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Nick Offerman Makes a Rare Visit to Twitter, Wikipedia, YouTube, and Reddit

Nick Offerman Makes a Rare Visit to Twitter, Wikipedia, YouTube, and Reddit

There’s little else in this world that we love more than Nick Offerman and his special brand of dry humor. He’s proven himself the master of no-nonsense wit over the years, and he recently decided to aim it at some popular websites in a video on GQ’s YouTube channel.

Offerman’s opinion of the internet isn’t entirely the best in the world, but he still took the time to visit some popular sites and weigh in on a few things. As if channeling his Parks and Recreation character, Offerman used his internet journey to respond to (read: sternly judge) a couple Ron Swanson tattoos, a handful of tweets, some woodworking projects, and even a gentleman’s mustache. We even found out how he’d describe himself in four words. (no disagreement with his answer of “Coquettish, Cute. As. Hell.”) However, our absolute favorite part of his web-surfing was his visit to Wikipedia to set the record straight on a few things about himself. In the “Personal Life” section of his Wiki page, Offerman thought it prudent to edit a few details when it comes to which Chicago sports teams he’s a big fan of and how he really spends his free time with his wife, actress Megan Mullally.

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And that settles it. Not only is “do puzzles together in their free time and make sweet, slow, languorous love.” probably the best combination of words we’ve seen in a very long time, but that statement is now 100% our relationship goals from here on out.

What would you ask Nick Offerman, should he ever decide to go undercover on the internet again? Let’s discuss in the comments below!

Images: Wikipedia, GQ

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