12 Moments We All Felt Like Jerry Gergich From 'Parks and Rec'
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12 Moments We All Felt Like Jerry Gergich From 'Parks and Rec'

Dammit, Jerry!

12 Moments We All Felt Like Jerry Gergich From 'Parks and Rec'

Have you ever had moments where you just keep messing something up? Well, that's basically the life of Jerry Gergich from "Parks and Recreation.” Jerry (also known as Terry, Garrry, and Larry) is known for messing up, whether it's something little or something huge. Everyone on "Parks and Rec,” from Leslie Knope to Tom Haverford, have ridiculed him due to his screw ups in the parks department. However, Jerry is also the type of person who appreciates the little things in life, even when he gets humiliated by the Pawnee parks department. The truth is that there are moments where we are all basically Jerry(Terry/Garry/Larry) Gergich.

1. When you're doing a presentation and mess up your talking points.

It's happened to the best of us.

2. When everyone keeps forgetting your name but you just decide to ignore it rather than correcting them.

3. When you get peer pressured into something and immediately regret it.

4. When you try to act cool but it fails epically.

5. When you realize too late that you're not a morning person.

6. When you get out of work early after a rough day.

7. But then you realize that you absolutely hate your job.

We definitely feel that, Jerry.

8. When you say a word wrong and everyone makes fun at you for it.

9. When you accidentally break something very valuable.

R.I.P. DJ Roomba, you'll be dearly missed.

10. When you've had way too much too drink Friday night.

At least Snake Juice guarantees a good time (but a really bad hangover)?

11. When you have no idea how to use technology.

" God, Jerry! You don't deserve the internet!"- Tom Haverford

12. When you realized that you screwed up so bad that you become the poster child of failure (literally).

Remember when Jerry forgot to vote for Leslie? Yeah, that's unacceptable, Jerry.

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