HERE IS A DUET BETWEEN A SHOWSTOPPING COCKATIEL AND THEIR ACCOMPANIST HUMAN ON PIANO
BRINGING YOU A SELECTION FROM THAT FEEL-GOOD FAVORITE “MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO”
watch this and let it help you get through the hard times
oh my god I’m dying THIS IS SO CUTE
reblog every time
I’m finding it rather questionable that a small majority people are getting offended by Ground Zeroes and the future Metal Gear Solid games. To the naked eye, yes the game may be vulgar and repulsive in a sense, but only at first glance.
I can see why, but it serves no justice to only pick at the…
The final development of Ted’s character was learning to not be the man who lived in his stories: The story of how he met Tracey finally ended, and the rest of his life began.
I too criticized the ending. But this article did reveal some very deep stuff. Stuff that I too tried to consider. The only thing is that I wasn’t successful on coming up with what this person did. I was thinking it, she just said it perfectly.
The writers of How I Met Your Mother are truly poetic writers. I guess they didn’t take into account just how much us fans were so in tune with the now, instead of the entirety of the series.
This is how i think “How I Met Your Mother” SHOULD have ended.
Barney and Robin don’t get divorced, and remain happy with each other, and found a way to make it work between Robin’s continuous traveling and time spent together.
Ted remains settled that he’s over Robin, and meets Tracy with no restraints, stays happy with her, and even when she passes. Just living life with no regrets that he met the woman he loved, loves, and will always love.
Because, you can’t just introduce Tracy like that, and build up so much chemistry between her and Ted, and just kill her off and bring Ted back to Robin. We could’ve seen that ending back at season 1.
I just can’t accept this. You build up season 9 and then just throw everything away in the finale. I mean…it just doesn’t make sense…