|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-02-18 |
You know, I have to give props to a lispy shut-in having a clean and organized room, even if it is decorated like an 8 year old girls'.
So... where do you think all the stuff that he owned prior to two years ago went?
He has a lot of G3 stuff, so it's at least theoretically possible that he's been collecting for a decade. He might have really pissed off the guy that decides what your new identity is going to be while you're in the witness protection program.
It's also possible that he lives in a house large enough to have a guest bedroom. It's not uncommon for a hobby to be banished to the guest bedroom like this. Maybe he shares a bedroom, or maybe he'd like to?
Yes, but the room has a bed. When somebody's hobby room is also the bedroom it means its the only room they have have control over. So its likely that he is sharing a place with some friends/housemates or he lives with his parents.
I have a"music room" it has microphones, guitars, basses, a keyboard, drum machines, a washboard, and a mandolin, but NO BED! I have a whole other room that has a bed.
So his pony room is also his bedroom.
Jet Bin Fever
I'm with Mark on this one about the bed. Though, either one is a possibility really. Perhaps his parents are supporting his little hobby and allow him the guest bedroom as you said Blue. I wonder if relatives visit and have to sleep in his pony bed, which probably drives this guy crazy.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2013-02-18 |
Knowing what "clop" is slang for in the brony fandom makes this all the more sadder.
It was probably added by the person that posted the video. The title and the description were clearly not written by the person that made the video. Judging by the stuff he has, it's not likely that he has a prurient interest in the show.
Judging by the quantity of stuff he has, it's extremely likely that he has a prurient interest in the show.
Sorry, SPK, the made-up profanity replacement used by bronies is "buck." As in "buck you," or "what the buck." In the show, they use the word "buck" to mean "kick a tree to shake the fruit loose." Which makes it nerd-amusing whenever Applejack talks about harvesting apples.
|Kid Fenris - 2013-02-18 |
Actually, I DON'T know who that "nice pony" is at the 45-second mark, and I am confused by the narrator's assumption that everyone does.
I didn't either. By looking at it a second time, I can only guess it's some grown up slutty fanart version of Rarity's little sister, one of the prepubescent ponies in the show.
Also, the YouTube comments on this are golden. Never thought I'd see a religious debate over My Little Pony.
Its Fleur De Lis you she was a minor character in one episode. She was a rich socialite pony's vapid model girl friend and was drawn taller and more slender than the other ponies. Probably increases her clopability or something like that.
|Cena_mark - 2013-02-19 |
So much sadness in this fandom. The guy has 4 boxes of MLP Valentines and no one to give them to and a horrible lisp. I had a speech impediment myself where I would replace my THs with Fs and Vs. Like, "One, two, free." or "Vis and vat."
In fird grade the school put me in speech fereapy and the problem was fixed in a matter of months. Why didn't anybody look out for this poor soul's future? Now he's a sad man child obsessed with Wainbow Dash and Warity.
Speech therapy for poor children is immoral and anyway we can't afford it because we need to spend billion developing new weapons systems which will never actually be adopted.
Do they have any educational segments on MLP? I know they do a lot of stuff about making and keeping friends, which is great for their autistic fanbase, but it'd be nice if they branched out into other lessons, like "how to pronounce your r's" or "having more than one interest/hobby".
Forget tax and spend solutions for teaching our children. MLP could be the perfect market-based solution!
There's nothing explicitly educational in the show other than the messages about friendship.
If only the rest of the military were like the Coast Guard. It was founded by Alexander Hamilton to make money. After the Revolution they had to disband the Navy because they couldn't afford it. So Hamilton started the Revenue Cutter Service to stop smugglers and pirates and make them pay their taxes.
To this day the Coast Guard is still the thrifty one of the bunch The average Navy ship is 16 years old, most Coast Guard Cutters are over 30.
|James Woods - 2013-02-22 |
Wow, same title and everything.
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