However, by claiming that these woos actually serve to mask buried grievances implies that these girls actually have some depth to them, which is difficult to imagine.
Overview: The figurative line between identifying a get-together as a "Date" or "Not a Date." Literally the line divides a globe into equal halves.
" Woos are used to cover up for deep-seated misery.
Validity Score: [6/10] The widespread relevance of this theory depends on the mental stability and shallowness of a dater.
But, no one maintains the psyche to put up with loose canons for too long (see: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days).
According to Barney, "If he had only waited one day, a lot of people wouldn't have even heard he died. A graph is used to display someone's hot-to-crazy ratio.
Ideally, you want your date to be above the diagonal line, indicating that they are hotter than they are crazy.
you realize you're never gonna see those jerks again." Robin's Advice: "You can't trust graduation goggles.
They are just as misleading as beer goggles, bridesmaid goggles and that's just a bulky outdated cell phone in his front pocket goggles."Validity Score: [10/10] Entirely relatable.
Arthur's boss's boss screams at Arthur's boss. However, yelling at an innocent subordinate to let out some steam is just not cool.
This theory displays how unmanaged anger breeds more anger. Overview: Every woman, no matter how initially repugnant, has a mermaid clock-- the time it takes for a man to realize he wants to sleep with her.
It's reasonably scary exiting one thing that you already know makes you miserable for another thing that may bring forth a brand new form of hell.
Overview: A demographic of single females who love to go out partying and constantly shout "woo!
Just imagine: "I need you to go buy me a burrito right now, NO QUESTIONS ASKED," or something else a little more sketchy.