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I slowly rolled out from under the sweat-covered, silk sheets and rubbed my hand against the back of my neck, trying to get some of the knots out. So I did what I always do whenever this happens: I pulled my grey t-shirt over my head and threw on my favorite pair of sweatpants. Other than Carter's room, the basement is my favorite spot in their house.
Rule number 4: If a girl falls into the following criteria, she is off limits forever until the end of time: A) Was a bro's ex-girlfriend. I grabbed my phone from the table next to my bed so I could figure out what time it was. I felt like I’d just chugged six Red Bulls in a row.
In The Broken Code, Barney describes a different origin story for the Bro Code, which is where Broses establishes Article 1 of the Bro Code, "Bros before ho's".
All of the above articles are mentioned in the published version, although most have different numbers.
The book contains 150 articles, a glossary of terms, definition of a bro, history of the code, amendments, violations, and approved punishments.
Many of the articles in the published version relate to issues in other episodes.
His apartment is sh*t but his TV surround sound cost as much as his car. He travels in packs of dudes wearing jeans and untucked dress shirts.
He plays music during sex, usually something by Robin Thicke. He has a guitar, or some other instrument, in his apartment that he can’t even play. His kitchen cupboard has nothing in it but a tub of protein powder. He uses the words “gay” or “retarded to describe things he doesn’t like. He’s so pissed that Entourage is over and can’t wait for the movie.
The sheer concept of seeing one of my mates with an ex is something that’d affect me for a number of reasons.
The version was written by Barney Stinson with Matt Kuhn.
The audiobook is voiced by Neil Patrick Harris, the actor who portrays Barney Stinson.
Barnabus Stinson stepped in and offered to write this collection of rules when Washington and Franklin each said they were too busy.
The first article mentioned referred to the avoidance of eye contact during a "devil's threeway"(which is simultaneously seconded by Franklin and Washington) .