Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'Illogical'.
Found 3 results
Why do Amerophobes insist on immigrating to America if they hate it so much? Wouldn't they feel more comfortable in their homelands than in a country they assume to be the worst thing to happen since the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs?
Hey all you Pokemon fans, it's time to list some Pokemon logic, or Poke logic.Just think of the thing in Pokemon that lacks the most logic to you and share it, In the Pokemon world, it is legal to capture and make wild animals beat each other up in battle for this world's equivalent of a sporting event, but if you ride that bike indoors, so help me. In one episode that gave 700 japanese kids seizures, Pikachu caused the secures, but Porygon, the Pokemon of the episode, gets banned from the anime. Ash and co. are able to tell which Pokemon are in Poke balls that look exactly the same, but can't tell Team Rocket under those stupid disguises until they say their motto.' So share away!
Previous Countdown List: http://mlpforums.com/blog/504/entry-3947-5-things-every-user-should-know-about-moderating-a-forum/ Us bronies don't deserve to be hated, and that's true, however, lots of times we make false assumptions about everything involving the fandom. I hope that by pointing them out, it can at least help people become more logical. I'm here to clear up a few things. #5: Non-Bronies are always haters This is a logical fallacy I see fairly often in the fandom. Why people believe that non-bronies are always haters is something that escapes my understanding. That is like saying everyone who prefers Pepsi has a death-wish against the Coca-Cola company, it's not true, and it doesn't even look true if you squint at it sideways from fifty yards away. Haters exist and non-bronies exist, but that is not an interchangeable term. As the name implies, being a non-brony means you're not a brony, simple as that. And being a hater implies you hate, see? Very simple. #4: Who your favorite pony is matters While it's nice to know, it's not something you need to convince people to. Converting someone to your favorite pony is like convincing someone the color orange is superior to the color blue. It's an opinion question and a petty one at that. Why waste your time arguing about who the best pony is instead of say...explaining why you like your favorite pony in a very long several paragraph essay-type thing (CD has the right idea, although Discord isn't a pony, you get the idea). I'm not saying it doesn't matter to anyone, what I'm saying is that it's not worth starting a flame war about. #3: Being a brony means you're a nice person This one is not true in the slightest. While generally we're over all the nicest fandom around and this forum specifically might be the nicest place on the internet, it's not like that's because we're bronies. Correlation does not equal causation. I have seen many people who are bronies and also happen to be jack-asses, and I've seen nice non-bronies. Being a brony doesn't indicate anything except that you like the show. #2: The fandom is some kind of hive mind I see this very often in threads. People post like the entire fandom agrees about everything, all the time, twenty four seven. They say "we bronies believe yattayattayatta" which is not something that can be said. We're a very diverse group with a lot of different opinions. The main reason this is annoying is because they will often get defensive when you tell them that you have a different opinion, if not, they'll usually ignore you. It's especially bad when the opinion they claim is the generally held one in the fandom is when it's a very unpopular opinion. #1: Firebolt is not the coolest person ever. This is perhaps the strangest anomaly I ever see. I have seen people who actually believe that Firebolt is not the coolest person ever. That is a very strange belief, and I don't know where the rumor first sparked.