Edit: I have read the sequel, here is your pencil back.
("Is our world a TV show in your world?
Yes, yes it is. Uh...I didn't just shatter your whole reality, did I?
Of course not. If there truly are parallel universes, then there would be a lot of them, yes? Possibly infinite. Taking that hypothesis into account, I find it hard to believe that our perception of reality could change that drastically based on what you have just told us.
“If somebody from your world can imagine our world exactly like it is and believe it is fictional, then that still doesn't make our world any less real to us even if it is fictional to you, much in the same way that if somebody switched the roles and imagined your world down to a T, and called it fictional, it is still reality to you. If not, all the infinite parallel universes would be fake, because they would be featured as fiction in another infinite number of parallel universes.
“And if they, including us, are fake, how can we exist?
Yeah, what he said,"
"Upbuhwha?" I respond oh-so-wisely.
The people sighs but resumes his insight without a hitch. "What I'm saying is, just because our world is fictional to you, that does not mean that we see it as any less real. If your world was fictional to us, would you see it as any less real?"
"Uh...I guess not." )
What do you think? That's a pretty good theory.
I think it's an interesting philosophy to adopt: reality is what you make of it.
After all, who's to say we're not the figment of someone else's imagination?
I'm Korean brony and I really enjoyed your cartoon.
May I translate this cartoon to show my other brony friends?
Hugo m'avait parlé de tes gags. Il ne s'était pas trompé!!
There's a simple explanation:
You're a toymaker's creation
Trapped inside a crystal ball
And whichever way he tilts it
Know that we must be resilient
We won't let them break our spirits
As we sing this silly song