Gunny Dont give a f. . So I' m a Marine Corps Officer and the majority of my staff are senior enlisted (staff sergeants, Gunnery sergeants and so on) therefore  Gunny Dont give a f So I' m Marine Corps Officer and the majority of my staff are senior enlisted (staff sergeants Gunnery so on) therefore
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So I' m a Marine Corps Officer and the majority
of my staff are senior enlisted (staff sergeants,
Gunnery sergeants and so on)
therefore most of them have wives and kids
and have all seen frozen. For the past few
weeks have been singing several songs from
the movie (l have not seen it) and it has begun
to run me down.
One day my tallest most jacked and black
gunny knocks on my office door with a big
smile on his face and before he says anything I
go "Damnit Gunny, I don' t want to build a
snow man"
Without missing a beat he goes
but sir, it doesn' t HAVE to be a snow man!"
damnit Gunny.
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User avatar #62 - dakingxd [OP]
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FROZEN HOW DID I GET HERE
User avatar #3 - shinigamigod
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I'm not criticising in anyway, this is a legit question that I would like to know the answer of.
Why is it normal for everyone of all ages and demographics to enjoy Disney princess films such as Frozen, but watching MLP is weird? Again, not trying to have a go at anyone, just asking a question.
#4 to #3 - anon id: f0dad2dc
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Liking MLP itself isnt weird. Its the fact people obsess over it, dedicate their life to it, buy the toys and sexualize the show, using it as an escape for their own empty lives rather then to enrich.

And its really the normal viewers who legit just enjoy the show are simply getting a terrible reputation over the neckbeards who whack it to Applejack in between working on their Rarity rape fanfic.

Personally i dont give a **** about any of these, aslong as they keep their sick **** away from me.
#14 to #4 - geofalke
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thank God someone gets it. personally I enjoy the show quit a bit and a few of the fans are good people, but now a lot of "bronies" i use the term lightly are insufferable, trollish, raging assholes who **** us chill fans by association.

mfw asshat bronies
User avatar #16 to #14 - rennat
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Yeah, I used to be in a couple groups but they just got really weird. So, I left. Now, I don't even like mentioning to other Bronies I meet that I am as well for fear.
User avatar #37 to #16 - kandazz
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I don't even associate with the term brony anymore. Though I will readily admit to enjoying the show. The porn however has never bothered me because the internet and a weeaboo phase has nearly completely corrupted my libido. I think I used 'libido' right.
User avatar #48 to #37 - rennat
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Yes, I believe you libido'd correctly. He, she, me, libido. The study libidology. It's first grade, really. Please get the reference.
#54 to #48 - kindofhappy
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#56 to #54 - kindofhappy
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User avatar #74 to #48 - goobyman
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did you set it to libido?
User avatar #73 to #14 - goobyman
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i don't consider myself a brony anymore, i just watch the show now... bronies have become too weird.
SFW random used to be called the brony board, but i never saw a connection between the two as most of the posts don't contain ponies. Also, quite a few non-show watchers go there to have some absolutely random discussions.
#68 to #14 - anon id: 102c3a57
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that sounds so cheesey, you fell for it like everyone else didnt you?
User avatar #146 to #4 - Thundergod
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Would that be... Applewhacking it?
#122 to #4 - thelastelephant
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#51 to #4 - bann
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Because of the intended audience.

Disney made Frozen knowing that parents would see it too. Someone had to take them to the theaters, it was gear toward them as much as children. MLP...was meant for girls to watch so the parents could have peace of mind for 30 minutes or so. I'm not here to spread hate, that's just what it was meant for
User avatar #61 to #51 - shinigamigod
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I should mention, that the writers of the show themselves have mentioned they write it for children plus the parents who would quite likely be sitting there to having to watch it They even said it wasn't just written for girls either, I mean I watched Power Puff girls when I was younger... . Not all parents would put their in front of the screen and then walk away, a lot would be sitting there watching it. Its quite similar to a lot of children cartoons, they have to put stuff adults would understand/enjoy so they're not completely losing their mind whilst watching it, much like Disney films.
#69 to #4 - anon id: 102c3a57
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welcome to the internet
#67 to #4 - anon id: 102c3a57
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stopped reading at the first line because it was wrong and thats the basis of the argument

