Yeah, that could be interesting: like someone who gets that finding your cutie mark is kind of like coming-of-age, and would like to be a kid for a little while longer.
Also, everyone, when do you think the CMCs will actually get their cutie marks? I feel like that's going to be a series-finale thing but who knows? Maybe they'll decide they want to change pace with them and get rid of the "crusading for cutie marks" storyline (they would have to give their group a new name, though).
this stupid College Humor video or even a pedophile or someone who engages in actual bestiality - and use that to paint the whole fandom with that brush. And that's a bit harder for bronies, especially those who are struggling to explain their interest to others in their lives, to bounce back from than the usual stereotype of us on TV as "immature, socially maladjusted, live in their parents' basements" or whatever. At least his show isn't taken that seriously, though, and most people who watch it are probably those who would be dismissive of bronies anyway.
In better news, though, there's now a scientific study being undertaken about bronies that has busted a lot of the stereotypes about us. For example, they've shown that bronies have about the same education and employment levels as the non-brony control group they used. So now there's data that we can use against the haters!