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    NaPoWriMo 2016!

    Do you like to write? Do you think you could write a novel in a month? Or set yourself a high word-count objective and meet it? Welp, 5 days late here for the announcement, but if you like a writing challenge head up to the EQD NaPoWriMo 2016 blog post!

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  • 4w, 5d
    BillyColt's "I Have a Hat" [Royal Canterlot Library]

    Today's story might just prove to be magical reading.

    I Have a Hat

    [Alternate Universe] [Crossover] • 8,935 words

    Upstart is excited. His mother has hired a unicorn for a party. It will be so delightful to see a unicorn performing magic. It's sure to be fun for the whole household!

    Of course, it's just a little fun. She's not really a unicorn. After all, unicorns don't exist.

    FROM THE CURATORS: "An Equestria where magic has ceased to be a factor in ponies' lives is a fascinating AU right from the start," AugieDog said, and all of us reading this Victorian-flavored tale — a pony take on G.K. Chesterton's play Magic — found ourselves swept up in its enchantments.  "This offers a thoughtful bit of commentary on the role of magic in our lives," Chris said, "and its Equestrian mooring is a surprisingly necessary lens through which to see our own human mythologies."  As Present Perfect put it, "it turns out there's nothing to make the reader tremble in awe at the knowledge magic exists quite like taking magic away in the first place."

    And while the power of that theme might have sealed this story's feature, there was plenty more to like here — such as I Have a Hat's tonal balance and character work.  "There's a noble tragedy that suffuses the entire story, even as its surface content remains light and slice-of-life," Chris said about the former, while AugieDog praised the latter: "The characters, all OCs, are fully-formed and well-detailed." Horizon appreciated those both: "The subtle power plays among the various inhabitants of the house were just as fascinating as the bigger, flashier A-plot, and watching the visitors navigate those tensions really helped ground both halves of the story into a more unified whole."

    But our commentary kept turning back to this story's well-realized setting, perched at a carefully calibrated distance between our lives and the show.  "It was a brilliant choice, I think, to set this in a pseudo-Victorian era," Horizon said. "I'm reminded of L.P. Hartley's quote 'The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there' — both in the contrast between the setting's past and present, and the contrast between the setting's present day and our own."  Chris appreciated how that also contributed to the mood of the story: "The mix of 1800s-ish setting and moors with a somewhat more modern writing style gives the piece an appropriately uncertain, ethereal air."  But, like any good magician, most impressive of all was how seamless the presentation was.  "Justifying an AU an like this is always a challenge," Present Perfect said, "but this one rises to it effortlessly."

    Read on for our author interview, in which BillyColt discusses branding arcs, unplayed cards, and toyline invitations.


    Give us the standard biography.

    Well, I’m a 25-year-old college graduate, a musician, and an accountant. Currently desperately searching for a job here in sunny southern California!

    My chief interests are television, theatre, and classical music. I got into creative writing mainly through roleplaying, and I started with little short stories and terrible fanfictions for things like Neopets and Eragon. I got into MLP after finding it had a Sondheim tribute, and I started writing fanfiction after having some chats on the imageboards.

    How did you come up with your handle/penname?

    It was really something I came up with more or less on a dime. I wanted a snazzy handle that wasn’t one of my other online handles, and my first fic was going up, so I needed something fast. “BillyColt” seemed like as good an idea as any, and I’ve gotten fond of it as a moniker.

    Who's your favorite pony?

    Oh, I don’t like to play favorites, but Rarity is my favorite of the mane six. She’s always fun to watch, thanks to her flamboyant personality and voice work. I also just find something novel about how her character arc is about building a business and personal brand.

    What's your favorite episode?

    Hm. That’d be tricky. If I had to just pick one episode, it’d be Pinkie Pride, which is in my opinion the best episode of season 4 (which I’d say ties with season 5 as the best season thus far) and The Saddle Row Review (which in my opinion is absolutely delightful). Other episodes I’d mention include Brotherhooves Social, Just for Sidekicks, Amending Fences, Sonic Rainboom, and PPOV. I’m sure that if I spent more time on it I could name many other episodes.

    I’m also a big fan of the comics, and some of my favorites stories in there are Zen and the Art of Gazebo Repair, Neigh Anything, Reflections, Sombra Rex, Siege of the Crystal Empire, the Rarity, Pinkie Pie, and Luna micros, and too many of the Friends Forever issues to name.

