135 deviants said Do cutie marks define a pony or is it a pony who defines a cutie mark? Do cutie marks make any coherent sense anymore, or everything changes in order to suit the plot?
107 deviants said It's okay, kids! Dangerous criminals are just misunderstood victims of their own goofiness!
101 deviants said Braeburn
79 deviants said Miscarriage of justice is one thing, but I’m also pretty sure helping a formal criminal escape from jail is a federal crime even in Equestria. Cutie Mark Cursaders have technically became criminals (without cutie marks)
77 deviants said The moral of the story is that if you have no actual talent, you can always get paid for making a fool out of yourself (because he will get paid for being a clown, right? Right?).
55 deviants said That pony has destroyed several mattresses. No problem, give him another one to destroy! Your tax bits at work.
43 deviants said CMC found a life purpose for a guy who lost at the life lottery, yet still no cutie mark.
40 deviants said MLP horses are canon. Which is a sin, because horses are weird. Pony > horse.
29 deviants said Three little girls say a fugitive criminal is a good guy, so, good enough! Good enough for them getting a punishment for him. Equestria's justice in action.
5 deviants said I’d rather say that Trouble Shoes’s cutie mark means either involuntary vandalism or involuntary ponyslaughter. Or both.