News - Jan 16, 2019 (4 days ago)

Thank you for coming.

It's been a long time coming now, but it's time for Twenty Percent Cooler to close down. We've had a good run and had a great time in our heyday, but the sun has set on our little website and now it's time to go. You have about a week to record, save, and archive what you would like before everything goes dark, so please make the best of this time.

Thank you for all the memories and contributions to our community in these last 8 years. We had a great time.

~ Sincerely, Princess Luna
Lead Administrator for TwentyPercentCooler.net

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honestly this doesn't really make sense. I mean, equines are lawn mowers. Cured grass would be a food staple for them. Not tasty perhaps, but filling and oddly satisfying. Like refried bean burritos the lawn would require something for flavor ... some dandylions and mint, I suppose.

Plus I think humans are weird about lawns. Why does it need to look like you're running a museum of don't-touch? Just pave over the grass if you don't like it ... or let it grow a bit before you start playing He-Man and proving you are stronger than the elements by destroying them.

...have I mentioned I don't like lawn mowers? Equines are cool though. They can visit any time.

It's still fucking adorable to see a cute filly busting out her inner grease monkey.

Slag
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5 years ago

AKmalamute said:
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At least where I live, long grass becomes home to numerous horrid pests, from ticks and fleas that pose an annoyance and health threat to locusts and aphids that plague our plants. Getting rid of their home is pretty fucking paramount, especially if someone spends a lot of time in their yard or has kids, and the nice look of the yard (and for some, the smell of freshly-cut grass) is a bonus.

AKmalamute said:
honestly this doesn't really make sense. I mean, equines are lawn mowers. Cured grass would be a food staple for them. Not tasty perhaps, but filling and oddly satisfying.

That's not a lawn mower - it's a personal harvester. A pony's got to have some way to lay in a stock of dried grass for the winter. :3