20 Things For People Who Love Parks And Rec

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I like AND love Parks and Rec, and I may or may not have rewatched the complete series over a dozen times.

It’s a hilarious mockumentary that focuses on Leslie Knope and her passion for her three favorite things: friends, work, and waffles. She works at the Parks and Recreation department in the small town of Pawnee, Indiana, and hilarity ensues.

I adore all the characters on this show. Like Ron Swanson, who hates government but loves breakfast food. And April Ludgate, who hates people but loves Andy. And Jean-Ralphio, who loves to sing-speak things like “the worrrrssssst.”

If you haven’t watched it, you seriously need to get on that. And here are 20 gift ideas for anyone else who loves this show:

Leslie Knope Mug

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This Leslie Knope Mug says it perfectly, “Be the Leslie Knope of whatever you do.” Damn straight.

Li’l Sebastian Hoodie

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This Li’l Sebastian Hoodie is a great gift for anyone who immediately started singing the “Bye, Bye Li’l Sebastian” song when reading this.

Leslie Knope Collectible

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A Leslie Knope Collectible is another gift idea for people who aspire to be eternal optimists like Leslie.

Ron Swanson Collectible

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Or maybe a Ron Swanson Collectible is more your style if you like things like steak and woodworking.

Ron Quote Mug

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And this Ron Quote Mug says, “If there were fewer people here and more food, this party would be perfect.” Which is how I feel about every party.

Meat Tornado Tee

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Ron Swanson lovers will also appreciate this Meat Tornado Tee, which is great for anyone who thinks of vegetables as “food that their food eats.”

Pyramid of Greatness Poster

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Ron’s Pyramid of Greatness Poster is another excellent gift for anyone who loves all things Ron Swanson.

Ron Quote Travel Mug

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There’s also this Ron Quote Travel Mug that says “Start over and speak differently,” which we’ve all wanted to say to at least one person.

Ron Silhouette Tee

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This Ron Silhouette Tee is a cute way to pay tribute to our favorite mustachioed carnivore.

Treat Yo’ Self Glass

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For Donna Meagle fans, there’s this stemless Treat Yo’ Self Glass which is great for sipping on whatever your heart desires.

Treat Yo’ Self Mug

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For any coffee lovers wondering, yes, there’s also a Treat Yo’ Self Mug. You’re welcome.

Treat Yo’ Self Hoodie

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There’s even a soft Treat Yo’ Self Hoodie if you’d prefer it in comfy swag form.

The Complete Series

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You can’t go wrong with getting The Complete Series on DVD.

Mouse Rat Tee

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True fans will love this Mouse Rat Tee while they pretend to be a groupie for Andy’s band.

Pencil Set

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This Pencil Set comes engraved with things like “A-Okay Coolio Beans” and “Happy Galentine’s Day” and is a fun gift for any fan.

Jean-Ralphio Quote Mug

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This Jean-Ralphio Quote Mug captures the essence of Jean-Ralphio in a single quote.

Ovaries Before Brovaries Bracelet

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This Ovaries Before Brovaries Bracelet is a great gift for the ladies in your life. (And for anyone wondering, yes, it also comes in “Uteruses Before Duderuses.”)

Leslie Magnet

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A Leslie Magnet says, “I am often inspired by myself,” and is a great gift to let the strong ladies in your life know they inspire you, too.

Ron Quote Print

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This Ron Quote Print has my all-time favorite Ron Swanson quote, and it’s pretty sage advice.

April Quote Mug

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This April Quote Mug sums up everything we love about April Ludgate and is also my life motto.

I couldn’t possibly choose a favorite out of this list, but I will never stop loving and rewatching this show. #TeamAprilAndAndy forever.

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