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2013-03-24 10:55:53 AM
7 votes:
Look... It's farking Visual Prozac okay?

It's cute, it's pretty, funny... and quite clever in places. It is a simple story with a good heart and it makes me forget about all the damned pessimistic bullshiat going on everywhere around me, while the leaders of my country sit on their asses and say "NO! U!" over and over again.

I don't know if I buy into this New Sincerity bullshiat or not, but watching the show makes me smile (smile smile) and it just feels good.

If they could bottle it, grow it, or put it in a pill I would take it with me everywhere.
2013-03-24 10:41:24 AM
5 votes:
Even if I loved that show more than life itself I'd never associate myself with the people who claim to like it.
2013-03-24 11:08:02 AM
4 votes:
Bunch of sick twisted f*cks with serious f*cking personality disorders.
2013-03-24 11:14:49 AM
3 votes:

Alphakronik: If you are a grown-ass man, and have a penchant for cartoons designed for little girls, time to pull your head out of your ass, move on out of moms basement and grow a pair of testes. No, you're not ironic and endearing.  You're an embarrassment to our gender.  Grow the fark up and be a man.


Real men don't get embarrassed because other men watch children's television.
2013-03-24 11:10:29 AM
3 votes:
If you are a grown-ass man, and have a penchant for cartoons designed for little girls, time to pull your head out of your ass, move on out of moms basement and grow a pair of testes. No, you're not ironic and endearing.  You're an embarrassment to our gender.  Grow the fark up and be a man.
2013-03-24 08:54:44 AM
3 votes:
When you start to play "mai waifu" with ponies, I think you've gone too far.
2013-03-25 02:27:12 PM
2 votes:

fickenchucker: My point has just been proven. Running away from the Brony handle because too many of the fans went full retard is finally recognizing what everyone has been saying. Welcome back to reality.


I guess you just made an ass out of yourself. In reality, I've been pointing and laughing at the fandom for some time. This letter was comedy gold considering the artist in question proudly and publically has been doing NSFW art long before he did Twilight.

I can enjoy something, and then take comedic schadenfreude from people who seem to be obsessed with it to the point they let it rule their life, you know. Kind of like how many people enjoy Star Trek, yet never manage to go Full Klingon.

You never go full Klingon.

I "ran away" from that login because I got tired of being engaged in Non Sequitors and accusations of trolling in the politics tab whenever I would make a thread calling out some right winged nutcase.

Speaking of, I see your account was created 04/2012. Get off my damn lawn.

fickenchucker: And there's nothing Freudian--it's just fun to play on people's fears about what they think others think.


How is it about "my fear" to point out that it's rather creepy that your thoughts automatically turn to making something sexual or a fetish? Quite frankly, nothing you say or think about me, or anyone else on this board, affects my life in any possible way, shape, or form. You're pretty much irrelevant.

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, but I think the deeper issue than anyone's choice of saturday morning entertainment is your absolutely convinced that anyone who likes something that doesn't fit with their age or gender norms means it's a fetish for them.
2013-03-24 04:33:00 PM
2 votes:
I'm proud to say that my son has stopped watching MLP on Netflix (it's been awhile, actually). Now, it's Ruby Gloom. Whatever; he's five.

Of course, MLP has some awesome moments, if you're paying attention (which I apparently did far too much).

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lh4.googleusercontent.com
2013-03-24 01:07:58 PM
2 votes:

lostcat: What I've learned from this thread:

1. The My Little Pony cartoon that was around when I was a kid is now back in production
2. Some subset of men have decided that it is cool to declare that they are huge fans of the show


This. (Although speaking as a fan, I don't think it was ever cool to declare it. Some of us just don't give a fark. It turned out there were more of us who didn't give a fark than we possibly imagined.)

Holy Banana: You know, it's like this. There's a lot of things across history that have been socially unacceptable on a large scale. The only thing the Internet's down is 'rip down' the veil of so-called society to reveal what's really going on behind the scenes. Despite what people would have you believe, fetishes associated with things like this have been going on for as long as Ug and Thung found a rock shaped like a woman's hooha and hid it from the rest of the tribe.


And this.

R34: If it exists, there is porn of it. No exceptions.
R35: If porn does not exist of it, porn will be made of it.

