This is in response to a piece of "art" I saw recently involving a "ponified" version of Hurricane Sandy. Really? REALLY? You're seriously gonna go and "ponify" disasters now? It never seems to occur to these people that these disasters destroy lives and property, and they think it's all just a big joke. Making a mockery out of other people's misfortune is not cute or funny. It just makes you look like a massive asshole. I find it particularly offensive since I saw people on Facebook making pony jokes about the tornadoes that hit my state last year. I found nothing remotely amusing about making jokes and laughing about something that killed hundreds of people and devastated entire communities. I guess people with underdeveloped insect brains can't comprehend this.
I'm tired of idiots bringing ponies into everything, especially when it comes to crap like this.
Oh yeah, the person also ponified Hurricane Katrina.
*I dislike the show, but respect the fanbase, something to think about while you read the rest of my comments- People complaining over people not liking My Little Pony. GTFO. Shut up, you're stupid. Learn to take opinions. This is the internet, yo. People have the freedom of speech. People have the right to their own minds, and opinions.
Deal with it mo fucka.
What? I can't express my hate for the show? By that logic, how about you stop expressing your love for the show. Makes sense to me. BUT, being I respect the fan base, feel free to love the show, I support you.
Also, stop acting like every time someone hates the show it's directed to the fan base. This stamp in general is directed to PEOPLE who get MAD when people don't like it. It ISN'T directed to people who LIKE it. Think about it, but don't over think about it. Don't be stupid.
"Omg, LainaofthesandLOL, you're freaking STUPID, I HATE YOU." Good.
Don't bitch at me because I dislike your little show. Or your fucking ponies. I like real ponies, I thank you.
I think that's funny when people have to result in insulting someone for having an opinion. Are you the dictator of my MIND? Do you own me? No harlot. You don't. You never will >:U
"Like, OMG, you hate MLP? You QUEER. You fucking CUNT. Ass whole! You have NO LIFE!!!! Ha. Ha. Haaaah... ha... That's the kind of comments that make me go, "LOL what? What is this. What is this I don't even..." FUCK YOUR COUCH. Fawk yo COUCH. FUCK IT.
The sane fans are fine though.
Wanna know something? I'll respect you if you respect me. That's how it goes.
Also, I love the show Naruto, but you don't see me getting pissed at the anti fans. Hate it if you want, I don't give a fuck.
Also, I love how every time someone says they hate MLP they always bring up bronies. What the fuck do they have to do with this? Nothing at all. I'm talking about people in general, not a group.
Also, this can go for any other show. Same can go for anything.
Personally, I NEVER EVER like My Little Pony: Friendship is magic. I hated it long before it was popular, and here's why:
Normally, I try not to judge cartoons by their character designs and animation, but I just can't help it with FiM. The ponies and other character are so poorly drawn and ugly looking, that they make South Park look like an early Don Bluth film. The ponies have eyes the size of watermelons, no snout, creepy serial killer smiles and have shapely human-like ummmm...hinders that came out of uncanny valley. How can anyone find these characters attractive. I saw mutated lifeforms in Chernobyl that were cuter than the G4 ponies.
And the ponies' personalities just come off as being fake and bratty. The ponies reminded me of snobbish, stuck up valley girls in high school that would pretend to be you friend, only to backstab you behind the back when you're no looking. I knew girls that were like the six main characters in real life, and they were NOT FUN to be around. In fact, I threatened to call the cops on a few of them. No wonder FiM is more popular with guys than girls, because most girls would never befriend fake bitches like that.
I don't mind if your fans of the show, but I never was. I have a few sane friends who like that show, they didn't try killing me over it.
Which reminds me....
Violent children shows and toys fans are nothing new. Remember the Cabbage Patch Kids? There were riots over these dolls, and fans injuring and killing people over these dolls. There was one wife and mother who was stabbed to death by another woman in the Cabbage Patch Kids riot of 1982. That's not funny. It's sick and tragic.
So, there you have it, my opinion on FiM and why I never got into it, even before it was popular.
TURNED OFF COMMENTS due to obsessies. Cry me a river. Not everyone likes FiM. Get the fuck over it and move on in life.
Remember when Ed Helms told Once-ler fans that they needed psychiatric evaluation for the Oncest fad? Well, Tara Strong is known for acting like her characters a lot on Twitter, but with the current state of cloppers and overly rabid bronies, I think she's becoming a little too excited... [link][link][link][link]
Let’s face it. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is a childrens cartoon. It doesn’t matter how dark its themes sometimes are, or how many "frightening" characters there are, or how many references it has to things kids wouldn’t know about. It’s a family show, primarily aimed at young girls. It always was and always will be. It doesn't take a genius to understand that.
