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  • Lynne’s Reading Corner November 25, 2014
    Before I was a writer, I was a reader. (Still am) I devour a book a week, minimum, usually more. This month, the book I’m most looking forward to reading is The Best Kind of Love by Kerri Carpenter. It’s a small-town contemporary I had the chance to read in draft form, and I can’t wait. It comesRead more...
  • Thanksgiving 2014 November 24, 2014
    This will be the first year not going to Miami. Instead we are heading up to New York City to see the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. We have no plans for a turkey dinner on Thursday and Mr. Silver keeps joking that we’ll eat at the $0.99 pizza place. Um, no thank you, but myRead more...
  • Washington Loves Readers Luncheon October 25, 2014
    As you know (or not), I chaired the first ever Washington Loves Reader’s luncheon on October 11, 2014 along with author, Kimberly Kincaid. It basically meant I got to pick the lunch menu and assign seats. {Rubs hands mad with power} 40 authors showed up to wine and dine the readers, and well, when you getRead more...

Who would you do: How I met your mother

It’s my favorite show. If you haven’t seen it you are missing some of the best comedy writing on the telly. So…who would you do?

1. Barney Stinson

2. Ted Mosby

3. Marshall Erickson

 

Those who read this blog on a regular basis will not be surprised to learn I choose Marshmellow. He’s funny, confident and adorable.

There are 3 responses to “Who would you do: How I met your mother”

  1. Much as I hate to admit it, I recently realized that I would be the sort of HIMYM character to have a long and pretentious affair with Ted, only to break up with him, sleep with Barney, and then appear in a single episode two seasons later to finally cause one of Ted’s epiphanies. :)

  2. OMG- Jessica, you have me snorting bagel out my nose I’m laughing so hard. Now that’s a GREAT question- what kind of character are you? I think I’m a random extra in a bar background scene. Maybe one who turns one of Barney’s crazy pick-up lines down.

  3. I could totally see that. OR you’re the girl who scares Barney off with her superior…ahem…knowledge.

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