Season Wrap UpWell, season 2 has finally come to a close, and I'm sitting here and looking back on it all, with a few thoughts I want to share.More Like This
I just want to say thank you (again) to everyone that watched and enjoyed the MLP season finale this weekend. There were lots of hard nights and long hours from all of us on the DHX crew to make it the best would possibly could. Of course, there are things that are always going to be imperfect, but overall from what I gather, it seemed well-received.
I was also shocked at how many people recognized my OC pony that made a small cameo in this weekend's episode. As a blanket response to a lot of the same questions I've been getting all weekend: No, I did not voice her and I'm unsure as to who did. I would assume just one of the regular VA's. She was put in kind of last minute. The artist who drew her in the storyboard, made her look like my pony (just a coincidence), and after seeing i
On Why Roseluck Is Best PonyRoseluck is best pony for a number of reasons. It seems every bronies favorite background pony is either; Derpy, Lyra/Heartstrings, Bon-Bon, Vinyl Scratch, Octavia, Carrottop/Golden Harvest, Berry Punch, Colgate, Doctor Whoof, or any other background pony I've forgotten to mention. Roseluck really doesn't get that much attention. Daisy, and Lily occasionally get more attention than their sister/friend/cousin/relation of choice. So I'm here to convince you why Roseluck is best pony.More Like This
Let us start with Roseluck's first line, "The horror, the horror." (Youtube video for those who wish to see it. http://youtu.be/PIi3Xvh5i14) She was the first pony to say this, before Lily did in Bridle Gossip. Roseluck uttered this line after the bunny stampede in Applebuck Season. This is also Roseluck's first appearance.
Roseluck's second line is, "The wicked enchantress has cursed them all." (Youtube loop of this particular line. http://youtu.be/wfsdrbx3BiI) She says this in, Bridle Gossip, af
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Do not assume (if I hold the door for you),
that I am making a statement
about your inabilities
to open the door for yourself.
If you hold it for me,
I'll say 'thankyou'.
Do not assume (if I pay for the meal),
that I am underestimating
your earning capacity
as a woman.
If you invite me out for a meal,
Do not assume (if I defend your rights),
that I am belittling
the attempts that you have made
to defend your rights yourself.
If you defend my rights,
I'll consider you human.