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The Dollhouse / Little Bebops Dulce Catrina
« Last post by Wardah on Today at 01:29:20 AM »
https://www.instagram.com/p/CUy7dDoLcWR/

Has anyone else seen these?
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Toy Box & Games Cupboard / Re: Fashion Star Fillies
« Last post by Cattrah on Today at 01:26:16 AM »
Thank you for your responses! The Catwalk reboot is now live at http://www.fashionstarfillies.com
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I love the wittle puffins!
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Arts & Crafts Corral / Re: Christmas Carol Drawing Comp! (Sign-ups open)
« Last post by Gator on Today at 12:17:03 AM »
Oh my, that time of year again?  Time is flying too fast.  But I hope these holidays are better than last years for me (I was sick with covid).  Congrats again on your wedding Charmer!
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Pony Brag Arena / Re: Tales Starlight
« Last post by Rainribbon31 on Today at 12:16:09 AM »
Congratulations!
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Pony Corral / Re: Are Twinkle-Eyed's now in Blain's ???
« Last post by Rainribbon31 on Today at 12:14:08 AM »
I'm sorry I guess I posted this on a different thread. Nothing at Farm & Fleet Saturday. The store I checked and another checked by my friend both said they're anticipating six but can't tell us when. I'm really hoping that's not six in the state or something.

Meijer had older re-releases but still nice to see on the shelf.
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Pony Corral / Re: Are Twinkle-Eyed's now in Blain's ???
« Last post by Gator on Today at 12:02:04 AM »
My local Cracker Barrell told me to check back Tuesday, that they are expecting more ponies soon as they were out and she said they go "pretty fast".  However, knowing my luck, they are just going to get more of the older waves.  My other local store keeps putting out Flutterbyes, Gustys, and Sparklers.
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Pony Corral / Re: Are Twinkle-Eyed's now in Blain's ???
« Last post by jrr74 on Yesterday at 10:21:21 PM »
I stopped at one of my local Farm and Fleet and no luck. I was unable to do a thorough check to see if they had a designated place for then on the shelf, and were just out of stock. I will try the other one on Tuesday
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Off Topic / Re: What made you smile today?
« Last post by Taffeta on Yesterday at 09:58:11 PM »
We were also eating the fruit (literally) of our labours tonight. Gooseberries from the garden, in a crumble. We had them frozen waiting for sister to come home, as we haven't had gooseberries in the garden for years and it was super nostalgic.

Growing stuff is fun :D
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Off Topic / Re: About Feminine things
« Last post by Taffeta on Yesterday at 09:37:47 PM »
What makes this so horrible for me is that people on the spectrum generally are more sensitive to the behaviour and mood of other people than someone not on the spectrum. We do have problems sometimes reading that mood correctly, but hostile energy, we pick up on very easily. It's also much harder to create a sense of 'self', I forget what it's called but there's some research that has proven that autistic people struggle to identify themselves and thus are more likely to build on the opinions or expectations of people outside. And this can be really dangerous, especially if the people outside are trash.

It's really possible to create massive amounts of trauma in an autistic person from something that someone else might just laugh at and call a joke. Telling her that she would become evil for being 'girly' and had to change how she acted - given that people on the spectrum are constantly being told to change/act a certain way/conform/whatever...would have been traumatic.

Just makes me sad as a fellow autistic person that she had to go through that, and I really hope she's able to come through it and find confidence in being herself.

It would be really nice if people didn't put so much pressure on others to be something they aren't, basically. And gave them some time to figure out for themselves who they are...
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