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So cute!  Glad you got an ID for her!
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Ehhhh I like John deLancie, especially from his time on Star Trek.  :)  I am sure the show is doing its best to come up with a well-rounded episode.  I am sure the Star Wars fans had lots of negative things to say about their episode.  "They mentioned the Holiday Special! AUGH" 
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I feel like Dabble's condition plays a big part. A lot of times, her mane fades easily, so people are less willing to pay for a less than perfect pony. Scribbles, on the other hand, maintains her colours better, so long her body doesn't yellow too much, she will be more collectible than Dabble, whose hair plays a big role in her collectible value.
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Pony Corral / Re: 2018 McDonald's Ponies (USA)
« Last post by DebonaireThundercloud on Today at 12:48:52 AM »
They are so much bigger than I thought. i bought 3, but I don't think I will complete the set.
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They have to touch on all generations! I'm only a G1 collector, used to watch the G1 series as a kid, and am an occasional FiM watcher, but every corner of the fandom should get its due, even Bronies. The Toys That Made Us is pretty good about letting people have their joy, but focusing more on the making-of industry stories.

Can't wait to see the My Little Pony episode! But also the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Power Rangers episodes will be fun to see too. All the old school goodies are getting some love.

—mari
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Is he the guy with the big, deep voice on epic mode?
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Arts & Crafts Corral / Re: Darcisaurus “Moonstone” G1 Triceratops
« Last post by darcisan on Yesterday at 11:54:17 PM »
Dinosaurs! Now there's an idea for a set of pony friends :D
I love her sparkly body, she looks beautiful!

Thanks!  I’m a little obsessed with glitter

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Pony Corral / Re: \"The Toys That Made Us”. Even more Interviews
« Last post by Sunset on Yesterday at 11:47:58 PM »
Interestingly, they are interviewing John de Lancie.

He is a Brony spokesman at this point.
I have seen the Brony doc with his smug self, so I don't expect him to say anything positive about gen 1-3.

Ugh.  Having this dude on doesn’t really help me want to see this thing. 

This is why I was hesitant to post that news here.  I'm going to reserve my judgement till I see it.  And even if his part is cringe worthy, it won't spoil my enjoyment of the rest of the show.

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This is the newest Facebook post.  Looks like someone has been to Target!



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You've probably heard this guy's voice a million times... Ben Patrick Johnson is one of the top trailer and promo voices in Hollywood! He's narrated trailers for films, such as, Trolls, Boss Baby, Mike and Dave, Peanuts Movie, Woman in Gold, Big Eyes, Book of Life, the Oscar-winning Philomena, and OF COURSE the #MyLittlePonyMovie!
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Pony Corral / Re: Favorite TaF Pony?
« Last post by Ponyfan on Yesterday at 11:46:44 PM »
I only had Sugarberry/Strawberry Fair in my childhood ponies. Now I have two Sugarberrys?Strawberry Fairs and Scoops.  Even as a child I loved Sugarberry's/Strawberry Fair's intricate design. :) I guess my second favorite would be Yum Yum or Milky Way

Here's the UK commercial for the TAF/Party Ponies. :)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jB77lTuPANk



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Off Topic / Re: Anyone learning a new language?
« Last post by Ponyfan on Yesterday at 11:32:56 PM »
I’ve been learning French mostly through Duolingo although my true first experience with French was with Les Miserables. :) I fell in love with the musical so much that I picked up the meaning of my first French words this way. Duolingo is useful but it’s talen a long time to feel like I’m actually learning what the words mean. I’ve also made a friend that is fluent in French and we write some sentences  in French  in our messages. I have to use Google translate to understand what she is writing to me but it helps me learn new words. :)

Ponyfan

I used to have a Duolingo account myself I wonder if I can still remember my username...?
That's awesome how you began to study a different language due to a love for a musical, I've never seen Les Miserables...Its on my movie watch list, I absolutely love musicals  :lol:
I think I only really did the basics on Duolingo as I could never motivate myself to do more, its totally worth another try, I actually have a friend myself whos learning Spanish and has been for a few years now, Ill have to have a talk to him maybe we could talk to each other in Spanish when I get the hang of it haha :lol:


My favorite version of Les Miserables is  the Broadway version. :) I had a hard time sticking with Duolingo for a while too because the basics got really boring after a while but now that I'm learning more useful words I find it easier to stick to it.



I’ve been learning French mostly through Duolingo although my true first experience with French was with Les Miserables. :) I fell in love with the musical so much that I picked up the meaning of my first French words this way. Duolingo is useful but it’s talen a long time to feel like I’m actually learning what the words mean. I’ve also made a friend that is fluent in French and we write some sentences  in French  in our messages. I have to use Google translate to understand what she is writing to me but it helps me learn new words. :)

Ponyfan

As a long-time Les Miserables fan, I'm actually curious about this. Although the setting of the musical is France, I never really caught any French from it aside from titles like monsieur, baroness, etc.

I guess, there must be some things I've missed. The musical is such second nature to me my brain has probably glossed over French terms aside from the obvious ones above. lol

Actually, when I got to those titles in French class I knew exactly what they meant and didn't have to learn them. I suppose I have Les Miserables to think for that one!




It's been a while since I've listened to or watched Les Miserables but I know they mention the French word for street a couple of times  :) I learned merci in French from the musical since I misheard Marius line when he tells Cosette his name. :lol:



@Ponyfan are you watching miraculous ladybug in French? ;)

Not yet. I did listen to the theme song in French and understood. "I am a cat."  :lol:

I did find myself singing a little Japenese the other day since the Sailor Moon DVDs I watch have the theme song in Japense even in the dubbed versions. :)


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