By R34/R35 the probability of there being R34 of it is 1.0 for every subgroup, but R34 by itself doesn't say anything about the quantity produced. Quantity of R34 material appears directly proportional to size of fanbase, and in the case of MLP, it's a large fanbase. Difficulty of producing fan-generated content (R34 or not) is inversely proportional to the difficulty of producing something that resembles the original assets, and MLP is a 2D vectorized cartoon. If you're looking for some DaVinci x Michaelangelo, you're probably going to find more TMNT than hand-painted reproductions of the Mona Lisa helping Adam plaster the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel while God watches in bemusement.

Holy Banana:
There is a serious problem with that interest blossoming into a full-blown obsession, where you do nothing but live, eat, drink, sleep that idea. And making real life decisions that demonstrate how obsessed you are to the point where you do stuff that the rest of think is crazy batshiat insane. Marrying a cartoon pony, or attempting to, is crazy batshiat insane, and you -do- need professional help.


But also this. There's a line between snark, joking, trolling, R34 for the sake of R35, a genuine fetish, and... and wherever this guy's coming from, which is so far past that line that he couldn't see the line with VLBI. But it's a big internet, and if we've learned nothing else from it, it's that nothing on it should surprise anyone.

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If I were obsessed enough with the show to think that Fluttershy was real, I think I would retain enough presence of mind to know Fluttershy's real reaction to the emo dude playing dead upthread.

Giggle at the ghostie, chuckle at the creepy...
2013-03-24 01:07:24 PM
2 votes:
2013-03-24 12:42:58 PM
2 votes:
You know, it's like this. There's a lot of things across history that have been socially unacceptable on a large scale. The only thing the Internet's down is 'rip down' the veil of so-called society to reveal what's really going on behind the scenes. Despite what people would have you believe, fetishes associated with things like this have been going on for as long as Ug and Thung found a rock shaped like a woman's hooha and hid it from the rest of the tribe.

Whether the lack of that veil is good or bad is essentially irrelevant now, because it is gone, and the only way it'll ever come back is if censorship in all its nasty glory reigns supreme (yeahhh...)

Having said that - There is absolutely nothing wrong with enjoying a show that was intended for a different audience or target market. Hell, there's nothing wrong with getting collectibles or books or other swag that demonstrates your like of said show. I'd even encourage you to hang out with other people that share the same interest as you, because it's fun to share emotional highs with other people (amazing!)

There is a serious problem with that interest blossoming into a full-blown obsession, where you do nothing but live, eat, drink, sleep that idea. And making real life decisions that demonstrate how obsessed you are to the point where you do stuff that the rest of think is crazy batshiat insane. Marrying a cartoon pony, or attempting to, is crazy batshiat insane, and you -do- need professional help.

As far as trolls go... yeah, you guys been around longer than the non-trolls. When Urg found out what Ug and Thung were doing with the rock and harassed 'em non-stop for it by beating them upside the head with a club. All the internet's done is rename 'bully' to 'troll'.

Oh, and if you don't like the show? You're missing out, but I'm not going to say you have to OMGDROPEVERYTHINGGOWATCHRAINBOWDASHSHE'SSOCUTEOMGIWANTOMAKEHERMYWAIFU.  There's probably shows you like I don't. I'm cool with that too. Hating on someone for liking something you don't understand, though... welcome to kindergarten.

/ Admittedly likes the show
// Couple figurines on desk at work because it makes me smile now and then
/// Collectibles are fun - humping collectibles is insanely nasty & creepy
2013-03-24 12:10:20 PM
2 votes:
I've said it before but it bears repeating: I am thankful we did not need this generation to beat Hitler.
2013-03-24 11:58:04 AM
2 votes:
I don't really care if a bunch of lonely loser men like cartoons intended for toddler girls about ponies. I just wish you'd shut the fark up about it. You guys storm into about every thread with your pics.

I am now convinced that you are all pedophiles in training. Whether I'm right or wrong, I'm not alone in my opinion.  Please castrate yourselves and go dry hump your stuffed ponies away from children.
2013-03-24 11:55:22 AM
2 votes:

Zarquon's Flat Tire: Holy good goddamn.

I don't hate on bronies, but you guys can see why shiat like this encourages people to do so right?  Don't do this.  Just really don't.


I believe a lot of it is trolling. While some of it is similar to the folks to dress up as Klingon, etc., a lot of it is a corollary of Poe's law.

