14 Leslie Knope Compliments For The Ann Perkins In Your Life
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14 Leslie Knope Compliments For The Ann Perkins In Your Life

The Ann in your life deserves a Knope-worthy compliment, so take advice from the queen herself.

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14 Leslie Knope Compliments For The Ann Perkins In Your Life
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Do you ever find yourself struggling to find the perfect combination of words to communicate how you feel about that special person in your life? Whether it is a significant other, best friend, coworker or relative, there is no better place to seek advice than the master of the metaphor- Leslie Knope. The Ann in your life deserves a Knope-worthy compliment, so take advice from the queen herself.

1. You are a poetic and noble land-mermaid.

2. You are a beautiful, talented, brilliant, powerful muskox.

3. You are an opalescent tree shark.

4. You are a perfect sunflower.

5. You are a rainbow infused space unicorn.

6. You are a beautiful rule-breaking moth.

7. You are a beautiful, naïve, sophisticated newborn baby.

8. You're a cunning, pliable, (insert appropriate hair color)-haired sunfish.

9. He'll never lasso another heifer as fine as you, Annie Oakley.

10. You're a tricky minx!


11. You're a beautiful spinster. (Bonus points if you offer to find them love.)

12. You are a beautiful tropical fish- smart as a whip, and cool under pressure.

13. You are the most beautiful, glowing sun goddess ever.

14. You are a beautiful, sassy mannequin come to life.

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