Location: Equestria, Decepticon Embassy
Joined Feb 24, 2012 at 02:56PM EST
OK, before anyone actually does, not really. I just had to make that joke.
Go seek out Sam & Max & Ruby. It explains everything.
Max & Ruby is a prequel series
Is that Princess Bubblegum?
I just thought a comment like that risked turning things ugly, but I didn’t think it had to since Voice’s opinions on the show are pretty well known around here anyway (I’m not saying nobody is allowed to have that opinion). Nothing happened though so it was just me being a little paranoid, I guess.
I’m fully aware. It just seemed hugely unnecessary (which admittedly made my reply equally unnecessary).
Well, that’s not going to go down well.
The Second Russian Civil War
Must be the only Anaconda joke I’ve ever laughed at
“You’ve just ruined my fantasy!”
“Ships from USA supplier”
Where high school homework was concerned, this actually worked for me quite frequently. After moving on to university however, the option doens’t exist any more.
Granny Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure?
Oh my gosh! Why are there so many drawn people in Elmore? Go back to your flat country and stop ruining our economy!
Forgivbe me then. The way I read it at first, it just came off a bit one-sided. It’s clearer to be what you meant now.
Just wait till Season 5 starts
Sorry but if you’re worried about downvotes while trying to be repectful, the whole “That’s not what you know, that’s what you think,” deal isn’t helping much.
-The Amazing World of Gumball
-Wander Over Yonder
-Star Wars Rebels
-Mickey Mouse (the new shorts)
-Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
-My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (Season 4 concluded in May)
-Transformers (Prime ended 2013; sequel series Robots in Disguise begins 2015)
-The Legend of Korra (just ended)
Literally every cartoon I’m currently keeping up with thus far!
Yep, you read that right. That was pretty much the starting-off point for the teacher, saying that some of Roald Dahl’s short stories were a lot more grown-up than his famous novels.