That’ll show ‘em
Because I have 20 million dollars in PSN and Xbox Live points cards and I have to use them somewhere.
No matter how many things are leaked online, I will never stop being excited about a NEW PONY PAMPHLET
This fat angry Rainbow Dash is going to do FLIPS!
Derpy’s canon name being [picture of a muffin] is such a great thing
It’s probably a case of the prototype looking cooler but this Twilight has a softer body color that looks really neat
Yeah get it Fancy Applejack
#Rifftrax #RifftraxLive #SantaClausConquersTheMartians #MST3k #MysteryScienceTheater3000
The problem I have with people is that they assume that I say happy holidays because I don’t want to offend anyone. That’s not the case. If you can’t just say “I’m sorry, I don’t celebrate Christmas,” without making a scene out of it, then you’re a douche, and I don’t care if I “offend” you in that case.
No, I say it, because I want to be all inclusive. It’s a convenient little way to say “I don’t know what you celebrate, but I hope you enjoy it anyway, even if it’s different from my own.”
"But Akito, why don’t you say Happy Holidays every other time of the year?"
During Thanksgiving, I say “Happy Thanksgiving to those who celebrate it and happy Thursday to those who don’t.”
"But during Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day and…"
Those don’t even count because those only last one day. No one says “Happy Valentine’s Day” on any day of the year except the 14th of February. No one says “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” on any day except the 17th of March. (Or whenever it’s celebrated. I don’t actively celebrate it, so…) But in December, everyone has different holiday plans going on at roughly the same time, and as such, one person’s holidays may be a matter of days or weeks apart from someone else’s.
Also, if you’re upset that people refuse to say “Merry Christmas,” then I tend to believe you can’t see the forest for the trees, considering you never see stores like Wal-Mart or Target or anywhere else decorate their store with Hanukkah or Kwanza or any other winter holiday. Granted they don’t always bust out nativity scenes or figures of Jesus, but they’re always quick to pull out their wreathes and mistletoe and decorated pine trees. What holiday does that symbolize again?
Oh yeah. FUCKING CHRISTMAS.
When someone says “Happy Holidays,” the only thing you’re missing out on is the name of the holiday, and why is the name itself so important? If you know what you’re celebrating, there’s no reason why you should have to validate it by forcing others to speak its name.
"But the Christmas stuff is all secularized, commercial garbage!"
In other words, “Because the media refuses to showcase what Christmas means to my religion, it has lost its meaning to me.”
Spoiler alert: You can celebrate Christmas your own way! You don’t need the media’s approval to celebrate the birth of your messiah during Christmas. You’re not being persecuted just because your way of celebrating isn’t put out for all the world to see. (Even though it is)
Whatever you celebrate and however you want to celebrate it (as long as it doesn’t bring harm to yourself and/or others) is fine by me! But long story short, remember that what’s important at the end of the day is what you’re celebrating. Not what other people call it, or how other people spell it, or how it’s portrayed in the media, or how it’s NOT portrayed in the media. Let your holiday be personal to you and your family and friends.
Whatever you holidays you celebrate, the only thing you should be concerned about is that you have happy holidays.
I’m 99% sure whenever someone tries to legitimize the “war on Christmas” Jesus Christ himself sighs and shakes his head.
no but let’s be real the worst people in the my little pony fandom are the people who insist that ponies aren’t horses
This is a serious issue.
He’s insane and they’re all terrible