Sing this to the tune of “My Favorite Things” from The Sound of Music.
Doctors with Roses,
And whiskers on kittens,
Diamond Dog diggers
And boastful magicians,
A Bear brought to town by a pair of dumb boys,
These are a few of Equestria’s joys.
Derpy-eyed ponies delivering mail,
Hostile takeovers, all doomed to fail,
A whole town of ponies in love with a toy,
These are a f
Warning: This blog entry will contain many more swear words than usual.
Reader discretion is advised...
I really mean it... lotsa swear words...
Are you sure you really want to go through with this? Don't say I didn't warn you!
Nothing's going to dissuade you from reading this, is it. Oh well. I warned you, and you didn't listen to me, so that's your own lookout.
I think I'll go back to my reviewing now...
Stay sunny side up!
Let me get one thing straight right off the bat: I don’t hate Derpy. So please don’t immediately jump to the conclusion “he’s a hater, so therefore everything written here is irrelevant.” That isn't even a valid argument in any case. Even if I were a "hater", it would not automatically make my opinion any more or less worthy than it would be if I were her biggest fan. So I hope that is clear.
Also from the beginning, I want to make a distinction, which is clear in theory, even if in practic
Now that the March Madness competition has ended in a four-way tie, I feel like I need to talk about some of what has transpired in the course of this contest. My involvement until the quarter-finals was rather perfunctory. I really started taking an interest in it when Twilight went up against Rarity.
And this is how it ended… bump... bump... sugarlump... SMASH!
It’s no secret that I’m a pretty gung-ho Rarity fan. Not at Ghostie’s level of devotion, perhaps, but I’m vociferous enough
You know, there are a great many threads on this forum regarding the multiverse and the possibility that Equestria is real and "out there" somewhere. The argument is pretty much the "infinite number of monkeys" argument. Given an infinite number of monkeys sitting at an infinite number of computer keyboards, eventually one of them has to accidentally type out, by virtue of hitting keys at random, the complete works of William Shakespeare.
To extend the thought experiment, any possible combi
It's been a while since I posted anything other than an episode review, isn't it?
On hearing that Daniel Ingram's fantastic work from Season 1 and 2 had finally been released on an album, I went directly to iTunes and snapped it up. Here's the track list:
However, I confess that I am a little disappointed in it. It's great that we finally have an official and high quality release of the songs, but I would also have liked to have some of the background music. How cool would it be