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2013-05-14 01:00:53 PM  

gopher321: That dude has been reading too many comics. Also, he needs to get laid.

So, what you're really saying is that you can't draw and are envious of those who can.
2013-05-14 03:28:42 PM  
Ah DeviantArt, the internet's one stop-shop for every virus you could ever want infecting your machine.
2013-05-14 09:24:00 PM  

SpiderQueenDemon: Mid_mo_mad_man: Yes I know some of us are a little odd but a " brony" is the scum of the earth. He's turn red blooded males in sissy boys. What "brony" knows about chopping firewood or big game hunting or satisfying a woman? Bronies take over and skills are lost forever.

There are some bronies who already had all the man skills you'd ever want. Men who could rebuild a small-block engine, rewire a house, keep a wife happy and even carry her, pregnant, into the hospital because the orderlies were not moving fast enough. These men were tough, smart, capable and just the sort of men you'd trust to raise a son to be a man's man, even in these pussified modern times.

And then the baby turned out to be a girl.

So when she got to be four and a half years old, the shows she liked to watch best with her Daddy every weekend were 'Top Gear,' a show she pronounced as 'Myffbusters,' and 'My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.'

So this manliest of men, whose only dealings with horses had been helping at the ranch with his parents' Peruvians occasionally and gamely humoring his wife's fondness for old carousels, suddenly got to see this Flash-animated, bug-eyed show about ponies and friendship. He was too much of a gentleman to object, because his little girl loved it so, and in awhile, it started to grow on him.

This is not a man who dabbles or enjoys media casually. He is too much of a man for that. If the television is on at all, it is for a man's program that educates as it entertains, is a sporting event, or both. When he and his daughter got into 'Top Gear,' they also got into modifying her little R/C cars to make them better and faster. After every 'Myffbusters' they'd do a small science 'asper'ment' in the kitchen or garage. So when he watches ponies, he becomes a Brony and he and his little girl enjoy that to the hilt, coloring in pictures, speculating on the background ponies, modifying a household fan so it looks like Rainbow Dash making a Sonic Rainboom and once, bec ...

I love your writing, but you replied to a troll. And the majority of the fandom aren't dads, older brothers, and/or godfathers. But many are good, skilled men and decent role models. As always with any group of humans you'll have trolls, neckbeards, weirdos, and the like, but considering what we've done for charity, for social support, to inspire, and to care, at least from what I've seen (and I know the antithesis exists here too), I'm proud to consider myself a brony.
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