Sleep is Magic · 12:38am
Okay, fine, I'll give Equestria Girls a shot.
Babs Seed and Apple Bloom have become great pen pals ever since the family reunion. One topic that Babs has written frequently to Apple Bloom about is her two pet goldfish. Then one day, Babs writes that more fish appeared in the bowl, seemingly out of nowhere, and chalks it up to the two fish having babies.
Apple Bloom, having never much thought of this subject, becomes curious, and gets Sweetie Belle and Scootaloo to tag along as she asks everypony in town one question.
The results vary.
Inspired by that one episode of "Ed, Edd, n' Eddy".
If you've seen it, you know what I'm talking about.
(Cover art by OsakaOji. He's such a cool guy for doing it!)More Less
(Not exactly a sequel, but sort of a continuation of "To Babysit a Crusader")
Alright, so, does anyone remember that time I babysat the Cutie Mark Crusaders?
If so, then you'll know that I've got a portal to Equestria in my closet.
If anyone's wondering, I've gone there aplenty.
One day, I decided, "Hey, why not share what I've been doing in Equestria with the public?"
Of course, I was really out of it when I thought that.
But oh well. Here you go. This is the stuff that's happened to me since that one time.
You may be asking, "Chuck, why are you writing more dumb stories about yourself, you conceited attention whore?"
I may be answering, "Cuz I've got no original ideas. Deal with it."More Less
(This story continues in "Misadventures of That Babysitter Guy")
When Twilight Sparkle wants to learn more about human culture (after their existence is proven), she decides that she wants to bring a human into Equestria so as to share each other's cultures. But because they don't know if they can trust humans, she sends the Cutie Mark Crusaders to Earth to be babysat (or foalsat) by a human, so as to test human behavior around ponies. The human, despite being a brony, isn't exactly up to the task...
This story? It takes place from my perspective.
Y'know what that means? It's a dumb self-insert fic.
But ho! Come back! Don't let that scare you away! I swear I'm not an imbalanced character!
At least read the story. THEN you can start hating it.
Anyways, for people who don't hate it right off the bat and actually read it, constructive criticism is welcome (because I myself, being a perfectionist, always see problems).More Less