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2012-05-07 11:56:07 AM
6 votes:

Trentor: Stupid. Grow up you queers, there's nothing 'Bro' about my little pony. All of your dad's need to slap you.


Part of growing up is realizing you don't have to appear so very grown up.

Also, part of growing up is stopping calling people queers.
2012-05-07 12:00:59 PM
4 votes:

AntonChigger: Seriously though, you can love and tolerate without having a creepy obsession with a show for little girls. There's a difference between being a kid at heart and this... fetish, and you guys have crossed it.

/I'm sure you're all wonderful human beings


It's not a fetish! I should know the difference!
2012-05-07 01:04:59 PM
3 votes:
Meh. MLP is funnier and deeper than anything that's ever originated on Fark.
2012-05-07 12:16:39 PM
3 votes:

Trentor: Haha no, if your above the age of 10 and watch this show, your just queer. Growing up isn't about watching a show made for pre-pubescent girls, I don't care if your 'comfortable' with yourself or not. Come outta the closet, your not real men anyway.


"Critics who treat 'adult' as a term of approval, instead of as a merely descriptive term, cannot be adult themselves. To be concerned about being grown up, to admire the grown up because it is grown up, to blush at the suspicion of being childish; these things are the marks of childhood and adolescence. And in childhood and adolescence they are, in moderation, healthy symptoms. Young things ought to want to grow. But to carry on into middle life or even into early manhood this concern about being adult is a mark of really arrested development. When I was ten, I read fairy tales in secret and would have been ashamed if I had been found doing so. Now that I am fifty I read them openly. When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up."
― C.S. Lewis
2012-05-07 11:49:30 AM
3 votes:

Trentor: Stupid. Grow up you queers, there's nothing 'Bro' about my little pony. All of your dad's need to slap you.


Looks like your dad slapped you too much.
2012-05-07 04:56:30 PM
2 votes:
A lot of the haters probably think it is like the old 80s version, which is understandable. I thought it would be too until I watched it. The animation is excellent though, the characters are intelligent, well written and funny, and it is full of references and jokes aimed at adults, even characters from R rated movies are parodied in it. It isn't girly or goody goody like the old show, if you like animation watch a few episodes before judging it.

As for the people telling me what I should and should not watch... Link
2012-05-07 04:46:59 PM
2 votes:

Trentor: Jesus, what is wrong with you people.


Our parents gave us enough love and attention so we don't feel obligated to fit into a 1950s stereotype of "manliness?"

It's not our fault mommy and daddy didn't love you, so now you have to overcompensate all those feelings you get for the cute boy down the block by over-exuding your ideal of masculinity. Just go suck him off already, you'll feel better when it's over.

/back to the ponies!
2012-05-07 04:43:04 PM
2 votes:

Trentor: Jesus, what is wrong with you people.


We don't give a wet shiat about what you think.
2012-05-07 04:23:02 PM
2 votes:

Trentor: Jesus, what is wrong with you people.


Yes, how dare people like different shows than you.

image.spreadshirt.com
2012-05-07 02:52:01 PM
2 votes:

Strategeryz0r: Lipspinach: Sun Worshiping Dog Launcher: Huh. Can I infer from this that you're both a closeted, self-hating homosexual and a closeted, self-hating brony? What an interesting combination.

I've got no ponies in this race & the guy is probably an asshole, but
do you really believe that just because someone hates something he is that thing? I don't like mushrooms, does that make me a closet mushroom lover?
Sounds a lot like "I know you are but what am I." Kinda childish.

Except, and I will try to find the studies I'm at work right now so it may take time, it actually does appear to be that way when it comes to homophobia. Not only are some detractors of gays and gay marriages being caught having gay relationships/sex(think Larry Craig[from idaho, this guy was thought of as straight as an arrow]), but there are studies that have shown that those who express homophobic tendencies often times have pent up homosexual desires that lead them to be that way. Any straight person(man or woman) who is completely at ease with their own sexuality would have no need to express such outrage over anyone else's sexual preferences. It's no shock that the most blatantly homophobic people go to extreme lengths to try and prove just how straight they are(or want the world to think they are), whereas straight people at ease with their own desires don't have anything to prove.

I'm not going to say that applies to everyone who's homophobic, as some people just need something to hate apparently. But it is one principle that seems to apply almost exclusively in the realm of sexual desire. People who constantly express S&M is weird and disgusting whenever they see it anywhere(think S&M clubs that spring up during a movie, or seeing a book about it) are often times the ones fantasizing about it the most. Also think about how every woman on earth thinks rape is worse than death. How it's the absolute most evil thing that can be done to them...

Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies ...


AKA, a version of "Thou dost protest too much". And of course, we have a TV Tropes entry about such things.
2012-05-07 02:22:09 PM
2 votes:

fickenchucker: Strategeryz0r: The My Little Pony Killer: Strategeryz0r: Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies among women.

The difference between the fantasy and real life is the level of control the woman has over the event :D

Oh I know. The point was more about how Women think rape is worse than being killed, yet secretly they all fantasize about it.

Just like how a couple people in this thread(*cough* trentor and fickenchucker *cough*) probably dream of having a giant horse cock in their mouth every day. Hence the simultaneous hate for gays AND my little pony.



That is by far the lamest misdirection I have ever read. I don't hate gays or weird cartoons. Many people think Spongebob is totally gay, but the writing is funny. I watch it with my kids.

My Little Pony is incredibly stupid and "adult" men getting involved with it is one of the forced fads people will be embarrassed about within a year. This Brony crap is like popped colors, acid wash jeans, and Flock of Seagulls hair all rolled up in one giant mass of pathetic.


