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1.
Short for My Little Pony:Friendship is Magic, a kids show which surprisingly also attracts adults.
You should watch MLP:FiM, its better than the title implies!
by the_shoggoth August 11, 2011
 
2.
Stands for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. A cartoon show based on the My Little Pony franchise written by Lauren Faust and Team who also wrote shows such as the Powerpuff Girls and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.

Very popular amongst Bronies.
I love Mlp:fim ! My favorite character is Derpy Hooves.

Well, I like everypony on that show!
by Derpy Hooves FTW April 17, 2011
 
3.
Abbreviation for the show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Despite the title's girlish look, the show is surprisingly entertaining for anyone. The show was created by Lauren Faust, who also helped create Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, The Powerpuff Girls, and Kids Next Door. Faust described the show as a "family show," stating that the program wasn't made specifically for children. Male members who watch the show are classified as "Bronies," who are often called gay or fag for watching. Although, most men who watch the show are straight (including me.) I suggest you look into it, sometime. Yes, you. Reading this.
Brony 1: Hey, did you see that new episode of MLP:FiM?

Brony 2: Yea, man! Fluttershy was so adorable.

Hater: Lol, stoopid gay newbs, you're a bunch of fucking pussies. (Goes to jack off to CoD)
by That Brony Gamer Guy February 07, 2013
 
4.
Abbreviation to - My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

The show that can teach anyone a valuable lesson about friendship in every episode.
Brony #1: "OMG, A NEW EPISODE OF MLP: FiM WAS RELEASED!!"

# On TV #

Dear Princess Celestia,

My friends and I all learned an important lesson this week: Never judge a book by its cover. Someone may look unusual, or funny, or scary. But you have to look past that and learn who they are inside. Real friends don't care what your "cover" is; It's the contents of a pony that count. And a good friend, like a good book, is something that will last forever.

Your faithful student,

Twilight Sparkle
by riskyourrisk May 29, 2014