5 Times Jim And Pam Were Actual Goals
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5 Times Jim And Pam Were Actual Goals

A great love story from "The Office."

5 Times Jim And Pam Were Actual Goals

" The Office" is an American classic. The perfect Netflix binge for any and all occasions, this show has brought us a variety of wonderful things. From all of Michael's antics to Dwight's beet farming, it never fails to make you laugh or cry (from laughing so hard). But one of the best things "The Office" gave us is one of the greatest love stories of all times. What started out as a wonderful friendship soon made us all want to have a coworker just like Jim to fall in love with and have the cutest and dorkiest relationship with. From their first kiss to their wedding day, Jim and Pam were consistently relationship goals and here's just five of the countless moments they proved this.

1. When Jim finally said what we had all been thinking. And then we all simultaneously yelled at our TVs out of joy and then anger when Pam didn't say I love you right back.

2. This perfectly simple and adorable proposal that never fails to bring some tears (of joy of course).

3. When they reminded us all that the wedding isn't as important as the marriage. Not to mention Jim's adorable Plan A, B, C speech immediately aftter.

4. All of their cute office interactions, including this pizza picnic on the roof.

5. Jim telling Pam she was his everything and Pam responding (a year later) by letting Jim follow his dream to Austin.

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