful Ann has
never been dumped before. Ann, there is nothing harder in the entire world than saying
no to your beautiful face. Ann is the greatest
human being ever invented. But right now you’re
the most beautiful, glowing, sun goddess ever. Ann. You beautiful, naïve,
sophisticated newborn baby. Ann, you poetic,
noble land-mermaid. Ann, you beautiful, sassy
mannequin come to life. He’ll never lasso another heifer
as fine as you, Annie Oakley. You’re Ann Perkins! Sperm that is worthy
of your perfect eggs does not grow on trees. Ann, you beautiful tropical fish. You’re smart as a whip and
you’re cool under pressure. Ann, you are such a good friend, you’re a beautiful, talented,
brilliant, powerful musk-ox. Thank you, ox, for
keeping this ship afloat. Oh, Ann, you beautiful,
rule-breaking moth. It is the most beautiful
object I’ve ever seen. It is like the Ann
Perkins of dresses. It is amazing. You are so brilliant and
kind and stupid hot, you’re definitely going
to find a wonderful guy who loves you and respects you and fills your home with
multiethnic genius babies. Ann, you opalescent tree shark. Nobody can fill your shoes, Ann,
with your tiny, little doll feet. Ann, you rainbow-infused
space unicorn. Yikes! You look weird. So do you… That’s a lie. You
always look beautiful. Ann, you tricky bastard. Ann, you devious bastard. You coy bastard. Oh, Ann, I always forget because
you’re so pretty, you’re not used to rejection. Ann, you beautiful spinster. I will find you love. Oh Ann, you are too
beautiful to be funny. It’s not your fault. Ann, you tricky minx. Ann, you cunning, pliable,
chestnut-haired sunfish. I love you guys,
and Ann specifically.

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