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  • E Rarity Has Tea With Jesus

    Rarity has tea with Jesus and absolutely nothing objectionable happens.
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  • 50w, 5d
    November

    Apologies for the lack of updates, but amidst working on MWBD, finding a job, completing school, and rewriting 60% of the past chapters for Homebound, I've been really, really busy.

    ... The Steam sales may or may have not played a part, as well. Nobody's perfect, least of all me.

    In any case, November will change. But not for you guys. I'll be working on NaNoWriMo, so pretty much every other writing project is going to get its priority lowered. I might start automatically posting the redone chapters for Homebound, instead of all at once, which is at least a bit better than nothing at all. Of course, the changes will be pretty minor, but whatever.

    Tally ho.

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    Writer's Box

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  • 84w, 3d
    Promises

    Oh dear. It's certainly been a while, hasn't it? I suppose I don't really have any excuses for being absent for over a month, right after a giant cliffhanger on Homebound, but what can you do? I got sick once, had surgery, got sick from the painkillers and felt like death was probably a nicer option than having my stomach decide to try and crawl up my throat, and then sat around being depressed about life for quite a bit.

    But then I realized I had a deadline and, like all procrastinators can, went into Warp Speed and churned out another chapter, whereupon my friend Laich tapped me on the shoulder and told me it was my turn to write in the collaboration story we have.

    No worries, though. I'm back. Sort of. At least as back as I can get.

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  • 99w, 4d
    Back.

    New Homebound chapter up, secret project cancelled, no progress on the Rainbow Dash story*, and three scenes away from completion of the first chapter of VV, which is currently looking to be 25k long.

    That is all. It's good to be back.

    (For Homebound readers, I posted some questions in the comments of the recent chapter. Could use some input on that.)

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  • 100w, 3d
    Leaving.

    I'll be gone for the next couple of days, until Saturday at best. During that time, I'll still have access to the computer, and chances are I'll be very, very bored. I believe last year when this happened, I wrote over 12k words (which later ended up becoming Homebound.) and with that said, I'll still be writing. I've got Chapter 19 (the dreaded Pinkie Pie chapter) of Homebound, Rainbow Dash Has Tea With Jesus (I might rename it to something involving Red Bull), Via Vindictus, and a super secret special project that may or may not be posted on fimfiction.

    Most likely, I'll be ready to post the Rainbow Dash + Jesus story by the time I'm home, Via Vindictus will be complete, the super secret special project will either be red or green for me posting it to fimfic, and Homebound will be mostly done. That is all for now.

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Fluttershy has tea with Jesus and absolutely nothing objectionable happens.

First Published
13th Jul 2012
Last Modified
13th Jul 2012
#1 · 118w, 5d ago · 5 · 5 ·

"NRRRGH! Yu us3d religion? You used teh almoity lord in a storehy? Heretic!"

#2 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

Sweet Jesus in a pogo stick...

#4 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I'm a cold hearted Athiest, and I enjoyed this story a lot. Very well written.

A :moustache: for you

#5 · 118w, 5d ago · 1 · 1 ·

Me like

#6 · 118w, 5d ago · 6 · ·

That was pretty amazing. Possibly the nicest story I've ever read. Of course now you've used up all of the nice on FIMfiction and for the rest of the week we get nothing but gore and clop and ponified versions of violent videogames.

But still, nice! :twilightsmile:

#7 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

Hah, very down to earth story, I liked where it went.  Humerous and insightful for Fluttershy (And I suppose anyone else in her position).  Job well done mate! :twilightsmile:

#8 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

>Which was cozily positioned right between a universe full of giant space turtles and a universe where everything was made up of black holes.

I love you. Unless this isn't the allusion I think it is, then you're still pretty awesome.

#9 · 118w, 5d ago · 5 · ·

As a (late) Author's Note, I have to say that this is not, in fact, a trollfic, and I am, in fact, a Christian, and I made sure to have this pass through a few of my other Christian friends. So, in the name of love and tolerance, let there be no "lol jesus ogm religoun sure is silly rite?" comments, because they will be deleted. Enjoy the story.

Edit: Also it was really just a test to see how well I could nail down a good Comedic Narrative. How did I do?

#10 · 118w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

... Everything went better than expected.

No, seriously. The funny little absurd streak running through the whole thing meant that it never got dull, and I honestly chuckled aloud several times. I particularly enjoyed your personification of pretty much everything. Well done for taking such an utterly silly concept and turning into an enjoyable, if uneventful, one-shot.

#11 · 118w, 5d ago · 1 · 1 ·

This. Is. Amazing! I love it! Here have an upvote and a fav!

And have some mustaches too!

:moustache::moustache::moustache::moustache::moustache:

#12 · 118w, 5d ago · 1 · 1 ·

And then Fluttershy smiled, and Jesus had a heart attack. Shortly afterwards he came back from the dead and had another.

#13 · 118w, 5d ago · 1 · 1 ·

Great story!

#14 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

...I found something objectionable?

