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Saw this in 9gag 2 weeks ago. It made me miss the show badly. 😢 And… the sad part is… the statement is true. 😭 So, it shows that we have some Ted’s trait. Haha! 😊

Saw this in 9gag 2 weeks ago. It made me miss the show badly. 😢 And… the sad part is… the statement is true. 😭 So, it shows that we have some Ted’s trait. Haha! 😊

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nph-burtka:

Neil Patrick Harris Is Naked on the New Cover of Rolling Stone
"He’s so skinny, and I think that really gives him power," his fiancé David Burtka tells Rolling Stone. “His body is crazy right now.”
Here are five revelations from the cover story:
He believes coming out helped — rather than hurt — his career."Once all the cards were on the table, I got more opportunities than ever," Harris says. "Some actors don’t get hired because you can’t look into their soul and see what they’re like, because they’re kept guarded."
He found coming out to his family more difficult than telling the public.Harris’ brother, Brian, recalls that the actor took a gradual approach to telling him that he was gay. “It was three conversations,” he said. “First he goes, ‘I just don’t think I’m going to date, really, for a while.’ And he had some bad luck with the girls he dated early on. Probably because he was gay! And then we had a different conversation about how he likes girls, but he kind of likes guys too. And we had another conversation after that: He likes guys.”
After playing the loveable lothario Barney Stinson on How I Met Your Mother, Harris has a huge following of straight guys who abide by Stinson’s “Bro Code.”Straight dudes can’t seem to stop trying to high-five Harris. They call him Barney, they drop Harold and Kumar references. “So many frat guys,” Burtka says. “It doesn’t seem right, in a way. But it’s very exciting at the same time.”
He credits the drugged-out version of himself in Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle as the turning point in his career."Who knew that three days on a funny stoner comedy would alter my track record the way it did?" Harris says.
After years emphasizing his masculinity, Harris has had to work to play the effeminate Hedwig."I didn’t think he could pull off the femininity of [the role]," Burtka says. "This is such a stretch for him. In his day-to-day, he’s not a very feminine guy." Harris, too, said that he had always been aware of how he presented himself, especially in his Doogie years. “I have always been highly aware of how I was presenting myself,” Harris admits. “Which, now that I’m playing overtly feminine and loving it, is kind of a stupid concern.”
Read more: rollingstone.com

nph-burtka:

Neil Patrick Harris Is Naked on the New Cover of Rolling Stone

"He’s so skinny, and I think that really gives him power," his fiancé David Burtka tells Rolling Stone. “His body is crazy right now.”

Here are five revelations from the cover story:

He believes coming out helped — rather than hurt — his career.
"Once all the cards were on the table, I got more opportunities than ever," Harris says. "Some actors don’t get hired because you can’t look into their soul and see what they’re like, because they’re kept guarded."

He found coming out to his family more difficult than telling the public.
Harris’ brother, Brian, recalls that the actor took a gradual approach to telling him that he was gay. “It was three conversations,” he said. “First he goes, ‘I just don’t think I’m going to date, really, for a while.’ And he had some bad luck with the girls he dated early on. Probably because he was gay! And then we had a different conversation about how he likes girls, but he kind of likes guys too. And we had another conversation after that: He likes guys.”

After playing the loveable lothario Barney Stinson on How I Met Your Mother, Harris has a huge following of straight guys who abide by Stinson’s “Bro Code.”
Straight dudes can’t seem to stop trying to high-five Harris. They call him Barney, they drop Harold and Kumar references. “So many frat guys,” Burtka says. “It doesn’t seem right, in a way. But it’s very exciting at the same time.”

He credits the drugged-out version of himself in Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle as the turning point in his career.
"Who knew that three days on a funny stoner comedy would alter my track record the way it did?" Harris says.

After years emphasizing his masculinity, Harris has had to work to play the effeminate Hedwig.
"I didn’t think he could pull off the femininity of [the role]," Burtka says. "This is such a stretch for him. In his day-to-day, he’s not a very feminine guy." Harris, too, said that he had always been aware of how he presented himself, especially in his Doogie years. “I have always been highly aware of how I was presenting myself,” Harris admits. “Which, now that I’m playing overtly feminine and loving it, is kind of a stupid concern.”

Read more: rollingstone.com

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Andrew Garfield as Justin Timberlake

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marvineriksenjr:

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howimetneilpatrickharris:

pepino-amoroso:

Neil and Cobie’s reaction to the final episode. (x)

#youcansethepainintheireyes
#thosetwolovedswarkles

notice neil not saying no in any way… he knew we’d fucking hate it

I love Neil even more now.

did you guys even watch the video, you should hear what neil is saying…

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iaislynn:

chemi,the gif must less than 1m,orz

iaislynn:

chemi,the gif must less than 1m,orz

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soojihyunforever:

Don’t worry Zampano. In the year 2014, she’s yours.

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snarkydamon:

raped the replay button on this one </3

snarkydamon:

raped the replay button on this one </3

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himym-life-lessons:

"The great moments of your life won’t necessarily be the things you do, they’ll also be the things that happen to you. Now, I’m not saying you can’t take action to affect the outcome of your life, you have to take action, and you will. But never forget that on any day, you can step out the front door and your whole life can change forever. You see, the universe has a plan kids, and that plan is always in motion. A butterfly flaps its wings, and it starts to rain. It’s a scary thought but it’s also kind of wonderful. All these little parts of the machine constantly working, making sure that you end up exactly where you’re supposed to be, exactly when you’re supposed to be there. The right place at the right time." - Future Ted

himym-life-lessons:

"The great moments of your life won’t necessarily be the things you do, they’ll also be the things that happen to you. Now, I’m not saying you can’t take action to affect the outcome of your life, you have to take action, and you will. But never forget that on any day, you can step out the front door and your whole life can change forever. You see, the universe has a plan kids, and that plan is always in motion. A butterfly flaps its wings, and it starts to rain. It’s a scary thought but it’s also kind of wonderful. All these little parts of the machine constantly working, making sure that you end up exactly where you’re supposed to be, exactly when you’re supposed to be there. The right place at the right time." - Future Ted

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"Cobie, there’s no one in my life… there’s no girl in my life who I’d rather marry.”

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mareluna3001:

Funny how sometimes you just…find things

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