people can obsess (the special people like those guys who plaster there walls in anime) but they dont dedicate their lives to it
people buy toys bu in the long run whats really so bad about that? the customer has a new toy and the company gets money
as for sexuality... pepper pig rule 34, seriously, tell me whats worse

and for the last line "i dont care" making the comment clearly showing what you think is more than enough to show you care enough to use stereotypes but not enough to thunk clearly
#7 to #4 - anon id: becdd604
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implying people aren't also doing that to frozen as well. or any other media.
#9 to #7 - anon id: 887d8169
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implying that you see people who worship other things so fervently, openly and disgustingly like the mlp neckbeards do
User avatar #26 to #9 - soerd
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welcome to the internet, I'm sorry to be the one to inform you but that is completely true.
User avatar #125 to #4 - KINGOFTHESTARS
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sounds like frozen
User avatar #5 to #3 - captinchikin
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I feel like Disney makes their movies now as both a kids' film and a tribute to the older generation who watched their older work. There is tons of stuff in all of those movies that younger audiences won't be able to appreciate for a good few years. People say MLP is like that too, but I honestly haven't noticed it done well from the few episodes I was forced into watching.
#70 to #3 - anon id: 102c3a57
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because bronies are happy with who they are
User avatar #71 to #3 - semo
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part of it is also that MLP is directed for kids and the way that people sexualize it is more then a bit odd.

Disney on the other hand, although targeted at children, purposely create the film so it appeals to a larger audience. There wasnt any sex jokes, however using characters like Olaf who is a comic relief to many. It also deals with many issues that people can relate to, while MLP can seem a bit cheesy and too kiddish.
User avatar #78 to #71 - shinigamigod
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People don't sexualise Disney stuff?
User avatar #83 to #78 - semo
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well they do but its not as obvious as MLP.
User avatar #84 to #83 - shinigamigod
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I'd say the difference is that those who wanted it specifically went to go find it/make it and it made a community in itself that got too out of hand too quickly (comment #8 for example)
User avatar #76 to #3 - rarityrarityrarity
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basically bronies are autistic as ****** and ruined the show so everyone hates them along with the show.
User avatar #109 to #3 - hudis
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As I see it, the reason why Frozen is so popular is that it's the first truly 90s Disney-style film since, well, the 90s. It's a nostalgia kick for both people who grew up during the 90s and people who had kids during the 90s. It's hard to pinpoint exactly what it is, but there is just something in the story, the dialogue, the songs and the general feeling of the film that is _ just so 90s Disney_.

So that's why it's a-okay for everyone to like Frozen without question.
User avatar #108 to #3 - lean
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Also, Disney movies tend to be worth the watch.
User avatar #45 to #3 - burningsmurfs
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Funny that you mention that, my girlfriend was mad that I let her son watch the little mermaid because it's a girls disney movie. I was like woman, disney is good for all ages it's family ****. And he watches my little pony nonstop anyway I swear he has seen like every youtube video that involves ponies in any way.
User avatar #80 to #3 - RealRune
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Disney films are intentionally made with adult audiences, not neccesarily targeted but kept in mind. I assume this is because parents tend to take children to watch them and it makes sense to try to make them enjoy it so they're more likely to take their kids.

MLP kinda speaks for itself dontcha think?
User avatar #82 to #80 - shinigamigod
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Kids cartoons, including MLP is also made knowing that parents will likely (not always but sometimes) be watching along side their kids to. Just think of all the classic cartoons with all the jokes we didn't understand but do now as they were directed to the parents.
User avatar #85 to #82 - RealRune
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Some do, most don't really.
I have 4 younger siblings so I've seen a lot of kids shows and can safely say that it's only a rare few that actually do this, at least these days.
And I simply wouldn't include MLP in that list. They may have started to do so, but that was AFTER the whole bronie thing developed.
User avatar #86 to #85 - shinigamigod
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It would of had to come from somewhere though, if it was just a few autistic kids who got into it, it'd of been shrugged at, maybe mocked a little then swept away and ignored like most internet things, yet something sparked it off, therefore there must be something within it beyond the little kid aspect that makes it appeasing.
User avatar #87 to #86 - RealRune
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True enough.

