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I'm bored, /mlp/, and I'm in the mood to draw something. You tell me what I draw, and if it isn't insanely difficult, I'll give it a shot
Picture related, it's my latest piece. Nothing too special. Looks like shit, really. Just to give an idea of where my skill is at.
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The main reason as to why I can't fucking stand bronies, is because of their name.
Everytime I here someone call themselves a brony, I sigh inwardly and restrain myself from writing a whole bunch of bullshit as to why I would like nothing more than to punch their face in. But I can't fucking stand it any longer.
I hate the term Brony, because all the people that use it feel like they've created their own culture (and dont even get me started on the fuckers who use the term "Brony Culture"), when in reality, they are still and always will be a fandom.
A culture is a grouping of countless millions of people who have passed on their traditions throughout the generations, not a bunch of socially inept manchildren who happen to like a cartoon show aimed towards younger girls. I understand the term "culture" is a loose one, but I feel that a community of autistic fucks that are at most only a few million strong (if even), and who have been around for about 3 years has the right to consider themselves as a "culture". They are a fandom, simple as that, and they should refrain from flaunting on about how special they are for being "unique" and "breaking social norms". The term brony is simply a title for people who crave and desire attention from others, and will go to any lengths to get even the smallest amount of attention, even throw away their masculinity (You don't have to like the show and be a total fucking panzy because of it).
Plenty of People loved the cartoon "Samurai Jack", but you don't see us going out in the streets and bragging about how "we're so unique and different". They don't give themselves a title, because it serves no purpose, other than making you stick out from everyone else in the hopes of attracting more attention for yourself.
If your a fan of the show, that's cool. To each man his fetish. But when you use a title that symbolizes you belonging to some greater group or higher understanding, then we have a fucking problem.