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Slowest 4.41 minutes of my entire life, but totally worth it.
(Also, is there an official name for such fine language style?)
Oh, well, a brony can dream. Give me one of these and... nothing else matters. *gets shot*
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Also, even though the Brazilian dub is coming on, I highly doubt I'll watch it again in my language. I mean, I don't think the Brazilian dub of MLP is overall bad (I'll be honest here, though; the first EqG dub here in Brazil was simply AWFUL. Seriously, don't even think about watching songs in my language, you'll be trying to jump from the Eiffel Tower within ten seconds of any song), but I'd rather keep watching it again in English than the whole thing once in Portuguese. It just feels kinda weird when they're not ponies. (Yep, explain that to me now).
I give two weeks from the Polish release until Mateusz posts even more photos with "subtle" EqG on his monitors again. I want a heart attack again.
WHAT WITCHCRAFT IS THIS
...not enough Vinyl Scratch on the movie per se.
Hasbro, I am disappoint.
#33 - Interesting. Gamer Luna vs. Molestia. I admit, I really laughed when I saw Celly holding the banana. Bonus points for Luna holding a DualShock 3.
Why, God/Javeh/Allah/Whatever, why won't thou allow me to meet a woman as fine as this? *Insert Rarity "whyyyy" emoticon here*
Alternatively, sneak up to each of them in the night and stab 'em to death. Come to think of it, if the series' villains *actually* wanted to dispose of the Mane6, they would probably be able to do so with relative ease...
Stop reading my mind 9 hours before I say something. :P
Say, how much time has it been since Star Wars, Star Trek, Batman, or any other famous story brand that comes to your mind has arrived?
They're old, yet standing strong, because they've made a HUGE IMPACT on the worldwide culture. Sure, We Bronies may not have taken over the world (just yet), but look at those other brands. You people have any idea of how old ASoIaF is? First book's popped in around the 90's. Yes, and here on our 2014's we're watching this universe's magic unveil around us with the HBO series (Or take the challenge, read all books, give free Dance of Dragons spoilers and be proud of beating these enourmous books). Star Wars? Star Trek? Any sign of these space adventures vanishing away from pop culture anytime soon? HECK NO. *Domination sound cue*
If our fandom manages to stand strong and survive even past the actual show, then we've reached the cultural level of such other series - we've been immortalized in pop culture, and in people's minds. Sure, this fandom is a bit stealth-ish, but even then, that'll be a feat.
This is, after all, the Internet. There's always a way to find immortality should you know how to.