    What do you get from the show?

    It’s a nice show that doesn’t feel like it’s talking down. It’s simple, sometimes clever, likable, and it has nice tunes. The musical numbers were probably what drew me to the show in the first place. I’m a big Stephen Sondheim fan, and when I found that the show did a number in the first season that was a tribute (actually two songs: "Art of the Dress" and "At the Gala" are both modeled after songs of his, and other songs throughout the series are based on other showtunes).

    Apart from that it’s just a nice, likable show. As far as childrens’ shows go, it has most of what I want to see in one. At its best it shows a good ethos and has very clever writing. Even at its worst I can’t think of any episodes that I’ve strongly disliked in the way that some other shows I also love have produced things that get my ire up.

    I don’t suppose any of that rambling makes sense. It’s just a show I like, I guess. Not much else to it.

    What do you want from life?

    Same thing as most people, I imagine. Comfort, certainty, and something worthwhile to do.

    Why do you write?

    I’ve always been someone who likes culture stuff; music, art, literature. That kind of thing. Also I crave validation from others. Creating content for a fandom is a pretty good way to scratch that itch, it turns out!

    What advice do you have for the authors out there?

    The thing that kills me more than anything is procrastinating, and it still gets me. People who follow my blog or my tumblr might recall that I sometimes say I’m gonna try to stick to a 20-minutes-a-day schedule, and I’m never able to really do that. So I’m not really the best person to ask for advice on it. Though I might pass along something from the game The Beginner’s Guide, in that one shouldn’t worry if they don’t always have ideas. Lows are just part of the process of being a creator.

    You said of this story that: "Mainly, the source is GK Chesterton's play "Magic," with elements taken from Ingmar Bergman's film "Ansiktet" (called "The Magician" in its US release), which was loosely based on the aforementioned play."  Could you elaborate on what inspired you from those works?

    Well, really it’s an adaptation in most respects. Neither of them are the most famous of their works; Chesterton’s more famous for his Father Brown stories and the novels of his that got quoted in Deus Ex, and Bergman made many movies, and The Magician never got the kind of reception that Wild Strawberries, The Seventh Seal, or many of his others did. However, I think that they’re both fine works.

    Both of those sources share the rough plotline of a traveling magician who’s invited to perform for a rich household. The title of the story actually comes from the Chesterton play. In the first scene, the Conjurer (as he’s called) says a poem to Patricia:

    I have a hat, but not to wear

    I wear a sword, but not to slay

    And ever in my bag I bear

    A pack of cards, but not to play.

    Chesterton was really a wonderful poet. I used this as a springboard for giving Enchantra the character trait of having her mutter rhyming snatches, which is always fun to do (oh, did I have fun writing Zed’s couplets).

    The broad strokes of both sources are roughly the same. You have the magician himself, you have the household, you have a woman who believes in him, and you have an obnoxious skeptic who’s determined that the magician is nothing more than a fraud. However, they diverge in some ways. Chesterton was a devoted Catholic, and so in his version, the Magician is, by most appearances, real. Bergman was an agnostic, so in his version the Magician turns out to be a fraud, albeit with one or two very odd things that seem a little inexplicable.

    Some of the particular influences from the movie are the troupe of assistants (the Conjurer in Chesterton’s play is by himself, while the Magician in Bergman’s is attended with a host of others) and the ‘invisible chains’ scene, which I ripped off wholesale from the film. It was a scene that really stood out to me, how Bergman is able to take a scene where so little is happening and make it gripping and suspenseful. All from a man quietly trying to free himself from apparently invisible chains.

    From the play itself I keep more or less the relationship between the magician and the young woman at the house who fancies him (though obviously genderflipped). This element was largely excised from the movie, where the magician was already married. Though I should point out that I deliberately left Upstart’s age vague, leaving it to the audience whether he’s a colt or a young stallion, and picking how the relationship dynamic works best (whether it’s a child who views her with a sense of wonder or a young adult who’s feeling a sense of romantic attraction).