Except popped collars(lets spell it right here) and acid wash jeans were accepted as not just main stream, that's what the "cool kids" were wearing. The whole Brony thing is far from mainstream, let alone something that you're going to walk into say the hottest night clubs in town and be assaulted by it. Mostly it's the comic-con crowd that digs on MLP. And who cares? If you don't like it big farkin deal.

But guess what? I kinda do. It's not like I sit around watching a marathon of the show, or even go out of my way to catch it on TV. Hell I don't even pirate it. But I watched a few episodes on Netflix, and while it's not like my most favorite thing ever I see the humor and why others like it as much as they do. You might say that doesn't make me a man. However I counter-point with this.

On top of enjoying MLP I also
REALLY enjoy weapons and am an avid competition/sport shooter.

I am married to this wonderful woman, who would certainly attest that I am not one of "teh gheys."

I love driving, and used to be an avid autocross racers. Currently I own a 2002 BMW, not due to the fact that it's a BMW, but rather because I know enough about cars that I genuinely respect the engineering. And have a true love of driving that car.

I have tempted the US government by going to the main entrance to Area 51 and spending about 2 hours antagonizing the gaurds in the pickup truck that sit there and watch to make sure you don't cross the baes border.

I love beer so much that I've spent an obscene amount of time brewing my own

I also love doing stupid shiat like Skydiving(yes that actually is me)

So before you spout off that enjoying a cartoon that happens to be well written, well animated, and overall quite enjoyable(especially when stoned) makes me less of a man. Just because it's for "little girls." Ask yourself how many "manly" things have you done? Because I'm secure in not just my sexuality, but my own sense of masculinity.

Or, in other terms, take your judgmental idiotic attitude and cram it back up your ass where it belongs. Some of us just like to have fun, and tools like you are just intent on spoiling that.
2012-05-07 02:14:39 PM
2 votes:

fickenchucker: My Little Pony is incredibly stupid and "adult" men getting involved with it is one of the forced fads people will be embarrassed about within a year. This Brony crap is like popped colors, acid wash jeans, and Flock of Seagulls hair all rolled up in one giant mass of pathetic.


Speaking as an animation fan, you're wrong. It's loved because of great animation, writing, and voice acting. No one expected it to be good, and when it turned out to be great, it stuck with people. It's not hard to understand. The fans have grown into one of the friendliest groups of fans I've ever seen, with an open and welcoming community full of talented people.
2012-05-07 01:27:29 PM
2 votes:

The My Little Pony Killer: Strategeryz0r: Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies among women.

The difference between the fantasy and real life is the level of control the woman has over the event :D


Oh I know. The point was more about how Women think rape is worse than being killed, yet secretly they all fantasize about it.

Just like how a couple people in this thread(*cough* trentor and fickenchucker *cough*) probably dream of having a giant horse cock in their mouth every day. Hence the simultaneous hate for gays AND my little pony.
2012-05-07 01:06:14 PM
2 votes:

AntonChigger: Sun Worshiping Dog Launcher: Trentor: Stupid. Grow up you queers, there's nothing 'Bro' about my little pony. All of your dad's need to slap you.

Huh. Can I infer from this that you're both a closeted, self-hating homosexual and a closeted, self-hating brony? What an interesting combination.

Since when has this logic ever made sense, either on the internet or elsewhere?

"I dislike the Chicago Cubs. Therefore, I secretly love them."


closeted homosexuals who disguise them selves as ultrafundies obsessed with eradicating everything a little bit queer in life. It's strange I know, but their twisted minds find happiness in ruining the gaiety of others.
2012-05-07 01:03:34 PM
2 votes:
Lipspinach:
do you really believe that just because someone hates something he is that thing? I don't like mushrooms, does that make me a closet mushroom lover?
Sounds a lot like "I know you are but what am I." Kinda childish.


At least one scientific study (link to PubMed abstract) has shown that homophobes tend to be aroused by gay porn. They may not be gay-gay, but they appeared to be reacting outwardly against inner desires which they nevertheless shared.
2012-05-07 12:50:46 PM
2 votes:

Lipspinach: Sun Worshiping Dog Launcher: Huh. Can I infer from this that you're both a closeted, self-hating homosexual and a closeted, self-hating brony? What an interesting combination.

I've got no ponies in this race & the guy is probably an asshole, but
do you really believe that just because someone hates something he is that thing? I don't like mushrooms, does that make me a closet mushroom lover?
Sounds a lot like "I know you are but what am I." Kinda childish.


Except, and I will try to find the studies I'm at work right now so it may take time, it actually does appear to be that way when it comes to homophobia. Not only are some detractors of gays and gay marriages being caught having gay relationships/sex(think Larry Craig[from idaho, this guy was thought of as straight as an arrow]), but there are studies that have shown that those who express homophobic tendencies often times have pent up homosexual desires that lead them to be that way. Any straight person(man or woman) who is completely at ease with their own sexuality would have no need to express such outrage over anyone else's sexual preferences. It's no shock that the most blatantly homophobic people go to extreme lengths to try and prove just how straight they are(or want the world to think they are), whereas straight people at ease with their own desires don't have anything to prove.

I'm not going to say that applies to everyone who's homophobic, as some people just need something to hate apparently. But it is one principle that seems to apply almost exclusively in the realm of sexual desire. People who constantly express S&M is weird and disgusting whenever they see it anywhere(think S&M clubs that spring up during a movie, or seeing a book about it) are often times the ones fantasizing about it the most. Also think about how every woman on earth thinks rape is worse than death. How it's the absolute most evil thing that can be done to them...

Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies among women.
2012-05-07 12:49:20 PM
2 votes:

Lipspinach: Sounds a lot like "I know you are but what am I." Kinda childish.


I think it's not just someone hating something, it's someone who is obsessed with hating something. I don't like football, but I don't show up in football threads and rant about how it sucks.

And I love how all the haters emphasize that it's for "little girls". Not just "kids", but "girls". Traditional gender roles are so 50's.
2012-05-07 12:10:29 PM
2 votes:
almostdumb.com

Jokes aside, the show is well written, it teaches nice values without being preachy, the characters are memorable, the jokes and references are funny, the animation and character design is colorful and cute.

Overall is the kind of show that its great for EVERYBODY...

Some people take it to weird fetishes? Of course, but there is no fandom that doesn´t have this sort of weirdos in there.
2012-05-07 11:46:15 AM
2 votes:
Stupid. Grow up you queers, there's nothing 'Bro' about my little pony. All of your dad's need to slap you.
2012-05-07 11:11:14 AM
2 votes:

Donnchadha: WTF is a Leggo?

Is that related to Leggs pantyhose?


images.mocpages.com
2012-05-08 04:09:41 PM
1 votes:
i45.tinypic.com
2012-05-07 08:54:18 PM
1 votes:

Nrokreffefp: suburbanguy: Nrokreffefp: AntonChigger: Seriously though, you can love and tolerate without having a creepy obsession with a show for little girls. There's a difference between being a kid at heart and this... fetish, and you guys have crossed it.

/I'm sure you're all wonderful human beings

I'm not a fan myself, but it is certainly not just a little girls' show. Think more Animaniacs...obviously a children's show but with continual subtle humor directed at adults. Its been a very successful model for quite a while, Spongebob definitely had elements of it, and Ren and Stimpy was superb.

You're comparing Spongebob to Ren & Stimpy and Animaniacs?!? I LOVED Animaniacs and was a pretty big fan of Ren & Stimpy. Spongebob is not allowed on in our house. I've never seen anything witty in Spongebob. Whenever I'm forced to watch it at a friend's or relative's, I feel myself growing more stupid as it plays...

Not comparing the shows themselves so much as the propensity of the writers to attempt to make the shows less boring for adults that happen to be in the same room. I would, however, watch Ren and Stimpy or Animaniacs for their own merits (or my nostalgia), but not MLP or Spongebob.


OK. I'll buy that. I got that you were implying that the comedy works on multiple age levels. (Shrek is another success.) I just can't see where the multiple levels are in Spongebob.
2012-05-07 08:20:51 PM
1 votes:

Nrokreffefp: AntonChigger: Seriously though, you can love and tolerate without having a creepy obsession with a show for little girls. There's a difference between being a kid at heart and this... fetish, and you guys have crossed it.

/I'm sure you're all wonderful human beings

I'm not a fan myself, but it is certainly not just a little girls' show. Think more Animaniacs...obviously a children's show but with continual subtle humor directed at adults. Its been a very successful model for quite a while, Spongebob definitely had elements of it, and Ren and Stimpy was superb.


You're comparing Spongebob to Ren & Stimpy and Animaniacs?!? I LOVED Animaniacs and was a pretty big fan of Ren & Stimpy. Spongebob is not allowed on in our house. I've never seen anything witty in Spongebob. Whenever I'm forced to watch it at a friend's or relative's, I feel myself growing more stupid as it plays...
2012-05-07 07:02:31 PM
1 votes:
28.media.tumblr.com
2012-05-07 06:58:26 PM
1 votes:

KillAllHumans: Marshal805: I love these threads simply for the images that pop up in them.

[i.imgur.com image 441x507]



i2.kym-cdn.com
img.ponibooru.org
2012-05-07 06:32:21 PM
1 votes:

Marshal805: I love these threads simply for the images that pop up in them.


i.imgur.com
2012-05-07 06:02:51 PM
1 votes:
I love these threads simply for the images that pop up in them.
2012-05-07 05:56:25 PM
1 votes:
imageshack.us
2012-05-07 04:53:04 PM
1 votes:

FirstNationalBastard: Counter_Intelligent: Trentor: Jesus, what is wrong with you people.

There's a Zecora joke in there, somewhere.

Unfortunately, I can't figure out what rhymes with "people".


Jesus, what is wrong with you people?
You don't have to like it, but don't act like a b-hole!
2012-05-07 04:46:28 PM
1 votes:

Lipspinach: TheManWho: Lipspinach: No Netflix for me (no credit card) Are there sequential episodes on Youtube, do you know?

This should help you Link

Thanks dude!


Let us know what you think about the series as you progress thru it

*curious*
2012-05-07 04:20:03 PM
1 votes:

Trentor: Jesus, what is wrong with you people.


There's a Zecora joke in there, somewhere.
2012-05-07 04:09:04 PM
1 votes:

Masterstuff: FirstNationalBastard: Dinobot: Kar98: Although I do have to admit that the episodes with the newborn twins, and the wedding, respectively, made me a leeeeeedle uncomfortable...

Oh, how so?

*curious*

Well, obviously, Mr. Cakes was a cuckold, and even he knew it since he could only give a lame explanation of why neither of his children were like him.

The subject of infidelity is uncomfortable for everyone.

Nah, the reason why neither of his children were like him was well explained already. I think the discomfort lies in that apparently Mr. Cakes' first name is Pound. How else can you have newborns?


