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10 Quotes from 'How I Met Your Mother' that perfectly describes being friends with your ex

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10 Quotes from 'How I Met Your Mother' that perfectly describes being friends with your ex

How I Met Your Mother is one of the best shows to hit television. Over the course of nine seasons, you follow Ted Mosby, the Architect along the road of heartache, heartbreak, and friendships. But there is one thing that all five of our protagonists due and that's to try to be friends with at least one of their exes. Here are ten quotes that describe the process of being friends with your ex.

The most important day- the day you meet

The break up

Your friends trying to help you heal from your break up

When you want to get back together the first time and your friends try to convince you other wise

The first outing you and your friends are having and your ex is going to be there and someone has the bright idea to try and make them jealous.

The conversation after you try to make your ex who is now your friend jealous

When one of you moves on and the other realizes the mistake you made to break up

Remembering the good times and wondering what if you had made it work

When you realize you're just holding on to the past and thinking of the good times

When you realize that as long as you have your friend, status doesn't matter

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