Another show I’ve followed for years has wrapped up. I remember back in 2009 “Plurking” that I think Ted and The Mother are divorced and that he’s once again with Robin. I’m glad my guess was pretty close. And I’m glad they found a better way to close The Mother’s chapter in Ted’s life because I’ve come to like Tracy as this season went by.
There is a lot to improve on the execution. I guess that’s why the ending just doesn’t sit well with so many fans.
The finale was kinda disjointed and rushed after the dragging wedding weekend but, c’mon! How the story wraps up just makes sense. Except for Robin. There’s just no way to understand Robin. Ted himself described her perfectly a few seasons back, “It’s ROH~bin.”
PS I love how they were able to come up with the best possible “match” for The Barney Stinson. I mean, Robin’s ROH~bin, but she’s still just a “random skank”.
It’s once again that week of the year. I don’t care about my age anymore, it’s stupid. But as a service to the Internet community, I just want clarify that I - or anyone turning 26 on March 22 - will not yet be in the late-twenties come Saturday. To illustrate:
As visualized, 26 is still in the orange area which represents the mid-twenties zone. I wouldn’t hit my late twenties for another eight months, guys. People turning 23 are closer to changing zones than us almost 26-year olds.
Apparently, there was this lady that came up to K last Friday (while we were celebrating her 25th at The Reserve), who talked to her about having a lesbian daughter. Lady was half crying, telling K that she’s been watching us. Lady was able to observe that we were very happy, so she thought, her daughter must be very happy too.
Yes, parents, there’s no need to worry. Homosexuals can still end up happy and full filled individuals. And it’ll be even better for everyone if you can be part of their full lives.
I like how our country has priority lanes, seats and discounts for senior citizens. Today, I rode the LRT and my ticket malfunctioned and I was told o have it checked at the senior citizen counter. There was already a bunch of old ladies buying some tickets. And of course every time another lady came, I let her cut in front. See the problem with that system, LRT? Why not have a counter for ticket malfunctions?
Now this man lined up behind me and after another lady came in front, I started telling K, who was already out the gate to ask if there is a non senior citizen counter I can line up on. Man says to me, “Masingitan ka pa ulit dyan sisingitan na kita” and addressing K “Nakalabas ka na nagsasalita ka pa? Stop talking.”
By all means, old man, kung senior citizen ka, sumingit ka. Yun ang konsepto ng senior citizen lane. You think falling in line behind me and whining about me letting people cut in front of me makes you better than us? And how dare tell someone when she’s allowed to talk and ask a solution about a crooked system?
See, this is why “respect your elders” is an incorrect rule, it should be “respect every person around you.
Ugh. How can some people be so old and be so immature. Would you guys have acted differently?
When you think about it, phrases like “I’ll to make it up to you” or “maybe next time?” from someone who has let you down are worthless. People who say such things are those who either 1) do not care about the things they say or 2) have not grasped the value of now. Well, it’s still possible that you just don’t matter that much to the person, but when you do, it’s either one of those two things… or both.
“DOMA undermines both the public and private significance of state-sanctioned same-sex marriages; for it tells those couples, and all the world, that their otherwise valid marriages are unworthy of federal recognition. This places same-sex couples in an unstable position of being in a…
“Hasbians” proudly claiming they were gay are a big part of the “it’s just a phase” cliché. How would you feel if once straight ladies start telling everyone “O, you like men? That’s just a phase.” We really have to start taking more stock on everyone’s choices.
Everyone: Mischa, sino love ni Tweng Tweng?
Everyone: Si Naynay?
Everyone: Si Titin?
Everyone: Si Taytay?
Everyone: Si Dad?
Everyone: Eh si Mom?
Everyone: Si K? Sino love ni K?