This gift just proves that, like her character April Ludgate, Aubrey Plaza is creepy as all hell.

Where does Aubrey Plaza end and April Ludgate begin? It can be hard to tell sometimes, which isn't particularly surprising. Parks and Rec co-creator Michael Shur described his first meeting with Plaza in this way: "Aubrey came over to my office and made me feel really uncomfortable for like an hour, and immediately I wanted to put her in the show."

The Aubrey/April crossover became especially apparent on The Late Late Show last night when James Corden revealed what Plaza gave cast mates as a Parks and Rec wrap gift: "small vials with blood, hair, fingernails, and glitter." That's so April Ludgate, I'm surprised it was never written into the show.

Sources: Mashable