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Bronies: look at how original I am, I watch a little girl's cartoon!
Facts to know: I love this cartoon, I love the art community and fanworks around it, being a part of it is really and always a great experience. but then there's bigmouthes with an ego the size of the moon who want to make the fandom a part of their lives, and take everything about it seriously.
That's not the state of mind of MLPFIM's philosophy to begin with, and from what I watched, it's like the brony doc : awkward teenagers dancing and bragging about their "redefining masculinity" bullshit.
This is so awkward, one must have courage to still look at a little pony after watching this.
I'm sorry Ashleigh.
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