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Calamityfox: For ages 8 and up, and up, and up...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6023crXgIQ[4.bp.blogspot.com image 580x329]
gravy chugging cretin.: So it's kind of like Star Wars then?
adamatari: As an anime fan, I have to ask - are bronies better or worse than adult Precure fans?
browntimmy: I like TV shows too, But I normally don't create or join sub-cultures based around them or consider them a major part of my identity.
A Terrible Human: Maybe if they'd just shut up about it
groppet: Furries are glad the heat is off them now probably.
Jim_Callahan: Look, watching a kid's cartoon is fine. It indicates your literacy level is low if that's your primary form of entertainment, but given that the highest-rated news network is Fox you're not alone in having that problem.Just... do not bother other people with it, that's being annoying, and don't try to make it into a core/dominant part of your identity, that's outright near psychopathic.// Rule of thumb: if you're naming yourself some made-up or grammatically dodgy term based on your hobby, your obsession has become unhealthy. "I'm a gamer" falls into the same general category, as does any cutesy portmanteau describing people that like a certain sport team.
Jim_Callahan: Just... do not bother other people with it, that's being annoying, and don't try to make it into a core/dominant part of your identity, that's outright near psychopathic.
ArcadianRefugee: ./overheard yesterday: two adults discussing Harry Potter fan-fic//cringed
tlchwi02: ShadowLAnCeR: And?50 shades of grey
ShadowLAnCeR: tlchwi02: ShadowLAnCeR: And?50 shades of greyis a great example of bad writing that gets published anyways.
ShadowLAnCeR: is a great example of bad writing that gets published anyways.
DjangoStonereaver: I've got nothing against Bronies, but of all fannish subcultures, it is the one that makes me scratch myhead.
ikanreed: The fans of anything ruin that thing.//Except Ayn Rand, the fans just pile on to why that's terrible.
Prank Call of Cthulhu: I actually forced myself to watch an episode. There was absolutely nothing in there that wasn't aimed at your average eight-year-old. There were exactly zero things aimed at adults.
I was reading fine, up until this point:
"Princess Celestia is amazing... Of all the characters on the show, that's the one I've come to admire the most. She's lived a thousand years and it feels like it..." he tells the camera passionately. "Any adult, who has really gone through it all and been really thoughtful and really caring and anything like that, is going to be a Princess Celestia."
ikanreed: adamatari: As an anime fan, I have to ask - are bronies better or worse than adult Precure fans?Why is this hard? Every group of fans of everything is worse than every other group of fans.
parkerlewis: How does that quote go..."Let it harm none, then do as thou wilt" or something like that.
2chris2: Wrong, as this chart will demonstrate. Note that Bronies are on the same level as Furries.
The My Little Pony Killer: A Terrible Human: Maybe if they'd just shut up about itYou shut up about your interests first.
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