Q
Where is your fanfic?
Anonymous
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barnblazerandmachetescherbatsky:

You can go on my page and find a link to it. I’m dr-canis-horriblus on fanfic.net.



I love everything about her, and I’m not a guy who says that lightly, I’m a guy who has faked love his entire life, I’m a guy who thought love was just something idiots felt, but this woman has a hold on my heart that I could not break if I wanted to. And there have been times when I wanted to. It has been overwhelming and humbling, and even painful at times, but I could not stop loving her any more than I could stop breathing. I’m hopelessly, irretrievably in love with her. More than she knows.

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mrscherbatskymrsstinson:

Neil talks about the Barney and Robin relationship and how he was the one who started to do something about it. And, he talks about Cobie and their friendship which I always love hearing and seeing cause it’s really cute friendship they have.

"But, I love Robin. I don’t mean Barney loves Robin, I mean me, Neil. I loved that she was touch, cigar-smoking broad who wanted nothing to do with a relationship. So, in season 1 and 2 Barney began to give her looks. Or, surreptitiously started checking out her ass every time she left the bar."

Neil Patrick Harris ~ Choose Your Own Adventure book

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I will always reblog this forever

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clintbarthon:

How I Met Your Mother AU where Tracy McConnell doesn’t die, just moves on with her life because Ted is still in love with Robin, and she becomes a lawyer, meets Andrew and they date for eight months, one week, one day and one hour. Mosby’s kids are adopted, end of story.

Or she married ted first…”I’ve been married before”

In other news this episode should’ve been called “mystery vs history feat. The mother”

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amymebberson:

You sound familiar!

NYCC commission

amymebberson:

You sound familiar!

NYCC commission


"Thank you, Peter, for carrying my dresser up the stars all those years ago, for keeping me company in the office when inspiration eluded me, and for the thousands of other gestures of your strength and kindness. I love you so.