Basically, once the idea that there are crazy fans is out there, any characteristics that can be assigned to those crazy fans don't register as completely unbelievable, so it's easy to make up more believable crazy about it. As a result, blogger trolls fishing for hits get tossed in the hopper with the fragment of legitimate crazy, leading to a surplus of counterfeit crazy.
2013-03-24 11:49:00 AM
2 votes:

Teufelaffe: Every time we get a Pony thread around here, it like the chess club deciding to make fun of the model train club for being "losers" and "nerds."


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/What if we're into chess, model trains AND don't mind posting the occasional pony to ruin someone's day?
2013-03-24 11:19:49 AM
2 votes:
Bronies are just socially awkward child-men who feel superior to others and band together because the "mundane" aren't smart enough to "get" them.
2013-03-24 11:11:51 AM
2 votes:

duffblue: I think most people's problems with fans of this show are not unwarranted. Their fans sound like NAMBLA members when they try to defend it.


Fark is a site for children and should only be appreciated by children.  The fact that you're on Fark means that you're really a pedophile and are a sick twisted excuse for a human being and you should die slowly and painfully before you have a chance to sexually assault a child.

Now, defend your like of Fark without sounding like a NAMBLA member.
2013-03-24 10:54:27 AM
2 votes:
Sometimes I miss the days before the internet, when fetishes and erotic fiction were privately made and no one else ever needed know about it unless you actually knew the oddball in question.

However, now the internet is upon us, and we will all bear witness to the Chris-chans of the world.

/no, they will never be your waifu, be they anime character, book character, or yes, even cartoon pony character
//and please don't try to make a tulpa
///and also please don't lump people that like the show in with the mentally unhinged fringe
////slashies
2013-03-24 10:50:34 AM
2 votes:

KawaiiNot: I don't get why some men love that show. I've watched it and I think it's a boring predictable cartoon.


From what I've seen on Fark, it seems like watching MLP is like smoking cigars... if not for the minor ego boost they seem to get from telling other people about it, most adults wouldn't bother doing it at all.
2013-03-24 10:48:40 AM
2 votes:
".....grown men could discuss their love for a cartoon po-"

the-evan.com
2013-03-24 10:41:53 AM
2 votes:
///Should also be noted that my bosses boss had a meeting Friday, gave everyone their assignments for next week, [We're doing a big new IT migration] and followed it up with "Everypony knows what to do right?"

So, it appears I work in BronyCentral... and there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with that!
2013-03-24 10:39:58 AM
2 votes:
I don't get why some men love that show. I've watched it and I think it's a boring predictable cartoon.
2013-03-24 08:20:26 AM
2 votes:
OH COME ON!
2013-03-24 07:40:46 AM
2 votes:
Now that's what I call great and powerful.
2013-03-26 02:00:19 PM
1 votes:
Twilight Farkle:
If half the fanbase's experience with real life has only been high school and college, it may explains part of how its awkwardness is self-inflicted. When a hive mind attempts to run at the speed of the Internet, it tends to overreact in unpredictable ways. When what's at stake in the rest of one's life is comparatively small, everything, including (and perhaps especially) petty differences of opinion over a shared hobby tend to get blown up into Rarityesque meltdowns that asymptotically approach "the show is ruined!" within hours, far too fast for wiser and more moderating influences to take effect.

Yeah. I totally think that the age of the fandom plays a huge part in the massive amount of insecurity a lot of them display. The ones who live and breathe social media seem to require that every single person they interact with get as obsessed as them. I post pony pics on fark because I love seeing people flip out, not because I need validation.
2013-03-25 10:08:17 AM
1 votes:

fickenchucker: Remember "Bronymedic" would always go apeshiat in these threads and defend how cool he was, prattling on about studly guns and his paramedic escapades?

Haven't seen him in a while--maybe he finally got a clue and changed his handle.

Everyone appreciates the occasional joke in a kid's show, but pretending it's normal to get all wide-eyed and sport chubbies about pastel-colored little-girl ponies is creepy.  Definitely the first steps towards cruising the used car ads for low-mileage white panel vans.


I'm right here, idiot. Of course, I'm of the opinion it's pretty creepy that you turn my 30 minute Saturday viewing habits into a sexual fetish. I guess Freud did have some things right about people.


/really?
/
2013-03-25 08:45:57 AM
1 votes:
Remember "Bronymedic" would always go apeshiat in these threads and defend how cool he was, prattling on about studly guns and his paramedic escapades?

