Kids, in the winter of 2009 aunt Robin and I just become roomates.and to be honest, it wasn't going very smoothly.
Ooh,that looks good.I'm gonna get some.
There's no more milk.
No,I just saw some in the fridge.
So throw it out.
The trash can's full.
So take the trash out.
I'm eating cereal.
You know,when I asked you to be my roommate,I figured, She's a girl,she'll be neat.But no,you're Ogre from Revenge of the Nerds.
You know what,Ted? Instead of coming up with hot off the press topical references like that, maybe you should spend a little time, I don't know,uh, washing a dish ever.
Oh,darn,I can't.I'm too busy leaving a plate of cookies for the magical elf who changes the toilet paper roll.Oh,wait,there's no elf.It's always me!
I always change it.You never do!
That is ridiculous!
No,I went in there yesterday.
I changed it,like, the last five times.
Stop! Stop! God,what is going on? When we were dating each other, we were practically living together and we didn't drive each other this crazy.
I know.What happened?
You know what it is? We were having sex.Men and women need sex to live together.It solves all disputes.
Oh,like Barney's theory about world peace?
So I explained to her.I said,Madeline,every single international conflict essentially boils down to sexual tension.
boil down 要約する essentially 基本的に sexual tension 性的緊張
Every international conflict?
Every single one,dude.
So the crisis in the Middle East could be solved by.
Gaza Strippers. Next.
Apart thighs.What else you got?
Mrs.Gorbachev, take down those pants.
Well,guess we should just start having sex,then.
I know.It's like riding a bike,huh,buddy?
Riding a bike upside down, maybe.Okay,listen.If this is gonna happen on occasion, we can't tell anyone about this.Deal?
What the hell are you guys doing? What,are you guys, like,back together?
No.We're just having sex so we don't fight anymore.
Oh,that's a great idea.No,really.Two thumbs up,guys.Hey,I just looked into the future and that works out really great for everyone.
What are you even doing here?
I was on my way to work and I just had to drop by here to read this magazine.In that room over there.
Oh,I get it.No problem,buddy.
Uh,yes, a problem,buddy.You came all the way over here to read a magazine? I'm willing to bet that there is a place to read a magazine at work.You know,a room with a little man on the door?
willing to bet 〜を賭けてもいい< on the door 入り口の番をする
Okay,Robin.Come on.Nobody likes to read a magazine at work.I mean,you walk out of your office holding a magazine and that magazine is saying one thing and one thing only.
Hey everyone,look at what Marshall's about to do!
Marshall's about to read a big ol' magazine in the bathroom that you all share with him.
Well,have you thought about maybe not reading a magazine when you read a magazine?
You gotta read a magazine.I mean, that's why there's magazines.
Otherwise,it's just time you're not getting back.
Exactly.And the worst part is this: That stretch of hallway from my door to that restroom is a gauntlet of judging eyes.
a gauntlet of 難所
You got my boss.
get one's boss' approval 上司の承諾を得る
We all know exactly what you're about to do.
Hey,Eriksen, why don't you just move your desk in there?
Anyways,I just would rather do that here.
No,I'm sorry.This is our apartment now.Marshall,you have to read a magazine someplace else.Give me your key.
Yeah,I'm not gonna do that.
I seem to recall a deal being struck between three parties wherein none would discuss a certain event that transpired.An event of the persuasion.That key,madam, buys my silence.Good day to you both.
strike 攻撃する wherein どのようにして transpire 発生する persuasion 説得
You two hooked up?
thanks a lot,lily.
So,wow. You two slept together.That is awf some.Awfsome.Nice work,Ted.Tap that.
I'd tap that 一発いくらいだろう？
It sounds like a bigger deal than it is.
We talked it over,and we both realized we've had a rough couple of months.We deserve a little fun.
No.This could wind up ruining your friendship.When two exes try to "just be casual," someone always winds up getting hurt.
wind up 結局〜になる wherein どのようにして transpire 発生する persuasion 説得
Turned out,Lily was right.But more on that later.
Look,guys,we've got this covered okay? No one's gonna get hurt.We set up ground rules.
get covered 〜に保険を掛ける
Okay,rule number one: This is strictly a physical relationship.There are no feelings involved, okay?
Oh,please,that's like telling the Fonz to be cool.
And since it's just physical, we don't have to worry about romance,right?
Hell,no.Ooh,we can do it while we watch TV!
Totally! And we can multi-task.You know,use the sex to spice up otherwise dull activities.
Like folding laundry.
That doesn't seem hygienic.
Yeah,not that one.
And now that we're hooking up, we're not fighting anymore.
Problem solved.Actually,the credit belongs to Barney.This whole idea came out of your thing about world peace.
Yeah.Thanks,Barney.You were right.Peace was achieved.Repeatedly.
So I'm-I'm responsible for Excellent.Excellent.Excellent.Uh next round's on me!
Hey,are you okay?
Yeah.Why do you ask?
Well,for one thing, you're openly weeping.
With joy.So happy for those two.
Barney,admit it.You still have feelings for Robin and this is killing you.
I am totally fine.Now,excuse me for just a minute.
I'm totally fine.
Barney,you have to learn how to express these feelings.Maybe you should talk to a psychiatrist.
express 表す psychiatrist 精神科医
Please.If I'm gonna pay so woman $200 an hour to make me feel better, we aren't going to be talking.And we're both going to be on that couch.The woman in this scenario is a prostitute.A dirty,skanky,surgically enhanced,Eastern European
skanky 醜い enhanced 改良された
I got it.
And there's something kind of liberating about not taking it all too seriously.
liberating 解放する enhanced 改良された
Yeah.Last night, we actually did it while I was returning a bunch of phone calls.
I knew you didn't get a rowing machine!
Awesome, we're still talking about this!
Look,guys, this is a private thing between me and Ted.
We wouldn't even be talking about this if Marshall could read a magazine at work.
Oh,he's always been this way.Remember law school?