First of all, I want to say thank you for all these amazing replies. You guys are awesome! Sorry I couldn't reply to them earlier. I had to take a day-long car trip. Wow, you make an interesting point about cultural problems coming from MLP. I had never thought of it that way before. Dude, I wish I had my life as together as you do. I'm still at that awkward stage where I have no idea what to do or where to go. It's frustrating. And rock music is what fuels me, from classic to metal, punk to pop-rock. I do it all! And yes, adulthood is weird and awkward, especially for me. Too bad you can't always be 16. That's exactly what I thought when I first saw BZP. I just couldn't believe so many people love Bionicle like I did. And I'm not really dependent on this site anymore, but only because most of my friends left... and then Bionicle died, so there's that. Yeah, right when everyone started going crazy over MLP, I gave it a try. Not for me, no sir. While I don't prescribe to gender-specific identities, it still me a weird feeling to know so many guys adore this show. And dude, physics and math make you guys more interesting, especially since I can't understand either of them. But I'm sure you guys are more than just physics and math. You're people. Complicated, like all people. Which is the way I should view Bronies. Sisters, man, can't live with 'em... can't live with 'em. Yeah, when you start to define yourself by a TV show, that may be too far. Maybe. I'm no expert. But I get your point. Wow, you sound just like me. I'm quite an introvert, as I imagine a lot of people on this site are. I play video games, but I probably watch more movies (my favorite story-telling medium). And I love writing, I'm just such a perfectionist that I never get anything done. Yeah, it seems so. No judgment here, just don't get it. Yeah, at times I thought that the super fandom of BZP to Bionicle hurt Bionicle. Sometimes fans just need to let the creators do their jobs.