Two weeks ago, my friend reminded me about this scene when Klaus left Victoria at the altar. Okay it is another scene from How I Met Your Mother again. Please don't judge me as a fanatic one, but it has a lot of very very very great scene and super nice script. I couldn't help to post about it again.
(I deleted some funny script to make it more focus)
Ted: Victoria seems like a great girl. Why wouldn't you want to marry her?
Klaus: Ach, okay, Victoria is wunderbar (wonderful). There is a word in German: Lebenslangerschicksalsschatz. And the closest translation would be... "Lifelong Treasure of Destiny."
And Victoria is wunderbar, but she is not my Lebenslangerschicksalsschatz. She is my Beinaheleidenschaftsgegenstand, you know?
It means... "the thing that is almost the thing that you want... but it's not quite." Das ist Victoria to me.
Ted: How do you know she's not Lebenslangerschicksalsschatz? I mean, maybe as the years go by, she'll get Lebenslangerschicksalsschatz-ier.
Klaus: Oh, nein, nein, nein. Lebenslangerschicksalsschatz is not something that develops over time. It is something that happens instantaneously.
It courses through you like the water of a river after a storm... filling you and emptying you all at once. You feel it throughout your body. In your hands, in your heart, in your stomach, in your skin.
Of course you feel it in your Schlauchmachendejungen. Pardon my French. Have you ever felt this way about someone?
Ted: Yeah, I think so.
Klaus: If you have to think about it, you have not felt it.
Ted: And you're absolutely sure you'll find that someday?
Klaus: Of course. Everyone does eventually. You just never know when or where.
Backsound: Band of Horses - The Funeral (hauntingly yet beautiful song)
"Do you believe that concept?"