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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Gahars, Jul 10, 2013.
Never change, bronies. Never change.
Is this fad dead yet?
Everyone there is worse than even the worst people I've seen at the shittiest anime conventions I've been too.
Highlights? More like lowlights.
I wonder how many people came in Fedoras. ;O;
I'm a brony, and even I would have left that convention.
Looks like someone isnt a true brony.
Bitch please I travelled an hour and a half out to see the new Equestria Girls movie by bus. I also have quite the collection of pony toys (at least 40 of them - I even paint the sparkly "crystal" blind bag figures so their manes and tails match) and I own almost all the plushies and about 8 pony t-shirts. I think I can call myself a true brony. XD I was even in my school's MLP club.
I love meeting other bronies, and collecting all the stuff, but that doesn't change the fact that the video was horrendous. XD
A penis is required to have brony eligibility. You're just a normal viewer/fan.
True bronies are part of my Elmer's glue.
XD Brony is a gender neutral term according to many. My OC was a unicorn. Pegasister makes no sense.
It's derived from "bro" which is inherently masculine. *shrug* That's just the way it is. Things'll never be the same. Aww yeah. ♪
I know that, lol. But, by the same token, you know more about my crazy old head than anyone else does here and still, like I said, I'm not the only one. So the term might have originated only for guys. Words change XD
For the record, because I am female, I wanted to start an internet movement (for lack of better terminology) where the hardcore female pony fans would be known as Equestrian Girls. It just makes too much sense. But I don't know nearly enough people for that to take off.
I know, I'm nuts. You don't need to tell me. XD
So I guess that doesn't apply anymore. You shall henceforth be known as "The Dude."
Rules be damned, mass hysteria, soon we'll all just refer to everybody as if they were androgynous.
Jokes on you guys, there's no such thing as girls on the internet.
I say that because being called a he or him royally pisses me off, as to why, I don't know. XD She is far less awkward for me, even if my head doesn't agree. and I know this sounds confusing as hell xD