15 Quotes From 'The Office' To Drop Into Your Summer 2019 Everyday Conversations
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15 Quotes From 'The Office' To Drop Into Your Summer 2019 Everyday Conversations

15 quotes to keep your summer vibes alive!

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15 Quotes From 'The Office' To Drop Into Your Summer 2019 Everyday Conversations
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Everyone loves summer break, and everyone loves "The Office." Add some sugar and spice to it, and you get the best quotes to spice up your summer.

Warning: You may feel the need to quote Sir Michael Scott some time in the summer.

1. When you're done with classes and need some time to recover

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2. Looking at your body in the summer and realizing you love your summer body

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3. When the temperature hits three digits

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4. Going out to run errands

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5. When you're arguing with your siblings and realize you're in the wrong

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6. Smiling and nodding at the babies in your family learning to talk

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7. When you're looking for an empty space to set up on the beach

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8. Drinking your third margarita

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9. When THAT person won't stop texting you

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10. Trying to set up the bonfire

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11. Enjoying the view in the mirror when you try on your fire outfit

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12. Walking through Venice beach

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13. Spending Fourth of July with your family while dodging their questions about your love life

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14. Coming home after finding a way to make errands easier

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15. Reminiscing on your experiences at the end of summer

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