168 deviants said Twilight's parents signed a contract without reading it. They could have sold their kidneys or something. They are too dumb to live.
110 deviants said The moral of the story is that ponies can sell other ponies, even a princess, into indentured servitude (at least as long as it's on paper).
107 deviants said Star Tracker couldn't respect personal space, annoyed the hell out of Twilight and she was the one who apologized in the end.
90 deviants said Be like Twilight - sacrifice your free time because your parents were tricked, refuse any help and then be grumpy that you were the only one who didn't have fun. GG Twilight.
89 deviants said Congratulations, Spike. After 6 seasons and 22 episodes, you finally get to be verbatim a part of Twilight's "family" rather than a slave or a dog. On the other hand, people treat dogs like family members... okay, never mind.
35 deviants said How does Spike's mail service actually work? Celestia's letters are one thing but do all Twilight's friends and family members send her letters via Spike? How exactly do they send the letter so it ends up in Spike's mouth?
35 deviants said Cadence wasn't very subtle in avoiding a possibility that her daughter would befriend a commoner.
34 deviants said Since Star Tracker was a honorary member of Twilight's family, then shipping him with Twilight would result in honorary incest.
31 deviants said Iron Will couldn't possibly earn enough bits to make up for a zeppelin he abandoned without any guarantee he'd ever get it back.
13 deviants said So, Shining Armor likes tiny things, hm? Err... No, that's too easy.