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Derpy is considered to be the most faddish pony in the whole Equestria. She always disappears, so that the other ponies have to look for her through the whole city. Will you help them to find Derpy today? Have Fun!
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Derpy is is a female Pegasus pony from the popular My Little Pony TV series. According to Wikia Derpy is also known as Muffins and Ditzy Doo. She was given the name Derpy Hooves by the show's internet following due to her cross-eyed "derpy" expression in the first episode. The name has since been adopted by the crew and Hasbro. Derpy was originally one of several background ponies chosen from a palette and placed in the scenes on the whim of layout artists. She is depicted as being ditzy, clumsy, and accident prone, though eager to help others. Officially licensed apparel sporting Derpy was first made available on August 2011 at the online store WeLoveFine.com, though the store carries fan-designs which refer to various characters by various fan-given names.
Derpy seem to be portrayed as a someone who can't do anything right and constantly fails at everything she tries, even the simplest things, even to the point of becoming a burden on others. She doesn't appear to be useful and capable member of society. As she is cross-eyed some poeple thinks Hasbro indirectly are saying that people with a handicap or a disability is not a useful member of society, and it is this idea that is causing people to think that Derpy is offensive. It wasn't anyones intention to do this, but people use their imagination and judgment in ways to misinterpret things to make them look bad. We at AnimalGames247.com thinks Derpy is a cute pony, and a valuable part of the My Little Pony society, and thinks people should be rather careful with making conclusions based on misinterpretation.