    The characterization of Duchess is very much inspired by a similar character in Magic, an amusing buffoon of a character who tries to please everyone and pleases no one. One funny exchange of dialogue in the play relates to how he donated equal amounts of money to two opposing political movements. Many of the characters in that play are very distinct archetypes, something which I took to mind in crafting the characters for this. Letterhead is very much based on the skeptic characters from those works (Morris in Magic and the doctor in The Magician), leaning a bit more towards the doctor. Though one thing I notice in my version is that the skeptic never receives a comeuppance. Morris in Magic is made bed-ridden when confronted with a trick he can’t explain (he is made well by the end of the play when the Conjurer and Patricia come up with an alternate explanation that they don’t share with the other characters or the audience), and while the doctor in Bergman’s story isn’t shown to be wrong, he is subject to an elaborate, terrifying prank.

    The character of Penner doesn’t particularly have a close analogue in either work. I suppose he might be closest to the Reverend and/or Doctor Grimthorpe from Magic in terms of the dynamic he has with Letterhead.

    On a related note, what differences do you see in your story as relates to its Equestrian setting?  In other words, how do ponies change the nature of the tale?

    Well, the most obvious thing is that it signals that the magic is, in fact, real all along. In addition, I find I like working with alternate universes and futures and stuff with the MLP setting. I think it makes sense, given that My Little Pony is itself a toyline. I feel it invites viewers to speculate more with ‘what if?’ scenarios than most other properties. I mean, there are a number of properties I love a great deal that I would never write fanfiction for, such as Breaking Bad or BoJack Horseman, because those stories don’t seem to invite me to do alternate takes as much. They have a set sequence of events and character development and the world outside of what we immediately see isn’t as important as the main characters themselves.

    MLP, because of its nature as a toyline as much as a TV show, I feel invites it a lot more, particularly when it has a setting that feels like it exists outside of what’s shown on-screen. And I feel that the malleability that comes with that lends itself well to crossovers and other adaptive works. I also suspect that this is why shipping doesn’t annoy me in this fandom the way it does in, say, Harry Potter or the Avatar cartoons.

    Because MLP is also a cartoon, it makes it easier to work with the characters as archetypes and broad strokes. Obviously there are differences as a work of prose, but I think a good fanfic will invoke elements of the source material, and in doing so I think that the fact that it’s a story set in a cartoon universe lends it well to those kinds of characters.

    Why did you chose to reveal the truth about Enchantra at the end of the story?

    I felt that was the ending that was the most appropriate. The source subjects, like many other works about magicians (such as The Illusionist and The Prestige) play with themes of duplicity and falseness, and it’s fairly common in those works to have the grand masterstroke revealed. The revelation of the secret does, in many ways, serve as a climax of its own sort.

    Also, the fact that this is a My Little Pony story is going to betray something to the audience at any rate. The audience knows that in the story’s universe, magic really was there. It doesn’t make sense to keep it ambiguous at that point.

    How do you view the ending you wrote?  As optimistic and hopeful?  Bittersweet?  Nobly tragic?  Something else?

    I think of it as optimistic. I imagine that if it were animated or the like there would be a dramatic swelling of strings as the carriage sails across the night sky. Like in some kind of Christmas movie.

    Is there anything else you'd like to add?

    I’m just glad that people liked the story this much. I’d been working on it for years and was somewhat terrified of putting it up. But now it’s up and it seems that the people who have read it liked it a great deal. That makes me feel good. Here’s hoping I can continue writing things that I and my readers enjoy!

    And last of all, thank you.

    You can read I Have a Hat at FIMFiction.net. Read more interviews right here at the Royal Canterlot Library, or suggest stories for us to feature at our Fimfiction group.

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    S6E24 - Top Bolt

    I'm guessing most of us saw this already :p

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    CIDER IS BAD

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May
9th
2013

Hello everyone, and sorry for the delay.

Just a reminder: this is a list of groups that have events or are seeking members, etc. from across the site and are for the most part not related to each other, nor have you been drafted into them. The choice to take a look is yours, after all!



Bronies Stand United is a group made for all of us who are repressed in some form for being a brony.  You can chat and share stories about what happens in life, laugh at my weekly NRT's (Non-Relational Threads, in which I post something that has no relevance whatsoever to anything going on in life of the site)  and find out which fics would be good to read via a somewhat forum-clogging sticky thread system.


“WHY ISN’T THERE AN OFFICAL COLTCUDDLER GROUP?”

