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LOOK AT THIS AMAZING BUSINESS

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LOOK AT THIS AMAZING BUSINESS


Feb 21

this stuff about that fox is making me so sad omg it’s all that’s on my dashboard…. -creys-


kawaiiordiexo:

theveryworstthing:

forest fire.

this is making me tear up, and im at work ;~;



Feb 21

Feb 21
Look! I can use photoshop~ c: 

Look! I can use photoshop~ c: 


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Feb 21

klainalsex asked: bless you

c: 

I get so pissed off at shit like that. Just because people don’t understand something doesn’t give them the right to start bitching about it. 

I’m all for having your own opinion, but plain ignorance is not acceptable.


klainalsex:

corpsereviver2:

megfo:

zachmundell:

zachmundell:

pizzaforpresident:

I dare someone to watch this

im doing it right now

its 30 seconds in and ive already seen a fedora

Isn’t it amazing how a group of adult men can completely take over a show meant for little girls; making it virtually impossible to search or do anything related to the show without being exposed to over-sexualized, misogynistic, sexist crap, and they get a documentary that praises them for stepping outside of their perceived gender roles? Meanwhile 45% of the gaming community is comprised of women and I get dick pics and rape threats if I try and go on xbox live.

THIS. 

OKAY time for my rant. 
When I was first informed that there was a brony documentary, I laughed and laughed, same as most of you. I went on Netfilx with the intention of watching 10 minutes and then going on tumblr to make snarky comments about it.
And then? I got sucked in. The film completely, completely changed my view of the brony community. Sure, they have more than their fair share of pervy creeps, but what fandom doesn’t? The majority of them are just fanboys and fangirls. They are just people who love a show and whose love of it has brought them closer to other people, which is the whole point of any fandom. I’ve never sat through a whole episode of MLP and don’t plan to, but that doesn’t matter. I don’t have to like it to respect it. The people followed throughout this documentary are loners and outsiders who are able to come out of their shell when surrounded by people who share their same interests and passions. I know that Glee fandom is supposed to be about opening yourself up to joy, but MLP fandom? They’ve got that shit on lock. I walked around in a glow of happiness and optimism for literally days after watching the documentary, and the non-MLP fans that I spoke to who also watched it? They said they’d felt the exact same way.

MLP wasn’t meant for just little girls, you pompous dicks (above). And if that’s how you look at it —- then girls shouldn’t like Star Wars, or Lord of the Rings, or Star Trek… etc.„ because those are what you would call boy shows, right? 
The lessons of MLP are good for everyone, not just children. And yes, there are probably some people that ruin the image of what it means to be ‘brony’, but it’s like that for everyone. There are always going to be some asshole(s) making a bad image for the rest of the group. 

klainalsex:

corpsereviver2:

megfo:

zachmundell:

zachmundell:

pizzaforpresident:

I dare someone to watch this

im doing it right now

its 30 seconds in and ive already seen a fedora

Isn’t it amazing how a group of adult men can completely take over a show meant for little girls; making it virtually impossible to search or do anything related to the show without being exposed to over-sexualized, misogynistic, sexist crap, and they get a documentary that praises them for stepping outside of their perceived gender roles? Meanwhile 45% of the gaming community is comprised of women and I get dick pics and rape threats if I try and go on xbox live.

THIS. 

OKAY time for my rant. 

When I was first informed that there was a brony documentary, I laughed and laughed, same as most of you. I went on Netfilx with the intention of watching 10 minutes and then going on tumblr to make snarky comments about it.

And then? I got sucked in. The film completely, completely changed my view of the brony community. Sure, they have more than their fair share of pervy creeps, but what fandom doesn’t? The majority of them are just fanboys and fangirls. They are just people who love a show and whose love of it has brought them closer to other people, which is the whole point of any fandom. I’ve never sat through a whole episode of MLP and don’t plan to, but that doesn’t matter. I don’t have to like it to respect it. The people followed throughout this documentary are loners and outsiders who are able to come out of their shell when surrounded by people who share their same interests and passions. I know that Glee fandom is supposed to be about opening yourself up to joy, but MLP fandom? They’ve got that shit on lock. I walked around in a glow of happiness and optimism for literally days after watching the documentary, and the non-MLP fans that I spoke to who also watched it? They said they’d felt the exact same way.

MLP wasn’t meant for just little girls, you pompous dicks (above). And if that’s how you look at it —- then girls shouldn’t like Star Wars, or Lord of the Rings, or Star Trek… etc.„ because those are what you would call boy shows, right? 

The lessons of MLP are good for everyone, not just children. And yes, there are probably some people that ruin the image of what it means to be ‘brony’, but it’s like that for everyone. There are always going to be some asshole(s) making a bad image for the rest of the group. 


verceri:

sniperj0e:

sniperj0e:

ok but what if like. werewolves transform under the full moon but theres just this one and by day hes a big tough guy and then when he transforms hes a tiny dog. just fucking. just fucking turns into the tiniest, fluffiest dog

image

imagine that howling at the moon

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imagine

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image

Truly a ferocious predator.


enchantedbyhiddles:

I can see a pattern…

he just looks so good on his back~