636 - Whose Fixation?

25th Apr 2012, 12:00 PM in Post-Hiatus
Whose Fixation?
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Tim 25th Apr 2012, 12:00 PM edit delete
Tim
When I'm in a group of people who I know aren't bronies, I don't talk about the show. Just makes sense since they won't be that interested, and will probably be more interested in taking the piss because they don't like good cartoons. And yet Alex seemed keen on bringing it up at his birthday recently, without any kind of provocation or incitement on my part. Yeesh.

And I haven't bought any merchandise. The customised blindbag figure on my shelf was given to me by Maisie. (And it is awesome.)

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Kouhai 25th Apr 2012, 2:15 PM edit delete reply
I hate people like that, It's one of the things I really detest about Alex.
Refusing to wear pink and watch cartoons isn't a sign of manliness, it's a sign of misguided, narrow-minded, arrogant stupidity.
I think his hair cut is girlier than ponies, I'm not even joking. I almost called him Ramona to his face once.
Newbs 25th Apr 2012, 8:48 PM edit delete reply
Pink actually used to be a "boyish" colour. It was an expensive dye, and wouldn't be wasted on girls.
Cookiethebluecat 26th Apr 2012, 12:06 AM edit delete reply
Cookiethebluecat
SCREW HUMANITY

COME TO US BRONIES AND FURRIES, Y'ALL FOLKS ewe
Guest 30th Apr 2012, 1:29 PM edit delete reply
Not to mention that once pink was seen as a downstep from red, while blue was considered qentler, therefore it was usual to see boys in pink and girls in blue, my how the times have chaned