Close. "Nooooo, I don't want to imagine ponies having sex, not even for a fleeting second. They are magical! Curse you, brain, you've ruined this for me!"
2012-05-07 04:06:39 PM
1 votes:

FirstNationalBastard: Dinobot: Kar98: Although I do have to admit that the episodes with the newborn twins, and the wedding, respectively, made me a leeeeeedle uncomfortable...

Oh, how so?

*curious*

Well, obviously, Mr. Cakes was a cuckold, and even he knew it since he could only give a lame explanation of why neither of his children were like him.

The subject of infidelity is uncomfortable for everyone.


Nah, the reason why neither of his children were like him was well explained already. I think the discomfort lies in that apparently Mr. Cakes' first name is Pound. How else can you have newborns?
2012-05-07 03:42:34 PM
1 votes:

Bloody William: AntonChigger: Seriously though, you can love and tolerate without having a creepy obsession with a show for little girls. There's a difference between being a kid at heart and this... fetish, and you guys have crossed it.

/I'm sure you're all wonderful human beings

It's not a fetish! I should know the difference!




Trolls, seriously, give it up. You cannot defeat this guy.
2012-05-07 03:28:14 PM
1 votes:

Bloody William: "Dear Princess Celestia, today I learned that some guys' girlfriends enjoy anal..."


i3.kym-cdn.com
2012-05-07 03:23:23 PM
1 votes:

FirstNationalBastard: Bloody William: Strategeryz0r: Lipspinach: Strategeryz0r: Lipspinach: Yeah I kind of agree with you there (homophobic=gay). It is by no means empirical, but definitely there.

Oh no, it's by no means empirical. Sexual psychology is just one of those fascinating areas where the things we're most ashamed of ourselves, are the things we typically project hate on to. This tends to occur in relation to what people might consider extreme fetishes. Foot fetishes, sadomasochism, food play, etc, etc. More or less anything that isn't sex in the missionary position and nothing else. Hell just ask my wife, she's ashamed of people finding out she does oral sex. Yet she has no problem talking to other people about our sex life as long as it doesn't go beyond just the sex part that EVERYBODY does(because not everyone does oral. *HER WORDS*).

A lot of that is also heavily rooted in America's puritanical culture. Why we're so sexually repressive in this country is just beyond me. It's ridiculous to be so ashamed of something that comes so unbelievably natural. It's part of the human experience, and anyone who has a problem with that needs to be sentenced to 3 weeks in some sort of sex cult to loosen them up. It's one thing to be shy about sex, it's another for an entire culture to make everyone(but mainly women) feel the need to be ashamed of their own sexual desire.

I hear you, brother. What I have found mystifying for the longest time is that
so many guys are obsessed with anal sex & think all chicks should give it up, but freak out at the mention of getting something in their own butt. I mean, women are no more or less equipped for it than guys so what's the big deal. I realize there's 100's of years of male/female role whatevers going on, but FFS it only makes sense. I don't think this is going to change for a loooong time, if ever.

Anyway back to this.

Yea I never got it either. I tried anal, and didn't understand the appeal. For one it hurt my lady, I'm the kind of guy who ...


"Dear Princess Celestia, today I learned that some guys' girlfriends enjoy anal..."
2012-05-07 03:22:57 PM
1 votes:

El Freak: I'm not a brony, but they do get the tiny-penised "manly men" all upset, so I support them.


I also love the fact that the only criticisms that can be found are "UR TEH HOMOGAY! YU NO BE MANLY MAN?!? GROW UP AND STOP BEING GAY!" or "TEH SHOW IS FOR GURLS! GURLS ARE ICKY AND HAVE COOTIES!"
2012-05-07 03:22:10 PM
1 votes:

Strategeryz0r: Whatever happened to the days when men were more worried about pleasuring their woman because, biologically speaking, as a man I'm guaranteed to finish?


Aside from not existing?
2012-05-07 03:14:51 PM
1 votes:

Dinobot: Lipspinach: Dinobot: Lipspinach: The My Little Pony Killer: fickenchucker: This is just as stupid as the first time these retarded horses were on the scene.

You know how I know you're spouting opinions about something you've never watched?

If I were to start watching My Little Pony where would be a good place to begin?
I am no stranger to childrens programming (had an Arthur thing going on 1-2 years ago. Watched it 4 times a day religiously when unemployed) This sounds like something I may be able to sink my teeth into.

Also, the season 1 finale requires you have seen two previous episodes, those being ticket master, followed by suited for success, which are good episodes, although suited for success can get on people's nerves at times due to all the extra singing.

I've been told to start with Ticket Master & to proceed form there. Gonna do that.
I have lots of free time these days.

Ticket master is normally a good episode to start with, just not as fun as others, but as an intro episode it tells you enough about the show and the distinct personalities the main characters have.

That said, season 2 has the advantage that they dont have to establish their personality any more, but rather develop instead... In fact, season 2 was what made me like rarity as a character a lot; after that, i went and looked back at her episodes in season 1 and found them to be better than i remembered to be.

I guess its in part because she could be an antagonist in any other series.

/rarity is best marshmallow pony


marshmallow pony? LOL Can't wait to get started. cheers!
2012-05-07 03:13:07 PM
1 votes:

Strategeryz0r: Whatever happened to the days when men were more worried about pleasuring their woman because, biologically speaking, as a man I'm guaranteed to finish?


Unfortunately that seems to have been left at the side of the road with the
turtleneck-pipe combo. I think sexual roles are going to keep changing
more & more with the next few generations. True widespread porn availabilty
is still very new (thanks internet) and it's already had a HUGE impact.
2012-05-07 02:44:23 PM
1 votes:

Lipspinach: Dinobot: Lipspinach: The My Little Pony Killer: fickenchucker: This is just as stupid as the first time these retarded horses were on the scene.

