Location: Texas. Truly the most embarrassing thing about the USA, and that's saying something.
Joined Mar 06, 2012 at 12:15PM EST
If you came to thumb down my images or complain about how they’re already uploaded, most of them are just reaction pics that I put in a place where I can find them.
If you comment on my page, it gets deleted after I read it. Nothing personal, just how I do things.
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CURRENT LIFE STATUS: Has none.
CURRENT BASE STATUS: All my base are belong to CATS.
>implying it’s not already coincident with the Rapture.
Knowing Valve, they would probably invent some metaphorical boomerang-tube to reflect all the packets back at them and then laugh.
I know, right? This is stupid. They need a better comment-to-trending algorithm than “Just one comment and trending.”
They could have changed the voices, though. That usually doesn’t take too much. And it was two weeks, so that gives them a fair bit of time.
Was just informed there was a Robin Williams tribute in the finale, and after going back to see what it was, I can testify it is true and that it’s a two-parter.
Firstly, Tonraq says “Thank you, Captain,” to Kuvira (O Captain! my Captain!), and secondly, Kuvira just so happens to be voiced by Zelda Williams.
Very classy, Bryke. Very classy..
Every bit as epic as MLP’s Season 4 finale. I know a fair of you are going to bitch about me bringing up ponies on a Korra page (again), but those of you who have seen said MLP S4 finale know exactly what I’m talking about. Just the action, the story, the culmination of a season’s worth of speculation/plot twists, and those few little curveballs the show writers like to throw at us just made it all worth it.
And, while I’m at it, DAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!! That was one of, if not the best of the season finales to ANYTHING I’ve ever watched, and that includes the DCAU and ATLA. I’d imagine they intended to echo the series finale of TLA, given they said the overall feel of this season would be about the same but darker, but but I wasn’t expecting it to be that true to the source, and that heart wrenching at the same time.
I was wondering, since each school of bending had one special thing that only masters could do, what Airbendings was. My original thought was stormbending (which isn’t totally out of the question, I suppose, given it appears there’s two for each school now, with lightning and combustion, blood and healing, metal and lava, and now flight), but it’s nice to see that worldbuilding trend continue.
It’s not that we got our panties in a bunch. It’s that your comment was legitimately unfunny.
The moment the news spread, it quickly became party-politics. Even off of FOX and NBC. They both just took what sides of the story they wanted to hear and propagated it more.
I dunno. I live in Texass [sic], and the smugness of the citizens of this state rivals that of South Park’s version of San Francisco. But considering that a Republican judge appointed the special prosecutor, well before the indictment became an issue, this means I think Perry might well get convicted.
God, I hope so.
What with all the great celebrity cameos, the humor, and the fact that we probably grew up watching it, no entry till now? I mean, think of all the great moments.
Bert’s Face When reaction image, “How do I look, Ernie?” “With your eyes, Bert,” “Make it so, Number 1” with Patrick Stewart, the list just goes on and on!
Do you miss him yet? No one seems to have answered the billboard.
In b4 Johnny Manziel photoshops…
I have found Stephen Colbert, so that one’s out. But it still disappoints me that the Daily Show with Jon Stewart doesn’t have a page of its own, given that Oliver made the name for himself alongside Stewart.
My question is, why aren’t Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert listed with pages of their own? The amount of memetic material they have generated on the internet is staggering.
And if they are here somewhere, how the hell have I missed them when I watch these shows whenever I can?
And this is to be expected. The first few years, when we were still mostly under the radar, people would think “The hell is a brony?” and this would be one of the first places they’d come. But I’d say we’re a bit like the Trekkies, Potterheads, and Star Wars fans, in that we’ve gotten well-known enough to where they at the least know our premise without having to look it up.
You hear that? That sound? That’s the sound of us caring.
Notice the silence.
That seems a bit long for a KYM pony meme…
Yeah, please wear it. You make yourself an easier target.
Good Night, Sweet The Artist Formerly Known As Prince.
In short, it’s fine to have a waifu, but don’t make your fictional character your actual IRL waifu.
Which is definitely a good thing to say. I mean, I’m always telling people Twilight Sparkle is my waifu (I mean, just look at my post below) and I have fun with it. But she’s not actually my IRL waifu, nor do I ever pretend she is. I’d like to not be the Forever Alone guy, thanks.
Plus, you know, my waifu was stolen from me so she can’t be my IRL waifu anymore.