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Discussion in 'General My Little Pony Discussion' started by Keated, 11 January 2013.
Pitmedden? I've just had a look on a map and there's also Bronie Crescent and Bronieside. Awesome
Yeah, definitely the one!
It seems I've always stood like applejack, only since I started to watch mlp I now know it <.<
Not so much...
I don't think the show has had much of an effect on me xD
I think it would take less time to say all the things that dont make me think of ponies ^^
Here's an unusual one.
So, as you probably know, I work in the library. At the moment we're tidying the journal collection, which means going through them and making sure they're in order, generally by counting the issue numbers on them.
Now, a lot of journals are quarterly.
As a result, I found myself counting "1, 2, 3, 4... raise this barn, raise this barn".
Shame raise this sentry is such a bad song =[ we waited so long for a song then they give us that =/.
But Raise this Sentry is awesome
its ok. red spy is better tho ^^
Whenever my school newsletter mentions boys who won equestrian competitions, I always hang my head in shame.
Whenever I see Derby, I always read it as Derpy first.
my brother lives in derpy.... OH GOD! OH GOD
One of the books I checked out of the library the other day was written, in part by a Trevor Buck, and one of my main textbooks for Tort Law is written by a Kirsty Horsey.
The planets now go:
Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupitris Saturn Uranus Neptune
Oh man, I stand like that too, I read your post, looked down, noticed my right foot stood crossed over the left...
As for other things, I think street names is a big one for me, noticing names like Coltpark Place, and having a little chuckle to myself.
Yeah, I've done that for years without realising it...
Maybe standing like AJ means a predisposition to liking her?
Or maybe it's just because she is fantastic ^_^
Well you know things are bad when international rugby makes you think of ponies. I was just watching the Six Nations game between England and Ireland and the Irish no. 12 was wearing a, shall we say, "distinctive" pair of boots in what looked like bright pink, purple and yellow. And I thought "Ah, Princess Cadance..."
Now who do these conditioners remind you of?