You know how I know you're spouting opinions about something you've never watched?

If I were to start watching My Little Pony where would be a good place to begin?
I am no stranger to childrens programming (had an Arthur thing going on 1-2 years ago. Watched it 4 times a day religiously when unemployed) This sounds like something I may be able to sink my teeth into.

Also, the season 1 finale requires you have seen two previous episodes, those being ticket master, followed by suited for success, which are good episodes, although suited for success can get on people's nerves at times due to all the extra singing.

I've been told to start with Ticket Master & to proceed form there. Gonna do that.
I have lots of free time these days.


Ticket master is normally a good episode to start with, just not as fun as others, but as an intro episode it tells you enough about the show and the distinct personalities the main characters have.

That said, season 2 has the advantage that they dont have to establish their personality any more, but rather develop instead... In fact, season 2 was what made me like rarity as a character a lot; after that, i went and looked back at her episodes in season 1 and found them to be better than i remembered to be.

I guess its in part because she could be an antagonist in any other series.

/rarity is best marshmallow pony
2012-05-07 02:40:44 PM
1 votes:

Dinobot: Strategeryz0r: How coincidental that just as I finish my rant about how liking MLP doesn't make you less of a man I get a couple of packages here at my office. Containing my wife's new pinkie pie shirt, and my second DJ Pon-3 Shirt that I intend to use EL Wire on to make glow(performance shirt, I also DJ nightclubs on the weekends)

Just for kicks, you should get the dj pon3 brushable, it is supposed to come out as a toys r us fall exclusive release


Oh I intended on it. Originally I picked up a DJ Pon-3 shirt because I just love humorous DJ oriented shirts(I have one that's a photoshopped pic of Bruce Lee being a DJ. It's awesome). However, I realized a couple weeks ago I might be on to something. As I wore that shirt and EVERYBODY went freaking crazy over it. They thought that shiat was funny as hell.

So after that I went through some episodes of the show and picked some choice lines to sample. Created my samples, setup my decks, and the following weekend I dropped them to add a little pizzazz to my set.

Guess what?

People went freaking CRAZY. Hardly anyone could actually pinpoint what the quotes came from, but it added just the right mix of humor and connection with the crowd that everybody ate that shiat up.

So I guess you could say I'm starting to roll with the Pony theme for my DJ'ing, because it's getting one hell of a reaction. Though I don't see it as something to keep using all the time. It was more of a "holy shiat if I infuse my house music with pop culture references it gets an amazing response from people" moment. Ponies just happened to illicit the greatest response thus far(though Eastbound & Down comes a close second).
2012-05-07 02:37:35 PM
1 votes:

Dinobot: Lipspinach: The My Little Pony Killer: fickenchucker: This is just as stupid as the first time these retarded horses were on the scene.

You know how I know you're spouting opinions about something you've never watched?

If I were to start watching My Little Pony where would be a good place to begin?
I am no stranger to childrens programming (had an Arthur thing going on 1-2 years ago. Watched it 4 times a day religiously when unemployed) This sounds like something I may be able to sink my teeth into.

Also, the season 1 finale requires you have seen two previous episodes, those being ticket master, followed by suited for success, which are good episodes, although suited for success can get on people's nerves at times due to all the extra singing.


I've been told to start with Ticket Master & to proceed form there. Gonna do that.
I have lots of free time these days.
2012-05-07 02:36:03 PM
1 votes:

Lipspinach: Strategeryz0r: Lipspinach: Yeah I kind of agree with you there (homophobic=gay). It is by no means empirical, but definitely there.

Oh no, it's by no means empirical. Sexual psychology is just one of those fascinating areas where the things we're most ashamed of ourselves, are the things we typically project hate on to. This tends to occur in relation to what people might consider extreme fetishes. Foot fetishes, sadomasochism, food play, etc, etc. More or less anything that isn't sex in the missionary position and nothing else. Hell just ask my wife, she's ashamed of people finding out she does oral sex. Yet she has no problem talking to other people about our sex life as long as it doesn't go beyond just the sex part that EVERYBODY does(because not everyone does oral. *HER WORDS*).

A lot of that is also heavily rooted in America's puritanical culture. Why we're so sexually repressive in this country is just beyond me. It's ridiculous to be so ashamed of something that comes so unbelievably natural. It's part of the human experience, and anyone who has a problem with that needs to be sentenced to 3 weeks in some sort of sex cult to loosen them up. It's one thing to be shy about sex, it's another for an entire culture to make everyone(but mainly women) feel the need to be ashamed of their own sexual desire.

I hear you, brother. What I have found mystifying for the longest time is that
so many guys are obsessed with anal sex & think all chicks should give it up, but freak out at the mention of getting something in their own butt. I mean, women are no more or less equipped for it than guys so what's the big deal. I realize there's 100's of years of male/female role whatevers going on, but FFS it only makes sense. I don't think this is going to change for a loooong time, if ever.


Anyway back to this.

Yea I never got it either. I tried anal, and didn't understand the appeal. For one it hurt my lady, I'm the kind of guy who gets off on her pleasure. I want to see that look on her face of just pure euphoria. And the pain that came from lubing her asshole up like a well greased F-1 car and trying to fark a hole that was designed as an exit only was like strike 1.

Strike 2 is half the fun of the vagina, to me, is the build up. Knowing she's THAT WET because of me it such an insane turn on to me. Basically I always subscribed to the "if it lubricates itself naturally, she might enjoy having it there." Which really only leaves 2 holes, but lets face it. If those are the only 2 that make her feel good or are at least enjoyable to her, then why bother with any others? It's not all about you, and you're going to get off anyway. Whatever happened to the days when men were more worried about pleasuring their woman because, biologically speaking, as a man I'm guaranteed to finish?

