HIMYM "Vesuvius" Scene

Okay I just need a moment
i deeply believe the mother has a serious terminal illness and that has been told during this whole future scene. They both look quite melancholic, Ted’s bringing her to the place where he proposed (I know it sounds like something Ted would do anyways but it’s also full of good memories to be more optimistic about the topic), she asks him not to live of his stories (apparent metaphor of herself)…

But obviously the evident proof is this one right here: Ted starting to cry when she mentions about the mother going to her daughter’s wedding. At first she didn’t even thought about it, if we were talking about Ted’s mum she would have been more sensitive, watching out his feelings related to that. It implies then, it’s something relatively recent, they found out not long ago and that’s why then she doesn’t think of it at first. After this, Ted stares directly at her and starts to weep. He wants her to notice that in the case Penny gets married, she wouldn’t be there. The way she calms him down it’s the reaction of somebody who feels slightly guilty and doesn’t want to make him sad about it, she tries to cheer him up while knowing he’s worried about her (I know is what everyone would do but i feel like she really puts her effort on it maybe because she is aware she’s the reason). And also she distracts him quickly due to the fact that they’ve been through it before.

So yup, that’s my opinion of this fragment! But then again i don’t think it completely says she’ll die. We’ve heard him talk about the mother in present tense several times and we must not forget it’s a sitcom. It would be totally shocking for all of us and a bit unexpected maybe but i don’t think they’ll eventually do that. Or I’m just on a denial phase and I just can’t buy it at all! However, I think it’s just a little trick to drive us mad and we’ll get the final series we’ve always wanted ;)

I'm still denying the ending to HIMYM. And here's why

 It was made known to us in Season 7 Ep 17 that Lilly and Marshall had placed bets on Ted and Robin being together. Lilly is constantly asking Marshall to “pay up” when the signs point to Robin and Ted never being together. In the finale we never see either of them pay up meaning that Ted and Robins situation is not permanent.  What do you think? Am I just reaching now?

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Another B/R theory!

I have been thinking of Barney and Robin’s breakup and recently this theory came to me while I was posting the anniversary gif post recently. So, I think this theory makes sense to add to my other theory about their breakup in season 5. I’m not going to talk at all about the ridiculousness of the finale because a divorce shouldn’t have happened, in fact it makes that awful finale even more irrelevant. So, here’s the theory I’ve been thinking about…

Barney and Robin’s breakup as I said in another post was written and done horribly, not only was the episode itself bad but the way the breakup happened was bad as well but I want to talk about the breakup scene and I think this proofs even further that the finale never happened. In, fact I’m positive that after Barney and Robin got married, the show itself ended there and there only. I won’t discuss anything from that awful episode but explain what my theory is. I feel that the breakup scene was a good example of how strong their relationship really is.

So, in the scene you see Barney and Robin struggling to keep their relationship together, from breaking up and in this scene despite how badly the episode was done and written. The, scene called for them to break up, however I feel like they didn’t want to breakup  so here’s the theory I have. Robin, says at the end when they do break up “this isn’t a breakup, it’s two friends getting back together” I think this is the most devastating to hear coming from Robin but they were also saying they didn’t exactly breakup, before they did breakup though they briefly got engaged which is the other half of this theory. Barney and Robin had to get back together with an engagement because that’s where their relationship left off. I think it would have been better if they got back together without the play and gotten engaged soon after but not too after getting back together. I love their engagement and The Robin just to be clear on that. So, their breakup led to them actually not breaking up but actually getting engaged. This, just came to me this week, they never actually broke up their engagement in season 5, it was a friendship trying to survive after devastatingly breaking up when it seemed like they were trying desperately to hold onto the relationship so the next thing in a relationship where two people are in love is of course an engagement.

When, they do get engaged that was their relationship endgame. They, get engaged and then married, quite quickly which is another small issue I have with them getting married only five months after getting engaged, I get it show/time wise but still it could have been longer. The, engagement was coming, as a matter of fact their engagement never ended when they broke up, they never called off the engagement, they just went back to being friends and the aftermath of the breakup sent booth of them into this sad downward spiral of feelings and emotions that never got resolved when they ‘broke up’ so that’s the theory. Barney and Robin never broke up in that horribly written and executed episode they just went back to being friends to desperately hold onto any kind of relationship they could because neither wanted to lose each other.

So, the finale/failnale never happened it would have ruined their relationship beyond repair and they would have never had any kind of relationship let alone friendship left after that, the thing they were holding onto after their ‘break up’ would have completely gotten destroyed and they would never really talk or have the relationship they always had with only each other. It would be the saddest thing to ever happen to them, losing each other at all and never really getting that strong friendship back is devastating not only to their relationship but also me as a shipper. Their, relationship was the strongest this show ever had and it just grew and grew into a life together and both were extremely happy, settled and complete once they sealed the deal and got married. They, are for real the loves of each other’s lives and to ever have what that failnale did to them happen to them would be the most horribly sad thing to ever happen to such a strong, respectable, loving relationship. This, love never broke up it just kept getting stronger and more real as the show went on and by season 7 they were deeply in love and to break that special bond up would destroy both of them and leave them lifeless, they would never recover from such a loss and that’s devastating to me and I’m sure most BR shippers agree about this.

