Maybe it’s just me, but for me, getting a valentine from Ron Swanson would be like getting one from the captain of the football team. Or no… I mean captain of the cheerleading squad. Yeah like from a cheerleader. Knibb High football rules!
Our favorite steeshman, Nick Offerman, was at it again the other night when he appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Not only did he show off that perfect croissant-shaped steesh, he dressed as a chicken as part of the “Chickeneers.” Check out the video below for the all-cluck version of the Lumineers “Ho Hey.”
Daft Punk placed an ad during last week’s SNL. It contained a 15 second clip of new music. Some guy looped the 15 seconds into a 10 minute recording. Some genius added a loop to Ron Swanson dancing and suddenly it’s CAN’T MISS stuff. Enjoy:
I don’t even remember this happening in Parks and Recreation, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. It’s impressive that he can keep a straight face when something so adorable is happening right under his nose. With that mustache, he’s probably used to it.
My number one concern for most of adult life has been making sure I have a roof over my head when it’s time to go to sleep, and still I’ve been tricked into camping this weekend. If it’s good enough for Ron, I can give it a go. I’m not sure if I am prepared, but I have a flannel shirt on so I’ve got that going for me. Enjoy your weekend!
The last two weeks have been incredibly busy for me at work. Tomorrow will be my 13th day in a row working. That really isn’t a big deal for most people, but I am used to having enough downtime at work to run a blog dedicated to mustaches. THAT’S A LOT OF DOWNTIME!
But at least I got a treat with a new Parks and Recreation last night. It’s always nice to see Ron.
Next week the steeshes should be flowing. I saw a Steve Harvey billboard on the way in to work today and I think I’m going to start using photoshop to replace his mustache with American Landmarks. I don’t exactly know why or what that would look like, but it’s an actually thought I had today.
I don’t like to overshadow my main man Ron, but I will today after coming across this picture. This is Charles Mulligan, the owner of Charles Mulligan Steak House (probably fictional but I don’t have time to figure it out). Here’s how Ron describes it:
“I couldn’t care less about the commendation. But Indianapolis is home to Charles Mulligan’s Steak House. The best damn steak house in the damn state. I have taken a picture with every steak I’ve eaten there.”