You know it always weirds me out when people say they ‘don’t ship any characters’ i mean what do you do with your lives???? are you honestly trying to tell me that you go to sleep during normal hours??? that you actually focus on school/office work???? that you actually spend your day doing something productive????? that you can actually cope with life without depending on the relationship status between two fictional characters????????? because honestly that sounds like bullshit

7

Newt: Hello strange person who I have never met before. Who are you?
Tina: I’m Janet Snakehole. I’m a very rich widow with a terrible secret. Who are you?
Newt: Burt Macklin, FBI. I was the best damn agent they ever had until I was framed for a crime I didn’t commit. Stealing the President’s…rubies. Now I work alone.
Tina: Lovely to meet you.
Newt: I gotta admit, I thought your costume would be a little more slutty.
Tina: How. Dare. You. 

(Park and Recreation; season 3, episode 13: The Fight) 

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Percy and Credence’s Fancy Party: Part 2

Credence: It’s actually a really funny story. We were hanging out. And suddenly, I was like “What if we got married tomorrow?” And he was like - 
Graves: Fine. 

(Parks and Recreation; season 3, episode 9; Andy and April’s Fancy Party)

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6 | Part 7

Maybe it's just me

But I think the best love stories come from couples that started as friends first.

Relationships built on physical attraction have a weak foundation.

Ones that are built on a foundation of friendship and respect are the most solid and lasting.