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apreppylife:

as a celebration for reaching 5k followers, i am giving away a pair of the shorts on the right in a size L! they are very forgiving, i wore this size in krass & co when i was an XL and now as a medium! the shorts you will receive are still in the original packaging, and limited edition! thank you all so much, i love you guys! if you want to purchase your own shorts or see all else that krass & co has to offer, visit krassandco.com! and don’t forget to use the code apreppylife for 20% off your entire purchase!
RULES:
must be following me
like or reblog as many times as you want!
ends august 31st!
i will also follow whoever wins! good luck! 

apreppylife:

as a celebration for reaching 5k followers, i am giving away a pair of the shorts on the right in a size L! they are very forgiving, i wore this size in krass & co when i was an XL and now as a medium! the shorts you will receive are still in the original packaging, and limited edition! thank you all so much, i love you guys! if you want to purchase your own shorts or see all else that krass & co has to offer, visit krassandco.com! and don’t forget to use the code apreppylife for 20% off your entire purchase!

RULES:

  • must be following me
  • like or reblog as many times as you want!
  • ends august 31st!

i will also follow whoever wins! good luck! 

weekendupdate-snl

Leslie’s static nature is exactly what makes her a hero in a sense. She exists in order to move the lives of others. She lives in order to make the characters around her grow. In that sense, she’s not the hero of the piece, but rather the hero maker. By virtue of being the rock that doesn’t move, she forces others to move around her, thus on a story level, forcing every other character to have a character arc as they move around her. As a character, she turns ordinary people into heroes.

In a certain way, stories have it backwards from the real world. We focus in on heroes as being the ones who evolve to something better over the course of a story. But in reality, we all change and evolve over time, even if only by flowing around the obstacles in our way, no better and no worse. But the heroes of the real world aren’t necessarily the ones who changes themselves, they’re the ones who change everyone around them. They’re the irrational ones upon whom all progress depends, the ones who insist that the world should change instead of them.

And I think that there’s nothing that Leslie Knope would rather be.

Stephen Loyd Wilson on why Leslie is the hero, Leslie Knope and Heroes Without Arcs (via poehlersvortex)