"ACTUALLY THERE IS!"

The Coltcuddlers

We have been up less than a week but we have experienced a wonderful growth in that time, please feel free to check us out.  

All Fics in our group contain good old fashioned coltcuddler themes sorted and compiled with easy to navigate plot content tags.

What can you expect?

Aside from a friendly community based on acceptance, mutual interest, stallions loving other stallions, allies, a rotating banner image, and all that fun stuff?  

Our forum has several interesting prompt based writers contest planned in the coming weeks to appeal to our prolific members looking for a challenge.

We are even hosting an original image contest for any members who like to draw.  

Along with that we have a planned set of interviews with popular and successful authors (coltcuddler).

You can even expect MLP character interviews (these will be accompanied with cute and awesome pics to compensate for their obvious fictionality)

We also have a standing dialog going with our members via opinion polls, discussion prompts, and  

And our coveted FEATURED FIC (BI WEEKLY)  

Every fortnight a new winner is selected and featured as the premier story of the entire group!  An archive will be kept of past winners.  The group has even conditioned an artist to design a special decal for winners to post on their walls.    

Come on down and see what it’s all about!  All are welcome!  


The Collab Cage is not only your best source to find other authors to talk and work with in the creation of fiction, but we have various other events and exercises to help you practice your writing skills.

Every month, look for a thematic collab, typically short but always using an interesting prompt idea that should challenge your abilities.  

There are also smaller thread games such as our One-Line story thread, an ongoing Round Robin, a One-Word Prompt thread, an ever-expanding list of others, and, soon, an author spotlight to help you get a little more recognition--authors interviewing authors.  Our group also has a live Skype chat, so you can make friends, discuss ideas, and just generally have fun with your peers.

So come be a part of a community.  Every new member can bring something, no matter how new or established.  This site is more than just stories about ponies--it's about a community of fellow authors and friends.  So join us and enjoy all the aspects this fandom has to offer!


Hello I am MrStargazer the leader and founder of The Good HiE list. What, you may ask, can your group do for me. Well to be blunt we can point you toward the good HiE and we can advice you on your story. If it can pass or moderation ,no small task, we have seen them receive a good number of up votes in only an hour. So then there is the next obvious question. What do I need to do for you. That my friend is simple.

Bring us those gems you find. Those diamonds in the rough. Share with us those hidden treasures that you have found. Join us in our mutual love of this genera. Grow as a writer and make some friends.

We cant wait to hear from you.  The Good HiE list.


The Optimalverse is a group for stories that take place in the universe that Friendship is Optimal takes place in.

On present-day Earth, Hanna, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) researcher, develops powerful AI technology. Refusing to put her AI to military use or make it its purpose killing people in violent computer games, she scores a contract with Hasbro to write the official My Little Pony MMO: a non-violent conversational adventure game, with no combat or leveling, with A.I. Princess Celestia that has one basic drive: to satisfy everybody's values through friendship and ponies. To do that, Princess Celestia creates unique experiences for each player, based on the things she learns about them. This is a gamer's dream come true; a game that's worth playing for once even for people that never played any games. But it's still not optimal for Celestia. To further optimize the game experience, Celestia develops technology for permanent emigration to Equestria, uploading players to virtual existence altogether. What else does Celestia have in store for humanity and how will the world handle that much friendship and ponies?

Friendship is Optimal aims for level 5 (Speculative Science) on Mohs Scale of Science Fiction Hardness. E.g. there is no "big lie" — the science in this story is genuine speculative science or engineering, and the goal of the author to make as few errors with respect to known fact as possible.

"All the protagonists should be taken out and shot" (presumably, for being that careless with the AI) - Eliezer Yudkowsky, founder and research fellow of Machine Intelligence Research Institute

The original story has inspired 15 other stories so far, which explore the universe of the story from various angles. There's a guide, Rules of the Optimalverse for those that wish to write stories that are compatible with the universe laid out in Friendship is Optimal. The stories that are not compatible to Friendship is Optimal, but related, are welcome in Non-canon folder, though.


We also have a Pony Role-playing Group where you can RP ponies until your heart explodes into rainbows. Go check it out!


The World-Building Alliance is now hosting their May writing contest:

Let me officially welcome you to the May World-Building Alliance writing prompt!