If my girl suddenly woke up and said "I farking love anal" I would give it to her as often as she wants. Because if she's getting off, that gets me off basically. But I wont pressure her into something that she flat out told me was extremely painful just because I want it. That's just ridiculous, and selfish if you ask me.
2012-05-07 02:32:05 PM
1 votes:

Lipspinach: The My Little Pony Killer: fickenchucker: This is just as stupid as the first time these retarded horses were on the scene.

You know how I know you're spouting opinions about something you've never watched?

If I were to start watching My Little Pony where would be a good place to begin?
I am no stranger to childrens programming (had an Arthur thing going on 1-2 years ago. Watched it 4 times a day religiously when unemployed) This sounds like something I may be able to sink my teeth into.


Also, the season 1 finale requires you have seen two previous episodes, those being ticket master, followed by suited for success, which are good episodes, although suited for success can get on people's nerves at times due to all the extra singing.
2012-05-07 02:29:12 PM
1 votes:
How coincidental that just as I finish my rant about how liking MLP doesn't make you less of a man I get a couple of packages here at my office. Containing my wife's new pinkie pie shirt, and my second DJ Pon-3 Shirt that I intend to use EL Wire on to make glow(performance shirt, I also DJ nightclubs on the weekends)
2012-05-07 02:26:55 PM
1 votes:

Lipspinach: The My Little Pony Killer: fickenchucker: This is just as stupid as the first time these retarded horses were on the scene.

You know how I know you're spouting opinions about something you've never watched?

If I were to start watching My Little Pony where would be a good place to begin?
I am no stranger to childrens programming (had an Arthur thing going on 1-2 years ago. Watched it 4 times a day religiously when unemployed) This sounds like something I may be able to sink my teeth into.


The pilot episodes are weak.

I would recommend dragonshy, briddle gossip and thr cutie mark chronicles.

Other noteworthy episodes from season 1 include: sonic rainboom, stare master, winter wrap up, party of one and dog and pony show.
2012-05-07 02:22:46 PM
1 votes:

fickenchucker: That is by far the lamest misdirection I have ever read. I don't hate gays or weird cartoons. Many people think Spongebob is totally gay, but the writing is funny. I watch it with my kids.


This is the weirdest "I don't hate ____- my best friend is ____" posts i've seen in quite some time.

Oh, and don't use gay as a pejorative. Thank you.
2012-05-07 02:10:34 PM
1 votes:

Busta Clown Shoes: Every time one of these threads comes up I am extremely surprised at the comments section not going the direction I expected from Fark. Then again, it's Fark. Still. *sigh*


It's because there's no way Fark can get away with pretending bronyism originated here, so it has to be poopooed
2012-05-07 02:00:59 PM
1 votes:

fickenchucker: Strategeryz0r: The My Little Pony Killer: Strategeryz0r: Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies among women.

The difference between the fantasy and real life is the level of control the woman has over the event :D

Oh I know. The point was more about how Women think rape is worse than being killed, yet secretly they all fantasize about it.

Just like how a couple people in this thread(*cough* trentor and fickenchucker *cough*) probably dream of having a giant horse cock in their mouth every day. Hence the simultaneous hate for gays AND my little pony.



That is by far the lamest misdirection I have ever read. I don't hate gays or weird cartoons. Many people think Spongebob is totally gay, but the writing is funny. I watch it with my kids.

My Little Pony is incredibly stupid and "adult" men getting involved with it is one of the forced fads people will be embarrassed about within a year. This Brony crap is like popped colors, acid wash jeans, and Flock of Seagulls hair all rolled up in one giant mass of pathetic.


Yeah, but you're missing the point. Which is that it's okay to not like things, but going out of your way to act like a dick about it makes you look more stupid than you think the people who like things are in the first place.
2012-05-07 01:59:08 PM
1 votes:

Strategeryz0r: Lipspinach: Yeah I kind of agree with you there (homophobic=gay). It is by no means empirical, but definitely there.

Oh no, it's by no means empirical. Sexual psychology is just one of those fascinating areas where the things we're most ashamed of ourselves, are the things we typically project hate on to. This tends to occur in relation to what people might consider extreme fetishes. Foot fetishes, sadomasochism, food play, etc, etc. More or less anything that isn't sex in the missionary position and nothing else. Hell just ask my wife, she's ashamed of people finding out she does oral sex. Yet she has no problem talking to other people about our sex life as long as it doesn't go beyond just the sex part that EVERYBODY does(because not everyone does oral. *HER WORDS*).

A lot of that is also heavily rooted in America's puritanical culture. Why we're so sexually repressive in this country is just beyond me. It's ridiculous to be so ashamed of something that comes so unbelievably natural. It's part of the human experience, and anyone who has a problem with that needs to be sentenced to 3 weeks in some sort of sex cult to loosen them up. It's one thing to be shy about sex, it's another for an entire culture to make everyone(but mainly women) feel the need to be ashamed of their own sexual desire.


I hear you, brother. What I have found mystifying for the longest time is that
so many guys are obsessed with anal sex & think all chicks should give it up, but freak out at the mention of getting something in their own butt. I mean, women are no more or less equipped for it than guys so what's the big deal. I realize there's 100's of years of male/female role whatevers going on, but FFS it only makes sense. I don't think this is going to change for a loooong time, if ever.
2012-05-07 01:52:01 PM
1 votes:

Lipspinach: If I were to start watching My Little Pony where would be a good place to begin?


