Please note that this stamp is directed at the MLP:FiM rabid fanbase and not the show, staff, or rational fans.
Please note that this stamp does not promote or condone the trolling of any MLP:FiM fans.
In 1983, the My Little Pony franchise was created for little girls. In October 2010, the franchise was revived as My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (MLP:FiM) that maintained the charm marketed to young girls, but at the same time widened the scope to an older audience-- most likely those who had grown up watching the original ponies since the 1980s.
The show was an instant hit, appealing to children, original fans, and a wave of new fans, particularly fully grown men. Never mind the fact it is marketed to prepubescent girls in middle childhood, fully grown men CLOP TO IT and get MAD when you point that out. During the break between season One and Season Two-- that is less than a year of its existence-- MLP:FiM BEGAN TO TAKE OVER THE INTERNET with ponies, /b/ronies, ponychan, /co/lts and who knows what else. They are breeding rapidly, taking out other fandoms in the process. They are a pony plague.THE INTERNET IS FOR PORNIES (No! Save Fluttershy!! NOOOO!)
THINK OF THE LITTLE GIRLS.
THEY ARE GAINING ON SONIC.
SAVE THE WOLVES.
SHOOT A PONY TODAY.
Well, okay, maybe shooting is a bit extreme. Spay or Neuter your ponies/bronies today? Get them to calm down a little? Please?Personal statement independent of stamp
I'm not a big MLP original or MLP:FiM fan. I have seen six episodes and I'm not at all interested in it. I can appreciate the show and those who treat it with respect (like my self-identifying brony friends,) but I do not at all like the fan base. The shallowness that has arose completely warps the true message of the show's foundation.
Perhaps I'm pushing it with this statement, but what I find annoying is that many fans are arrogant enough to think they convince the creators of the show to give more fan service. They tried that once (referring to Ditzy Doo as "Derpy") and it proved very ugly with parents on strike, claiming defamation of mentally challenged. It was changed and the bronies went mad. The situation turned into the very ugly and very stupid "butthurt bronies who will continue to watch the show even if they don't get their way vs. thousand dollar lawsuit that could deface the company that airs the show." I don't like being the moral judge on these matters and I'm not "anti-derpy" (lwhut?) as some put it, but I cannot deny that I find many bronies petty and disrespectful on a multitude of levels.
This is more than just an internet phenomenon; I can't even go shopping/jogging/whatever without spotting one of them.
In the end of all things, It's not my business who does what or who likes what. I instead tend stay away from what I dislike. Unfortunately one cannot escape ponies with how some bronies assert their fandom where it is inappropriate. This is why I, for the most part, am an anti-brony.
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