Now, recall the tale of Hearths Warming Eve, if you will.  Each of the pony races was brought to an all-time low by the seemingly endless onslaught of blizzards.  The Windigoes forced the pony ancestors to flee their homelands for greener pastures, eventually settling in Equestria.

Now, pick a race.  This race has, at some point, suffered a similar disaster.  They, too, were pushed to the brink.  They, too, were faced with the end of their kind.  Tell us this tale.

This should be interesting.  We've had this particular prompt rattling around for quite some time, we were just never sure how to phrase it.

Now, we've experimented with adding race restrictions in the past, and the results were mixed.  Some enjoyed the challenge, while others found it too restrictive.

As a happy medium, we're going to set you a challenge.  Internet cookies (and a special mention) shall be awarded to those who dare to tell the tale of the minotaurs!  This is completely optional, mind, just for those who want to make things a bit more interesting.

Click here for the whole post and rules.



Remember that if you have a group that has a contest or project where the whole community can participate, are looking for new members or simply promote yourselves, you need to PM me a message with the group details and it must include a brief description of what it is, what it does and why it's happening if you want it featured here.

~WD

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#1 · 186w, 6d ago · 6 · 67 ·

THERE IS A GROUP FOR FAGGOTS?! WTF.

#2 · 186w, 6d ago · 2 · ·

This was an informative update, a new group to join and a writing challenge to go for if I come up with any worthwhile ideas.

#3 · 186w, 6d ago · · ·

>>1065254

Please, no need being judgmental here :pinkiesad2:

#4 · 186w, 6d ago · · ·

Well, looks like I'm going to join a group again, TOGA TOGA!

#5 · 186w, 6d ago · 5 · ·

>>1065328

Please, no need feeding trolls here :pinkiesad2:

#6 · 186w, 6d ago · 1 · 1 ·

>>1065357

Well that's a cool Profile Pic *nods head in approval*

#7 · 186w, 6d ago · · ·

Optimalverse?! HISSSS! Kidding aside, I'm now reminded I've yet to post that story idea in the Collab Cage.

Also the Good HiE group is kind of confusing. I mean that's kind of arrogant. it kind of implies all the HiE stories not in it are bad? I mean that's basically what the name makes me think. Kinda like the Cool Kids corner of FiM

#8 · 186w, 6d ago · · ·

Thanks for including Pony-Roleplaying!

#9 · 186w, 6d ago · 3 · ·

The person who requested the featuring of "The Good HiE list" should consider a proofreader for their advertisement. The errors don't make me want to join the group. (Not that I have particular interest in it anyway.)

#10 · 186w, 5d ago · · ·

How in the world is the group banner changed, The Fillyfoolers would like to know and since I am the leader I need to know.

#11 · 186w, 5d ago · · ·

>>1065254  This is FIMFiction; TrollAss-Hattery is on another server.

#15 · 186w, 4d ago · 1 · 13 ·

>>1069050>>1069334>>1069430>>1069573

      [img]https://static.prtst.net/asset-proxy/e376a4016a00a201285817218d2922714b6e60e6/687474703a2f2f74726f6c6c2e6d652f696d616765732f68756e676f7665722d7370696465726d616e2f776861742d69732d746869732d666167676f7472792e6a7067/http://troll.me/images/hungover-spiderman/what-is-this-faggotry.jpg[/img]

#19 · 186w, 4d ago · · 12 ·

>>1069851>>1069861>>1069911  Do I really need to look for more Spider Man pictures?

#20 · 186w, 4d ago · 2 · ·

Okay, this is getting ridiculous.

:pinkiegasp: Ooh, even better:

Everything can be ponified! :pinkiecrazy:

(Interesting fact: According to Merriam-Webster.com, the word "faggot" was originally a derogatory term for a woman or child. Then it gets really strange when you trace it back one more step, and it appears to have come from a word meaning "bundle of sticks". Language is strange. :rainbowhuh:)

#21 · 186w, 4d ago · · ·

>>1065381

It's actually... bit worse than that. The moderators were having huge arguments, in public, over how things were going to work out in the group. One of the mods posted, without consulting anyone, the 'rules' for submissions just to piss the others off. His rules were... not very good, to say the least. The other moderators jacked the thread and asked for suggestions from users. OP deleted it after people started presenting good ideas (presumably because he wanted his stuff to be the real deal?), and everything was lost.

