To My Dearest Friend- WillTo My Dearest Friend; WillMore Like This
Please stay here,
always where I can find you.
We walk the same pathway in life,
Above us the skies aren't painted blue.
They are dark and grey,
We never know what to expect in life.
But somehow, everything seems to be draining.
The rain will go away,
and the sun will come out.
Maybe not today,
But smile through it and don't show any doubt.
You are one of my best friends,
but maybe you never knew.
Exactly how much
I care about you.
When you're hurt,
I want to help you heal.
When you're down,
I want to make my hugs real.
You may not know,
but you're special to me.
You hold a piece of my heart,
even if some don't agree.
I thank you for being there,
and I hope you always are,
but if our paths change and you walk away,
I can't follow because you are too far.
So from the depths of my heart,
I hope you're happy in the path you choose.
That is all that matters to me,
But you are something I don't want to lose.
Lol, Bronies.This person posted these comments:More Like This
And then immediately blocked me so I couldn't respond:
Reeeal mature. And people like this expect their opponents to take their opinions seriously. But allow me to respond anyway, AngewomonsLover.
First of all, if we're such a "tiny minority", MLP would have ended right then because nobody would have bought the toys or watched the movies. Thus your precious Friendship is Magic wouldn't exist.
1-2: No. What's sexist is anyone who hates the concept of "girlyness" and wants to remove it from TV and toy shelves. It doesn't matter if you are a man or a feminist. If you want to kill femininity, you are sexist.
Saying men (usually) can't understand things that are aimed at young girls is not sexism, it's natural fact. Adul
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Most days the track sat idle. But on this day, a small team had been sent out to perform high speed road tests on several of the new vehicles. Larry was just returning from a one hundred mile run in the Zelectra, a battery-powered electric. The car was eerily quiet as it rolled up to the facility's huge garage, emitting only a soft hum.
"Nice run," Carol called out to Larry as he exited the vehicle.
"Yeah, but I really did some damage on those last few miles. The number three motor is shot. The heat's just killing her." Larry was their best test driver, and looked the part. Tall, l