Tbh, the main reason is that adults, adult men really, getting more excited about magical little ponies than little girls is always gonna be weird.
User avatar #88 to #87 - shinigamigod
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Well its just unusual because that's the way society went with its specifying of what each sex can/should enjoy. Whereas if you were to completely remove that from it and break it down on show qualities alone it wouldn't be perceived as weird, as a lot of people who just enjoy the show and don't go down the weird parts all comment on its writing and characters ect ect.
User avatar #89 to #88 - RealRune
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I know what you mean, I have a few friends that used to watch it and they'd always bring these points up.
Feels like they're trying to justify themselves though.
There are so many shows in existence that you could easily find one with the same qualities without the ponies and yet they choose the ponies.
User avatar #90 to #89 - shinigamigod
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Well, you don't have to stop watching something just because on one factor, if you like it, you like it, not much you can do about that.
Its not really a justification though, its the same as explaining why you like anything, be it a tv show, a drink/food, music, whatever, you explain the qualities of it which make it enjoyable for yourself.
User avatar #91 to #90 - RealRune
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I'm just saying that's a direct impression I get when people bring these points up as why they enjoy the show.
It seems like they feel they need to have an intelectual/adult reason to watch it when really they like watching ponies do stupid **** and singing songs.
User avatar #92 to #91 - shinigamigod
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I think it ties in more with the social stigma though... People say they like it and the other person then forgets that there are certain stimuli which make people enjoy something because of the social expectations which are used to predict something.
If someone told me they listen to Dubstep, Rock, Rap, whatever, I would just accept it and move on. If someone told me they like watching Supernatural, Dexter, The Big Bang Theory or whatever, I can would just accept that and move on. But when someone tells you they enjoy something which doesn't register to you as something that is considered common/normal of your expectations you require some explanation, at which point they remind you of all the points (story, characters ect ect) that make something enjoyable.
User avatar #93 to #92 - RealRune
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I getcha.

Nonetheless, adults seem to enjoy the show more than it's target audience. That's why it's considered so strange. Then it escalated and the internet made it a big thing.
I'll accept that there may be some parts that are aimed at an older audience but the fact remains that the main target is little girls.
User avatar #95 to #93 - shinigamigod
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Of course, but many things branch out of their target audience, Pokémon would be a good example, in fact many computer games would fit into this category. Heck the adoration to Spongebob is still alive and well in many people yet it is directed at young children.

I think what the main issue is is the internet culture is starting to become less and less hidden. A lot of people, not everyone but a lot of people had that guilty pleasure they liked but wouldn't speak about it to people they knew personally and just enjoyed it in their own time.
These were not entirely unique and a lot of people around the globe had the same, the internet brought them all together where they can all discuss it and share whatever the created about it.
As the internet culture becomes more and more understood and used, it starts to leak out into society, so people who once kept all their not so socially common enjoyments behind closed doors, now see that all around the world many people have the same interests and therefore are willing to be more open about it.
Society just hasn't quite caught up that people like different things, sometimes small differences, sometimes significant.
User avatar #96 to #95 - RealRune
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How is Pokemon a good example? Or Spongebob?
Neither have any appeal to an adult, or rather, to a mature audience.
Spongebob maaaybe sometimes, but it just gets annoying.
Only reason anyone other than children have any liking for them is because they watched them as children.
Games are different though, most games are aimed at an audience based on genre as opposed to age.



Hmmm, fair point. I find it more to be that things tend to escalate to quickly on the internet and just reach ridiculous proportions. Then there are people that think that that is acceptable in society.
User avatar #99 to #96 - shinigamigod
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By good example, I mean things which are targeted at children but have a older fan base. I know plenty of people who did not watch/play them as a child but liked them as an adult. People don't grow up, they just learn how to act in public I'm quoting that from someone forget who As for games I was going for a bit of a stretch on that one, but there are plenty of childish looking casual games which were intended for children that older audiences will play.

I think the reason for their escalation on the internet is purely based on the way it works. In real life, if you like something everyone would find weird you (normally) keep quiet about it and it just stays as it is, whereas on the internet you can go to places where you are literally surrounded by people who like it to with no one there to provide a counter point, and those that do are branded as trolls and are simply ignored, thus the thing which brings it down to a normal level is gone and it goes out of control very quickly.

