Company: YG Entertainment (Home of SECHSKIES, Epik High, BIG BANG, 2NE1, Akdong Musicians, Lee Hi, WINNER, iKON, BLACKPINK, PSY, Lee Sung Kyung, Nam Joo Hyuk, Lee Jong Suk, Okasian, Zion. T, Ki Sae Ron, Lee Soo Hyuk, & Yoo In Na)
- Jaewon is a Former Member of duo 1Punch with Samuel Kim (Former Seventeen Member & Produce 101 Season 2 Contestant)
- Jaewon is a Former SMTM4 & SMTM5 contestant
- Jaewon appeared in labelmate Lee Hi’s MV ‘My Star’
- Members: Seola (93Liner, Former Member of N-Bulance), Debby (97Liner), Minju (94Liner, Former Member of The Ark, Former KPop Star 6 contestant), Soohyun (96Liner, Former I.B.I Member, Former Produce 101 Season1 contestant), & Eunbi (94Liner, Appeard on ‘I Can Hear Your Voice’)
Company: Woollim Entertainment (Home of Infinite, Lovelyz & Golden Child)
Series Record at time of cancellation (1990): Notre Dame led 15-7-1 Series Record of Reanimated Rivalry (1991-2016): Notre Dame leads 14-12 Combined All-Time Record: Notre Dame leads 29-19-1 Longest Miami win streak: 6 (1999-2005) Longest Notre Dame win streak: 7 (2010-2016)
Notre Dame started out with such a big lead because they played Miami for a decade before the Hurricanes actually got good in the 80′s. Since The U’s first national title, the series has been very even. Miami actually leads since 1983, but just by a few games. In the Reanimated series, both schools enjoyed periods of alternating success. Currently ND is dominating the rivalry, having won the last seven games against their the Canes.
Let's assume it is justified, is it technically speaking hard to turn a pony into stone? Could you do it? And if so, what prevents other ponies from using it?
Well, the only cases I know of are when the Elements of Harmony turned Discord into stone or when a cockatrice does so. Obviously a pony can’t use cockatrice magic, though, and the Elements of Harmony are no longer available, at least not in a concrete sense, and wouldn’t be usable by just anypony.
I suppose it’s possible to recreate the effect using a spell, though such a spell would be highly complex and not something anypony could pull off. Transmutation spells do something similar but even basic ones are difficult. Maybe a mutatio praecupia focused on the basic molecular structure, while maintaining the morphology?
I have tried frog-to-orange spells and such, but that’s more a morphological change. I could probably do a flesh-to-stone spell, though the scale might be a problem, since the subject in question is an entire pony. With some practice I think it would be possible.
As for what prevents ponies from doing it, well, primarily their motivations and sense of right and wrong, presumably. There are a lot of terrible things ponies could do to each other if they wanted, but of course they don’t. Unless we’re again assuming any usage would be justified, in which case what’s keeping them from using it is mostly lack of such situations.
PLEASE TELL ME SOMEONE HASN'T DONE PARKER/HARDISON YET.
OKAY SOMEONE HASN’T DONE PARKER/HARDISON YET. But now I will! I might throw some Eliot in there too, because @dorothyoz39 requested that. :-)
Drinks all of the coffee: I don’t think Parker or Hardison are big coffee drinkers, so…Eliot, maybe? I guess he’s shown drinking coffee a few times.
Brings up adopting a pet: Hardison. Parker barely knew what to do with a plant.
Kills the bugs: Parker.
Cooks the meals: Eliot. Parker would live on cold cereal if they let her, and Hardison can cook but usually gets so into whatever project he’s working on that he forgets to eat, let alone cook. If it weren’t for him, Eliot grumbles, they’d probably both have rickets or some shit. And if he didn’t cook for them, they’d just steal his sandwiches anyway, Hardison. Yeah, that’s right, he knows about that.
Starts getting into holidays way before they should: Parker.
Initiates the couple selfies: Hardison.
Forgets the birthdays and anniversaries: Parker doesn’t forget them, but they’re not as important to her as they are to Hardison, and she feels awkward about things like anniversaries and birthdays because she didn’t celebrate stuff like that growing up. Hardison totally gets that, though, and he basically tells Parker early on that he doesn’t care if she makes a big deal about his birthday – and he really means it. He plans his own birthday celebrations, and involves Parker in the planning, and that works out pretty well for them both. (Eliot quietly makes them both their favorite meals and a cake on both their birthdays every year, just like he does for Nate and Sophie, when they’re all in the same place.)
Always ends up with too much junk food after grocery shopping: Let’s just say their house is well-stocked with orange soda, gummy frogs, and a wide variety of breakfast cereals, and they regularly get donuts from their favorite bakery. (They don’t worry too much about things like vegetables and fiber. That’s why they have Eliot, who stomps around complaining about grown-ass adults who eat like 10-year-olds while he cuts up fruit and measures out yogurt and chia seeds to make freezer smoothie packs for them, and then cooks them “a real meal with actual protein and vegetables, and you’re gonna eat it so you aren’t the first two cases of goddamn scurvy in modern-day Portland”. This arrangement works out really well for Parker and Hardison, who’d both rather do things other than cook, and for Eliot, who loves cooking for them.)
Nicknames the other: Hardison has at least a dozen nicknames for Parker. (Hardison has at least a dozen nicknames for everyone he loves, actually, but not everyone is as cool with him using them as Parker is, Eliot – man, you really need to relax.) Parker mostly just calls him Hardison around other people. When it’s just the two of them, she calls him Alec about half the time, and the way she says it makes Hardison feel like it’s an endearment.
“It was really a nice day. The girl living in Blueville, a town in which animals lived hapily, was picking up oranges, the town’s native fruit, in order to trade them for some money. Jeremiah, her best friend, was following her while narrating the last comic he had read:
- And then… BOOM! The hero appeared, saving the damsell in distress in the last moment! - the lazy blue frog exclaimed.
- Haha, I knew he wasn’t dead! He couldn’t be! - she responded. - Hey, once I’m finished here, would you lend me that comic? I’d love to read it myself!
- Sure thing! - he said with a smile, happy to share one of his hobbies with his best friend.
Yes, it was quite a lovely day. If only that’d last forever…”