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Offline dragglereeka

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Re: Child Crimes Against Ponies!
« Reply #30 on: April 15, 2021, 04:23:57 PM »
Like what SaraMari said, I never really played with my ponies in a sense, just created scenes with them and brushed the hair. So overall my childhood collection is looking good as a result. (Nothing wrong with rough play though!)
However.... I thought myself as an excellent mane stylist and gave 3 of my G3's a fringe/bangs. I just really liked the look of forelocks on G1s  :P It might of looked ok years ago, but now it's a mess. I knew G1s where valuable, but I thought G3 would go on forever and ever and they would never gain value so it was "okay" to cut their hair !
 I also put nail polish on the hooves of some G2s for some reason?? I think I knew it would easily come off with acetone.
Oh, and taking ponies to school. Luckily Rainbow Dash and Minty survived with no injury, being kicked around the playground by bullies ha.

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Re: Child Crimes Against Ponies!
« Reply #31 on: Yesterday at 02:49:18 AM »
I remember one time I went to a garage sale and I saw a G4. It was marked all over and had very little hair left.

That was the first pony I ever saw in the wild.  :yikes:
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Re: Child Crimes Against Ponies!
« Reply #32 on: Yesterday at 06:07:03 AM »

Let's see...

I drew a bridle and saddle in crayon on my Merriweather

There were quite a few ponies with horns and ears that I chewed up. I remember bringing my Brights Brightly to a friend's house and lying that it was my little sister who chewed her horn. A proud pony owner like me would have never done such a thing. I also had two McDonald's Serendipities, one of which had a chewed-up muzzle. I called her the "runny nose" pony because I thought her chewed up nose had a rather...nasty look to it.

I remember I was disappointed that some G3's had glittery cutie marks, but some didn't, so I put glitter glue on the on some of my non-sparkly ponies' marks. The glitter would wear off over time, leaving a gross gray sticky spot.

On a related note, I had a fakie that I covered with stickers. I tried to take the stickers off at some point, leaving that gross sticker residue behind, which just made her look even worse.

I also put as many stickers as I could on all my playsets.

I only gave one of my ponies a haircut, and that was Royal Bouquet. I couldn't get her hair to be neatly groomed, so I cut the first stripe in her mane short. The result is a buzz-cut forelock with long hair in the back. She also has ballpoint pen "art" on her neck.

Not a child crime, per say, but a novice teenage collector crime-I tried to get some marks off my Sandy Island with nail polish remover, but accidentally rubbed her cutie mark a little bit. I regret this greatly.

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Re: Child Crimes Against Ponies!
« Reply #33 on: Today at 02:31:57 AM »
Ouh I have some! As a kid I gave G3 Rainbow Flash a nasty haircut in an attempt to give her normal length hair (She was a G3 super long hair pony), accidentally melted most of G3 Bowtie's hair with my mom's hairdryer, and wrote my initials on one hoof of a G3 Rainbow Dash with a Sharpie. As I got older, I stopped playing roughly with my ponies and just set them up into scenes on the playsets.


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