Youtube "Friendship is Magic." Try also adding "Season 1 Episode 1." It's free and I'm pretty sure all the episodes are there and most, if not all, are in HD. If you aren't interested in a two-parter, Episode 3 gives a reasonable intro to the main characters. "Feeling Pinkie Keen" is a pretty humorous episode, as well.
2012-05-07 01:42:55 PM
1 votes:

smooshie: Lipspinach: Sounds a lot like "I know you are but what am I." Kinda childish.

I think it's not just someone hating something, it's someone who is obsessed with hating something. I don't like football, but I don't show up in football threads and rant about how it sucks.

And I love how all the haters emphasize that it's for "little girls". Not just "kids", but "girls". Traditional gender roles are so 50's.


You have a point. I'm lucky I guess. I get interested/obsessed with strange stuff
but usually don't talk about it much. I just write songs about it heh.
2012-05-07 01:41:46 PM
1 votes:

The My Little Pony Killer: Strategeryz0r: The My Little Pony Killer: Strategeryz0r: Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies among women.

The difference between the fantasy and real life is the level of control the woman has over the event :D

Oh I know. The point was more about how Women think rape is worse than being killed, yet secretly they all fantasize about it.

Just like how a couple people in this thread(*cough* trentor and fickenchucker *cough*) probably dream of having a giant horse cock in their mouth every day. Hence the simultaneous hate for gays AND my little pony.

Saying that all of them have that fantasy is a little bit blanket.


Exaggerated setup for a mediocre joke. Of course I don't think all of them have that fantasy, come now :P
2012-05-07 01:33:23 PM
1 votes:

Strategeryz0r: The My Little Pony Killer: Strategeryz0r: Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies among women.

The difference between the fantasy and real life is the level of control the woman has over the event :D

Oh I know. The point was more about how Women think rape is worse than being killed, yet secretly they all fantasize about it.

Just like how a couple people in this thread(*cough* trentor and fickenchucker *cough*) probably dream of having a giant horse cock in their mouth every day. Hence the simultaneous hate for gays AND my little pony.


Saying that all of them have that fantasy is a little bit blanket.
2012-05-07 01:32:22 PM
1 votes:

Strategeryz0r: The My Little Pony Killer: Strategeryz0r: Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies among women.

The difference between the fantasy and real life is the level of control the woman has over the event :D

Oh I know. The point was more about how Women think rape is worse than being killed, yet secretly they all fantasize about it.

Just like how a couple people in this thread(*cough* trentor and fickenchucker *cough*) probably dream of having a giant horse cock in their mouth every day. Hence the simultaneous hate for gays AND my little pony.


Self-loathing is a cruel mistress LOL
2012-05-07 01:30:38 PM
1 votes:

Strategeryz0r: Lipspinach: Sun Worshiping Dog Launcher: Huh. Can I infer from this that you're both a closeted, self-hating homosexual and a closeted, self-hating brony? What an interesting combination.

I've got no ponies in this race & the guy is probably an asshole, but
do you really believe that just because someone hates something he is that thing? I don't like mushrooms, does that make me a closet mushroom lover?
Sounds a lot like "I know you are but what am I." Kinda childish.

Except, and I will try to find the studies I'm at work right now so it may take time, it actually does appear to be that way when it comes to homophobia. Not only are some detractors of gays and gay marriages being caught having gay relationships/sex(think Larry Craig[from idaho, this guy was thought of as straight as an arrow]), but there are studies that have shown that those who express homophobic tendencies often times have pent up homosexual desires that lead them to be that way. Any straight person(man or woman) who is completely at ease with their own sexuality would have no need to express such outrage over anyone else's sexual preferences. It's no shock that the most blatantly homophobic people go to extreme lengths to try and prove just how straight they are(or want the world to think they are), whereas straight people at ease with their own desires don't have anything to prove.

I'm not going to say that applies to everyone who's homophobic, as some people just need something to hate apparently. But it is one principle that seems to apply almost exclusively in the realm of sexual desire. People who constantly express S&M is weird and disgusting whenever they see it anywhere(think S&M clubs that spring up during a movie, or seeing a book about it) are often times the ones fantasizing about it the most. Also think about how every woman on earth thinks rape is worse than death. How it's the absolute most evil thing that can be done to them...

Yet rape fantasies are the most common fantasies ...


Yeah I kind of agree with you there (homophobic=gay). It is by no means empirical, but definitely there.
2012-05-07 01:24:44 PM
1 votes:

fickenchucker: This is just as stupid as the first time these retarded horses were on the scene.


You know how I know you're spouting opinions about something you've never watched?
2012-05-07 01:13:58 PM
1 votes:
2012-05-07 01:05:17 PM
1 votes:

No Such Agency: Lipspinach:
do you really believe that just because someone hates something he is that thing? I don't like mushrooms, does that make me a closet mushroom lover?
Sounds a lot like "I know you are but what am I." Kinda childish.

At least one scientific study (link to PubMed abstract) has shown that homophobes tend to be aroused by gay porn. They may not be gay-gay, but they appeared to be reacting outwardly against inner desires which they nevertheless shared.


Beat me to it. Thank ya sir.

/brohoove?
2012-05-07 01:02:57 PM
1 votes:

Lipspinach: I don't like mushrooms, does that make me a closet mushroom lover?


No , that makes you a mushroom.
2012-05-07 12:58:50 PM
1 votes:

No Such Agency: Masterstuff:
Hasbro is already using Kre-o for their products(Transformers, Battleship) which is their Lego offshoot so I'd say a Lego version is not possible.

