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**HIMYM SPOILERS** My take/rant on the How I Met Your Mother series finale

http://my-life-is-cats-and-fandoms.tumblr.com/post/81368740425/to-everyone-who-has-been-saying-you-cant-hate

my-life-is-cats-and-fandoms:

To everyone who has been saying
“You can’t hate an ending because your ship didn’t work out” or “The show is just being realistic,” I’m sorry but I cannot accept those excuses.

Robin’s character was so perfect in how she wanted to be successful but she also wanted love. The finale taught us that…

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cariebishop:

In other news Jane Austen reveals that Darcy and Elizabeth divorced three years after the end of “Pride and Prejudice” Lydia dies and Lizzie and Wickham get married.

thewalkinghannibal:

It’s okay to still be in love with your ex girlfriend throughout your whole marriage because your wife might die and you can finally get the girl

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mark-my-wordss:

If you’re gonna do 22 episodes to set up a marriage, you can’t have them divorce 15 minutes into the 23rd episode. If the divorce was the endgame, don’t do that format for the season.

strawberriesswing:

Twilight: a better love story than how i met your mother.

It basically showed us that, regardless of what we though and regardless of what we saw over the last 9 years, at the end of the day, these characters didn’t change. It showed us that Ted reverted back to his pilot self, going back to Robin. It had Barney revert back to his old self, and Robin be excluded from the gang. And it used the mother as a prop to tell the story of “how Ted fell in love with aunt Robin.” That, to me, is a bit of a slap in the face to the fans of the show.

The Finale told a completely different story than what I have been watching for the last 9 years. I much prefer the idea that these people grew towards the meeting of the mother. Not just Ted. All of them. They could’ve still had her die, without ruining the essence of the show. It’s not like it wasn’t doable. It’s just not what they did.