Haven't seen him in a while--maybe he finally got a clue and changed his handle.

Everyone appreciates the occasional joke in a kid's show, but pretending it's normal to get all wide-eyed and sport chubbies about pastel-colored little-girl ponies is creepy.  Definitely the first steps towards cruising the used car ads for low-mileage white panel vans.
2013-03-25 08:20:38 AM
1 votes:

Novart: Bronies = child molesters whores and attention whores molesters

2013-03-25 07:40:17 AM
1 votes:
Bronies = child molesters and attention whores
2013-03-24 07:35:07 PM
1 votes:
What about these lovely Fluttershys I took at a con? (Especially the middle one)
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2013-03-24 07:14:15 PM
1 votes:

ravenlore: OMG, what an awesome and adorable Derpy.


Sometimes the best cosplay comes from picking a two or three recognizable traits and emphasizing the hell out of them. The details take care of themselves. All in favor, say "aye!"

i.imgur.com

"The eyes have it!"
2013-03-24 06:51:47 PM
1 votes:
OMG, what an awesome and adorable Derpy.
2013-03-24 05:45:52 PM
1 votes:

Twilight Farkle: And adulthood. It was the Benny Hill reference (a chase to a tune with a more-than-suspicious resemblance to Yakety Sax) in the third episode that kept me going.


Quite personally, one of the things that keeps me in the fandom, albeit far, far away from people like the TFA describes, is the artwork.

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Well, that and the Cosplayers:
2013-03-24 04:38:16 PM
1 votes:
I don't hate the show, I watched 6 episodes and it really didn't hold my interest.  I don't hate people for liking the show, or even being sexually attracted to it, if that's what you want to do in private well... it's a little weird but go ahead.  But please... I'm begging you... stop clogging up the Internet with your @#$%!! pony pictures!!
i47.tinypic.com
2013-03-24 04:36:49 PM
1 votes:

doglover: lewismarktwo: This is the thread to post your moronic pony shiat, so get it out of your system.
Just for you.


Meanwhile, on the other side of the Portal to Equestria...

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Nyan Cat just got 20% sillier!
2013-03-24 04:36:29 PM
1 votes:

belhade: I'm proud to say that my son has stopped watching MLP on Netflix (it's been awhile, actually). Now, it's Ruby Gloom. Whatever; he's five.

Of course, MLP has some awesome moments, if you're paying attention (which I apparently did far too much).

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2013-03-24 02:24:42 PM
1 votes:

kitsuneymg:
I think it's due to the somewhat shared persecution complex the fandom has, that we're a bit more tolerant of deviant behavior, as a whole, than say, Alabama. That could also be due to the fact most of the fandom is under 21 and internet savvy. Whatever the cause, it seems a lot of crazies feel like they can glom themselves onto bronies and be accepted. As someone who has spent a lot of time writing and drawing fan stuff for this show, as someone who is probably in "too deep", let me just say, this is farked up and creepy.


(Naw, you're not too far gone. Keep doing what you're doing, your work made my morning coffee much more pleasant.)

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Now that I've had my morning coffee... Well, rule 63 was established as part of show canon at the end of Season 3, Episode 5, "Magic Duel." (Poor Applejack!), so he's got that going for him... In context, I thought the pony-in-real-life photoshopping was hilarious - Lyra, put down the axe, that's Pinkie's job - although it makes it much easier for everyone else to take things out of context.

If half the fanbase's experience with real life has only been high school and college, it may explains part of how its awkwardness is self-inflicted. When a hive mind attempts to run at the speed of the Internet, it tends to overreact in unpredictable ways. When what's at stake in the rest of one's life is comparatively small, everything, including (and perhaps especially) petty differences of opinion over a shared hobby tend to get blown up into Rarityesque meltdowns that asymptotically approach "the show is ruined!" within hours, far too fast for wiser and more moderating influences to take effect.

i.imgur.com

When TNG came out and Picard didn't immediately resort to "fark the aliens or blow them up", there were trekkers who said Star Trek(:TOS) was ruined. When DS9 got the idea from B5 to start using story arcs instead of the episodic format, there were trekkers said ST:TNG was ruined. When Voyag... OK, by that point, this analogy is breaking down horribly, but the first two count!
2013-03-24 01:23:20 PM
1 votes:
Jesus Christ.