Is Kreo as shiatty as Mega Blocks? Some of those were mixed into a box of Lego I just bought at a garage sale, and MAN, are they crap. Soft, badly-fitting etc.


Happy to say i've never tried Kreo. I have tried Mega Blocks because once my parents bought them for my brother. Once. Maybe i'll buy a set to see how it works. Battleship time!

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: When did LEGOs get so complicated?


I blame the Bionicle craze. Didn't think it would take off then, boom, top of the must-have-for-christmas list. Actually it happened earlier than that, but I still blame bionicle.
2012-05-07 12:30:03 PM
1 votes:

Trentor: Haha no, if your above the age of 10 and watch this show, your just queer. Growing up isn't about watching a show made for pre-pubescent girls, I don't care if your 'comfortable' with yourself or not. Come outta the closet, your not real men anyway.


Welcome to troll-piss yellow in my Farky, dumbass.
2012-05-07 12:18:00 PM
1 votes:

saintstryfe: Trentor: Haha no, if your above the age of 10 and watch this show, your just queer.

... And there's a PROBLEM with being queer, you jackanape?


Only for folks such as himself, who would probably die of embarrassment if anybody found out his little secret.
2012-05-07 12:12:17 PM
1 votes:

Trentor: Haha no, if your above the age of 10 and watch this show, your just queer. Growing up isn't about watching a show made for pre-pubescent girls, I don't care if your 'comfortable' with yourself or not. Come outta the closet, your not real men anyway.


Ok troll, you can go back under your bridge now. Nobody is dumb enough to cross it anymore

4/10

/Should've stopped after the first one
2012-05-07 12:11:58 PM
1 votes:

Trentor: Haha no, if your above the age of 10 and watch this show, your just queer. Growing up isn't about watching a show made for pre-pubescent girls, I don't care if your 'comfortable' with yourself or not. Come outta the closet, your not real men anyway.


You appear to have an apostrophe shortage.
2012-05-07 12:11:23 PM
1 votes:

DarkPascual: [almostdumb.com image 630x536]

Jokes aside, the show is well written, it teaches nice values without being preachy, the characters are memorable, the jokes and references are funny, the animation and character design is colorful and cute.

Overall is the kind of show that its great for EVERYBODY...

Some people take it to weird fetishes? Of course, but there is no fandom that doesn´t have this sort of weirdos in there.


I'm pretty sure there's Drew/Lowtax slashfic out there. I can't blame the entire brony community for the rule 34 stuff.
2012-05-07 12:06:04 PM
1 votes:

AntonChigger: Seriously though, you can love and tolerate without having a creepy obsession with a show for little girls. There's a difference between being a kid at heart and this... fetish, and you guys have crossed it.

/I'm sure you're all wonderful human beings


I'm not a fan myself, but it is certainly not just a little girls' show. Think more Animaniacs...obviously a children's show but with continual subtle humor directed at adults. Its been a very successful model for quite a while, Spongebob definitely had elements of it, and Ren and Stimpy was superb.
2012-05-07 12:05:58 PM
1 votes:

AntonChigger: Seriously though, you can love and tolerate without having a creepy obsession with a show for little girls. There's a difference between being a kid at heart and this... fetish, and you guys have crossed it.

/I'm sure you're all wonderful human beings


You should look up the word "fetish" and then go blow yourself with it. :D
2012-05-07 12:02:07 PM
1 votes:

Trentor: Stupid. Grow up you queers, there's nothing 'Bro' about my little pony. All of your dad's need to slap you.


Huh. Can I infer from this that you're both a closeted, self-hating homosexual and a closeted, self-hating brony? What an interesting combination.
2012-05-07 11:59:56 AM
1 votes:
Seriously though, you can love and tolerate without having a creepy obsession with a show for little girls. There's a difference between being a kid at heart and this... fetish, and you guys have crossed it.

/I'm sure you're all wonderful human beings
2012-05-07 11:59:32 AM
1 votes:
scranton.mylittlefacewhen.com
2012-05-07 11:57:50 AM
1 votes:
This Thread is unclean

3.bp.blogspot.com

Purify it!
2012-05-07 11:56:38 AM
1 votes:
Hasbro is already using Kre-o for their products(Transformers, Battleship) which is their Lego offshoot so I'd say a Lego version is not possible.

On the same token, a friend of mine showed me that a The Legend of Zelda/Lego petition reached 10,000 signers and will be taken for review, but Nintendo has worked with K'nex with Mario Kart. Not sure if that's considered competition.

/wants a TLoZ Lego set
//wantwantwantwantwantwant
2012-05-07 11:54:52 AM
1 votes:

theorellior: Trentor: All of your dad's need to slap you.

All of our Dad's what?


Penises?
2012-05-07 11:54:26 AM
1 votes:

The My Little Pony Killer: Trentor: Stupid. Grow up you queers, there's nothing 'Bro' about my little pony. All of your dad's need to slap you.

I'm going to love and tolerate the hell out of you.

/tenderly


Oh, and favorite you as "queer."

/I love it when they pick their own identities!
2012-05-07 11:53:39 AM
1 votes:

Trentor: Stupid. Grow up you queers, there's nothing 'Bro' about my little pony. All of your dad's need to slap you.


I'm going to love and tolerate the hell out of you.

/tenderly
2012-05-07 11:51:56 AM
1 votes:

Trentor: All of your dad's need to slap you.


All of our Dad's what?
2012-05-07 11:02:17 AM
1 votes:
WTF is a Leggo?

Is that related to Leggs pantyhose?
 
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