Hello, good sir. I will be auditioning for the part of Ron Swanson. I will not be singing because that is a waste of time. Instead, I will be handcrafting a chair from this fine piece of cedar. If I were to sing, however, it would be a heartwrenching rendition of a song that I wrote. It is called “Silence.” It has no words and no music. Thank you. I will proceed now.
Besides their mutual obsession with waffles and hometown being in Indiana, I’m convinced that Eleven would start to use completely nonsense but totally adorable compliments for her friends like Leslie Knope does with Ann, y’know? Because she’s still learning how the English language works, sometimes she comes up with non-sequitur things like “Dustin, you beautiful tropical fish” “Mike, you’re a beautiful, talented, brilliant, powerful musk-ox” “Lucas, you beautiful, rule-breaking moth” and the boys just go along with it because…heck, it’s El
You know, I like to tell people: Get on board and buckle up, because my ride’s gonna be a big one. And if you get motion sickness, you know, put your head between your knees because Leslie Knope’s stopping for no one.
“In my time working for the state government, my job sent me to 46 cities in 11 years. I lived in villages with 8 people, rural farming communities, college towns, I was sent to every corner of Indiana. And then I came here, and I realized that this whole time, I was just wandering around everywhere looking for you.”
“In my time working for the state government, my job sent me to
46 cities in 11 years. I lived in villages with eight people, rural
farming communities, college towns … I was sent to every corner of
Indiana. And then I came here, and I realized that, this whole time, I
was just wandering around, everywhere, just looking for you.”