About My Little Pony
My Little Pony started as a toy back in the early 1980s and has been adapted to a television series on numerous occasions. One of the latest adaptations has the slogan "Friendship is magic,” and if you think it sounds a bit corny, you are probably right, but is a great slogan for the age demographics the show targets, which is toddlers and preschool aged children. The animated pony series is generally shown on The Hub, which is an American TV channel that took over Discovery Kids. The channel is now jointly owned by Discovery Communications, Inc. and Hasbro Studios who currently produces "My Little Pony". There are many interesting characters in the various TV adaptations of the toy including Mrs. Cup Cake and her husband Mr. Cake. They have two kids and run a business together. If you had to guess, what do you think their kids names would be? If you guessed Pumpkin Cake and Pound Cake, you would be right. They also have an employee by the name of Pinkie Pie. "My Little Pony, Friendship is Magic" is one of the very popular releases within this series, as it centres on the stories of Twilight Sparkle, the main unicorn and Spike, her pet dragon. Spike often scribes for Twilight, but he often has spelling issues with words such as "precipice", "threshold", and "brink", yet, he had no problems writing words such as prophecy, discover, twilight, and equestria. While the irony of Spike’s spelling and reading skills may be questioned, he and the ponies will stop at nothing to keep the balance in their world.