So, happy anniversary month to them because I really don’t buy into them never seeing or speaking to each other on a regular basis. They, were so happy and in love when they got married that I honestly don’t think another breakup was supposed to happen. I’m sure they will have problems but they would know how to fix them and not drastically end their relationship after everything they went through. Every, relationship has problems, and yes they aren’t the smoothest couple there is and they are both broken but they were actually the ones who fixed each other in a way that is unbreakable. Look how happy they are!

Himym theory

In the episode “Farhampton” (08×01), we see a flashforward of Tracy walking up to the station of Farhampton with the yellow umbrella. During this scene they play the song “the funeral”, which could have been a hint. Especially when taking a look at the lyrics: “At every occasion I’ll be ready for the funeral”

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Hi I’m Emilie and I’m 15 years old. I’m from Germany so if my grammar is bad I’m sorry. So I tried this once and found a very good friend over this page. But now I’m looking for a friend who is just as much of a fangirl as I am. FOB and P!ATD are my favorite bands. I’m going to the Concert in Berlin and it would be awesome to talk to someone who is also going, but if your not going, I’d still like to talk to you. I’m rlly shy, but if I get to know someone better that changes. So I also like watching Tv shows, my favorites are Teen wolf, HIMYM, Big Bang Theory, OC and a lot of other shows. But I’m not really into Animes and Mangas. Another Fact about me is that I love dogs and horses.
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Dobler - Dahmer Theory

As you can see, I have some thoughts on the “Dobler-Dahmer” theory, I’d like to share.
I think most of you know what this is about, but in case someone doesn’t, I’ll just summarize it.
The “Dobler-Dahmer” theory is a theory by Ted Mosby in which he explains the following:
“If both people are into each other, then a big romantic gesture works: Dobler, but if one person isn’t into the other, the same gesture comes off serial-killer crazy: Dahmer.“ 

Now let’s take Ted and Robin, there has been the scene with Ted when he did arrange the blue orchestra in “Come on”. Some may see that as a romantic gesture, others don’t see it that way. No matter whether you think it’s romantic or not, it is crazy, either in a good or bad way, which brings me back to the “Dobler-Dahmer” theory. Whether this is seen as serial-killer crazy or a romantic gesture depends on the person who has planned the big romantic gesture.
Robin isn’t comfortable with this situation and doesn’t want to lose him as a friend. The fact that she has to think about it and hesitates already shows that this is not what she wants. When Ted forces her to give an answer and she eventually even tells him that she guesses it’s not meant to be, he still doesn’t give up. Robin probably rather took the gesture as serial-killer crazy than romantic.

Let’s take Barney and Robin’s rehearsal dinner, which was as well a big romantic gesture, which you can rather like or not. It is for sure not less risky than the one before. Robin has been mad at Barney for being caught in the laser tag office rather than them being at their rehearsal dinner but when he has brought Canada to her, her emotions changed rapidly.
She could have been mad at him for that surprise because it is insane, once again either in a good or bad way.
He knew how much she wanted to be in Canada and therefore brought it to her, and this is one of the rare times Robin has been surprised and moved.
It showed how much Barney knew Robin but at the same time that he is her Dobler, even if another person would have seen it as serial-killer crazy.

Originally posted by adpismylife

what if in ahs the writers have this big finale in the next chapter or whenever coming that will tie in all of the seasons and bring back taissa farmiga and jessica lange and it all makes sense why they’re only in some of the seasons unlike the rest of the cast????
what if their characters and their back stories have a purpose to why jessica Lange stopped after fourth season and taissa only appearing in seasons 1 and 3???
what if ahs writers are like how I met your mother and connect all the dots mind blowing us in the last season that makes it a lot more intricate and how much the small detailed matter?¿¿?
I feel like we have a big storm coming that will go down in tv history

Jesus waited three days to come back to life. It was perfect! If he had only waited one day, a lot of people wouldn’t have even heard he died. They’d be all, “Hey Jesus, what up?” and Jesus would probably be like, “What up? I died yesterday!” and they’d be all, “Uh, you look pretty alive to me, dude…” and then Jesus would have to explain how he was resurrected, and how it was a miracle, and the dude’d be like “Uhh okay, whatever you say, bro…” And he’s not gonna come back on a Saturday. Everybody’s busy, doing chores, working the loom, trimming the beard . NO !
He waited the perfect number of days, three. Plus it’s Sunday, so everyone’s in church already, and they’re all in there like “Oh no, Jesus is dead”, and then BAM! He bursts in the back door, running up the aisle, everyone’s totally psyched, and FYI, that’s when he invented the high five. That’s why we wait three days to call a woman, because that’s how long Jesus wants us to wait . True story.
—  Barney Stinson (The3DayRule)