Compare it to something that'd be perceived as normal, say watching the TV show The Mentalist, you'd discuss it with friends and perhaps one of them doesn't like the show, it either then becomes a discussion as to why and both sides expand their ideas and have different perspectives, or for the sake of a friendly atmosphere you find a different common ground.
On the Internet this doesn't exist, it has specific areas for specific interests and so no middle ground is ever found and it is free to just grow and grow.
#8 to #3 - nuclearchurro
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Because of **** like this.
#15 to #8 - saltcat
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I'm utterly horrified that people actually did this.
User avatar #131 to #15 - garaichu
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"People"'s a little too much for them don't you think...
#100 to #8 - ciacheczko
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User avatar #75 to #8 - goobyman
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you can see her rolls of fat comic out over the... bondage...
gonna hurl...
#12 - bigsaltyballs
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the image of grown adult men in woodland cammies with thier sleeves rolled up so tight  their muscles are bulging prancing around singing that makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside
the image of grown adult men in woodland cammies with thier sleeves rolled up so tight their muscles are bulging prancing around singing that makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside
#22 to #12 - anon id: 6aca8ab8
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You don't roll sleeves on woodland cammies, only the deserts
User avatar #39 to #22 - meierme
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did they bring it back? when i got out they told us not to roll our sleeves anymore
User avatar #127 to #39 - meganinja
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I'm at a military academy and I always see the Marine options roll up their desert camo sleeves.
User avatar #141 to #127 - meierme
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ok, i got out in 2012 so they must have brought it back than
User avatar #129 to #12 - Kelsenial
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Would you say it warmed your big salty balls?
#66 to #12 - fuzzysixx
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Is this based god Dugan Ashley? My only interaction with him
#59 - bantime
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Is this seriously how the Us is wasting our tax payer money! i really hope the troops get back to doing **** anytime soon because i aint paying taxes until they get back to work
User avatar #152 to #59 - stormietheraver
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the typical enlisted recruit makes less than 25 grand a year and has a harder job than you. you can kiss their star spangled asses, faggot
User avatar #133 to #59 - KazumaKyu
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It's April 23rd, you ponce.

You've already paid your taxes.
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User avatar #98 to #59 - moviexplain
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Seeing how you're obviously 16, you don't even pay taxes.
User avatar #103 to #59 - dasbrot
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Seeing how the US is still considered to the most powerful military force in the world for 70 years, I'd say they're doing their job pretty good. They can have fun for a little bit if they want to.
#102 to #59 - oosulley
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Trolling people on posts that have anything to do with the military is like shooting fish in a barrel on this site
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User avatar #104 to #59 - technobanana
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What about R&R?
#111 to #104 - yourfavoritetroll
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I don't think she knows about R&R
User avatar #121 to #59 - roninneko
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Right. Because you've never made a joke around the office- ohhhh, wait, you're probably unemployed, aren't you?

Plus, it's peacetime. They don't have much to do except wash rocks until someone else decides to pull some ****.
#130 to #59 - cazabrow
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Always some cunt going on about the "tax payer's money" in a military related post.
Always some cunt going on about the "tax payer's money" in a military related post.
#63 to #59 - dissectedtesticle
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so the military cant have fun.
so the military cant have fun.
#65 to #63 - youxbarstard
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Dude, when you see comments like this look at their profile first.
It'll let you know if it's worth making replying.
#64 to #59 - craptola
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Yeah, how dare they have some on the job banter.
#138 to #64 - anon id: f9c75eef
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Hello there, nice weather, huh?
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#18 - anon id: dc4ee6da
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Unpopular opinion time?
Unpopular opinion time.

Movies such as Frozen and Tangled are made for children, and are not ******* enjoyable to watch as someone over the age of 9.

