When faced with the ultimatum, “Either you stay here, or we break up,” Victoria wanted to leave Ted Mosby behind to go to a 2 year culinary fellowship in Germany. However, New York’s funniest and most handsome man, Ted Mosby, wouldn’t settle for a break-up.
“We think this is the ideal situation,” says Ted as his dream of long distance relationship becomes a reality. “I feel a real connection and think it’s worth pursuing.”
What he means to say is that they don’t have to be burdened by spending time together and are freed from the inconveniences of sex…they are no longer going to be doing any couple-related things… it’s a perfect situation!
When asked why she agreed to the long distance relationship, Victoria said, “I think he might be the one.”
What she means to say is that Ted is really such an amazing, incredible, caring, funny, smart, great, and simply attractive guy and that he deserves someone better than her and is helping him realize that by agreeing to the long distance relationship so that he can spend more time with other girls. Likewise, Victoria can broaden her vision by meeting new German guys…hot new German guys.
“I don’t think that long distance really works for anyone,” said Mosby, and I agree—especially with this one.
When asked what he enjoys most about the relationship, Mosby said, “The sex. And her baking. But mostly the sex.” What he means to say is that the sex is awful and so is everything else about the relationship.
The preceding story is a product of Robin Scherbatsky: Always promising nothing but the cold, hard facts.