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About Dreambiscuit

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    Bat Pony
  • Birthday May 14

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

  • Best Pony
  • Best Anthropomorphic FiM Race
  • Best Princess
    Princess Luna
  • Best Mane Character
  • Best CMC
  • Best Secondary/Recurring Character
    The Great and Powerful Derpy
  • Best Episode
    Magical Mystery Cure
  • Best Song
    Pinkie's Smile song
  • Best Season

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    Behind enemy lines.
  • Personal Motto
    "E chu ta!"
  • Interests
    Crushing my enemies, seeing them driven before me and hearing the lamentation of their plushies.

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  1. Thanks for following me! :D

  2. Time for the 'Biscuit to take her yearly holiday sabbatical. I'll try to drop back in at some time during the festivities if I can, but if not, I'll see you all after the holidays. :raritycutehat:

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    2. strongwilled_pegasus
    3. Sparklefan1234


      @Dreambiscuit I hope you have/had a FABULOUS holiday season, BFFFF! :rarityhat:

    4. WWolf


      She says that but she actually hates all of u and needs a break :orly: .






  3. These are the shirts that I’m getting for Christmas, Dreamy. :D


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    2. TheRockARooster


      She's my favourite character.

    3. TheRockARooster
    4. Dreambiscuit


      Nice haul, Rooster! 

      The toy lover in me squeals! :fabulous:

  4. I’m as casual a gamer as I can be because I almost never play at all if I can manage to avoid it. I don't have the disposition for it.
  5. I like fire. It’s warm, pretty, relaxing to look at, and it’s the universal cleanser; nothing much is left after fire has polished it off.
  6. Nothing weird to report. It was pretty ordinary which is about as much as I can hope for. I tiny little girl at the store waved at me and said “Hi!” and that pretty much made my day. But aside from that, pretty quiet.
  7. There are lots of McDonalds' where I live. I live in Anaheim so there’s plenty of business and fast food is a staple. There’s one right over by Disneyland that I’ve eaten at more times than I can’t count.
  8. When it comes to shoes, my experience is that you get what you pay for. In my case I have little choice when I’m buying shoes because my feet have an odd shape; they’re very small but very wide, so it’s hard to find any shoe that doesn’t make them ache within two hours of wear. Sometimes I have to wear children’s shoes and, as silly as that sounds, I can at least find something that fits if I’m not too finicky about the style. If I buy adult shoes on a budget ($15-$20) I can usually expect them to be okay for about two months before they disintegrate. If I want something to last a year I have to go up to the $30+ level. Most shoes these days are very low quality even in the higher price ranges whereas the shoes I have from ten years ago are still going strong. Shoe companies sell garbage and don’t seem to care what they stamp their name on as long as they get that money in their hot little hands. They never think about the future and all the customers who won’t be returning to buy their stuff.
  9. Orange is my favorite color. It’s bright, vivid, happy and makes me feel creative and optimistic.
  10. Well, even if the ingredients are perfectly normal and in most cases tasty. The combination and appearance would throw me off and ultimately kill my appetite for it. It’s really the gummy worms that did it in for me.
  11. I don’t think anyone really thinks of a childhood friend as a sibling just because they spend lots of time together. And falling in love over time as certain areas of the brain develop is perfectly feasible. Love is intangible; it can change from one form to another as circumstances change, and can apply to anyone whether they grew up together or not. Psychology can try to explain it one way or another but the mind doesn’t fit into neat little packages of organized data that applies universally to everyone. I firmly believe that childhood friends can fall in love, marry and be happy just like anyone else. If anything, they have an advantage in that they know each other better than most people who meet as adults and they’ve shared many of the same experiences at the same time, giving them a uniquely similar perspective on the world, which I think would bring two people very close in many ways.

    1. Dreambiscuit


      What a beautiful story! I’m so glad that little dog had the wits and instinct to find a good place to sneak into. Cheers to Mr. Steve for closing that door too! My gosh what a saint! Lovely story.

    2. strongwilled_pegasus


      your back, Dream Cookie!

      what's new:o

    3. Dreambiscuit


      I'm back but not to stay. I'm more or less going to be away from the forums for a while after tonight. This is the busy season for me and I have to take my annual sabbatical to attend to it. I just stopped by to catch up real quick, so it's good to see you! :P

  13. @Dreambiscuit

    I love you with all of my heart, Dreamy.

    1. TheRockARooster


      - Your number one pony.

    2. Dreambiscuit


      Luv you too, Rooster. :wub:

  14. I’d rather be okay at several things because being a master of only one, as nice as it sounds, is too limited. If I’m a master at one thing but can’t do anything else effectively at all, that’s not going to be very practical. I don’t need to be the best at something to be happily capable, even if it’s to a lesser degree.
  15. Until now I was unaware there was anything called an internet challenge. Apparently they come in all shapes and sizes but that stuff isn’t for me. Life is difficult enough without asking for more potential problems, health issues, unnecessary risks and intense discomfort. I guess I’ll have to keep plugging along in my tame, ordinary life.