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Ponelove Changeling · 4:07pm Apr 7th, 2016

I'm not entirely sure why I did this, but I felt it needed to be done. I blame the latest Magic set. Jace Beleren talks to books when he goes crazy. I apparently make YouTube readings of weird little PresentPerfect stories.

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I will now go read a MtG book using this video as my head voice for all of Jace's lines.

The hell... what...

*guffaws* Foamy, you are reading in Russian accent :rainbowlaugh:

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Is much very appropriating accents for read of story, yes. :B

I'm not sure whether I should apologize or feel flattered.

It wasn't intentional. I was aiming for somewhere between Jerry Lewis at his most exaggerated and Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat. And really, if you can tell me the proper accent in which to read lines like "wat how I a feelings," please, enlighten me.


I feel as though there is something fundamentally right about this being my first reading of a fan fiction. This is truly a herald of things to come.

"It can only go up from here"? :pinkiecrazy:

At first I was like: :rainbowlaugh:

Then I was like: :raritycry:

I went back and read the original just to compare. I think your reading captured the intrinsic humor of the original's mangled verbiage, while (obviously) sparing us the cheese-grater-on-eyes feeling of having to wade through all that misspelling. I think you also did a great job with the emotional hook at the end ("please great destroyer"), which was an unexpected gut-punch.

In summary: 10/10, great success, would changelings again, yes!

I don't know if these are actual improvements, but I'd like to hear them. Waspinator from Beast Wars would kinda relate to Viniyble Scortch, for she is a bug horse, and Waspinator's voice evokes bug imagery. Plus all the "guuuuuu" sounds he makes are amusing.

Another voice would be Cultist-Chan. Now, she doesn't have an voice, being only a drawn fan character with only (horribly slaughtered English) dialog. In my head, I picture her sounding exactly like the Cultists from Dawn of War. Yeah, even though the Cultist is a guy.

Like, that voice is so annoying it's hilarious. It'd be quite the challenge to get all those emphasized h's along with the language slaughtering the Vabnl loevs Octambior fic already does.


Oh. Before I forget again. You get gold star for fic reads, yes? :3

*affixes a banana sticker to Foamy's chest*

I used up all the gold stars putting them on Bad Horse's butt when he was asleep. Iz secrit :B

And I almost forgot about this. Man, I have been sitting on this for the longest time. But you mentioned him Foamy. That's practically summoning him.

Teh heh heh... you recall Bronystories' made up "Eweish" religion? That. That parodying Baroot's song. I'm highly tempted to ask you, FOME Music Inc., to make lyrics, but that would make us both ridiculously terrible people (mostly you if you do it :trollestia:). But then again, the Eweish thing is made up... Maybe the whole throwing sheep down a well for stupid and ridiculous reasons thing isn't racist? :scootangel:

Given that I am Jewish, I'm going to politely decline.

Oh. Wow. I am terrible. Like, very. Eheh... sorry? :twilightblush:

*looks back at comment*

What... why is it that the same cultist video from my previous comment? I think this might be a lesson in double checking posts. And that copy pasting links through phones is prone to screwing up :derpytongue2: Well, that's a bit fortunate. Could've made a bigger ass of myself as opposed to being simply an ass. Yeah, the video I had intended to show was Borat singing a song in an Alabama bar. Quite fortunate it didn't show up then, eh?

This is like a running theme. I'm more prone to derping up links and pics when I'm talking to you, Foamy... and Derpy is your spirit animal... so does this mean there's like a Derpy aura around you that can affect other people?! :applejackconfused:

Actually, the video you wanted showed up just fine. If I am projecting an aura of derp, it's affecting your browser, not you.

I refreshed and now the video is back to Borat. Holy crap what is going on?!?!?! Oh my god I've evoked Foamy's wrath and he's bending internet space time run away!!!! RUN AWAAAAY!!!!!!!!! I'M A COWARDLY FOOL!!!


And thus yamgoth learned how Foamy's war face looked like. Or at least how he imagined it looked like (it was scary and filled with some angries and disapointment). Foamy, in actuality, was probably looking more confused than anything as he stared at his screen, an eyebrow cocked high to the heavens as he watched yamgoth flee knocking over conveniently placed folding tables and empty boxes. Or, you know, he looked nonchalant. That works well, too.[/diggingkyourselfintobiggerholethanyouthoughtpossible]

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