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Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« on: October 13, 2013, 06:14:39 AM »
No offtopic speeches about bronies or ponies please, just serious answers, negative answers or criticism is allowed of course.

1: Who is the best pony in the series?
2: Who is the best villain of the series?
3: Do you enjoy the show?
4: What is your opinion on bronies?
5: What was your favorite season/episode/scene?
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2013, 08:11:13 AM »
Let me be the first to openly admit that I have no idea what you are referring to.  Could be my age!  And it's too early to google...lol

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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2013, 08:12:56 AM »
My little pony: Friendship is magic.

That is what i am referring to ;D.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #3 on: October 13, 2013, 09:40:06 AM »
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #4 on: October 13, 2013, 09:43:40 AM »
May we please not go offtopic and maybe...you know...answer the questions...
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #5 on: October 13, 2013, 10:03:47 AM »

A-Cubed, I'm still trying to figure out if your just a turing machine... 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turing_test
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #6 on: October 13, 2013, 10:13:07 AM »
The irony, i have the nickname "Robot" and "Cyborg"...

Anyway, on topic please  :'(.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #7 on: October 13, 2013, 10:20:01 AM »

Ok, but what makes you believe that many if any of the members of the forum would be able to "seriously" respond to this OP?
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #8 on: October 13, 2013, 10:25:48 AM »
*shrugs* I'll bite. Out of curiosity I watched it to see what the big deal is, I remember some names - but it's not quite my cup of tea, but as far as kids TV goes, it's decent. Only kids TV I watch these days is Spongebob. :P If I was a parent with a kid, I'd probably enjoy watching it with them, however, I'm not. :)

1: Who is the best pony in the series?

How about Rainbow Dash?

2: Who is the best villain of the series?

Erm...I can't remember many of them. There's the big purple horse? Nightmare moon? I felt she was a bit cliched, didn't see much of her and didn't watch enough for character progression, so not fair to say. I remember a dragon, I'm gonna say the dragon (everybody loves dragons, right?)

3: Do you enjoy the show?

Not enough to continue watching it or join the fandom. It was a decent kids TV show, I might have enjoyed it more as a kid, I did like The Powerpuff Girls after all, same creator and a similar sense of humour, so why not?

4: What is your opinion on bronies?

Depends on the bronie. I view it like just every other fandom, there's freaks and geeks for all sorts. You get trekkies who go mad over Spock, so why not have Bronies? I am a part of a fandom, I'm a Final Fantasy slut (I would say whore, but as screwtape once pointed out, whores get paid). So for me to judge Bronies would be hypocritical, sure I don't cosplay or go to conventions...but if invited I may do. I know people think people are weird for obsessing over a cartoon aimed at little girls, some things it's perverted, I know a few Bronies and would argue against it, not to say there isn't sexualisation of ponies...it's the internet, I'm almost certain MLP porn exists. But I don't think it should mark people's opinion on the fandom as a whole. There's probably Final Fantasy porn, but I'm not fapping off to Tifa's breasts.

5: What was your favorite season/episode/scene?

I'll admit, I did find the cockatrice one a little funny.




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Ok, but what makes you believe that many if any of the members of the forum would be able to "seriously" respond to this OP?

I'd say not many. But am I about to get lynched for it? *Shrugs* ;) When people start obsessing I prefer to educate myself before forming an opinion, so I ended up watching it, heck, I even watched Twilight and started reading the book, I regret doing so, but at least I know I don't like it. :P

Regardless, not something I imagine has much of a WWGHA following.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #9 on: October 13, 2013, 10:29:46 AM »

^^^ I sit corrected!  ;)
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #10 on: October 13, 2013, 10:29:55 AM »

Ok, but what makes you believe that many if any of the members of the forum would be able to "seriously" respond to this OP?

I never asked for a serious answer, but i would expect a lot of you (who are adults 9_9) to answer seriously.

*snip*

Thank you for the answers, i agree Rainbow Dash is the best pony ;p.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #11 on: October 13, 2013, 10:59:40 PM »
I watched the show when I was a kid but I haven't seen it since. I also watched Strawberry Shortcake just to throw it out there.

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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #12 on: October 14, 2013, 01:46:41 AM »
I watched the show when I was a kid but I haven't seen it since. I also watched Strawberry Shortcake just to throw it out there.

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That would likely be one of the older generations of the show, the new one started in 2010, and is far less girly.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #13 on: October 14, 2013, 02:38:07 AM »


All I have for this is...



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_Pail_Kids

hehe ... we recently went through some boxes that were still taking up space and found amongs some other ancient stuff ... these fellows. Bequeathed them to my son, who totally loves them! :)
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #14 on: October 14, 2013, 03:15:35 AM »
*shrugs* I'll bite. Out of curiosity I watched it to see what the big deal is, I remember some names - but it's not quite my cup of tea, but as far as kids TV goes, it's decent. Only kids TV I watch these days is Spongebob. :P 

Seriously, try out Phineas and Ferb on Disney.  Quite the best "kids" cartoon I've ever seen.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #15 on: October 14, 2013, 11:47:55 AM »
Seriously, try out Phineas and Ferb on Disney.  Quite the best "kids" cartoon I've ever seen.

