Hearts and Hooves day is probably the scariest thing that MLP has ever created to date. No, really. Yes, scarier than Too Many Pinkie Pies. Yes, scarier than M.A. Larson. Yes, even scarier than tennis pony. It’s not that the actual content of the episode that was scary- All in all, that was rather tame. It’s the implications of the episode that made it pretty freaky for me. I’ve composed a list of all the problematic stuff in this episode, and I would like to share it with you.
Hearts and Hooves Day is probably one of the most diabetes-inducing and generally heartwarming stories ever aired in MLP: FiM to date. Dare I say, it’s even more heartwarming than Party of One and Hearths Warming Eve combined, assuming you can stomach a little lovey-dovey silliness. Here then, is my argument for why Hearts and Hooves Day is not terrifying, but exceedingly heartwarming. So who’s right? Me? Or J-Rod? Choose the winner in the comments below! Continue reading
As the staff of The Daily Oat was having a well-earned rest in the breakroom, Rocktavia and Jroddie got to talking. Of course, the topics of conversation came to ponies. They got to talking about their favorite episodes, and Rocktavia brought up Hearts and Hooves day. Jroddie didn’t agree with him at all, and the pair decided to settle it like 21st century men – by publishing two different articles, and letting the open forum of the internet decide who has the prevailing opinion. To settle this pissing contest, the two writers need each reader to comment on their article to figure out who the winner is. So please, keep on the lookout for articles about Hearts and Hooves day, and the Daily Oat team will finally be able to settle the age old question — Is Hearts and Hooves day a heartwarming story, or secretly horrifying?
If you haven’t seen the episodes yet, then you’ll probably want to
come out from under the rock you’ve been living under watch it first to understand what we’re referencing. For your convenience, we’ve added a Youtube video after the break! Continue reading
Her Royal Majesty and our favorite teacher, Nicole Oliver has been announced to come to BronyCon. All titles aside, Nicole is really cool in real life, but try not to ask her stupid questions. The full press release is after the break. More info on this and the rest of the cons is right over here.