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#18 to #14 - vanderva (06/19/2014) [-]
**vanderva rolled image** It looks so happy
#20 to #18 - cannibalvegan ONLINE (06/19/2014) [-]
yfw that roll
yfw that roll
#33 to #20 - dehnoobshow (06/19/2014) [-]
I know it used to be a thing to hate ponies and bronies. But the whole fad started when I was 15. I grew out of it. I generally don't mind these anymore and would, in fact, watch it if it weren't straight up a children's show.
User avatar #40 to #33 - PVTDickStryker (06/19/2014) [-]
You sure like RWBY huh
#37 to #33 - brisineo (06/19/2014) [-]
Eh, the show has kind of grown out of the children's show mask over time.  It was originally meant to be a family show anyway    
   
I know this image is spammed now, but yeah, it's what MLP has come to these days.  And in reality, it's personal preference to like the show if you do come to watch it.  No one will hate you for it if it isn't your thing.
Eh, the show has kind of grown out of the children's show mask over time. It was originally meant to be a family show anyway

I know this image is spammed now, but yeah, it's what MLP has come to these days. And in reality, it's personal preference to like the show if you do come to watch it. No one will hate you for it if it isn't your thing.
User avatar #43 to #37 - dehnoobshow (06/19/2014) [-]
I don't like it for the simple fact "Being nice and having friends" is what makes the win all their issues.
I mean, sure, every action movie has the good guys winning suddenly because **** logic, they're the good guys. But at least the people they're facing has superior firepower that made fighting them difficult.
From what I gathered, that move in your gif must've been a one-shot deal and at the very end of the episode.
If it wasn't a one shot deal, they won due to something utterly stupid.

The only episode I desperately tried to watch was the one where Spike goes super dragon due to some **** like greed and the only way he went back was because one ******* pony talked to him. What in the ******* **** ?
#46 to #43 - brisineo (06/19/2014) [-]
Eh, I will admit, that's the part I also don't like much about the show is the sheer amount of "friendship is magic" they throw around, but most of the time, it's more focusing on the development of the characters over time.   
   
 In the gif specifically, that battle was hyped up for quite a while, with the three princesses, who were basically gods, giving that purple pony all their power to keep safe from a tyrannical centaur demon from hell (literally) who absorbs magic.  This guy finds her, and blows up her home, and goes into a huge dbz style fight until he blackmails her with her friends to get her to give up.  And yes, while the ending was a shoe-horned in dues-ex that one-shotted the demon and made the purple pony a princess, that was mostly Hasbro doing their usual product placement mixed with time constraint.  Not saying you're wrong in not liking it.  I kind of was disappointed with it too, but that's just me.   
   
And yeah, in that episode with Spike, the pony who persuaded him to change back he has been crushing on since episode 1, so she had a bit of leverage.   Spike is also an idiot responsible for some of the most cringeworthy stuff in the show... not many people liked that episode in particular either.
Eh, I will admit, that's the part I also don't like much about the show is the sheer amount of "friendship is magic" they throw around, but most of the time, it's more focusing on the development of the characters over time.

In the gif specifically, that battle was hyped up for quite a while, with the three princesses, who were basically gods, giving that purple pony all their power to keep safe from a tyrannical centaur demon from hell (literally) who absorbs magic. This guy finds her, and blows up her home, and goes into a huge dbz style fight until he blackmails her with her friends to get her to give up. And yes, while the ending was a shoe-horned in dues-ex that one-shotted the demon and made the purple pony a princess, that was mostly Hasbro doing their usual product placement mixed with time constraint. Not saying you're wrong in not liking it. I kind of was disappointed with it too, but that's just me.

And yeah, in that episode with Spike, the pony who persuaded him to change back he has been crushing on since episode 1, so she had a bit of leverage. Spike is also an idiot responsible for some of the most cringeworthy stuff in the show... not many people liked that episode in particular either.
#44 to #43 - epicactual (06/19/2014) [-]
Well that's the entirety of the show, and why we love it so much. Bronies and Pegasisters used to go on on about how the shows message was love and tolerance, which wasn't the case at all. The show was designed emphasize the importance of friendship, and we can't forget it was originally designed for children and the Brony phenomenon was something completely unexpected. I haven't seen the last episode of S4 yet, but judging by their track record, they probably did win by something "utterly stupid". Dude, the victories in that show make even a die-hard Brony like myself facepalm
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