Transcribe Audio (or Closed Captions) is a wonderful feature on YouTube videos where viewers can watch the videos with computer-generated captions. However, these are usually very off, resulting in hilarity with completely ilrelevant words due to the transcriber mishearing the words. For example, "Three months of winter coolness" could get translated into "land mines in oklahoma" and "Alright..." could be translated into "pro right". It is thanks to this function that the sea serpent from Friendship is Magic, part 2 was named Steven Magnet, the dragon from Dragonshy was named Basil and the dragon from Owl's Well That Ends Well was named Margaret. Not to mention, it reveals facts such as Applejack owning a bar (and being a weather forecaster), eBay existing in Equestria despite the lack of computers along with Hotmail, Spike knowing that he's in a cartoon show, Rainbow Dash being a crow and Scootaloo being Gordon Freeman in disguise.
Applejack reveals that she owns a bar. Not that it was a secret, given her name...
She can also forecast the weather. Nifty.
A typical argument between a customer and a florist. These hardly ever go well, especially when eBay is involved.
Apparently, using Hotmail allows you to catch snowflakes.
Pinkie Pie called. She said she wanted her fourth wall breaking ability back.
Hm, well, Rainbow Dash doesn't look black to me...
I stand corrected.
Now we know what Scootaloo's special talent is. Killing headcrabs.
Actually, I'd much rather eat my food in Spain.
This is what happens when time gets tired of flowing forwards and decides to flow backwards.
Surely you mean pony rights, Cheerilee.
So that explains why Angel doesn't take manure from anypony.
Spike reveals his atheism to Snips and Snails.
Season 2, Episode 1: Twilight Sparkle decides she hates Britain's Got Talent and sets out on an epic quest to stop it from happening.
Spike does not want.
Season 2, Episode 2: Batman returns.
You know, in 1910 Portugal became a Republic. You know where I'm going with this.
This makes sense. Fluttershy cares for all things great and small and so (apparently) does God.
Rainbow Dash: Undercover Cop, Episode 1: Rainbow Dash discovers her friends are cocaine addicts because she's been practicing.