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How I met your mother ƒV[ƒYƒ“2yŒ´‘čzTed Mosby: Architect

Narator: Kids, sometimes your relationship goes so smoothly for so long that you think it will be that way forever. It never is.

Ted: Well, we just had our first fight.

Robin: We had our first fight.

Barney: Oh, no, what'd you fight about?

Ted: A few months ago, my architecture firm was approached to design this new building...

Robin: It's this big skyscraper in Spokane. It'd be a huge project for his firm.

skyscraper ’´‚‘wƒrƒ‹

Ted: And if we don't get it, we could go under.

go under ”jŽY‚ˇ‚é

Robin: So anyway, the head architect unveils his new design to the whole company.

unveil ‰ŒöŠJ‚ˇ‚é

Marshall and Barney: No.

Ted: Yes.

Marshall: Well, all skyscrapers kind of look like a...

Ted: Marshall, it's a 78-story pink marble tower with a rounded top and two spherical entryways at the front.

spherical ‹…ó‚Ě

Marshall: Wow, so it's the whole package.

Barney: Yeah, you did.

Marshall: Had to.

Barney: Oh, dude, if they're selling condos, you got to get me in. And don't give me the shaft.

Marshall: Yeah, you did.

Barney: Had to.

Ted: It's a travesty. It's gonna define the skyline of the city. If it was me, I could've designed something amazing. Instead, I'm spending 12 hours a day designing the cornices.

travesty ‹Č‰đ ‚Ü‚Ş‚˘‚ŕ‚Ě cornices ƒR[ƒjƒX(Œš’z—pŒę)

Marshall: Yeah, you did.

Ted: That wasn't one.

Lily: So you and Ted had your first fight. It obviously ended well. I mean, you're here with me.

Robin: Actually, it didn't end at all. I started getting bummed out, so I came here. It's what I do. When my grandma died, I got a perm.

bummed out ‚Ş‚Á‚Š‚č‚ľ‚˝ perm ƒp[ƒ}

Lily: Ooh, two tragedies in one day.

tragedy ”ߌ€

Robin: The thing is, Ted has been literally complaining about work nonstop for weeks. So, when I came over today, I was kind of done.

Ted: Hey.

Robin: Hey.

Ted: How was your day?

Robin: Good.

Ted: Wow, you're a great interviewer. Aren't you gonna ask how my day was?

Robin: No, I know how it was. It was awful. Ooh, you want to rent a movie tonight?

Ted: You know, um... I listen to your work stories all the time.

Robin: Yeah, but... and I don't want to be rude here, but my work stories are interesting. I'm a television news reporter.

rude ŽG‚Č ‰ş•i‚Č

Lily: Robin!

Robin: What? I knew exactly what he was going to say. I was just helping him get there faster.

Lily: You should work at a suicide hotline.

Robin: And then it got ugly.

And then it got ugly =album by Rhino Bucket

Robin: What I don't do is tell you the same story over and over again. I mean, you wouldn't watch the same movie over and over again, would you? Maybe a great movie like Die Hard. But Field of Dreams? Once is more than enough.

Ted: So that's your go-to bad movie? The number one example on the tip of your tongue of a bad movie is Field of Dreams?

go-to Žĺ—Í‚Ě –K–âŽŇ‚Ě‘˝‚˘

Robin: It's about ghost baseball players. I think it's stupid.

Robin: So, now he's all mad at me about the stupid movie.

Lily: Robin, he's upset because you wouldn't listen to him, not because you didn't like some movie.

Ted: How do you not like Field of Dreams?!

Lily: Listening is the foundation of a relationship. And if he's really droning on, you can always practice saying the alphabet backwards. You know, in case you get pulled over for a DUI.

drone on ƒ_ƒ‰ƒ_ƒ‰‚ľ‚á‚ׂ葹‚Ż‚é get pulled over ŽÔ‚đŽ~‚ß‚ç‚ę‚é DUI =Driving Under the Influence ƒAƒ‹ƒR[ƒ‹A–”‚͉˝‚ç‚Š‚Ě–ň•¨ (drug) ‚̉e‹ż‰ş‚ł̉^“]

Robin: I guess I don't know how to do that.

Lily: Yeah, it's really hard, even when you're sober. That's what I tried to explain to the cop.

sober Œ‚˘‚Ş‚ł‚ß‚é

Robin: No, I mean, I guess I don't know how to do this girlfriend thing. I've never been in a relationship this serious before. I should probably go tell him I'm sorry, shouldn't I? You're trying to do it right now, aren't you?

Lily: What the hell comes before "Q"?

Ted: Then at the end of the movie when he has a catch with his dad, like... Like he never did when he was young enough for it to matter.

Barney: Can we talk about something else?

Marshall: You know what, dude? Forget about Robin, okay? You're hanging with us tonight. I've got an awsome party lined up.

Barney: Oh, God! This gonna be another one of your weird all-guy parties?

Marshall: That was a poker game. What is wrong with you? No, it's the first law school party of the year and it's gonna be awesome. I haven't seen this guys since, like, last year before Lily and I broke up. So I'm gonna have to break the news to everybody. It's really gonna bum them out. This party's gonna suck.

bum out —Ž‚żž‚Ţ

Barney: Well, love to join you at that one. But I got tickets to Foxy Boxing.

Ted: I wish I could join you guys, but I got to get back to my apparently boring job.

Marshall: Your job's not boring.

Ted: Robin thinks so.

Barney: Dude, lots of chicks think architects are hot. Think about it, you create something out of nothing. You're like God. There's nobody hotter than God.

Ted: I love it when you quote Scripture.

Scripture š‘

Barney: I'm telling you, you should use the architect angle with the ladies.

Ted: Okay, first of all, I have a girlfriend. Second, the architect angle doesn't even work on her. And, third, I can't imagine that working on anyone ever.

Barney: That's 'cause you're always like... "Ted Mosby, architect". If it were me, I'd be like... "Ted Mosby, architect". Anything sounds impressive when it's said with the right attitude.

Marshall: Marshall Ericksen. Recently dumped and heading to a lame party. Whoa. Whoa, ladies, please take it easy. There's enough of me for everyone. Oh. Hi. Hello. All right. We're gonna take off..

Barney: Wait up, I'll leave with you guys. "Ted Mosby, architect". Trust me.

leave with —Ś’ź‚ÉŒę‚é

Ted: Hey, just out of curiosity. If a guy told you he was an architect, what would you think of that?

curiosity DŠďS

Girl: Are you kidding? Architects are hot. How do you think Mr. Brady scored a babe like Carol?

Ted: Solid point. She did have hair of gold.

Girl: Yes, she did.

Ted: Mm-hmm.

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