Interesting read anyways. :twilightsmile:

#15 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I must say I am surprised. I did not expect something like this to turn out as well as it did.

#16 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

This was entertaining. Very good read.

#17 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

In before religion-related raging rants.

Wait, did I come up with alliteration on the spot?

That's a once in a lifetime thing...

Anyways, I don't really care much for/about religion (I'm atheist), but I found this rather amusing.

#18 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

This was good! I love it! I liked all the random analogies in teh narrative you used, and I believe you caught the personalities of both Fluttershy and Jesus very well indeed!:twilightsmile:

#19 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I'm agnostic and I found this enjoyable.:twilightsmile: Not many can pull that off, good job!:pinkiehappy:

#20 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

This was random, but also peaceful and adorable.  Well done :twilightsmile:

#21 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

Cute story, man. There's a certain charm to the idea of Jesus chilling with Fluttershy, believe it or not.

Also, I found it odd that this story appeared just the day after I read Bill O'Reilly's "Jesus Comes to Ponyville", which is kinda the opposite of this fic:rainbowlaugh:

#22 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

>>907738 yAy 4 uBerhAxn0va !!

#23 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

Bravo, just bravo.

Now I have a question, where's the book club?

#24 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

good job, i like this a lot. bewae, tough, some people migth decide to post troll fics of this. i hope not, but hey it might happen.

p.s. book club? What? lol!

#25 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I'm an atheist, but this fic really made me happy. It just felt... peaceful. No matter who he was, his wise words will always resonate through time.

#26 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

You remind me A LOT of Douglas Adams! I can't help but think your inspiration comes from the Hitchikers Guide to the Galaxi

#27 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

That was probably the best single Jesus I ever read. From one jesus fan to another you, sir, are a genius.

And so humble...

#28 · 118w, 5d ago · 1 · 1 ·

You get a gold star favorite, sir.

#29 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

>>907782

I would say that it sounds like something straight out of a Terry Pratchett novel.

#30 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

Very well written, i'm atheist, but it's impossible to dislike this. :twilightsmile:

The nice, quiet, tea time Jesus and Fluttershy had. What i like about it? It's quiet, something pretty hard to find not only in FanFic, but even in books.

By the way, this is the most original FanFic i've ever read, i could never even possibly think something like this! :twilightsheepish:

#32 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

>>907748

Now that is an awesome picture. :yay:

#33 · 118w, 5d ago · 2 · ·

Jesus, ever the teacher. This is an amazing story, and I love how both Fluttershy and Jesus interacted. I wonder what's this book club he had to take off to.

#34 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

Ohh I haven't read something this light-hearted and nice in a while. A welcome break between action sequences and improbable drama regarding the parentage of so and so. Thank ye kindly for making this :twilightsmile:

#35 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I'm an atheist, and have only this to say:

#36 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I'm an atheist, but I've always liked Jesus (that sentence was retarded, but I can't think of a less weird way to put it...) and this story was weirdly peaceful.

And it sucks how he disappears inexplicably when someone else tries to meet him.

#37 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I just knew Jesus would pull a "only a certain person/Pony may see me, if anybody/pony else pops out, i'm outta here."

#38 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

As a christian pegasister I very much enjoyed this read. It has given me the start of an idea for my own fic.

#39 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

Saw the title and the inevitable happened. Reading immediately.

#41 · 118w, 5d ago · 1 · ·

I'm offensive and I find this Christian.

#42 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

As an atheist, I had low expectations going into this. However, this is more on the "meditative" side of religion, and not the "believe what I say or burn!" that I expected, so you earned my thumbs up.

#43 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I must say I was surprised by the title and at first wanted no part of it. But then I could resist, I just had to read it. And you know what? It was nice, I liked reading it. Didn't come off as pushy or anything. I've got no possible complaint on this one. Content is good and so is the writing style.

I am curious though, were you trying to imitate Douglas Adams by chance? I was getting some definite vibes out of it.

#44 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

I liked this a lot. While I haven't read much of the Bible as I probably should, I feel you got His character down very well.

>>907978

Funny you should say that. I noticed that too, especially in the "Ponies are the second most intelligent creatures in Equestria", which is very much the same as a speech from HHG2TG explaining how Dolphins and Mice are smarter than Mankind.

~ TDG

BR
#46 · 118w, 5d ago · · ·

>>907743 Love that game.

#47 · 118w, 4d ago · · ·

Welp, it must be time to start on my own pony/Christian crossover.  Good work.  And I agree with everyone else's comment on the Douglas Adams feel.

#48 · 118w, 4d ago · · ·

You made Jesus nice i Im okay. And that is a strange idea, but I like it!:derpytongue2:

#49 · 118w, 4d ago · 1 · ·

Wasn't sure where this was going to go, still have no idea! :rainbowwild:

Masterfully surreal, and it was nice to see a non-Bible contained story where religion and/or Jesus weren't actually insulted (yup, I'm a Christian too).

:yay:

#50 · 118w, 4d ago · · ·

>>907782

Sounded like one of the Hitchikers Guide books. :twilightsmile:

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