But is the terrifying MLP fanbase for young children? Can they get involved? Nope. Not in the slightest. The fanbase for this show is now overflowing with shameful adult content, including immense quantities of despicable pony porn and grimdark art/videos/fanfictions which are in no way safe for kids. And that isn't even the start of it. As we've seen time and time again, bronies have evolved into uncontrollably obnoxious, unpleasable Internet monsters when it comes to their obsession, making massive mountains out of the tiniest of molehills to the point where it is almost impossible to believe and put up with.
The more you think about it, the less sense it makes, and for sane bronies, ex-bronies and non-bronies everywhere, the fanbase is like a nightmare that won't end. But trust me - no-one has it worse than the show's actual target audience, the young and innocent early school-age girls. One day these little girls are going to have grown up, will learn to use the Internet, search for the show they loved (or still love) so much - and see everything. Yeah.
Think of how horrible it will be for them when they find the wonderful cartoon they loved as kids was also a gargantuan Internet religion worshipped by thousands of over-obsessed teens and adults. Imagine how they’ll feel when they find out how their show was used to create copious amounts of porn, fan-fictions, ridiculous crossovers and parodies. Imagine what will go through their mind when they read about the embarrassing brony drama, the insane conventions, and encounter the fandom's darkest and most controversial side. Their childhood will be destroyed, and they will be utterly mortified at the idea.
It's happening as I type this, and it will continue to happen. It's totally inevitable. Bronies are ruining childhoods. It angers me that there are so many bronies out there that have no shame in uploading pornography to DeviantArt and using "Rule 34" as an excuse, or saying "Welcome to the Internet" to cover up rabid, tasteless behaviour. I no longer care for the show myself (the chances of me every becoming a brony again are a billion to one) but I am still sympathetic for the younger fans, because they're the harmless ones who are going to get a nasty surprise when they log on to the Internet in the near future. They are the ones who are currently experiencing their actual childhood, and in a few years time they'll grow up and find out about the horrific things that happened to the show they grew up with.
I tried to watch the series to try and find out what all of the fuss was all about when it first exploded all over the internet a few months ago, but I ended up wanting that thirty minutes of my life back as soon as the episode ended. ;n;
But that's not where my hatred started.
I really started to hate ponies when I noticed that they were quickly infecting EVERY. SINGLE. FANDOM. EVAR.
No, Sam I Am, I do not like ponies in my Invader Zim/Superjail/Adventure Time/Portal/Alice/Mass Effect fandoms. Keep your ponies out of it. You're killing my soul. :C
And then I started seeing rule 34 Pony art posted all over the internet (WHY SO MUCH P0RN?!) and then I decided to hate them forever. ლ(ಠ益ಠ)ლ
But really, Ponies are the newest cancer to kill the internet. They're everywhere and in everything.
Hate or fave this thing, I don't care.
If I get enough requests, I'll post the blank meme or add new characters to the already eye-bleedingly colorful background so you, too, can make your own demented pony memes.
I AM NOT REFERRING TO ALL BRONIES. JUST THE OVER-OBSESSED ONES.
Of all the many ridiculous things bronies say, this is one of the things which irks me the most: their claim that MLP:FIM is so magnificently pure and divine that it will instantly change evil into good. To a lot of bronies, the show is like the answer to world peace, uniting every individual on Earth into a love of ponies and joy.
This irks me because such claims are absolutely bonkers. If it's really the thing that'll help mankind achieve world peace, why does it have so many haters? Because not everyone enjoys this cartoon, and raving about it all the time won't turn haters into fans. The world is a very varied place, and everyone likes different things. The chances of everyone on Earth eventually watching the show and instantly loving it are impossible. It's not going to happen, because it isn't THAT good.
There are also claims that it cures depression, motivates people to do well in life, and guarantees eternal happiness. Bronies, it's a freakin' cartoon, and the messages it teaches are for KIDS. If you are seriously saying that this show actually helped you change your life for the better, then you must have had some pretty bad lives. Yes, it teaches good messages to people. But these messages are aimed at children, specifically kids who need guidance in making and keeping friends. None of the messages will have any serious effect on the world beyond that demographic.
It wouldn't have encouraged Adolf Hitler to stop having Jews killed, or convinced Osama Bin Laden not to attack New York City. It's a cartoon for kids.