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Was balance really the issue?


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Yes, a thread about Big Mac and the MMMM. In the episode, Big Mac had trouble carrying the cake. But if balance were really the issue, as most bronies claim, why did Applejack use the word heavy rather than unstable?

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All kidding aside, Applejack sometimes makes strange word choices.  For instance, she once erroneously referred to the Apple family gathering for the Sun Celebration as a reunion when that was just an additional event for the special occasion.  Then there's the theory that the MMMM includes dark matter as one of the secret ingredients. 

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Then there's the theory that the MMMM includes dark matter as one of the secret ingredients.

The Dark Matter Theory is based upon assuming the cake is heavier than the house he dragged in Heart's and Hooves Day.

 

I don't think balance or weight are serious issues in comparison to the fact that they couldn't just dead-lift it from opposite sides of the year e like we fingered people can.

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the cake wasn't heavy, it was fragile.

 

Also lifting something slowly is harder than lifting something fast.

 

the fact that Mac had to walk so slow would have put more work on his muscles than if he could just walk at a normal pace.

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Actually if you think about it. The cake was very wobbly. It was not a question of heaviness of the cake or a question of Big Mac's strength. It was a question of the stability of the structure of the cake. Big Mac was being careful to prevent the cake from spilling, not struggling to keep it a top his back because of heaviness. Big Mac is a burly pony. Not much can be heavier than he can handle. AJ was just using bad wording choice.

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