I've been to a lot of conventions for comics, media, etc., and I've never heard the announcer-person ever patronize the crowd like that. Gaming cons never say crap like "will every 1up please take their extra lives and evacuate the building."
Of course, I've never been to PAX, where they might just emulate the Penny-Arcade comic and throw gasoline on the crowd while trying to make jokes about penises.
There's a fire going on, and they can't drop the 'everypony' bullshit. Love it!
Not enough fire.
Could they just be yelling at the guy filming this?
Is there some sort of fire safety rule where these announcements must alternate between a hysterical woman and a very calm man?
He's a straitlaced by the book hotel employee. She's a loose cannon pegasister volunteer. Together, they are the BronyCon safety patrol!
Fire: The untamed element. Giver of warmth, destoyer of apple orchards, right now this building is on fire. Everypony, leave the building! Enact the Age Old drama of Self-Preservation!
Parish the thought. I'd hate to think of Applejack losing Sweet Apple Acres.
So if the sprinkler goes off, are we all required to give a thumbs up to the ceiling and yell "Thanks, Rainbow Dash!"
They're not smart enough to answer as humans, had they not said "everypony" they would have charged right back into the burning barn.
|big pincers |
I was hoping the lights would be shut off, thrusting them into darkness, panic, and a stampede.
Needs more Great White.
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