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#27 - sidathon (07/03/2012) [-]
You made me no longer hate. Let me hug you now :D
You made me no longer hate. Let me hug you now :D
User avatar #10 - bashdavis (07/02/2012) [-]
a good message for brony haters but i still wont watch the show
#7 - anonexplains (07/02/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Brony is just a synonym to faggot.
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User avatar #34 - Lionclaw (07/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
im real happy for yo but i posted this weeks ago
#33 - duudegladiator (07/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Men watching ponies = gay.    
   
Masculinity my ass.
Men watching ponies = gay.

Masculinity my ass.
#30 - adventurefag (07/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
yo bronies help me out here what is the song at 2:00 i know there is a legend of zelda version but i cant remember the name of the song.

Your dearest adventurfag
User avatar #28 - talkingmouth (07/03/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I dont necessarily agree. A Brony can be generalized as a internet addicted teenage to middle aged male, yes? That means that one day, deep in the depths of 4chan, a lonely Internetian was lurking in the deepest fathoms of the World Wide Web, and decided "I'm gonna watch My Little Pony because I'v got absolutely nothing better to do with my life!" Then everybody was like "ZOMG HES A GUY WATCHING MPL" and then they watched it too. So now MPL is one of those "You only understand if your in it" type of things, kind of like Silly Bands. MPL is doing absolutely nothing to change masculinity. If anything, it is turn people into weird super-furries. So then the worlds like "WTF GUYZ NO PONIES YOU ARNT LITTLE GIRLS" and the bronies are like " **** YOU LET ME LIVE MY FANTASY!" and the people with the common sense to see that its all retarded are like "You guys are retarded". There is not a single fiber of "Bronyism" that is aimed that changing the boundaries of masculinity. It is simply a group of Internetians with nothing better to do than watch a show that was made for little girls. And they had a topic about how pink was originally seen as a manly fashion, right? Thats fine and all, a valid point, but that is irrelevant to the topic at hand. Pink is a color that some people today still consider manly (like the "real men wear pink" shirts and so on). So then everybody was like "OPEN THE ******* DOOR" and the bronies were all "GET ON THE ******* FLOOR"
Everybody walk the dinosaur.
User avatar #29 to #28 - talkingmouth (07/03/2012) [-]
Also, it looks like somebody thumbed everybody down.
User avatar #26 - zodeax (07/03/2012) [-]
idgaf i watched not iterested dont care if you watch if you hate **** yourself cause there not that bad off they are cool well the ones i know so im netural plz dont hate
#20 - derppopotamus (07/02/2012) [-]
I am not surprised that so many people are bronies (and just challenging the boundaries of masculinity in general). to me it seems that in the present male and female are equal (in most MEDC's). this means that woman are doing things that men are doing because they can and visa versa. because these men are taking the risk of going outside the boundaries of what is considered masculine they grow confident in their new ventures and start doing things like BECOMING BRONIES to identify that they are taking these risks. you are ignorant to the fact that you are posting on the internet where everyone can see. not everyone on the web has the same mindset as bronies and you are so confident that this is the right way to be (i am not saying that its the wrong way to be, i am saying that there is no right or wrong way to be), but you shoving your mindset down other peoples throats is wrong (let people make their own minds up) and it is also hypocritical to your belief of tolerance. so please stop with this its not helping anyone.
#8 - nagalipton (07/02/2012) [+] (4 replies)
The idea of masculinity having such a strict definition is a touch absurd. Someone (I think Mark Twain) once said something along the lines of, "Worrying about being adult like is a distinctly childish thing to do." There was more to the quote but I think the point is made. In this case I've found that the people who seem truly confident in their masculinity either enjoy the show with no regrets or shame, or simply don't care about the show. They don't view it as weird, they just don't particularly care for the show themselves.
#5 - anonexplains (07/02/2012) [-]
Well, I'm just kinda leave THIS here..... well, actually, I just wanted to finally use this.
#3 - anonexplains (07/02/2012) [+] (1 reply)
It's a girly show. Stop trying to fight it. Accept it, watch your show, and stop being a bitch about it.
#4 - ridikilis (07/02/2012) [-]
Not when you repost
#2 - phantomsniperr ONLINE (07/02/2012) [-]
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