|Peter New: Officially HorseFamous|
When Horse-News first started following people on twitter, the question arose many times if that signified an achievement of "HorseFamous" status. The simple answer then was "fuck if we know", but we developed a tool to help those questioning souls have their questions answered; the "Horse-Fame Analyzer".
Since then, things have gotten a bit more complicated, AND SUPER SERIOUS.
People are getting robbed in search of horse-fame, and Horse-News (the clear authority on these matters) is here to show you how you can achieve Horse-Fame and still stay safe and sane (relatively speaking).
Now, you COULD achieve horsefame by working hard to create memorable, enjoyable content for the fanbase, by creating artwork, videos, music, or organizing tasks or providing some sort of service to the community at large. OR, you could take a short-cut. What kinds of short-cuts?
More on that later, but First a brief history of HorseFame.
"AreYouHorseFamous", which contains semi-detailed descriptions of some of the most well-known people in all of Equinity.
The list seems to get longer on occasion as new names are added. Who is running that page is still a mystery, but as with most things, Horse-News
Then of course is the song, that Mandopony released this week, tying the whole experience of #horsefame together in a neat little package. The song was released the week after BABScon, where Capper revealed the #HorseFamous tshirts to the masses -the official indication that a person had, in-fact achieved #horsefamous status - and as it turns out, he didn't have enough.
Are you willing to risk your life for HorseFame?
Actually, don't answer that.
But you shouldn't.
We really don't want to be held liable for your half-baked scheme to be known as the "Brony who can swallow the most stuff under the sink", completing your "OC with a Drain-O Cutiemark" motif, especially when it can be achieved, the easy way (ALMOST 100% nazi free).
So, what is next for the most serious hashtag on the interwebs?
My bet: Broadway plays based on a memoir. Or, more realistically, a bumpersticker.