This is stupid but I'm going to take the chance anyways. What is the point of this post? I need to know if I'm a ponyfag. The thing is I used to watch MLP almost every day and I really enjoyed watching it. Whenever I tell people about it I also tell them how stupid it is and how I actually don't like anything about it. But why do I have this love/hate relationship for MLP? Because I've met ponytards in real life. I was going to a convention and standing in line for the cosplay show I realize that behind me is 3 of the so called bronies. They where talking and giggling. To be fair they sounded pretty sane and they had some interesting things to talk about. Let me tell you this: I have always hated the pony communities. I have always hated how those kids act and I have always been literally scared of them. I am not kidding you. Whenever I see a pony meme or hear someone in real life speaking about ponies I am just waiting for them to pull out a knife and slice my throat. These kids always seems like the kind that would jump on you and start acting like little kids. I don't blame them. They base their whole interests, communities and friends on a kids show. But the whole attitude they put down really scares the shit out of me. But back to standing in line. The girls behind me started speaking about their pony forum and other bronies they apparently knew. When they started speaking about them I started realizing that they were no different from the imaginary picture I have always had about these bronies. And then all of a sudden someone dressed like Pinkie Pie (A skinny girl with a crazy look in her eyes.) came up to the 3 bronies behind me. She started shaking one of them as she yelled: "I CAN NOT GO IN THERE!! TOO MANY PEOPLE!! SOCIAL PHOBIA!!!" And with that she stopped shaking her fellow brony and ran off. The girl who had been shaken stood back still in line and started defending the girl who was shaking her. Apparently they knew each other. I am going to be honest. I love watching the pony cartoons but I hate the community that the show brings with it because of episodes like these. Does that make me a brony?