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#45 - lamoc (06/07/2012) [-]
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#1 - mikeliterous (06/06/2012) [-]
wait did they really use the alex X remix of the intro
User avatar #2 to #1 - mikeliterous (06/06/2012) [-]
*alex s
User avatar #49 - EpicXInfected (06/07/2012) [-]
But i'm a brony and still like alien robots blowing each other up!
#28 - ragingbrony ONLINE (06/07/2012) [-]
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Stay Manly my friends....
#3 - semiseirous (06/06/2012) [-]
A VERY well-spoken video for Bronies everywhere.
#18 - darbius (06/07/2012) [-]
I enjoyed watching this video. Its helps show us in a positive light.
#14 - bosephus (06/07/2012) [-]
**** yea 'merica!
User avatar #57 - lamarsmithgot (06/07/2012) [-]
being masculine is the ability to like, think, and say whatever you want without caring, or doubting yourself in any way.
#37 - ginginhunter (06/07/2012) [-]
my definition of masculiny/manliness is a viking , because would you question viking's manliness? not to speak about the norse religion which boosts my opinion
User avatar #55 to #37 - Animefreake (06/07/2012) [-]
Try to imagine this...In the era of the vikings, the tall arabic horse were not introduced to the skandinavia or to the common man at least... Which mean that the average viking rode on small strong scandinavian horses, especially iceland ponies,that is known for their small size...Vikings is manly as hell, even then they rode small horses.
User avatar #4 - Maroon (06/06/2012) [-]
Why I hate them: some guys started watching the show then others joined just because people were doing it. The whole thing is just bandwagon jumping. Every "brony" I've known before being a brony was a giant turd of a person who sucked in every way and I know for a fact they joined just so they could have something to talk about and feel superior for watching.
User avatar #17 to #4 - fireiskey (06/07/2012) [-]
You are, for sure, in the miniscule minority with that opinion.
User avatar #19 to #17 - Maroon (06/07/2012) [-]
I doubt it. A lot of people are like me; they don't like most bronies but they don't say anything about it. This is the first time I've voiced an opinion regarding the matter and only because it asked why. I know that not everyone is like that so I don't say anything negative as a generality.
User avatar #35 to #4 - abcz (06/07/2012) [-]
>Implying that MLP is popular
User avatar #5 to #4 - acsinclair [OP](06/06/2012) [-]
Naturally, I disagree with that assessment. That hasn't been my experience with most of the people involved in the community at all. I've met some wonderful individuals. But regardless, thanks for taking time to post!
User avatar #8 to #4 - SupraLover (06/06/2012) [-]
Well you're half right, people did start watching it because others were, but to find out WHY. There is no real way to explain why you like it, only to watch it for yourself.
I actually found it entertaining thus watching it every saturday.
User avatar #10 to #4 - hargleblarg ONLINE (06/06/2012) [-]
I was actually pretty content with myself before I became a brony. Obviously I'd seen the content on FJ, but I'd casually skipped by it, believing that everyone is entitled to their own opinion but the show wasn't something I thought I'd enjoy.

Then late one night I got bogged down by a load of pony posts and thought "ok fine, let's see what the fuss is about" and watched three episodes so I got a good idea on what the show was about.

I loved it. It was bright, colourful, cheerful. It had a spark that very few shows have that makes you want more. Maybe it's the colour in contrast to being absorbed into things like Skyrim (which is all grey), I can't say. All I know is that the community truly made it for me, people are accepting and varied, all brought together simply by their enjoyment of a show.
User avatar #54 - xaeox (06/07/2012) [-]
Thanks for bringing my attention to this.
Seems like an interesting channel
#43 - coolioplasm (06/07/2012) [-]
I feel so much less feminine
#31 - zarallyn (06/07/2012) [-]
**** yea, masculinity
User avatar #62 - ThatKidYouKnow (06/08/2012) [-]
I hate the term "Bronie". Why should we get a name because we watch a show? Fans of pokemon arent "Pokemon trainers". Fans of DBZ arent called "Sayians". Why do we get a name?
#63 to #62 - crocodactyl (06/08/2012) [-]
Right there with you. Love the show, sick of the fandom. Some people have done some cool stuff they have every reason to be proud of, but it gets a bit old hearing fans like me who thoroughly enjoy the show but don't really have a voice in the community talking about how revolutionary and influential "we" are.
User avatar #64 to #63 - acsinclair [OP](06/08/2012) [-]
People like to feel like they're a part of something. Besides, if even a fraction of the people talking about how revolutionary or influential "we" are actually go out and do something or donate to one of the countless causes promoted through EQD and other sites, that's a positive force. Thus, even if all of the fans aren't actually doing anything, as long as their hearts are in the right place, I can't bring myself to complain about the fandom. Call me old school for my values but how often do values like the community talks about actually get promoted in a way not corrupted by some religious affiliation?
#66 to #62 - auryn ONLINE (06/11/2012) [-]
*Ahem* Trekkies...
User avatar #47 - xmenfan (06/07/2012) [-]
Cool video but I was only concerned about the fact that he has a Television album in the background :D
User avatar #44 - tacticallinkage (06/07/2012) [-]
I like the show because I've always like Lauren Faust's work. The morals and values of her work are always good. And the stories are always enjoyable.
#20 - crowdpleazer (06/07/2012) [-]
very interesting video it makes a lot of sense too
#38 - locooljay (06/07/2012) [-]
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#56 - noworries (06/07/2012) [-]
At about 2 minutes in, when he says that the categories of feminine, masculine, adult and children are very fluid and interchangeable...... Yea. No, lol. I am pretty sure there are some adult things out there that i would not show to a child.
At about 2 minutes in, when he says that the categories of feminine, masculine, adult and children are very fluid and interchangeable...... Yea. No, lol. I am pretty sure there are some adult things out there that i would not show to a child.
#41 - anon (06/07/2012) [-]
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