Seriously, some people take it too farking far. I am totally a fan of MLP, but I can't stand a good half of the jackasses who also like the show. Especially the ones who don't like the show and just hang around the fandom. But it's people like TFA that make me wish I'd never been entranced by these pastel horses.

Twilight Farkle: MLP is a 2D vectorized cartoon


Yeah. It's pretty easy to make something that looks like the show. even I can do it.

I think it's due to the somewhat shared persecution complex the fandom has, that we're a bit more tolerant of deviant behavior, as a whole, than say, Alabama. That could also be due to the fact most of the fandom is under 21 and internet savvy. Whatever the cause, it seems a lot of crazies feel like they can glom themselves onto bronies and be accepted. As someone who has spent a lot of time writing and drawing fan stuff for this show, as someone who is probably in "too deep", let me just say, this is farked up and creepy.

Also, Kev is a pretty cool guy. It's hilarious he got this mail though. I mean, he's far more likely to draw rule 63 (Dusk Shine) than actual Twilight.
2013-03-24 01:21:14 PM
1 votes:
My wife and I both enjoy it, despite not being the target audience. We also just finished Regular Show. My days as an early 20's pot smoking slacker are over, so I'm probably not the target audience for that show either. We're about to start Adventure Time. 
Good TV is good TV. I'm not going to dress up like a pony and go to a con, but it's an enjoyable show that we liked to watch just before heading off to bad. Sort of a palette cleanser after stuff like Breaking Bad or Parenthood. Something light an airy after a heavy meal. 
I often go outside my target demographic.
I'm not a teenage lesbian but I love Tegan and Sara and even paid extra for a meet and greet and photo. My wife and I were the only married heterosexuals in that line.
2013-03-24 12:39:23 PM
1 votes:
I've never seen an MLP episode, but I love brony threads. Some people, on both sides, take it way too seriously. There are some who rage so hard I have to assume they're uncomfortable with their own feelings and want to show outward anger to make sure everyone knows they're not bronies.

rappy: Bunch of sick twisted f*cks with serious f*cking personality disorders.


Yeah, you. You remind me of a closeted gay person, standing up in front of all his congregation and telling them how much of a sin homosexuality is.

Live n' let live, who cares? I don't even believe these bronies who want to marry horses are real, I think they're all doing it for a joke, or a troll, but even if they are real, who cares? There's 3 of them. We're not going to die because of it.
2013-03-24 12:37:30 PM
1 votes:
What I've learned from this thread:

1. The My Little Pony cartoon that was around when I was a kid is now back in production
2. Some subset of men have decided that it is cool to declare that they are huge fans of the show
2013-03-24 11:49:12 AM
1 votes:

Meethos: LowbrowDeluxe:

People posted funny pictures on the internet?

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There's an internet subculture that revolves around fetishized representations of children's Owl reaction gifs?


Probably
2013-03-24 11:35:23 AM
1 votes:
People who do this are to be made fun of, I mean those marrying fiction characters or objects. I don't care if it's Twilight Sparkle, a pillow, a video game character, or any of these weird things on this list you've got a problem. As a brony myself I love the characters, but they're characters...on a TV show. Now maybe if a real person adopts the personality of the character and you marry them, that's a little less weird, but still...come on guy. Personally I don't support shipping or R34 with ponies, it's the internet, I know it's out there just for that reason alone, but I don't endorse it or engage with it.
_______
Now there are some responses to give:

Slaxl: What about all the times someone didn't write a letter defending the honour of their imaginary pony wife? Why doesn't anyone ever talk about those times?

Valid point
____

Alphakronik: If you are a grown-ass man, and have a penchant for cartoons designed for little girls, time to pull your head out of your ass, move on out of moms basement and grow a pair of testes. No, you're not ironic and endearing.  You're an embarrassment to our gender.  Grow the fark up and be a man.

1/10
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Buttle not Tuttle: From the MTV article:

The writer here might be a troll. He might have sent this letter to Kevinsano hoping it would be posted, go viral, and humiliate the entire Bronie movement. It also might be very real. Which is rough.

That's the really unique thing about Internet culture: it doesn't necessarily matter whether we are sincere or not for an event like this to become a big deal. Everyone is anonymous, everyone at least feels like there will be no real life blowback for the things they say, what does it matter if you say you are going to marry a cartoon character?


Some of my thoughts exactly. Furthermore trolls on the internet are more a sign of serious social problem than your average brony.
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Shadow Blasko: 9 Damned months till we get some new episodes.

