Just because I think some girls are really pretty, doesnt mean I’m lesbian.
I love the double standard of where it’s okay for girls to check out other girls and compliment them for their looks; while when guys does it, there is a giant GAY stamped on their head.
HAHAHA, i love barney. see tray! himym is awesome! better than glee!
nuh-uh. i’m a himym fan, but glee is my favorite show of all times. himym is my second. :)
- Ted: Barney, the three days [before you call a girl] rule is completely insane. Whoever came up with that?
- Barney: Jesus.
- Marshall: Barney. Don’t do this. Not with Jesus.
- Barney: Seriously. Jesus started the whole “wait three days thing.” He waited three days to come back to life. It was perfect. If he’d waited only one day, a lot of people wouldn’t have even heard that he died. They’d be all, “Hey, Jesus. What up?” And Jesus would probably be like, “ ‘What up?’ I died yesterday!” And then they’d be all, “Uhh, you look pretty alive to me, dude.” And then Jesus would have to explain how he was resurrected and how it was a miracle, and then they would be like, “OK... whatever you say, bro.” And he’s not going to come back on a Saturday. Everybody’s busy! Doing chores, working the loom, trimming their beards. No. He waits the exact right number of days: three.
- Ted: Okay, I promise I’ll wait three days. Just stop talking.
- Barney: Plus it’s Sunday! And everyone’s in church already. They’re all in there, “Oh no, Jesus is dead.” And then, bam! He bursts through the back door, runs up the aisle, everyone’s totally psyched. And F.Y.I., that’s when he invented the high-five.
In some point or another, you will realise that you cannot really compare your own challenges of life to another person’s. Each have their own weight of challenge and there is really none that’s greater than the other. Because at the end of the day, looking at things from God’s perspective, its all nothing but opportunities for Him to show you His grace and favour.
Guardian™ Portrait of the Protector (ISFJ)
We are lucky that Protectors make up as much as ten percent the population, because their primary interest is in the safety and security of those they care about - their family, their circle of friends, their students, their patients, their boss, their fellow-workers, or their employees. Protectors have an extraordinary sense of loyalty and responsibility in their makeup, and seem fulfilled in the degree they can shield others from the dirt and dangers of the world. Speculating and experimenting do not intrigue Protectors, who prefer to make do with time-honored and time-tested products and procedures rather than change to new. At work Protectors are seldom happy in situations where the rules are constantly changing, or where long-established ways of doing things are not respected. For their part, Protectors value tradition, both in the culture and in their family. Protectors believe deeply in the stability of social ranking conferred by birth, titles, offices, and credentials. And they cherish family history and enjoy caring for family property, from houses to heirlooms.
Wanting to be of service to others, Protectors find great satisfaction in assisting the downtrodden, and can deal with disability and neediness in others better than any other type. They are not as outgoing and talkative as the Provider Guardians [ESFJs], and their shyness is often misjudged as stiffness, even coldness, when in truth Protectors are warm-hearted and sympathetic, giving happily of themselves to those in need.
Their reserve ought really to be seen as an expression of their sincerity and seriousness of purpose. The most diligent of all the types, Protectors are willing to work long, hard hours quietly doing all the thankless jobs that others manage to avoid. Protectors are quite happy working alone; in fact, in positions of authority they may try to do everything themselves rather than direct others to get the job done. Thoroughness and frugality are also virtues for them. When Protectors undertake a task, they will complete it if humanly possible. They also know better than any other type the value of a dollar, and they abhor the squandering or misuse of money. To save, to put something aside against an unpredictable future, to prepare for emergencies-these are actions near and dear to the Protector’s heart. For all these reasons, Protectors are frequently overworked, just as they are frequently misunderstood and undervalued. Their contributions, and also their economies, are often taken for granted, and they rarely get the gratitude they deserve.