A span of time in the future equal to the current length of a relationship. For a relationship 6 months long, the Date-Time Continuum's event horizon lies 6 months in the future.

Violating the Date-Time Continuum by making plans beyond the event horizon is ill-advised and stands to cause the relationship to explode in a dazzling supernova of animosity or collapse into a blackhole of mutual loathing.
Ted: "Stella and I are going to her sister's wedding in 6 months"

Barney: "Wait, how long have you and Stella been dating?"

Ted: "3 months"

Barney: "Dude, bad idea. You can't make any plans with Stella for anything more than 3 months in the future. Don't risk violating the Date-Time Continuum."
Por Kamputer 19 de julio de 2010

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