Start a hangout
My biological father is the pressure parent. Before I stopped talking to him, he used to love this one amusement park near our town called World of Fun, which had a shit ton of high as hell roller coasters. And I have a terrible fear of heights. So he wouldn't tell me where we were going and we'd show up at the park . A sense of utter terror filled within me and if I said I didn't want to go he'd guilt trip me and yell at me because he had all ready bought the expensive tickets. So I was forced to go on rides, not because I wanted to try them, but because he wanted to go on them and I had to go too because it was his 1 of 2 weekends a month he got me. Now I can't talk about that place without being terrified. (Now that I think abut it; he also did this with teaching me how to ride a bike. He shoved me down a big U curved hill without holding onto me, and I had no pads on. Needless to say I didn't learn how to ride a bike until I was 10 because I was f'ing traumatized. Thank a lot Chris.)
There's also a parody cartoon of this show...and it's 5th season destroyed me...I can't even look at screenshots from the show with out going into flashbacks...it was mediocre, so I contemplate how that's possible but, whatever. I've learned to live with it. Anyone else ever watch that show?
While I do hate this song and 1D I will say the back dimple thing is something I am personally insecure about. They just look so weird and don't fit and I...gross with them. So, they had that right about some girls (still can't stand those kids though)
This is the exact problem I had with 'Testing Testing 1, 2, 3'. You cannot make a stop jut for the sake of its Aesop! At least that episode was an mlp episode-a show that strives to present a moral in each episode, so it does get a bit more leeway. But this show is Nickelodeon! Since when in the past 3 years has any show (excepting Harvey Beaks, which is brand new) taught a good moral that wasn't a parody.
Don't think yourself so sneaky Starlight, I saw you.