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#38 - hardcoremother
Reply +8
(01/19/2013) [-]
I kind of struggle to figure bronies out.   
They hold conventions, and use pony reaction images, names, and avatars at every given opportunity, but they ashamed of it and try to hide it from their peers?   
   
(I know not every fan of the show is like this, but from what I gather this is what the majority act like)
I kind of struggle to figure bronies out.
They hold conventions, and use pony reaction images, names, and avatars at every given opportunity, but they ashamed of it and try to hide it from their peers?

(I know not every fan of the show is like this, but from what I gather this is what the majority act like)
#58 to #38 - drmrniceguy
Reply 0
(01/19/2013) [-]
The thing with bronies that act like THAT is that they were already, before 2010, massive nerds and had nothing to lose by wearing pony shirts and **** like that.   
   
Now, me on the other hand, I keep that **** quiet because chicks (and dudes) don't dig that. (unless you look in my netflix history or my ipod, of course...)
The thing with bronies that act like THAT is that they were already, before 2010, massive nerds and had nothing to lose by wearing pony shirts and **** like that.

Now, me on the other hand, I keep that **** quiet because chicks (and dudes) don't dig that. (unless you look in my netflix history or my ipod, of course...)
#40 to #38 - whitsoxrule
Reply +6
(01/19/2013) [-]
There's a guy at my highschool who has an MLP lanyard and a Pinkie Pie magnet on his ID. bronies make me uncomfortable
#39 to #38 - sunice
Reply 0
(01/19/2013) [-]
Social Standards I would assume