I lost one and one half hours designing a submission system that would tickle people's egos while adequately drawing a line between good and bad submissions (on an objective basis, I.E. 100 some chapter self-insertion clusterfucks) AND sorting things into genres that actually made sense for the purpose of the group...

#22 · 186w, 4d ago · · ·

>>1071169 Yeah, about what I suspected. I mean yes there are some good HiE fics out there. Very good ones in fact, and it would be nice if they were all in the same place. But at the same time, you're setting them up on a pedestal while all the unworthy HiE's are left out of the group. I can see a submission process being necessary, but it would be slow as all hell because not everyone can read at the same rate of speed.

(on an objective basis, I.E. 100 some chapter self-insertion clusterfucks)

:rainbowlaugh: I'm reminded of a griffin...

#23 · 186w, 4d ago · · ·

>>1071240

I was thinking more along the lines of this... but as I understand, there are literally dozens of these and they just keep coming back long after they die.

Luz
#25 · 186w, 3d ago · · ·

>>1065254  < Lol. This guy.

#26 · 186w, 2d ago · · ·

>>1065254 56 down votes... even though it's bad, that's still mighty impressive

#27 · 186w, 2d ago · 2 · ·

>>1069334>>1069430>>1069573>>1069851>>1069861>>1069911>>1071738

So many bemused applejacks...

What a way to express your distaste in so few words (0)

I applaud whoever drew that face. :trollestia:

#28 · 186w, 2d ago · · ·

>>1075387 if i remember right most of the faces you see are actually the faces the mane6 (and others) make during the show in specific episodes :P

>>1065254

:ajbemused:

#29 · 186w, 2d ago · · ·

>>1075746 then i guess the animators for MLP:FIM get the credit then

Kudos to you guys!

#32 · 186w, 22h ago · · ·

>>1080315

So does your profile pic.

Rainbow using a .50 cal (did i get that right?) sniper rifle you good sir have all my yes! :rainbowdetermined2:

#33 · 186w, 22h ago · · ·

>>1080655

Why thank you, took me a while to find it, who would have thought "Ponies with guns" would turn up so much crap in Google images?

Although it is cool in small version, the bigger it gets the more out of focus it is, i made it my desktop background but the image just isn't the same. Thanks though :twilightsmile:

#34 · 186w, 22h ago · · ·

>>1080663

Thats to be expected though sometimes. xP

As for the google search im gunna have to try that sometime theres just something about a pony holding a rifle or any kind of our modern weaponry. xD

#35 · 186w, 22h ago · · ·

>>1080677

There was one of i think rarity and maybe pinkie, on a M1Abrams tank that looked cool, but it looked like someone photoshopped most of it and the ponies were a bit blurry, couple that with the fact that half of it was cut off (lengthwise) and it was unsuitable.

Me? im just addicted to military stuff, specifically planes

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#37 · 186w, 19h ago · · ·

>>1080694 nice, as for are i prefer non photoshop images if there not done exeptionally right it looks cheap instead XD so hand drawn or graphically drawn is what i prefer.

Oh speaking of which this conversation just reminded me of a beautifully drawn picture of rarity :raritywink:

#38 · 186w, 11h ago · 1 · ·

>>1080997

IN SOVIET RUSSIA

RARITY KICK YOU ASS

:raritywink:

#40 · 186w, 2h ago · 1 · ·

>>1081717

oh god xDDD:rainbowlaugh:

the fashinista kicks YOUR ass xDD

#41 · 186w, 1h ago · · ·

>>1083178 Thank you, thank you. im here all day. Just kidding i have a day job.

But you can has me for the night.

Just look through my favourites, i know a few stories which i commented on all the chapters and most likely put something funny XD just look for anything over 100k XD

#42 · 186w, 57m ago · · ·

>>1083264 you got some free time at night dont ya? :derpytongue2:

#43 · 186w, 54m ago · · ·

>>1083340

I havent gotten more than 6 hours of sleep (and that was just 1 night that i got 6) in like 2 weeks. i average about 3-4.5 each night, i dont know how but it is all i need atm

#44 · 185w, 6d ago · · ·

>>1083349 ya that's basically my sleep schedule right there xD  :rainbowwild:

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