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*Spoiler Alert ~ HIMYM*
ALRIGHT. It’s about time I talk about this series finale. Firstly, I am incredibly disappointed with how it played out.
They spent SEASONS trying to convince us that Barney and Robin could be together, regardless of emotional barriers. When we’d finally accepted it, as they were getting married, they throw in a divorce. It’s not even the divorce that bothered me the most. It was the rushed timing and REASON. They didn’t get divorced because they realized commitment was too scary or they could never truly love anyone…it was over work. How lame is that?
Furthermore, in the seasons that were meant to convince us that Barney was right for Robin, they also tried to convince us that Ted was not. In the final episodes, Ted even goes as far to say he no longer wanted to hear Robin saying she wanted to be with him, when it came down to it. Robin behaved rather immature during the finale. She can’t face her fears and be with “the gang” because of very real, but selfish reasons. The most irritating part of all, after you find out Mom is DEAD, Robin and Ted don’t happen by some epiphany, but rather by the teenaged pestering of his children (“You totally have the hots for aunt Robin”). Nope.
One a brighter note, while I didn’t enjoy the fact that Barney had a child with a random woman (#31)… I did enjoy the consistency with the whole “You are the love of my life. Everything I have and everything I am is yours. Forever.” It coinsides with the beginning of the episode and the fact that Barney loved his nephew from the start, implying that he has a soft spot for children.
Also, even though we didn’t get to hear much about Marshall and Lily, I’m glad it ended on a good note. No twists with them. Just one happily ever after for the couple that holds everything together.
Now, notice how I forgot to even write about my opinion on the Mother. That’s because I thoroughly believe she was a very insignificant character. You don’t even learn her name until the very end. We got to know her well enough during the past few episodes, but any respect we had gained was violently crushed by the fact that Ted is going to revert back to Robin after his wife passes away. They always advocate Lily and Marshall because they’ve always had the love, which you only find once in your lifetime. Ted gets two. This hardly seems fair for anyone.
Anyway, I could go on for days, but I think I hit all the important parts. I applaud HIMYM for adding creative twists, but I can’t say I agree with them.
Nonetheless, How I Met Your Mother was a brilliant show. To be honest, it was such a large part of my life that I don’t entirely know how to fill the TV show void.
Here’s to you, HIMYM.
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The Federal and State Governments switching to Garamond from Times would save $400 million of taxpayer money annually
And a fourteen year old figured this out
this is the funniest thing in the world
You know that is? Some straight up fucking bullshit is what
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What if you wake up one morning and you’re in bed with the love of your life and they have their arm around you and they’re snoring like a fucking ass hole, but you can’t help but to smile and you hear a baby crying and it finally hits you, you’ve made it.
you beat the demons inside you, the voices, the darkness.
I look forward to that, to knowing I made it.
this deserve so many notes
when theres a small scratch or dust particle like embedded into the screen of your fucking phone and just AUUUGH
The way my brother treats his fiancée is the reason I still believe in love at all.