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Tour the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Set With Chris Pratt and Omaze

Omaze, the charity that brought you incredible giveaways like that Star Trek: Beyond set tour and video calls with Harrison Ford, is at it again. This time, they’re helping out the Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club by offering donors a chance at a tour of the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 set. Of course, they didn’t stop there; the winner will also get lunch with Star Lord himself, Chris freakin’ Pratt. Ahh, lunch with Chris Pratt…

Ahem. Excuse me. You should check out this video, which is a preview of the tour you’re likely to take. The best part is that it’s all patently Pratt, and will have you in stitches. I mean really, I have no idea how this guy can be so damned funny. He’s great. Just great.

As well, Pratt promises you a bunch of things that you probably won’t get: your very own studio door, a forklift, a sweet jump over a forklift, his set chair (it says Peter Quill on it!), and more. It’s hard to tell what you’ll actually get if you win, but to be honest, what I would really hope for is a sweet mixtape. I am all about that mixtape life, and to get one from Pratt would just make my freakin’ life.

So, all you have to do to enter into this contest is donate $10 or more to benefit the Lake Stevens Boys and Girls Club.. You’ll be helping out a worthy cause, and you get a great shot at a sweet prize. What’re you waiting for? Move along, guardian!

(via Collider)

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Jessica Lachenal is a writer who doesn’t talk about herself a lot, so she isn’t quite sure how biographical info panels should work. But here we go anyway. She's the Weekend Editor for The Mary Sue, a Contributing Writer for The Bold Italic (thebolditalic.com), and a Staff Writer for Spinning Platters (spinningplatters.com). She's also been featured in Model View Culture and Frontiers LA magazine, and on Autostraddle. She hopes this has been as awkward for you as it has been for her.