I feel you.
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to wrap this all up...
pinkie.mylittlefacewhen.com
2013-03-24 11:34:29 AM
1 votes:

WhippingBoy: Bronies Liters are just socially awkward child-men who feel superior to others and band together because the "mundane" aren't smart enough to "get" them.


FTFY


I kid, of course, but maybe people who spend time on FARK should be spending a little less time worrying about what others enjoy doing with their time.  Every time we get a Pony thread around here, it like the chess club deciding to make fun of the model train club for being "losers" and "nerds."
2013-03-24 11:32:13 AM
1 votes:

Alphakronik:  I'm worried about biatches watering down the gene pool.


Not much to worry about. The first and last time they've seen a vagina in real life was when they were born.
2013-03-24 11:22:00 AM
1 votes:

WhippingBoy: Bronies are just socially awkward child-men who feel superior to others and band together because the "mundane" aren't smart enough to "get" them.


The same could be said about almost any fan club, sports group, or fan base
2013-03-24 11:21:09 AM
1 votes:

Shadow Blasko: Look... It's farking Visual Prozac okay?

It's cute, it's pretty, funny... and quite clever in places. It is a simple story with a good heart and it makes me forget about all the damned pessimistic bullshiat going on everywhere around me, while the leaders of my country sit on their asses and say "NO! U!" over and over again.

I don't know if I buy into this New Sincerity bullshiat or not, but watching the show makes me smile (smile smile) and it just feels good.

If they could bottle it, grow it, or put it in a pill I would take it with me everywhere.



Whatever tickles your pickle dude, but understand that most everyone else thinks that shiat is weird and hilariously farked up. So it gets made fun of. Doesn't help that you bronies flood random threads with ponies, making yourselves targets of ridicule.
2013-03-24 11:09:16 AM
1 votes:

Shadow Blasko: Look... It's farking Visual Prozac okay?

It's cute, it's pretty, funny... and quite clever in places. It is a simple story with a good heart and it makes me forget about all the damned pessimistic bullshiat going on everywhere around me, while the leaders of my country sit on their asses and say "NO! U!" over and over again.

I don't know if I buy into this New Sincerity bullshiat or not, but watching the show makes me smile (smile smile) and it just feels good.

If they could bottle it, grow it, or put it in a pill I would take it with me everywhere.


There's a difference between "liking" something and "embarrassing yourself" over something.
2013-03-24 11:05:19 AM
1 votes:

Shadow Blasko: Look... It's farking Visual Prozac okay?

It's cute, it's pretty, funny... and quite clever in places. It is a simple story with a good heart and it makes me forget about all the damned pessimistic bullshiat going on everywhere around me, while the leaders of my country sit on their asses and say "NO! U!" over and over again.

I don't know if I buy into this New Sincerity bullshiat or not, but watching the show makes me smile (smile smile) and it just feels good.

If they could bottle it, grow it, or put it in a pill I would take it with me everywhere.


This is pretty much my take on it, too.

And fans like the ones in TFA are the reason I don't talk much about enjoying the show.
2013-03-24 11:04:26 AM
1 votes:

Strolpol: /no, they will never be your waifu, be they anime character, book character, or yes, even cartoon pony character


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/hotter than "Fister Roboto"
2013-03-24 11:02:21 AM
1 votes:
I think most people's problems with fans of this show are not unwarranted. Their fans sound like NAMBLA members when they try to defend it.
2013-03-24 10:53:09 AM
1 votes:
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2013-03-24 10:50:04 AM
1 votes:
Oh, and this is the gentleman in question.

Obamacare will cover mental health, right?

i49.tinypic.com
2013-03-24 10:49:26 AM
1 votes:
FTFA "I'm in a committed relationship with my Twiley. By that I mean I don't date anyone else, I don't sleep with anyone else..."

Something tells me he wasn't exactly fighting women off before this commitment.
2013-03-24 09:19:04 AM
1 votes:

Counter_Intelligent: When you start to play "mai waifu" with ponies, I think you've gone too far.


What's all this about.

-clicks link.-

i48.tinypic.com

i48.tinypic.com

No. shiat. No farkin' way. This is hilarious. No one can be this pathetic.

s1.ibtimes.com

Nope. I stand corrected.

www.freakipedia.net

Yeah. Yeah Internet. I get it. Some very, very strange people out there.
 
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