The Ann Perkins, Ednas, and Zippys of Our Lives

1. Ann Perkins

Ann is that magical human being that you always look up to. If you could be someone else you would be her, she is just about everything you want to be in life. She looks like she has it all together. She is absolutely perfect in your eyes, no matter what she does she could never not be a “…poetic, noble land-mermaid.” (Knope, Leslie). You feel the same way about Ann that Leslie does.

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2. Edna Mode

Edna is a shockingly bold and forward person, who never ceases to say what isn’t being said. Her sass is limitless. She has that European-direct quality to her without actually being European. She is funny–but 85% of the time she uses her quick wit to make you the center of the joke.  And she is horribly nosy. She cannot lie, so when she does finally decide to give you a compliment you know it is genuine.

edna mode

3.  Zippy Brewster

Zippy is the boy you met instantly. You never had classes, or any reason to hang out, but you spoke regularly. Zippy is honestly so sweet but his flirtatiousness gets old fast. He is athletic and makes sure everybody knows it. He is always armed with some sort of seasonal sporting gear flaunting it. Even during the winter months when you would think he couldn’t possibly have a physical reminder of his athleticism, he is a swimmer, swimmers don’t have basketballs or tennis rackets to show off. Nope. In the winter months his shirt is constantly coming off,just in case you forgot, maybe you need another look at his abs as a reminder. He could almost be a Tarzan.

zippy brewster

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