- Sep 18, 2014
Bumping this up since this was asked about for some time (around two days lol)
Compared to what they are watching now, this is like Sesame Street.I have known this story for quite some time.
I have never understand why this story is so "horrible" that kids should not read this... Evil wizard was swalloed.. nothing bad and bloody etc. It won't even say he was killed. Just a normal fairytale.. and nowdays some parents are freaking out because this kind of things.. -.-
I'd actually like to write that, one I finish some other things on the go.Yeah, I saw this on the tumbles a while back, it's a interesting story! It's called "Applejacks amazing adventure." A little over simplified, probably to meet a page limit and reading level of small kids. It'd be really cool to see it expanded on, though it's a bit hard to find G1 fanfics, I guess people just aren't interested in writing them. Also interesting how the crystal ponies' story in G4 seems to mix this story with "The return of Tambelon" episodes of G1.
*Shrill laughter from a traumatised Steven Universe fan*Compared to what they are watching now, this is like Sesame Street.
No they don't They won't feel it same way as we do when someone pulls our hair. If you are riding and your balance isn't the best you can grab the horses mane to keep your balance steady. Some people grap the mane when jumping so they hands are steady and not pulling the reins while horse jumps (it is not nice to jumps when someone is pulling your mouth). I usually grap the mane when I'm standing on the stirrups to keep my balance just in case because I do not wanna fall in fast speed.Speaking of the wizard dude grabbing Applejack's mane, apparently horses don't feel pain when their mane are tugged? ...or so I was told by a horse-riding instructor at a school camp some years back!