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Started by Lync Volan, 2015 Jan 28, 02:08:35
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Quote from: Chishio Kunrin on 2015 Feb 14, 20:05:10Spoiler: showHow about an episode where one of the CMC keeps secretly doing something and the other two are keeping the secret for her because that's what friends do, but it's starting to get really hard for them? And no matter what they say, she won't tell somepony (like her sister or somepony else) what she's doing. And the other two don't wanna tell because it'd hurt her and betray her trust. She's the only one in this situation who can and should tell, but she keeps putting it off.It's a difficult situation that anyone can end up in.
Quote from: Lync Volan on 2015 Feb 15, 05:53:07isn't that what "Honesty" is for ?your making me wonder what that secret is now
Quote from: Mizuki on 2015 Feb 15, 23:43:28I wanna see an episode where Pinkie Pie gets a tooth ache from eating too much sweets XDI imagine they'd have to drag her to the dentist's office and perhaps whacky chases would ensueThe moral of the story would be 1) brush your teeth & 2) don't be too scared to see a dentist!
Quote from: Mizuki on 2015 Feb 15, 23:43:28Spoiler: showI wanna see an episode where Pinkie Pie gets a tooth ache from eating too much sweets XDI imagine they'd have to drag her to the dentist's office and perhaps whacky chases would ensueThe moral of the story would be 1) brush your teeth & 2) don't be too scared to see a dentist!
Quote from: Chishio Kunrin on 2015 Feb 16, 01:22:14How about an episode where Pinkie tells the CMC a story from her fillyhood about how she learned to laugh at herself, in order to teach them that lesson too?Sometimes, you shouldn't take things too seriously. A great way to shake off embarrassment is to find a way to laugh at yourself.
Quote from: Chishio Kunrin on 2015 Feb 16, 01:22:14Spoiler: showWell, the idea is kinda based on the fact that a friend of mine is afraid to tell her parents that she has a special someone, and my mom and I keep having to pretend we don't know about it and cover for her. She needs to tell them. They'll be mad at her if they find out another way. And they'll be mad at us if they find out we've been keeping it secret all this time. We didn't know it'd go on this long.I figured, this kind of situation can happen to anyone, so it could be a good dilemma for an MLP episode.
Quote from: Lync Volan on 2015 Feb 16, 02:12:51Post Mergedidn't the Cutie Mark Crusaders already kinda learn that lesson in that Talent Show ?Spoiler: The Medals after show! showPost MergePretend? why? do they ask you if she does? or are you both just like nervous or something ?do you support the idea or are you just being a good friend ?
Quote from: Chishio Kunrin on 2015 Feb 16, 03:06:59Spoiler: showI think that's not what the lesson was in The Show Stoppers. Spoiler: From the MLP wiki's transcript of Twilight's conversation with the CMC after the talent show. show Twilight Sparkle: Hey, you don't sound too excited. Scootaloo: [sigh] We worked really hard and won a prize, but we still don't have our cutie marks. Sweetie Belle: Which is the prize we really wanted. Twilight Sparkle: Oh, girls... Apple Bloom: But we think we know why. Sweetie Belle: Yes. We know why. Twilight Sparkle: Oh? Tell me. I'd love to make a special report to the Princess. Sweetie Belle: Well, maybe we were trying too hard. Twilight Sparkle: Yes? And? Scootaloo: And instead of forcing ourselves to do something that's not meant for us... Twilight Sparkle: Yes? Yes? Apple Bloom: We each should be embracing our true talent! Twilight Sparkle: And that is...? All: Comedy! It seems that the lesson was supposed to be "Don't force yourself to do something that isn't meant for you. Instead, pursue the things that are."The CMC didn't learn to laugh at themselves. They just thought they were really good at comedy.[/spoiler]
Quote from: Chishio Kunrin on 2015 Feb 16, 03:06:59Spoiler: showI think she should ease into telling her parents, and we've suggested ways to do it. Buuut... we keep being met with "It's not time yet" and "I'll do it when I'm ready."If she keeps up with this, it'll never be time. Know what I mean? But if we tell them, they might be angry at her, and she'll feel hurt and betrayed.She keeps telling her parents she's hanging out with one of her friends. The other night, while she was hanging out with him and his family, I had to have actual verbal conversations with two people who were asking if she had come back to my house yet and if I'd heard from her. I'm surprised no one noticed something was up from how nervous I was! Sometimes keeping a friend's secret can be really hard.