The 20-something year old men that claim Frozen as one of their favorite movies are just sad, and need to grow the **** up.
#53 to #18 - anon id: 40daee8b
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******, there are grown ass men who watch My little pony.
I don't think people care about whether the movie was made for children anymore
User avatar #116 to #18 - thebritishguy
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Who the **** just states that something isn't enjoyable for an age group, it's so evident that you are wrong, even from the start of the post where it says adults liked it, at that poinbt you knew that you were wrong but you continued to write this ****!
#160 to #18 - aerosol
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Dude, they were ******* made by people over the age of 9.
Dude, they were ******* made by people over the age of 9.
User avatar #19 to #18 - Nihatclodra
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Growing up is optional.
#21 to #19 - anon id: dc4ee6da
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Thats ridiculous
User avatar #24 to #21 - Nihatclodra
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You like what you like. If you like childish things, then you like childish things. Growing older is inevitable, but growing up is optional. Just because you don't like things that target outside your demographic, doesn't mean others can't.
#52 to #24 - herpderpaids
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I don't know about anyone else here, but one life goal for EVERYONE in my family is to reach 65 years of age and be told to grow up.
User avatar #55 to #52 - Nihatclodra
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I like that goal, I shall adopt it.
#57 to #55 - herpderpaids
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#49 to #18 - deathlos
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i will forever disagree with this till they come out with a "Children's" movie that doesn't have innuendo's that you don't understand till your an adult.
User avatar #101 to #18 - heartbleed
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I just hate the obsession. The show it'self is fine, I just hate the extremist fans that bring it up all the ******* time.
#97 to #18 - teranin
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Anon just confused the concept of "family" entertainment with "children's" entertainment.

Family entertainment tackles adult concepts subtly, and can be enjoyed by anyone of any age. Examples are Disney movies, Pixar movies, Star Wars, etc

Children's entertainment is represented by shows like Dora the Explorer and the Wiggles, things that make adults want to blow their brains out but that kids love.

Your opinion isn't unpopular, it's ignorant.
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User avatar #25 to #18 - soerd
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There are two kinds of movies for children, movies made exclusively for children which are made by idiots who greatly underestimate children and talk down to the audience constantly and movies that are made to be watchable by children but still made as quality works which are intended to tel a story etc. movies like tangled and frozen are "kids" movies only in the respect that they lack swearing/gore etc. which are absolutely not necessary to a good movie. I can understand if some people just don't like those kinds of movies, but saying that nobody over 9 could ever like them is just plain stupid. Making such an immature statement indicates that you're probably the one who needs to "grow up".
#119 - dubh
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The thought of Marines singing Disney songs makes me happy
The thought of Marines singing Disney songs makes me happy
User avatar #142 to #119 - butwhynot
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(04/23/2014) [-]
Full Metal Jacket - Mickey Mouse song I second this, if I was a drill instructer I'd make my recruits sing Disney songs as they march, instead of the usual military stuff. Or does the singing only happen in the movies? I know absolutely nothing about the army.
#173 to #142 - anon id: b69fe0c2
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god forbid you call a marine a soldier to his face. marines are marines army is soldiers
User avatar #153 to #142 - dagold
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we do cadence, but they are becoming more and more restricted in tradoc. Once you get to the operational army, anything goes as long as it goes in step.
User avatar #126 to #119 - thebellboy
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(04/23/2014) [-]
up thumb for cas.
#137 to #126 - comicexplain
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(04/23/2014) [-]
Every time.
Every time.
User avatar #20 - theugandanhero
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(04/23/2014) [-]
Never seen Frozen.
No regerts.
User avatar #29 to #20 - yunoavailable
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(04/23/2014) [-]
It's a decent movie but everyone over hypes it. honestly would have been happier if it didn't exist just because then no one would be singing those ******* songs
User avatar #30 to #29 - coconuthat
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(04/23/2014) [-]
dude just 'Let it Go'
User avatar #32 to #30 - yunoavailable
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(04/23/2014) [-]
lol, **** you
User avatar #33 to #32 - coconuthat
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(04/23/2014) [-]
No Ragrets!
User avatar #124 to #33 - blokrokker
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(04/23/2014) [-]
Not even a single letter?
User avatar #165 to #124 - coconuthat
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(04/23/2014) [-]
haha nope! That's what i live by!
User avatar #31 to #29 - theugandanhero
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Thank God I've only heard it once and that was at the Oscars I think
#77 - izayoisakuya
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User avatar #134 to #77 - meatygoodness
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jokeexplain?
User avatar #156 to #134 - mrmystery
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That is Rue from the Hunger Games. She has a spear hurled at her, and is impaled and dies in the protagonist's arms.
User avatar #154 to #134 - oneentity
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It's Rue from Hunger Games. She died after being impaled by a spear.

