23 times Marshall Eriksen from ‘How I Met Your Mother’ set the perfect life example

You’ve been lawyered by Big Fudge himself.

1. When he decided the best way to make a bet with a friend was through a series of epic slaps.

You just got slapped across the face my friend.

2. When he knew to get on board with his wife.

Get on Board

3. When he made this definitive statement of truth about ‘Star Wars.’

STar WArs

They lived them Ted!

4. When he had the most epic marriage in sitcom history.

Epic Marriage 2

Epic Marriage

Marshmallow and Lily Pad ❤

5. When this was his drunk face.

Drunk Face

6. When he perfectly summed up what it’s like living without insurance.

7. When this was his favorite song.

Favorite Song

8. When he wasn’t afraid to remind people he was cuddly.


9. When he displayed his love of pie charts and bar graphs.

Bar Graph Pie Chart

His love got so bad that they had to have an intervention.

10. When he knew how to enjoy a good burger.

The Burger

11. When he knew how to lie without really lying.

Marshall Erikson hard at work.

12. Whenever he let out a sexual innuendo.

Sexual Innuendo

13. When he and Ted got lost in the stadium because they were so stoned.

High with Ted

Lily has no idea I’m high.

14. When he was mesmerized by the docile tones of Enrique Iglesias.

Same here Marshall, same here.

15. Whenever he lawyered someone.



16. When he was willing to support his friends no matter how strange it got.

Friend Support

And it got weird, a lot.

17. When this happened during college:


And during adulthood.

18. When he, his wife and his best friend had the greatest Halloween costumes.

19. When he had the reaction we all want to have when we get a bad haircut.


20. When he wore this hat.


We should all have the confidence to wear a hat as majestic as that.

21. When he created the greatest holiday of all.


Slapsgiving is a beautiful, giving and slap filled day. That included a glorious original song.

22. When he figured out the perfect study method.

Sugary snacks and song.

23. When he mastered the art of positive reinforcement.

So go out there in the world and be the best Marshall Eriksen you can be!

Final Gif

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10 Fictional roommates you’d love to live with

A good roommate is hard to find, but they seem to be abundant in the fictional world.

 1.  The “New Girl” gang


The antics that go down in the loft on this sitcom are often epic. The guys would always have your back and Jess would always be around to grant you some of her optimistic advice. Plus, who wouldn’t want to enjoy a rousing game of True American or witness a classic Nick Miller panic moonwalk?

2. Joey and Chandler, “Friends”


Monica and Rachel were great, but how many of us could actually stand Monica’s ridiculous cleaning? Joey and Chandler however, would have no such cleanliness guidelines. Living with them would give you the chance to have pizza for every meal and you could partake in a very serious game of Ultimate Fireball.

3. John and Sherlock, “Sherlock”


Living with the infamous detective and his best friend wouldn’t be great only because you’d constantly be in the presence of Benedict Cumberbatch’s glorious cheekbones, but you’d also get to embark on adventures in crime solving. Sure there’d be some danger, but it’d be well worth the risk.

4. The “Being Human” gang


Okay, this one could be very dangerous. Living with a ghost, vampire and a pair of werewolves could have its risks, but it would also be fun. Josh was a great cook, Aiden a great protector, Sally would be down for just about anything and Nora could help keep you in line.

5. Will and Grace, “Will & Grace”


Living with this pair would be an absolute blast. The best thing about living with this duo however wouldn’t be the living situation as much as it would be about their friends. You’d get to hang out with Jack and Karen and is there really anything better than that?

6.  Max and Caroline, “2 Broke Girls”


Not only would you get to spend your time with two cool chicks, but you’d also have an unlimited supply of cupcakes at your disposal and a horse. That’s basically the dream.

7. Troy, Abed and Annie, “Community”


The hijinks with these three would leave you constantly entertained. You’d get the rare and unique pleasure of stepping into the dreamatorium, you’d participate in impromptu rapping sessions and a strange, but fun game night would come around every now and then. The fun would never end living with these three.

8. June and Chloe, “Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23”


Come on, you’d get to hang out all the time with Dawson himself James Van Der Beek, is there any better reason to live with this awesome duo.

9. The “Firefly” crew


This may be a bit of a stretch when it comes to the term roommate, but this group of bandits did all live together on one spaceship technically making them roommates. Traveling the ‘verse with all these characters would never stop being the adventure of a lifetime.

10. Lily, Marshall and Ted, “How I Met Your Mother”


Many people lived in that large NYC apartment, but the original three inhabitants would have made for great roomies. You could spend your nights watching ‘Star Wars’ marathons and your days plotting slap bets.

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10 underrated TV friendships we’ll never forget

FFF = Fictional friends forever 🙂

1. Jerry/Barry/Larry/Garry/Terry and Donna – “Parks and Recreation”

Parks and Recreation

Everyone knows and loves Ann and Leslie, but don’t forget the bond between these two. Deep down, Donna really did care about Jerry. If you didn’t tear up a bit when she finally gave Jerry back his real name (GARRY!) at her wedding, you don’t have a soul.

2. Damon and Bonnie – “The Vampire Diaries”

Bon Bon and Damon began as mortal enemies, and now they have the purest cinnamon roll friendship in the world. Their old lady bickering always makes for a good time, and the time they spent trapped together in a prison world was a highlight of the series.

3. Sam and Castiel – “Supernatural”

Everyone talks about Dean and Castiel, but barely anyone discusses the friendship between Sam and Castiel — the true bromance of the series. Dean and Castiel may have their bond, but when Sam and Castiel head out together, magic happens. Samstiel for life.

4. Morgan and Casey – “Chuck”


Who’d have thought a nerdy little fool like Morgan would become close friends with a hardened army man like Casey? It was completely unexpected, actually, and made for some of the most ridiculous moments in the show’s five-year run.

5. The Doctor and Rory – “Doctor Who”


Rory was the friend The Doctor really needed, because Rory wasn’t afraid to call The Doctor out and bring him back down to earth. Yes, Amy was The Doctor’s ~appointed~ best friend, Rory needs to be given more credit.

6. Keith and Cliff – “Veronica Mars”


Veronica and Wallace were the definition of friendship, but Veronica’s father was also rocking an amazing friendship with cheesy lawyer Cliff. Cliff and Keith were always on point with their jokes, and even more on point with their crazy adventures.

7. Marshall and Barney – “How I Met Your Mother”

Let’s be honest, Ted tended to not be the most exciting friend on Earth. Barney and Marshall, however, were never boring. When they began to work at Goliath National Bank together, the friendship blossomed even more than it had before — the pranks were golden, and every moment between these two was heartfelt and hilarious. And of course, there’s the infamous Slap Bet.

8. Abed and Annie – “Community”

No one is better than Troy and Abed — NO ONE — but Annie was always there by Abed’s side as well. After Troy left Annie stood by Abed and fought paintball battles bravely together. Abed and Annie were always Cool. CoolCoolCool.

9. Helena and Donnie – “Orphan Black”

This friendship has only just begun, and already is strong like a baby ox. We can only hope that we can see many more Helena and Donnie outings in the next season.

10. Doyle and Angel – “Angel”


This friendship is often overlooked, probably because it was so short-lived. Doyle’s death was heartbreaking, and you could see what it did to Angel. Angel would form special bonds with other characters on the series, but Doyle will never be forgotten.

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