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  1. I fed a horse back in 9th grade. I haven't done so since. What's the worst thing to wake up to?
  2. Purple. A nice deep purple. It's soothing and pleasant to the eye. What's on the top of your bucket list?
  3. My goodness. It's been a year since I stopped coming around here? I feel like the worst. ;n;

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    2. Snow


      well, welcome back :P

    3. Trottermare Galamane

      Trottermare Galamane

      Iv'e only been gone two days and I have 80 odd messages ¦S

    4. Trottermare Galamane

      Trottermare Galamane

      Also I do kind of remember you?

  4. Black Gryph0n. I know he's an obvious choice and all, but that's for a good reason. He has talent. If your house was suddenly swarmed with zombies at this very instant, how many do you think you could take out before succumbing to the sheer numbers?
  5. "Nopony has the right to tell these ponies what to think...Just because you like your food a certain way, there is no reason to tell these ponies that they need to do the same" Hmm, it's almost like the staff is trying to tell people not to fight so much just because another may person may like/dislike this season, or even more so just because some people are for Starlight's reformation and some against (I ak aware this episode was written wa before these became hot topics ). Everyone has different tastes, so while some reasons for someone's dislike may be justified for that person, another may like it for the same reasons. Not saying that's a major issue here, but there are other websites where I constantly see people at each other's throats about this season and Starlight, and it escalates to way more than just simply discussing their points of view. That being said, I love how malleable and excellent this moral is!
  6. Uh, I'm not sure if she's a background character or minor character now, given her prominent appearance in Amending Fences, but I have to go with Minuette. Is Minuette a background character or a minor one? Or is she both?
  7. Do you guys ever have one of those days where you put a lot of work into something, and you're really feeling it. You're putting in maximum effort using all the knowledge you have to make something shine, and you feel you did a pretty darn good job; only to have someone look it over and tell you it seems like you held back and that it seemed like you didn't even want to do it in the first place? Well, that just happened to me right now. It's a terrible feeling, and I know I ca...

  8. I'm very excited for Suicide Squad, so probably that one! Between your favorite pony and least favorite pony, who would make the worst roommate?
  9. Ooh, that's a tough question. I'm never one to stick to one favorite for too long when it comes to almost anything. Right now at this moment, however, I'm inclined to say Lilo & Stitch. I'm full of nostalgia for that movie, and it's got everything from humor to feels. It's great. :3 How long do you think you can survive an attack by the princesses if they thought you were a true threat to Equestria?
  10. Wow I feel most people's qualms with Zeph are justified, there is one issue that people have commonly had that I have an issue with: the end. More specifically, Zephyr asking to stay with his parents. I think a lot of people just passed it off as an poor joke on his part or even a lack of effort to change. Realistically, what other option did he have? We already know he had no home, and as long as he doesn't try to change up the house this time or sit around and do nothing, I don't see a problem. If he goes back to making zero effort, then sure, send him packing, but as long as he's legitimately trying, and not half-assing it like before, I see no reason why he shouldn't be allowed to stay. He actually has a job now, and once he has enough money to purchase a house, then he should definitely move out, but I don't see an issue with that as it is now. It's a legitimate concern he had. Where else would he live? Maybe if it wasn't his family and it was a friend or distant relative, but this is his immediate flesh and blood. I could see it being obnoxious or rude to immediately ask anyone else, but since these were his parents, I don't see as a huge problem. That being said, I believe a genuine apology would have been in order first, but I don't think it's very pony-like, or even humane, to send him to the streets if he's making an actual effort to make a living for himself.
  11. I doubt they'd just shove her aside. Even if may not be an incredibly large role, I'm sure she'll be in the movie at some point. She's basically Equestria Girls' Twilight (even more so than Sci Twi). Then again, just as in the show not all Mane Six are in every episode together as a group, there may be some times where the Mane Six/Five(?) of the human world just want to hang out with each other. Sunset doesn't have to be part of every activity they plan. That being said, even if Sunset doesn't appear, it's no loss for me personally. I'm very tired of her and how she's just a plot device to share the lessons Twilight has learned with the human world. Not to mention her personality is dry as a desert. If they can make me interested in her character this time around, then by all means give her more screentime in the movie then ever before; but it's going to take a lot of work to get me on board with her.
  12. I have a really long post with my thoughts in the episode discussion thread, so I won't really go too in-depth here, but.. He definitely deserves my praise here as a character. First of all, his voice actor did an amazing job! Secondly, a lot of his troubles seemed real, it's frightening actually. Almost doesn't seem like the problem fits in Equestria. (It obviously does, though. And it made lifestyle lin Equestria look so much more real and complex). And honestly, I don't think he was that obnoxious. I'd definitely say Season 1 Pinkie or even Discord would be way more annoying in person.
  13. On the fourth watch, wow; Zephyr is just... absolutely pathetic and pitiful. He's almost like a male Trixie. He has a huge ego, and he doesn't have a real home of his own and is in many aspects a complete failure. However, where Trixie has drive and believes in her talent, Zephyr has no self-esteem. On the outside, he's completely different from Fluttershy in terms of personality, but inside he also suffers from a lack of self-confidence. Although, Fluttershy has definitely overcome that hurdle over the seasons. I won't argue against Zephyr being a tool, he was manipulative and lazy; but at the same you can see why he is that way. I have a feeling he was extremely coddled growing up, which is why he's so dependent on family to get anything done, and even then he doesn't do much to improve himself. He has absolutely no motivation. But when he finally succeed in mane therapy, as obnoxious as he had been, that's when something really stood out to me that I believe rings true for most people: you can try all you want to do a good job and succeed, but if it's something that you have no interest in and were put into than rather seek it out on your own, you'll never do it exactly right. It was obviously overexaggerated how much he failed each job, but it doesn't detract from it: he had a real drive for mane therapy, but his lack of self-confidence prevented him from sticking to it. But after getting some encouragement from his sister, he went into it with both his passion for mane therapy as well as a belief in himself that he could do it, two things he never had at once. And he's obviously very talented once you can get him out of his funk! In that regard I can relate, though in a slightly different way. Give me an assignment where I have to analyze a poem, and I can give it my best. I can probably do it without a hitch, but it won't be as well done with visible passion as an assignment as something I love. I don't know how to explain it, there's just that "mmph" you can detect in something when it's done by someone passionate about it. Think of cooking; if you're just someone cooking because you have to, there will obviously be something lacking in the dish. But if you're passionate about cooking and you love it, it will definitely show in quality of the meal. I can't tell you how many times I've eaten something by someone who was not only talented in their craft, but loved it as well. It really makes all the difference! I think I'm kinda rambling at this point, but I hope I didn't jumble things too much. Long story short; while I don't condone Zephyr's actions, I can see what caused him to become who he was and do the things he did. And I really enjoyed Fluttershy being a caring, responsible older sibling and helping him see his self-worth. It's obvious that mane therapy is his talent, and that with this new reassurance he can probably be really successful in it! It's hard to evaluate him based on one episode, but I'm sure as he becomes more and more successful and happy with his job, the less of a tool he'll be and the more of Zephyr will shine through. I would definitely like an episode in the future to catch up on him and see how he's fared.