For the future, it's jokexplain no jokeexplain. ;)
#132 to #77 - fournum
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Why?   
   
Why would you do this?   
   
I'm afraid you must die now!
Why?

Why would you do this?

I'm afraid you must die now!
#105 to #77 - bocatadesesos
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#157 to #105 - anon id: 77155bff
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Is that Boku no pico?
User avatar #159 to #157 - greycatmon
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Yep.
#36 - deathlos
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I thought Gunny was 1st Earth not Second Earth!
User avatar #128 to #36 - srslyjakecease
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(04/23/2014) [-]
It's been so long since I read those... thank you.
User avatar #144 to #36 - Ruspanic
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(04/23/2014) [-]
He's a Traveler, he can go to Second Earth if he wants.
#149 to #36 - tailsx
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(04/23/2014) [-]
I love that series.
#46 to #36 - killkingdarkblade
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(04/23/2014) [-]
You...you. I see what you did there. And I love you for it.
#38 to #36 - Zeeter
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holy ****, a Pendragon reference, I love you
#11 - artyomthefirst
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Semper Fidelis. Marine Corps Capt. Myself good post brother. I ask what is your MOS mine is 0317 Scout Sniper yours?
#171 to #11 - artyomthefirst
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0203* Sorry guys didn't mean to cause confusion.
#174 to #11 - anon id: 0714628e
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0317 is an enlisted MOS.

Captain is not an enlisted rank.
#34 to #11 - septicexplain
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lol I;m guessing you're arty because of your name? 0311 here waiting on getting the go ahead for the SS indoc.
#47 to #34 - anon id: 42334049
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"artyom the first"
#13 to #11 - bigsaltyballs
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hey captain. go **** yourself you cant NJP that which does not exist. also i dont think you're 0317. most scouts dont brag about that. unless you're some POG that was assigned to them
hey captain. go **** yourself you cant NJP that which does not exist. also i dont think you're 0317. most scouts dont brag about that. unless you're some POG that was assigned to them
#35 to #13 - septicexplain
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(04/23/2014) [-]
lol love seeing officers get shut the **** down you boys Lances too? MOS's?
#27 to #13 - rewardzone
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Also 0317, is the MOS # for ENLISTED Snipers, LCPL to Gunny, an Officer dealing with Snipers(even if he was enlisted with the secondary MOS 0317, that went commisioned) goes to the MOS of 0302/07/70. So yeah Mr. artyomthefirst I call ********
#118 to #27 - anaklusmos
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Hi guys, I'm a Poole.
#168 to #118 - rewardzone
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Are you calling me a poolee, or are saying you are a poolee wishing us a hello?
#169 to #168 - anaklusmos
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I'm a poolee sending you my greetings.
#40 to #13 - anon id: 4eb3b0d8
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(04/23/2014) [-]
i loved watching bootenants get lit the **** up. captains were just the senior lance corporals of the officer world. most of our lances had more field time than our officers and we were 03s'.
#135 to #40 - septicexplain
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yeup best thign about bootenants is watching how motivated they are talking to senior lances its ****** embarrassing
#23 to #13 - TacticalTyler
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(04/23/2014) [-]
i second this statement
User avatar #28 to #23 - Silthrim
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I third this statement
User avatar #42 to #28 - anthonyd
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I quad this statement.

The question is, Captain, Do you lift dat M40?
#43 to #42 - Silthrim
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Not M40s...  I'm likely to be carrying the M240B around soon. So i need to start liftinz >.>
Not M40s... I'm likely to be carrying the M240B around soon. So i need to start liftinz >.>
#44 to #43 - anthonyd
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(04/23/2014) [-]
Hell yeah you do. Bitches are heavy.
#136 to #44 - septicexplain
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lol I got lucky i get to rock the IAR they r fazing out the 249
User avatar #81 to #44 - johnwill
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Oh **** L1A1 my ******* favourite rifle!!
User avatar #94 to #81 - anthonyd
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(04/23/2014) [-]
You are a man of discerning and correct tastes, my friend
User avatar #114 - thebritishguy
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(04/23/2014) [-]
I like to imagine that the taliban has similar stories
"So it was just me and Osama alone, we were praying on our mats and somebody left the fridge open..."