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Baby Hope for the LGBT

Health Everybody who knows something about American Television knows about Neil Patrick Harris, who is more famous for his fictional character; Barney Stinson. In the sitcom where he plays Barney, he is known more for his closet womanizing and ‘Suit Up!’ ways. However, the story is a bit different in real life. He is a member of the LGBT community, which stands for Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transsexual and has been known to openly voice his views. Moreover, the person is in a way married to anotherperson, and they even have a kid,born from the womb of a surrogate mother. A Thing or Two about Surrogacy Now Neil is definitely not the first person who has such a sweet story attached to him. There are people spread all over, who belong to such a community and have always hoped for a baby. The problem however is; surrogacy and finding a surrogate mother is anything but easy. There is in fact a certain myth attached to the fact that women only agree to become surrogate mothers when they are h

23 surprising things you probably didn't know about 'How I Met Your Mother'

"How I Met Your Mother" ran for nine seasons. CBS The narrator, who was supposed to be an older Ted Mosby, was voiced by Bob Saget. There's a reason the voice of future Ted sounds so familiar. Rich Fury/Getty Images Josh Radnor played Ted on the CBS show, but Bob Saget was cast to do the "future Ted" voice-overs that narrated the series. The show wasn't actually filmed in New York City. Sometimes the NYC set was pretty convincing. 20th Century Fox New York City may be a central character in the series, but according to the New York Post, they really filmed on a studio lot in Los Angeles that was designed to look like the Big Apple. Jim Parsons was almost cast as Barney. Jim Parsons played Sheldon on CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" instead. Chuck Lorre Productions Before Neil Patrick Harris landed the role, Jim Parsons auditioned for Barney on the show. But there are no hard feelings from the "The Big Bang Theory" star. "Look, it all w

How to Look Awesome? Get a Suit!

Fashion & Cosmetics “Suit up!”, is one of the most popular quotes by How I Met Your Mother character Barney Stinson. In the show Barney emphasises his love for suits by wearing a suit to almost every possible occasion. Now, you don’t need a bathroom closet full of suits, but it is necessary that you own at least one elegant, high-quality suit. It doesn’t matter if it’s for a special occasion or a business purpose, but you need a suit that sets itself apart from the rest. You must be probably thinking of rushing to some high-end boutique and getting yourself a suit. It’s a good decision alright, but you might probably end up getting a suit for its brand rather than quality. Stop, sit down and look at suits online. Why online? Before we jump into ‘How to find that perfect suit for you’, let’s see why buying a suit online is easy, smooth and hassle-free. You see, there are various sites offering a wide range of suits from brands like John Players, Van Heusen, John Miller, Lee Marc, Ar

Cheerleader Effect , Truth Theory

Barney Stinson, a main character in the TV series How I Met Your Mother, once hypothesized that people are perceived as more attractive in a group than when seen individually. He called this the “Cheerleader Effect.” Several scientific studies have proven Barney right, demonstrating that a face appears more attractive in a group than it would on its own. This effect is relevant when posting selfies on social media. Do I appear more attractive by myself or with others? Do I benefit when the others are highly attractive, because people see me as belonging to the attractive group? Or do I benefit from unattractive others, because it makes me appear relatively attractive? And to what extent does my objective attractiveness play a role? Switching from internal to external evaluation standards According to Barney Stinson, any face in any group appears more attractive than it does individually. Yet Barney seems to have been wrong in this. What is more likely is that a well-known marketing con

These 3 zodiac signs are most likely to be similar to Barney from How I Met Your Mother

How I Met Your Mother is a sitcom that has been incredibly popular and loved by all. One of the most popular and talked about characters of the show has to undoubtedly be Barney Stinson. Barney is someone who teaches everyone around him to be a player. But not many know that he also has an incredibly soft, sensitive and vulnerable side to him.   According to astrology, there are 3 such zodiac signs who possess traits similar to that of Barney Stinson. Have a look at these zodiac signs below.   © Provided by Pinkvilla   Libra   Librans pretend that there is nothing that can bring them down, but they do have a soft and sensitive side to them. They simply hide it under a layer of defence mechanisms to avoid getting hurt and to prevent people from taking advantage of them and their softness.   Virgo    No matter how much a perfectionist they may be, Virgos do have a heart! They do feel a lot of things and have vulnerable personalities. Their personality is more like coconut as they have a

Then vs Now: Here's where the cast members of How I Met Your Mother are 7 years later

How I Met Your Mother has been one of the most celebrated shows with an incredible storyline and an equally iconic cast. The cast, comprising Josh Radnor (Ted Mosby), Cobie Smulders (Robin Scherbatsky), Alyson Hannigan (Lily Aldrin), Jason Segel (Marshall Eriksen) and Neil Patrick Harris (Barney Stinson) had us glued to our seats with their dialogues and comic timings. The five can easily be termed as physical comedy geniuses for they made us laugh until our jaws hurt. 90s kids are definitely thankful for the iconic show, which run from 2005 to 2014. We cherished love, heartbreaks, fun times, anger and many other emotions along with the lead actors. While we can binge-watch the show again, thanks to streaming services, it would be interesting to note what the cast members of the sitcom are up to, 7 years since the show last aired. Take a look: Josh Radnor aka Ted Mosby How I Met Your Mother was nothing without Ted Mosby, as the original story revolved around him telling his children ab