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I know a couple bronies at my school, and I know some people who refuse to watch it. It's... Interesting when the two get together. :'D

Also, girl here, pretty sure we're still bronies, though some agree with pegasister and I kinda like the ring to it.
Wait a minute, you are using the pink colour for what it's intended for?!

... crap, the world IS going to end this year.

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/me is shot


As for bronies, I only know one person in my school who is one. I'm personally OK with it, but considering that the person is practically addicted to MLP, I'm never going to watch the show. #ab{:LOL:}

- BlackMageMario
Every now and then, I visit this forum again, and then I leave because I've built myself a horrible reputation.

I can't believe that I actually
made all these cutoff-ridden hacks not listening to anyone's constructive criticism. God damn was I an idiot.

Well now I'm back for a day or a week or whatever, and I'm working on a generally a vanilla hack, which I hear are pretty gone and dead since vanilla hacks have been done to death.

Also I'm getting a Wii U which is pretty cool.
Also, WHAT? SMWC IS A MLP HACKING COMMUNITY?
Obviously you guys didn't put thought into this. Where will we go if we don't want to go to an MLP SMW hacking forum?
Originally posted by moltensnow
In terms of other internet culture in my school, memes have suddenly become the funniest things in the world. In seventh grade, nobody knew what the game was, now I constantly hear "u mad bro" and "trololololo". 'Tis quite sad.

Same here. The amount of memes being spewed out of people's mouths are ridiculous. It's gotten to the point where they will mention as much memes as they can in a single sentence to sound cooler. To those who think memes are funny and cool, they will think they are funny and cool.

There are even food drive ads being posted, and they all have the meme faces on them in a rage comic fashion, and they aren't even using the memes correctly.

My facebook news feed is just swarming with these images that have been created long time ago.
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As for bronies, I myself know about three people in my school that are fans of the show, dunno how hardcore they are about it though. I also know a few outside of my school because they are in a robotics team that is good friends with our team.

I'm more of a closet brony though. I don't mention it out loud. However, when I'm wearing my MLP shirt that only has the cutie mark from the show, people are always wondering where it's from. I never mention My Little Pony, because I know I'd get weird looks from everyone.
Originally posted by mockingod
I never mention My Little Pony, because I know I'd get weird looks from everyone.


Best to stop giving a fuck, really. I typically wear my MLP shirt in public now (which flat-out has a picture of Derpy on it) and people either

a) don't care
b) say "nice shirt", or
c) ask where it's from, in which I tell them "A cartoon"

The odd few who decide to bash you aren't worth giving the time of day to. It's a TV show, I don't see why a fuss needs to be made about it.
You have to take into consideration that the people I am around are teenagers, who don't have the knowledge that it's not a big deal. Teenagers make a big deal out of everything.

But yeah, I wore it a few times, and I say the same thing when people ask about it.
Originally posted by S.N.N.
c) ask where it's from, in which I tell them "A cartoon"

Yeah, that sounds like something I'd do as well.

Also, here's the latest gem from my crazy little brother:

"HEY! Did you know that COWS are made of PEANUT BUTTER and CARBON DIOXIDE?!"
Check out my music!
Originally posted by Moose's crazy little brother
carbon dioxide + peanut butter = cow

They over siplify things in education now a days, recently a magazine I was reading was trying to convince me that brains are made of candy bars butter and water...
Or people just don't think straight anymore, wich reminds me of something a twelveyearold told me a week ago (I was later told he was the "brightest" of the class):
"Did you know that if you shoot a laser in orbit around the universe faster than the speed of light, it comes back projecting an image of the past?"
ORLY? I don't think so.
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Originally posted by xlk
"Did you know that if you shoot a laser in orbit around the universe faster than the speed of light, it comes back projecting an image of the past?"
ORLY? I don't think so.

Well, have you tried it? For all you know, it could very well be possible. Whether it completely ignores the laws of physics is an entirely different subject, since, for all we know, the current laws could be fake and are just illusions. #lm{zoom}
Laws of phisics can be wrong, as laws they are, but then comes logic and sense, and what are the chances of a laser going faster than light (being light), go all around the universe, and back, having turned into an image of the past.
Shure, of the past, the moment when you sent out the laser
He also forgot to mention of where the image would be XD

Shure, you're right, no one has tried it, but neither him. Its a kind of logic which is tragically true, but dosen't help in these situations.


My friend's best answer is "shure it will!" in an optimistic tone.
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I know it's a trivial matter, but, erm

It's spelled "sure". It may be pronounced as though it had an 'h', but it isn't spelled that way.

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Originally posted by Ultimaximus
I know it's a trivial matter, but, erm

It's spelled "sure". It may be pronounced as though it had an 'h', but it isn't spelled that way.


Unfortunately just one of the reasons why English is not that great of a language. :/
English is lame because it's one of the few languages with frequent silent letters. Most languages only have a few cases where things are said but not written or vice versa, if they even have any at all.

Norsk er beste språket
Originally posted by Jumpluff_999

Norsk er beste språket


Eso no es verdad. Español tiene todos el pronunciación bueno.


Anyway, It's really not just the fact that the silent letters exist. It's also that they often modify the pronunciation of the word that they are in.
Originally posted by Nocturne
Eso no es verdad. Español tiene todos el pronunciación bueno.

Oh man. I'd like to have a serious talk with your Spanish teacher. Also, that's not completely truth, you don't pronounce the H in Spanish.
Originally posted by aj6666
Originally posted by Nocturne
Eso no es verdad. Español tiene todos el pronunciación bueno.

Oh man. I'd like to have a serious talk with your Spanish teacher. Also, that's not completely truth, you don't pronounce the H in Spanish.


Oh, I know, but it's consistent.

My Spanish teacher is great. She wants us to speak as much Spanish as possible even if we say things wrong and part of our grade is actually are application of Spanish in class.
What I hate in spanish are all the "´", however you call them in english (apostrophies was it?), but its mainly because I was in Canada the 2 years where we were suposed to learn when to use e'm. I got that class, uhm, 3 years later? So yeah, keep forgetting.
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Originally posted by xlk
What I hate in spanish are all the "´", however you call them in english (apostrophies was it?), but its mainly because I was in Canada the 2 years where we were suposed to learn when to use e'm. I got that class, uhm, 3 years later? So yeah, keep forgetting.


They're called accents. And there are actually 3 basic rules on how to accentuate each and every word that needs one. It looks complicated at first but they're actually easy to memorize. Although, many people I know don't even the rules all that well. In fact, I am 1 of 2 or 4 people in my class of 40 that know them well.

However, some monosyllabic words have special rules when it comes to accentuating them, this is due to them having 2 different definitions. The accent is used to differentiate them one from another, such as "él" (him), and "el" (the).
yeah, the diacritical accent(tilde diacrítica) is the most anoying, as the only way is to memorize 15-20 words...
The other three rules I study before each exam, and once I finish the exam go over it, placing all the accents. It has worked so far...
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Honestly when they taught me how to use accents in 4th grade I was shocked at how many of my class were having troubles with them. It's as simple as being observative and bam you get your accents right. I got perfect marks in oral tests :D
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