22 Captions For Your Summer Photos From Your Favorite Comedy Shows
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22 Captions For Your Summer Photos From Your Favorite Comedy Shows

Don't waste time trying to find the perfect caption.

22 Captions For Your Summer Photos From Your Favorite Comedy Shows

We all have hopes and dreams to take beautiful, aesthetic summer photos. After posing for half an hour, waiting until the right time of day, and spending an hour editing each photo, no one wants to spend any extra time searching for the perfect caption. So instead of trying to think of something profound, take a look at these quotes from your favorite TV shows that are perfect for your summer photos.

For that yearly beach pic

"I just want to lie on the beach and eat hot dogs. That's all I've ever wanted."

-- Kevin Malone, The Office

And those luxury vacation photos

"Sometimes you gotta work a little so you can ball a lot."

-- Tom Haverford, Parks and Recreation

Can't forget the obligatory bikini pic

"Sophisticated with a hint of slutty."

-- Leslie Knope, Parks and Recreation

And the summer shopping trips

"Treat yo self."

-- Donna, Parks and Recreation

For the impromptu group photos 

"I don't know what to do with my hands. What do I normally do with my hands?"

-- Marshall, How I Met Your Mother

And the summer selfies

"Whenever I'm sad, I stop being sad and be awesome instead."

-- Barney, How I Met Your Mother

Don't forget to document those sweaty after-gym moments

"I figured, if I'm going to be a mess, I may as well be a hot mess."

-- Mindy Lahiri, The Mindy Project

And the moments when you're really feeling yourself

"The only thing I'm not good at is modesty -- because I'm GREAT at it."

- Gina Linetti, Brooklyn Nine-Nine

For your moments of confidence 

"I'm pretty but tough, like a diamond. Or beef jerky in a ball gown."

-- Titus, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

And traveling, of course

"I feel like I'm the Paris of people."

-- Gina Linetti, Brooklyn Nine-Nine

Can't forget the tasty food pics

"I have the right to life, liberty, and chicken wings."

-- Mindy Lahiri, The Mindy Project

And for documenting all your relaxing summer moments

"I wish I could, but I don't want to."

-- Friends

You can never have too many vacation pictures, right?

"I am running away from my responsibilities. And it feels good."

-- Michael Scott, The Office

For showing off that summer bod...

"I am better than you have ever been or ever will be."

-- Dwight Schrute, The Office

Especially that summer booty

"Big Butt. Bigger Heart."

-- Michael Scott, The Office

Just embrace those summer cravings 

"If I don't have some cake soon, I might die."

-- Stanley Hudson, The Office

For those "what happens during summer, stays in summer" pictures

"Well, I guess I can't hide my crazy."

-- Jess, New Girl

It's not every day you check something off your bucket list

"Can we just take a moment to celebrate me?"

-- Schmidt, New Girl

For those "it's a long story" moments

"It's a weird life, but it's where I'm at right now."

-- Nick, New Girl

We all have those lazy beach moments

"Only strippers shave above the knee."

-- Linda Belcher, Bob's Burgers

But you can't forget how amazing you are!

"I am a smart, strong, sensual woman."

-- Tina Belcher, Bob's Burgers

And finally, we all know you love them, but after spending all summer with them...

"You're my family and I love you, but you're terrible. You're all terrible."

-- Bob Belcher, Bob's Burgers

Instead of spending your summer stressing over instagram captions, kick back, relax, and watch Netflix on a sunny beach. Or in bed. You do you, boo.

Just make sure to document it all. One day you'll be glad you did.

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