Just remember, you started this one.
The little pony that could. Quote of the book: "I think I can, I think I can..."
Says the guy who forgot an "N" at the end of "known." And plus, the accusation of trolling is just an excuse for uneducated people who cannot sufficiently argue a point, or intellectually counter something someone says, no matter how seemingly ridiculous it may be. In other words, it (the accusatory nature of the word trolling) is yet another perfect example of liberal claptrap and an easy way out of a situation.
Oh. now it's my turn to get technical. I was likening your opinion to a relevant example that could be used. Just so happens that the example I used were the brony haters. It's your own assumption that led to the misguided conclusion that I called you a hater. You know what they say, "Assumption is the mother of all screw-ups." At least that's what my parents instilled in me.
Oh, looks like we got ourselves an idiomatic linguistics expert over here. Excuse me while I bow and kiss the ground upon which you walk. lol
Hey man, every laugh I have at another's expense is a year off their life and another to mine. I'm cool with it.
If there's ever a fashion line for MLP, I'm sure those scarves would make a fantastic complement. Just like those old styles wealthy women wore with stuffed fox corpses around their neck. It just screams, "Look at me, I wear dead animals! I must be important!"
That could be taken more ways than one. I'm sure you meant to say, don't get your shorts in a twist?
Now that I step back and look at it, you guys are the equivalent of society's brony haters, except towards things within your own fandom. You know what the Good Book says: "A kingdom divided against itself will fall." But anyways, I find it funny that the societal brony haters are actually more inclined to like EQG than MLP itself. Just some interesting irony.
Awww. Would you want a sippie cup and maybe a pacifier to go along with that? Or how about some breast milk? lol