1. I'm tired of hearing bronies use the phrase "back in the day" when referring to the beginning of the brony fandom. You cannot talk about less than two years ago and call it "back in the day." The day needs to be at least ten years ago, more preferably 15. Also, you need to be at least 30 to use that phrase, because 14 year olds using that phrase to reminisce about something that happened 400 days ago is pathetic.

    Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:16:21 UTC from web
    1. @crusader8 And I'm tired of hearing "convert" or "love and tolerate." Actually, ESPECIALLY "love and tolerate." D:<

      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:17:07 UTC from web
      1. @scriba Yeah, that too! No good jimmy-rustling tolerators.

        Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:17:49 UTC from web
        1. @crusader8 I know, right!? I can't tolerate those tolerating tolerators! D:<

          Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:19:02 UTC from web
          1. @scriba hey br0, love and tolerate!!!!!! thats wat we did back in the day when this fandom was new and we actally cared abotu converting new pepple to our fandum!!!

            Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:22:10 UTC from web
            1. @redenchilada What if I never gave a plot about conversion, though?

              Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:22:40 UTC from web
            2. @redenchilada *fandumb

              Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:23:11 UTC from web
              1. @techdisk42 Oh yeah, I knew I was missing a letter somewhere in the nonsensical BS-spouting I was doing. Thanks!

                Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:24:13 UTC from web
                1. @redenchilada No problem. Im an expert in nonsensical BS-spouting.

                  Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:26:11 UTC from web
          2. @scriba most of that tolerance is actually pitying with lots of makeup on.

            Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:22:43 UTC from web
            1. @crusader8 Tolerance is pretty much: "You are a pain but I will not beat you up for it".

              Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:23:44 UTC from web
              1. @hakupony if the world loved instead of tolerated, the world would be a happier place! There'd also be lots of sex.

                Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:24:46 UTC from web
                1. @crusader8 Yeeeesss.

                  Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:26:54 UTC from web
                2. @crusader8 Eeyup, sounds awesome, doesn't it?

                  Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:28:30 UTC from web
    2. @crusader8 Hm. Back in the day, i was one.

      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:17:36 UTC from web
    3. @crusader8 The fandom has changed so much, people who were around in it's starting months are allowed to use "back in the day". The thing is that people who weren't around use that because they don't understand.

      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:17:42 UTC from web
      1. @abigpony it doesn't take a unique "had-to-be-there" experience to catch up with less than two years' history of fandom. Seriously, it's not that deep. Like I said, there is no "back in the day."

        Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:29:01 UTC from web
    4. @crusader8 Can we say "back when I joined the fandom"?

      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:17:56 UTC from web
      1. @redenchilada You can say "remember last year" or "hey two years ago, ____"

        Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:18:25 UTC from web
        1. @crusader8 Too bad. I'm going to say "back when I joined the fandom" to talk about things that happened when I joined the fandom.

          Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:19:27 UTC from web
          1. @redenchilada oops meant to use the word "also" hehe

            Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:20:15 UTC from web
            1. @crusader8 Oh, ok. That makes loads more sense. Very good then.

              Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:20:47 UTC from web
    5. @crusader8 I'm 20 which is almost like 30 except I'm crying about being 20 instead of being 30.

      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:20:02 UTC from web
      1. @yodelerty you gots nothing to cry bout yet boi

        Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:20:35 UTC from web
      2. @yodelerty Eat me, Mr. "Oh I'm 20 but almost like 30 while other people are really almost real-30."

        Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:20:38 UTC from web
        1. @scriba @crusader8 Gah.

          Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:21:12 UTC from web
          1. @yodelerty EAT ME!!

            Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:21:21 UTC from web
            1. @scriba Om nom nom.

              Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:21:37 UTC from web
              1. @yodelerty papayasen.

                Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:21:51 UTC from web
      3. @yodelerty You will cry just like that when you are 24. Made me deduce that my age does not matter because I laways will be unsatisfied with it :)

        Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:21:50 UTC from web
        1. @hakupony But not when I am 21 because then I will satisfy the United States' ridiculously high drinking age.

          Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:23:32 UTC from web
          1. @yodelerty Lol in canada its 19

            Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:24:54 UTC from web
            1. @techdisk42 I live in Alberta and it's 18 here. :P

              Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:25:22 UTC from web
              1. @yodelerty Ah. Ontario here :P and i only say 19 because i know thats the legal smoking age, but i dont know the drinking age. I assume they are the same.

                Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:28:11 UTC from web
          2. @yodelerty not high enough in my opinion. Kids need to stop revolving their young adulthood around partying and alcohol. Or lower it to like something stupidly low so they can get used to it before they start getting behind a 2-ton murder weapon their parents buy their spoiled butt for their birthday.

            Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:26:48 UTC from web
            1. @crusader8 The drinking limits don't work at all and if young people want to waste their lifetime, then I honestly don't care. I expect some level of maturity at that age...

              Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:30:17 UTC from web
            2. @crusader8 You really think the drinking age determines whether kids drink or not? It doesn't. Kids see it as rebellious so they do it. My quarrel with such a high drinking age is that, at 18, it's legal to get married and be a parent of children but you're not allowed to drink alcohol, which makes no sense whatsoever.

              Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:30:58 UTC from web
              1. @yodelerty actually what determines whether kiddies drink is individual exposure to it. My parents exposed it to me when I was a young child. Tasted like crap, still does. A higher drinking age limit will help clear out some of the young dumb-bucks that clog up local areas where I attempt to chill at. So if they do it illegally, they gotta do it in privacy where I don't have to deal with them. Then the suggestion for really low age limit is so that they are rebellious and learn about their limits and the effects of being drunk before they get behind the wheel of their first car. I'll be satisfied either way.

                Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:35:14 UTC from web
                1. @crusader8 I don't drink anyway so I don't really know why I'm even debating this. XD

                  Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:36:51 UTC from web
                  1. @yodelerty probably because youre 20 and ready to challenge the world and old farts like me.

                    Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:37:34 UTC from web
                2. @crusader8 I don't know how it is where you live, but over here, every teen knows somepony who could organize some alcohol - and most likely somepony who could organize some weed. They also consume it in public and just avoid the police. Set the drinking age too high and the people won't accept the law and this will expand

                  Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:39:27 UTC from web
                  1. @hakupony yep, totally different where you live. It's easy for kids to get their hands on this stuff, but they got two choices - fake ID or at a friend's house when mean grumpy grownups aren't home.

                    Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:43:02 UTC from web
                    1. @crusader8 Or ask someone with an id to get it for them.

                      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:44:37 UTC from web
              2. @yodelerty I find the age limits for marriage rather arbitrary.

                Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:36:45 UTC from MuSTArDroid
                1. @pony Yeah well, you know. \

                  Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:37:05 UTC from web
                2. @pony Age limits for everything are arbitrary.

                  Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:37:20 UTC from web
                  1. @yodelerty @scriba I don't really know what the limit for marriage is suposed to protect children against, but for alcohol and tobacco's age limit I'm heavily biased and wouldn't mind seeing it prohibited 'til full brain development has completed at 22.

                    Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:42:01 UTC from web
                    1. @pony Yeah, well, I mean, I porbably agree with you, but I == drunk, so yeah?

                      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:42:39 UTC from web
                      1. @scriba xD

                        Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:43:02 UTC from web
    6. @crusader8 I'll claim that privilege despite being a month less than 30 years old. Back in the day, MLP fans were caled fillies because there was no abnormally large contingency of male fans.

      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:29:53 UTC from MuSTArDroid
    7. @thatonestocking Over here, you can have beer and wine at 16 and liquer and tobacco at 18.

      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:31:30 UTC from web
    8. @thatonestocking We even have a law about what ingredients a beer might have xD

      Wednesday, 08-Aug-12 06:34:17 UTC from web