Joe lifts another trophy to add to the Hall of Champions. #108!! Congrats UCLA Women’s Volleyball and GO BRUINS!
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lifesavers. via
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i need to remember this.
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One of the most scarring moments of my childhood.
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wish someone did this for me.
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Life-Altering Picnic Table of the Day: Bring the outdoors inside with The picNYC Table from Haiko Cornelissen Architecten.
“Suddenly, spilling water becomes a necessity instead of a problem and wine glasses need coasters not to prevent ring stains but to avoid tumbling,” say the table’s designers.
The vegetation is very much alive, meaning the table requires constant care, but the reward is invaluable: All the picnic with none of the f*cking ants.
[architizer / thd.]
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[Poke Pastries]
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I’ve been surprised at how often Amy Poehler’s Leslie Knope has made my eyes misty this season:

That fragile look she gave Adam Scott’s Ben when she told him she was done steam-rolling people and asked him how he felt after baring her soul; Ethel reading aloud the transcript and hearing Ben say that losing his job was worth it because he loves Leslie; and Leslie’s friends (minus Jerry) announcing what roles they would take in her city-council campaign.

I’ve said it before, Liz Lemon used to be the character I related to most on TV, but now I’d much rather be a Leslie than a Liz. Leslie is appreciated and loved, and there’s never any question of whether she’s deserving.

Mandi Bierly, EW (x)

(via fuckyeahparksandrec)

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