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  1. I vaguely remember watching some old commercial in the early 90s that really creeped me out as a kid. It was this black-and-white vortex that showed a family photo being ripped in half and then this jumpscare wolf's mouth popped out. Then it cut to a black-and-white picture of a man who might have been a serial killer. I want to say it was an ad for Time-Life serial killer documentary but when I search for that nothing comes up. I've been looking for this commercial for years. I mean, it's slightly possible I might have dreamed it but I don't think so.

  2. I vaguely remember watching some old commercial in the early 90s that really creeped me out as a kid. It was this black-and-white vortex that showed a family photo being ripped in half and then this jumpscare wolf's mouth popped out. Then it cut to a black-and-white picture of a man who might have been a serial killer. I want to say it was an ad for Time-Life serial killer documentary but when I search for that nothing comes up. I've been looking for this commercial for years. I mean, it's slightly possible I might have dreamed it but I don't think so.
  3. RIP Peter Mayhew. May the force be with you. God bless.
  4. Let's say that Westeros and Equestria existed on the same planet and thanks to good old conniving and diplomatic failure they went to war. Who would win? How many losses would there be? And what would be the aftermath? My money's on Equestria as they have quite a few more dragons and what not, not to mention the ability to control weather and the elements. But I do think it would be a battle with several losses, and that Equestria would have trouble holding on to Westeros if they decided to occupy it.
  5. Oh, come on. This is hardly the end of the brony fandom. It's only the beginning. Fan creators will be doing animations and fanfics years from now. There will still be brony cons, merchandise, whatnot. And let's not forget, there's always G5 on the horizon. MLP FIM has pretty much staked its permanent claim in the annals of pop culture.
  6. I don't have alot of money right now either so I've had to cut back. I'm even thinking about selling some of my stuff.
  7. I don't know if there's a thread for this or not but I'm wondering if there's anyone else who's big into toy collecting as a hobby. I used to fancy myself a big time 1/6 (GI Joe size) figure collector until the market got too expensive. I have a pretty extensive collection of GI Joe size figures (although now they're all sitting in boxes) from various companies like Sideshow, Hasbro, Dragon etc. I've also got a pretty decent collection of those fancy MLP "fan series" sculptures like Discord and Chrysalis (as well as a few decent plushies). Anyone else here a toy collector?
  8. Male here. Almost full grown beard. I shave about once per month. My ankles however are as hairy as a hobbit's.
  9. Probably not as much, it is a bit heavy on the lore. I'd say at least watch the first two live action Spiderman (Tobey McGuire) movies before you see this one.
  10. The Grey Zone, Precious, and 12 Years a Slave were all really moving, well-made movies but way too brutal and depressing for me to watch again.
  11. You can find some decently priced plushies on Amazon. 4th Dimension plushies ones are official releases too. Just type in "MLP 4th Dimension" and they run between 30 and 50 dollars. As far as custom life size plushies, even if I had that kind of money, I don't know if I could spend thousands of dollars on a stuffed toy.
  12. I don't mind real horses although I keep a distance from them for safety reasons. I've only ridden one once in middle school and I've never raised one. As a military history buff, I think horses ridden by soldiers in uniform (especially Napoleonic era) are simply majestic. Also, I'm pretty partial to Clydesdale horses, a rather large breed (Big Mac's design is partly based of a Clydesdale). I used to go to Busch Gardens theme park and see the Clydesdale stables. Not bad at all.
  13. I don't know if there's a thread on this already but I'm starting to rack up a bit of a plushy collection and most of 'em are of good quality. The Funrise plushies seem to be the most basic. I bought a Rarity only to have her eyes scrape off in the wash (it was creepy). I have two 4th Dimension plushies (Dr. Whooves and Trixie) and they're practically top notch custom quality. I also have a bootleg Chrysalis from the infamous Only Factory who apparently steals custom designs. So any thoughts on who makes the best/worst plush toys?