Every time I say I don't like MLP. Let's see if people can take a crack without being mad, eh? Edit: Wow, every body getting mad Edit of the Edit: Proof? look a
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Every time I say I don't like MLP

Let's see if people can take a crack without being mad, eh?
Edit: Wow, every body getting mad
Edit of the Edit: Proof? look at all the paragraphs people have made below. Honestly, I don't care if you're a brony, but If you can't laugh at what you are then you shouldn't be allowed to laugh at all.
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#912 - raspoetin (01/04/2012) [+] (6 replies)
"Personally, I think either side's dignity goes soaring out the window the moment hateful comments, violent pics, or senseless insults start coursing back and forth. I'm talking about both sides here;
It's all well and good for gay community to like what they like, but people's patience will be pushed when it pops up all over the place. Similarly, it's tough to respect "haters" when at the heart of it, it's grown men getting angry about a kid's cartoon.

Think for a second, folks. What would your peers, your classmates and workmates, think if they saw you now, arguing about MLP? Brony or antri-brony, you'd be mocked. So why are we doing it?

But what really bothers me is the hypocrisy of it all. Here at FJ, we're always comparing ourselves to others; people on TV, over Facebook, people we've met in the streets, certain celebrities, etc. We're always putting ourselves above them, pointing out stupid things they've done, shaking our heads dismissively, and joking about them among our fellow FJers. And then, two minutes later, we're all at each other's throat over a... cartoon? No one else thinks the notion of exchanging insults over it is stranger than watching it?

tl;dr - Love it or hate it. Thats fine. But start fighting over it, and even the little kids that watch it are more dignified than you, whichever side you take."


- Random Anon °
#232 - myjizzhasfizz (01/04/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Yes, I'm a brony, but seriously, we're a fandom people who lash out at none gay community and try to convince everyone the show is awesome are just sad, it's just a show, causing ********** about it is stupid, you're a brony, you're supposed to be humble

******* act like it for Celestia's sake, all you're doing is making us look bad.
#2 - extremistavenger (01/04/2012) [-]
You sent me a message to look at this?   
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You sent me a message to look at this?
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#521 - manofbeardliness (01/04/2012) [+] (5 replies)
#201 - fuckmymen (01/04/2012) [+] (3 replies)
what is a brony?
what is a brony?
#203 to #201 - thepsycho (01/04/2012) [-]
People who like brownies.
#532 - metajunky (01/04/2012) [+] (8 replies)
let your anger flow through you
#438 - professionalbadass (01/04/2012) [+] (2 replies)
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#36 - toothlessthedragon (01/04/2012) [+] (1 reply)
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#1519 - krayt (01/05/2012) [+] (2 replies)
>leave for two weeks
>filters changed
>read coments
>mfw
#538 - Sasher ONLINE (01/04/2012) [+] (2 replies)
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#307 - TheRetardedEskimo (01/04/2012) [+] (66 replies)
Personally, I think either side's dignity goes soaring out the window the moment hateful comments, violent pics, or senseless insults start coursing back and forth. I'm talking about both sides here;    
It's all well and good for gay community to like what they like, but people's patience will be pushed when it pops up all over the place. Similarly, it's tough to respect "haters" when at the heart of it, it's grown men getting angry about a kid's cartoon.    
   
Think for a second, folks. What would your peers, your classmates and workmates, think if they saw you now, arguing about MLP? Brony or antri-brony, you'd be mocked. So why are we doing it?    
   
But what really bothers me is the hypocrisy of it all. Here at FJ, we're always comparing ourselves to others; people on TV, over Facebook, people we've met in the streets, certain celebrities, etc. We're always putting ourselves above them, pointing out stupid things they've done, shaking our heads dismissively, and joking about them among our fellow FJers. And then, two minutes later, we're all at each other's throat over a... cartoon? No one else thinks the notion of exchanging insults over it is stranger than watching it? (Pic not realted)    
   
tl;dr - Love it or hate it. Thats fine. But start fighting over it, and even the little kids that watch it are more dignified than you, whichever side you take.    
   
   
- Random Anon   
   
   
   
Just spreading the logic.
Personally, I think either side's dignity goes soaring out the window the moment hateful comments, violent pics, or senseless insults start coursing back and forth. I'm talking about both sides here;
It's all well and good for gay community to like what they like, but people's patience will be pushed when it pops up all over the place. Similarly, it's tough to respect "haters" when at the heart of it, it's grown men getting angry about a kid's cartoon.

Think for a second, folks. What would your peers, your classmates and workmates, think if they saw you now, arguing about MLP? Brony or antri-brony, you'd be mocked. So why are we doing it?

But what really bothers me is the hypocrisy of it all. Here at FJ, we're always comparing ourselves to others; people on TV, over Facebook, people we've met in the streets, certain celebrities, etc. We're always putting ourselves above them, pointing out stupid things they've done, shaking our heads dismissively, and joking about them among our fellow FJers. And then, two minutes later, we're all at each other's throat over a... cartoon? No one else thinks the notion of exchanging insults over it is stranger than watching it? (Pic not realted)

tl;dr - Love it or hate it. Thats fine. But start fighting over it, and even the little kids that watch it are more dignified than you, whichever side you take.


- Random Anon



Just spreading the logic.
#1289 - seniorawesomesauce ONLINE (01/04/2012) [+] (2 replies)
13 billions years ago the universe was created
4 billion years ago the earth was formed
Then there was billions of years of evolution, failures to life dying off while the strongest survived
Millions of years ago the first forms of humans were formed, and over thousands of years evolved into homo-sapiens. Thousands of wars fought in the name of who is the best, who will survive.
In the 1950's, computers were made, which made people become more productive, and the 1st world was reaching a technological revolution. Then in the 1980's the internet was invented. Now information could be sent across the country, and soon across the planet. Over the past few decades technology has skyrocketed, and we look back at the previous inventions, such as the wheel, the locomotive, and the automobile, and realize we are the height of our technological achievements, and everyday became more productive than the last.

Then in 2010 my little pony friendship is magic came out and now the internet is being used to argue over it and the fans
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