...From sweat because you're trying to shove it into a child-sized shoe.
Yeah, sorry, looks like you'll have to put off your sick fantasies until virtual reality technology hits the markets. But hey, if your shoe size is smaller than a 1, these shoes might just fit you after all (and if so, let me be the first to congratulate you on being a manlet). And, of course, if you have a pre-school-aged child, shame on you for being on Horse News. There are children present!
But if you thought My Little Pony-themed shoes not coming in your size was the worst news you could hear today, boy would you be wrong:
For our fans who have been living under a rock, Ted Anderson is a writer for the MLP comics as well as a raging feminist. These pictures should sum it up pretty well:
|We were so close...|
The story will center around an argument over the fact that Mr. Cake makes more money than Mrs. Cake. Normally this would be a problem: The two run the family business together and therefore (presumably) have equal access to the income (oh, and the wage gap theory has been disproven, but don't tell feminists!). But that's OK, because as we've learned from his comics, Ted is pretty good with leaving gaping plot-holes in his stories. Throw in some dialogue bashing every male character involved in the episode, a musical number about how all men are evil, and a touching letter to Princess Celestia about how it's normal to feel triggered when a man looks at you the wrong way and your subsequent "rape" case totally has standing in a court of law, and there you have it: A Ted Anderson episode.
If they really are that desperate for writers, they should have just called me! I have an A in my Creative Writing class, and that should count for something, right? Anyway, if any show staffers are brave enough to venture to this forsaken place, here's my resume!
|I'll also take a job as Storyboard Artist|