Adventure Time.  Fricken genius.  No other cartoon has an Ice King or a Lumpy-Space Princess.  Fricken. Genius.

Several of the batman cartoon have been great too.  Going back a ways, there were two I really liked in the 90s.  One was ReBootWiki.  The other was Bump in the Night.  Both were fun and well written.


mlp - wtf?  Isn't that for 5 year old girls?
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #16 on: October 14, 2013, 03:13:15 PM »
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mlp - wtf?  Isn't that for 5 year old girls?

To be fair, it's a little different to the normal MLP cartoons, this one was done by the same people who did Powerpuff Girls and Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends, which were both great kids TV shows. Having given it a go, it reflects the work of the other two cartoon in a good way. So I can see why people enjoy it, not 100% sure why it has such a big fandom, but to each his own.


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Seriously, try out Phineas and Ferb on Disney.  Quite the best "kids" cartoon I've ever seen.

I'll take you up on it, one of our tech guys at work has a Phineas and Ferb lunchbox.

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Adventure Time.  Fricken genius.  No other cartoon has an Ice King or a Lumpy-Space Princess.  Fricken. Genius.

I've heard people rate it, I suppose I'll take up that recommendation too.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #17 on: October 14, 2013, 04:05:00 PM »
To be fair, it's a little different to the normal MLP cartoons, this one was done by the same people who did Powerpuff Girls

Lauren Faust aint no Genndy Tartakovsky. 

I still say mlp is for 5 year old girls.

Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends,

meh. couldn't get into it.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #18 on: October 14, 2013, 06:14:59 PM »
As an adult, I don't feel my main task in life is to be entertained. Nor am I going to volunteer to be commercially extorted. To slavishly endear ones self to a childrens cartoon series, no matter how mature the life lessons or relevant the social content, seems not only silly, but also a horrendous waste of time and energy.

Neither of my sons were ever interested in it, so I never had to suffer through an episode. I suffered through episodes of many other cartoon series though. I will never get Scooby-Doo's voice out of my head.

You might as well be asking why I don't have a Barbie Doll collection. But I cannot answer a single question in the OP because I have never seen even a minute of the series. And if anyone ever wants to get top secret information out of me, I'm pretty sure all they'd have to do is tie me up in front of a TV and show me the opening credits. I'd cave instantly.

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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #19 on: October 14, 2013, 09:50:32 PM »
Brony Demographics[1]:

Average age of 21 years
86% male
62% in or completed college
69% from North America
32.7% had full or part-time employment
84% heterosexual
96.4% single
60.9% interested but not dating

I still say mlp is for 5 year old girls.
Undoubtedly. The show's target audience was young girls with an age range from 2 to 11, and hasn't changed since the early 80's with the Hasbro toys. I still don't understand the adult "brony" movement. Yes, she show has got a nice animation and I've seen clips that were somewhat humorous, but for men in their 20's, men my age, to become so absorbed in a children's show about the magic of friendship that they identify as a brony, allowing it to become an important part of their lives? It's just unreal to me. Totally unreal. Ernest Hemingway is rolling in his grave.
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« Reply #20 on: October 14, 2013, 11:23:41 PM »
Those demographics are scary. Had you told, way back in 1963, any male over the age of 12 that in 50 years a whole bunch of guys, including many adults, would be enthralled by and in love with a cartoon about little girl ponies, you would have been laughed off the planet. When I was that age, I may have watched a little of Bullwinkle, and both the Jetsons and The Flintstones, but the latter two were prime time evening TV programs, like the Simpsons today. But little horses? I don't think so.

I'm trying to picture either of my grandfathers giving one iota of thought to such things. Or my uncle, the chemist who worked on the first atomic bomb. Or my uncle who was both a concert violinist and a carpenter. Or my uncle the farmer. Or my father, who did all sorts of things but never watched cartoons.

Nobody ever died in a war to make it safe for guys to watch little girl cartoons. Every guy who has been dead for more than five years is rolling over in his grave about this.

And a note to the females here. This is not an attack on men's feminine side. It is an attack on men's kiddie side, which at times is perhaps endearing, but not when children's TV shows are involved.

There is an old phrase that applies in this case.

Grow up!

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« Reply #21 on: October 15, 2013, 12:21:51 AM »
PP, Edwards' study showed a correlation between a strong belief in traditional gender roles and an initial negative reaction toward the My Little Pony adult fanbase. Not really surprising. It's hard imagining something less manly than My Little Pony fanaticism.
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« Reply #22 on: October 15, 2013, 12:25:51 AM »
Those demographics are scary. Had you told, way back in 1963, any male over the age of 12 that in 50 years a whole bunch of guys, including many adults, would be enthralled by and in love with a cartoon about little girl ponies, you would have been laughed off the planet. When I was that age, I may have watched a little of Bullwinkle, and both the Jetsons and The Flintstones, but the latter two were prime time evening TV programs, like the Simpsons today. But little horses? I don't think so.

