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A hilarious show involving five unique characters:

Ted: The main character of the show. He tells his kids the story of how he met their mother. Meaning that the entire show is in the past.

Marshall: The lovable character who always knows what to say.

Lilly: Marshall's fiance. crazy but hilarious and cute all the same.

Barney: The heart of the show. Unbelievably creepy and sex addicted. but definitely the funniest character out there. Kind of like Kramer was in Seinfeld.

Robin: An independent and beautiful woman. The entire first season is about Robin and Ted's "undiscovered love" for each other.
Scene From How I Met Your Mother:

Barney: Then we're gonna meet some ladies, It's gonna be legendary!
Ted: Don't say "legendary" your too liberal with the word "legendary".
Flashback to Barney at Ted's door in a snow suit:
Barney: Ted! we're building an igloo in central park! It's gonna be Legendary! Snow suit up!
Ted slams door in Barney's face.
by Tom Bensley September 20, 2007
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Something Americans use to describe everything.
Oh wow it's just awesome
by Every Strangers Eyes June 20, 2006
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Acronym for the TV show, How I Met Your Mother
Hey, did you check out last night's episode of HIMYM?
by teegee87 October 13, 2007
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Intensifier added to any word to take it's meaning to its highest power imaginable.
Win: Legendary win

Fail: Legendary fail

Kill: Legendary kill

Awesomeness: Legendary awesomeness

The Dude: The Legendary Dude

Dog's balls: Legendary Dog's balls

Weed: Legendary weed

pwned: Legendary pwned

Sex: Lengendary sex

Get it?
by Tenacious Faulker April 01, 2009
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If you have (or know) kids, you know what I mean.
You hear them in the store whining and pleading to their parents to purchase the latest stuffed Barney toy.
If asked, a child might say he/she loves Barney more than his/her parents.
Why? Because Barney never gets mad, nothing bad ever happens to Barney, yet Dad just got passed over for a promotion and Mom just lost her job.
Barney sugar-coats and presents a false view of reality.
Singing a happy song and forgetting the problem is Barney's way of dealing with difficult situations.
Children will not be able to handle them on their own.
The lasting effects of the show might last well into the teenage years.
When they realize that life isn't really what Barney told them it was like,
who knows what will happen?
Barney also becomes a member of the family often times replacing a parent.
On the show, the kids all do what Barney tells them to in perfect conformity without a hint of individual personality.

There is also no clear distinction between reality and what's supposed to be in the kid's imagination.
Only in the theme song is it mentioned that Barney is an imaginary character.
Most of the show has an appearance of being real.
At the "target" age, the kids won't know the difference.
In some of the scenes, it's pretty obvious because something will appear out of thin air, or Barney will do a super-fast costume change.
Many of the scenes which show children interacting with Barney, and Barney solving the problems with a song aren't so obvious.
Be careful not to underestimate what your child is taking in.
As young children age, their brains become more developed different areas of the brain develop at different rates.
This means that a child may understand what he/she's seeing on the screen, but may not be able to communicate it with you.

Now, have you ever watched the show?
Do you just plop your kids in front of the TV and leave them there?
Too many parents just leave their kids watching Barney unattended.
This is bad. This is very bad.
If a parent does this, they have no idea what messages a show is teaching their kids.
Some parents also use Barney as a pacifier.
This is one of the worst things any parent can do to their child. Just as a small child becomes dependent on their plastic soother for comfort, they can become dependent on Barney, the biggest pre-school money making machine of the nineties.
(Remember that the only reason Barney and Friends is aired is to make money.
It isn't being run by a non-profit group, some people are getting very rich from Barney)

Have you witnessed first-hand the impressions the show is making on your child?
I suggest you watch the show and see for yourself what messages are being shown.
This may not be a definition, but rather an advise and the thruth of Barney (IOW, it IS a definition.
by realass dude November 16, 2004
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Anything awesome, epic, or legendary. Based on the truly amazing character of Barney Stinson (played by Neil Patrick Harris) on the television show "How I Met Your Mother."
The most stinson part of my weekend was when all my friends and I got into the amusement park for free! We had the time of our lives.
by contortionistpepper June 07, 2010
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1. The main character on HIMYM. While Ted is sweet, awesome, and romantic, he can also be rather douchey (and that's douchey, not douché) as a reflection of his personality in college. His main goal during his late 20s and early 30s is to find a wife, and he pursues many ill-fated relationships to fulfill this goal.

2. A man whose life is way too focussed on getting married and having children.

3. A noted fictional porn star, sex architect, and philanderer described in tedmosbyisajerkcom
Man: Guys! Why am I not married yet? I'm almost 24! My biological clock is ticking! I'm so lonely in this world! I just want a wife and lots of babies to call my own!

Everybody else: Dude! Don't be such a Ted Mosby. Besides, you are a guy, you don't have a biological clock.
by HIMYM fan May 08, 2009
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TV's number one scene stealer.
Actors: Hey we were doing a scene!
Neil Patrick Harris: Too bad, it's mine baby!!!
by Freezing the Mainstream July 17, 2006
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A set of rules meant to be a guideline to live by between Bro's. The rules began as unwritten rules to follow but because of the Pussification of America haven't been followed properly and for some men they needed to be spelled out in bold print.
Bro Code

#1: Bro's before Ho's.

#2: Never drink the last beer, unless you have been granted specific permission that it is OK
by diggdugg4 April 30, 2008
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bro
Obnoxious partying males who are often seen at college parties. When they aren’t making an ass of themselves they usually just stand around holding a red plastic cup waiting for something exciting to happen so they can scream something that demonstrates how much they enjoy partying. Nearly everyone in a fraternity is a bro but there are also many bros who are not in a fraternity. They often wear a rugby shirt and a baseball cap. It is not uncommon for them to have spiked hair with frosted tips.

Bros actually chose this name for themselves as they often refer to each other as "bro" even though they are not related.
I couldn't go to sleep last night because some bros at the party next door kept screaming, "Whoooooo!!! YEAAHHHHH! Whooooooo!"
by J Will May 08, 2005
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