Blue French Horn

Robin: Those are the most loving things that Barney has ever done for me, and they’re all based on lies. Right down to taking credit for this locket. Everything’s legendary, but you know what legendary means? Not. Real.

Ted: It was a twisting, turning road that led to the end of the aisle, and not everything along the was perfect. To be honest, not everything to follow would be perfect either. But what is? Here’s the secret, kids: None of us can vow to be perfect. In the end, all we can do is promise to love each other with everything we’ve got. Because love is the best thing we do. And on that lovely spring evening, that’s exactly what Barney and Robin vowed to each other. And it was legendary.

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Goodbye?

I’m really depressed now. I know people would say its just a TV show but for me, it’s not. It has been with me for 9 years. Cheered me up and made me feel so much emotions. I don’t know how I can handle it. I’m not mentally prepared to say goodbye. I know the show needs to end but its still hurts.

The staff won’t disappoint. Whatever happens in the last episode I’m sure that it’s gonna be epic. And thats the thing, I’m gonna miss the epic-ness. I miss the brilliance of each episode. 

Ted and Robin. It’s been an emotional rollercoaster for me especially the last episode before this week’s finale. I know a little part of me is still expecting that they’ll end up together. I still think Ted is perfect for her and she’s too blind to not notice that. Ted is such a selfless guy. I just love him. They will always be my favorite ship. She was right… she should be with the guy who’d go for the ends of the earth for her, the one who’d steal her a blue french horn, the one who’ll pick her out of everyone. 

The Mother. They complement each other. They’re so alike in so many ways. I’m glad she’s the mother. I have a feeling she’d die though. I trust the writers and whatever happens, it will be epic and would make sense. Whether it be Ted and Robin, Ted and the Mother, the mother dies, or even if Patrice and Ted. 

Barney and Robin. Barney’s vow to Robin was sweet. I think I’m a realist when I watch this show. I always think about “What happens if that was in real life”. If it was, they wouldn’t work. You cant change a guy over night. Lying is second nature to him. They have a lot of issues. I wouldn’t be surprised if they break up eventually but I’m not wishing for it too. They actually are so alike that they might clash. And the thought that Robin realized everything Ted did for her on her wedding day… she won’t let that go. Barney knows Ted deserves Robin more. 

Marshall and Lily. I’ve always said that I wanted a Ted Mosby. I still do, actually. Now, I would ultimately prefer a Marshall Ericksen. I want my Marshmallow and I want to be someone’s Lilypad. Their love has been with me since the first time I watched the show. They have been through a lot but they’re still madly inlove. Their vows on last week’s episode was the sweetest. And yes, I wanna have the same relationship as theirs someday. I just realized I don’t need the Ted Mosby grand gestures. I just need the Marshall Ericksen sweetness and of how he’s so consistent. And loyal.

The Gang. Their friendship is the kind that I would want. Not the clingiest bunch but the most real bunch. They are thee for each other and even with Barney’s obnoxious antics, they’re sill there for him. They love each other so much. This show wasn’t about the mother. This show was about them. Whatever happens in the finale, If Ted ends up with the mother, I’m more interested to know where the gang would be 25 years from now. If they are still each other’s “porchmates”. The Gary Blauman episode was true about how easy it is to lose touch of those who matters to you now. I hope they never do. They’ve been through so much. May it be in McLarens or wherever, the booth was where all 5 of them were. 

I’m not ready to say goodbye :(

Just for once, I hope that my absence made them feel lonely.

Kim Tan (김탄), from The Heirs (상속자들)

(Source: oliver-felicity-addict)