I'm trying to picture either of my grandfathers giving one iota of thought to such things. Or my uncle, the chemist who worked on the first atomic bomb. Or my uncle who was both a concert violinist and a carpenter. Or my uncle the farmer. Or my father, who did all sorts of things but never watched cartoons.

Nobody ever died in a war to make it safe for guys to watch little girl cartoons. Every guy who has been dead for more than five years is rolling over in his grave about this.

And a note to the females here. This is not an attack on men's feminine side. It is an attack on men's kiddie side, which at times is perhaps endearing, but not when children's TV shows are involved.

There is an old phrase that applies in this case.

Grow up!



I was into The Simpson's as a kid but I haven't really seen an episode since my early 20's. But I do like Futurama and SpongeBob Square pants, and the original Smurfs. I still have my Smurf curtains, and sheets from when I was a kid. I even still have my teddy bear from when I was 7 or 8 years old. Slept with it until I mid 20's. There's evidence, my mom took a picture of me sleeping with it when I was 24 years old.

I have about 50 animated films from 1939 to 2012. Have all the major Disney films (minus Fantasia but I didn't really care for it too much). I even have kid films like Camp Nowhere, My Girl, My Girl 2, A Little Princess, The Little Princess; about 6 Shirley Temple films etc.,

There's nothing wrong for guys, macho or not not to like what some would consider chick flicks, TV or otherwise.

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« Reply #23 on: October 15, 2013, 12:39:38 AM »
I can understand that My little Pony is not eveyone's cup of tea, but I think its silly to decry others for liking the show.  There are much worse things one can do than watch a show about ponies.  Certainly, I agree the fandom can be overzellous, and some take it way, way too far, but the same can be said about any other major fandom, whenever its trekkies, sport fans, or some other show.

I should note that I have a collection of cartoon shows, including Transformers, Thundercats, Batman, The Real Ghostbusters, Ducktales, Darkwing Duck, The Powerpuff Girls... and My Little Pony.  So obviously, I've long since been fine with the idea of grown men watching cartoon shows.
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« Reply #24 on: October 15, 2013, 01:19:11 AM »
Aaron, don't get me wrong, I'm not decrying bronies- I just don't understand bronies.

One difference between bronies and fans of Star Trek or any other example of fandom is that Star Trek's target audience wasn't 2-11yo girls. I'm not aware of any other fanbase that is so large, and so far off from the target audience like the adult MLP fanbase. Another notable difference is thought-forming. Angus here isn't the first in trying to create a pony tulpa- there's a massive online community doing this, and it can't be found anywhere close to this extent in any other adult fanbase. Lastly, the adult MLP fanbase has a rather large pony porn community, which other shows aimed toward children seem to lack. And I can't help but think many of these 20-ish year old males are creating female ponies to have imaginary sex with. *shrug* But all these differences set the brony movement apart from other adult fanbases.

But again, I'm not belittling them for enjoying a children's show. I've laughed my ass off at a couple episodes of Adventure Time and Regular Show. People can crank out some quality children's shows and sneak in some adult jokes under the radar which parent's can enjoy. But bronies are a different beast entirely.

Edit: Aaron, maybe I am decrying the extreme side of the fanbase. I'll have to think on it and get back to you.
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #25 on: October 15, 2013, 02:51:22 AM »


Zankuu, this may help, maybe...(its also a musical)
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #26 on: October 15, 2013, 04:30:34 AM »
<snip>
I should note that I have a collection of cartoon shows, including Transformers, Thundercats, Batman, The Real Ghostbusters, Ducktales, Darkwing Duck, The Powerpuff Girls... and My Little Pony.  So obviously, I've long since been fine with the idea of grown men watching cartoon shows.

This is the fundamental difference imo. You like shows that allow you reminsice on your past. Most people enjoy a good bit of nostalgia from time to time.
As far as I can tell the bronies embraces MLP as part of their present. This i just don't understand.

There are cartoons written for adults, the simpsons being one of them - http://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2013/sep/22/the-simpsons-secret-formula-maths-simon-singh
i can understand adults getting into that show.

Again though, the demographic for MLP is young girls. I just don't get the appeal for adults.

Sorry Angus and Alexis, I can't bring myself to watch this cartoon.

I'll have a go at answering your OP question;
My favourite pony was called Mona.(not in the series but the only pony I have an oppinion on)
She wasn't really a pony though she was 15 hands at the shoulder and stank.
Sadly she broke her leg a few years ago and had to be shot.

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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #27 on: October 15, 2013, 05:22:56 AM »
Sorry Angus and Alexis, I can't bring myself to watch this cartoon.



I'll have a go at answering your OP question;
My favourite pony was called Mona.(not in the series but the only pony I have an oppinion on)
She wasn't really a pony though she was 15 hands at the shoulder and stank.
Sadly she broke her leg a few years ago and had to be shot.

That....is rather sad... :'(
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Re: Serious MlP: FiM questionnaire.
« Reply #28 on: October 15, 2013, 05:35:58 AM »
^^^^ the thing you posted under my 1st comment is just showing as a box with a red x in it. I get that a lot, I think my browser needs updating.

Yeah it was sad, I learned to ride on that horse. Still, animals die at least she had a good life up until that point.