|Chaplain tries to explain why her son just can't let go of the show and it's dying fan base|
"I just don't get it," said Chaplain, staring at her son in the other room in disappointment. "There's so many better cartoons now! They even remade the Powderpuff Girls. Can't he at least fantasize about little girls of the same species?"
|Pictured here - Phillip's basement bedroom|
While his mother still can't understand how her son's obsession with the show has lasted more than three years, Phillip (22) apparently keeps watching due to "a lack of any motivation what so ever to improve his life." Currently holding a job at Peter's Pump and Hump, he apparently drops nearly $100 a month on My Little Pony merchandise, regardless of no one giving a shit about the show anymore
"REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE," he loudly stated, screeching as a defense mechanism against his single working mother's fascist rules.
No news as of yet if Phillip plans to move on to a better show, however Ms. Chaplain explains that she has limited his pony time to only two hours a day, a decrease from his normal four to five. Further attempts to introduce him to non-pony material have proven unsuccessful, as last month's attempt for him to watch an episode of Teen Titans GO! resulted in multiple suicide attempts.
No word from Phillip on his thoughts on the possibility of the series ending, considering he didn't stop screaming during the entire interview.
Horse News was also unable to attain a statement from Phillip's father, but then again his mother hasn't heard from him in years either.