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    tip of the day don’t vacuum with ear phones in because i just finished vacuuming the whole house only to realise it wasn’t even on

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"gonna sell these kids some drugs"

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    "gonna sell these kids some drugs"

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    you’ll regret me like the tattoos on your skin
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    DEEP

    OH MY GOD

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  9. You’re sad? I’ll cheer you up.
    You’re upset? I’d love to listen.
    All you have to do is come to me, you know I’ll be there for you.
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  10. Series Finale…

    Since watching the How I Met Your Mother series finale I was REALLY unsure of how to feel about it…I’ve been pouring over the reactions to it for the past day, reading comment posts and articles and watching response videos, trying to lean one or the other figuring out if it was perfect or total shit…and I’ve realized that simply, the problem with the ending isn’t the ending. It was the format of the entire final season. It was an EXCELLENT ending done in the worst imaginable way. I take onus with one decision more than anything else, and it has nothing to do with the way the story ended…it has everything to do with the way the ending was presented. The show expanded one small weekend into 22 whole episodes, which as expected resulted in a lot of scenes and entire episodes which were about pointless crap that simply didn’t matter. By contrast, it compresses the absolute most important 11 years of Ted’s life into one rushed, poorly edited and understated episode. It should have been the opposite. Give us a two-or-three-or-four-part marriage at the beginning of the season, then spend the rest of it focusing on what matters, the years after: Robin and Barney’s troubles in marriage (show them TRYING to make it work, show how much they honestly love each other but are simply doomed to not work out) Barney being emotionally damaged by the divorce and so falling back into his old habits of just screwing random women, as both a crutch to deal with the divorce and because it’s just how he is. (It would have been hilarious seeing how he made the second playbook) Then Robin growing apart from the gang (show her slowly hanging out with them less and less because of how Barney’s actions and Ted/Tracy make her feel) Barney’s perfect month and the mother of his child His time being a father (and finally experiencing the real, honest character change that he has shown himself to be capable of but Robin couldn’t give him) Ted and Tracy’s years of loving each other and having kids (showing us the satisfaction of how this whole 9-year-story really meant something, and Tracy really was a perfect love for him) And most importantly, make the two-part finale about the mother’s death and how Ted was forced to cope with it, and how by the end he has matured enough to know he truly, eternally loves Tracy, but life is a harsh and unpleasant thing that forces you to keep moving and growing, so the show ends with him going after Robin one last time, as a new move toward an old happiness that he couldn’t have back then but just might work now. THAT would have been perfect. The version I just described is literally the exact same ending, but just built up differently. The show emphasized all the wrong things and paced itself so frantically, so we didn’t feel what we were supposed to feel. Instead of sadness when tragic things happened (like Robin and Barney’s divorce or when the mother passed away), we just felt rage. This is just my personal view of it, but I absolutely believe it’s right. I’m happy with the ending, but not the way it was done.

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