Uh not to mention Bruno Mars literally has a song about how much he wants to MURDER one of his exgirlfriends, but you’re right, Taylor’s feelings are tErRifYiNg
and you’re a cherry blossom, you’re about to bloom
you look so pretty but you’re gone so soon
- one character
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- eight quotes
You are not a bad person for getting abortion, it doesn’t matter if:
- you were assaulted
- your birth control failed
- you weren’t on birth control at all
- there is a medical issue
- you don’t want children
- you already have children and can’t handle another
- you aren’t ready
- you don’t want to be pregnant
You are never a bad person for needing an abortion. There is nothing wrong with you. Don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise.
You are not alone.
I’m pretty sure no one has ever said that.
before the failnale, when the show was still on and i still took it seriously, it always bugged me how basically there were no repercussions after robin broke barney’s heart. they didn’t fight or anything, and as a shipper, i longed for confrontation. but along the way i realized, barney always put her first. his pride and his feelings came second, so much so that when ted asks him “permission” to get back together with her, he only cares about her happiness (also, you know, there’s the fact that he never saw robin as his to give). this is a man whose heart was broken after he and robin had mutually decided to maybe give their relationship a second try, when she - most frankly - was kind of a bitch and brought kevin back to macclaren’s without even giving him a heads up. barney realized robin was his soul mate and broke up with nora, and then his world fell apart. still, he respects robin and her decision, and despite being in the right, he is the one to ask her if they’re still friends, proving to be there for her in a particularly hard time.
mere months later, after being broken up for years and with no signs of them rekindling their relationship, ted abruptly tells an emotionally fragile robin - who just told her fiancé about her infertility and subsequently got dumped - he loves her. he then procedes to shut her out when she admits she doesn’t reciprocate his feelings, despite her telling him she needs him.
yes, i believe you are correct. it’s time to play guess the endgame again.
Think carefully, everything after this moment will not only determine your career but life. You can spend it in a corporate office drafting contracts and hitting on chubby paralegals before finally putting a gun in your mouth. Or you can join my firm and become someone you actually like. So decide, do you want the job or not?