Dating relationship rule
= y/2 7x = chick's age; y= Bro's age Practical Origin: Article 113 of The Bro Code Validity Score: You do the math." data-src="https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2014-01/enhanced/webdr06/7/23/enhanced-buzz-orig-9162-1389154485-12.jpg" data-mobile-src="https://img.buzzfeed.com/buzzfeed-static/static/2014-01/enhanced/webdr06/7/23/enhanced-buzz-orig-9162-1389154485-12.jpg" data-crop="67.36" data-mobile-crop="67.36" data-span="1" data-bfa="@o:;" Overview: The Chain of Screaming (also known as The Circle of Screaming or The Pyramid of Screaming), states that once screamed at by a higher authority, one must scream at an inferior. Lily screams at a student who then screams at her father who turns out to be Arthur's boss' boss.
Barney's Theoretical Application: Marshall's boss is Artillery Arthur. Barney's Prescription: When your boss screams at you, you never scream back. Validity Score: [8/10] "Never scream at your boss" is just common sense.
It is used to determine whether someone is too old for you to date.
Origin: Ewoks split Star Wars fans into two camps: those born before and those born after May 25, 1973.
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).
One half is red with the label "Not a date" and the other half is green with the label "Date".
As events unfold throughout an encounter, the globe rotates until the true nature of the get-together is determined.
Overview: The Ewok line correlates the birth year of a person and the subsequent appreciation of Ewoks.
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.