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  • Wednesday
    TLS for all users

    We have implemented TLS site-wide as an unconditional redirect. (http -> https) This improves security site-wide for all users, and shouldn't have any negative effects, performance or otherwise.

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  • Monday
    SA Reviews #100

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  • 6d, 6h
    Radio Everypony Ru Interview (today)

    Hey guys,

    I'm going to be doing an interview segment on Radio Everypony Ru. Actually the first time I've done one in several years, so, kind of a rarity I guess. The quote below has links to audio streams and chat so that you can listen/chat if you're interested. If you want to watch/listen at a later date, you can check out the youtube recording at - 64 kbps stream - 128 kbps stream - 320 kbps stream - live radio chat

    Also, one can listen to us on or via hoofsounds


    5pm GMT

    8pm MSK

    1pm EST

    10am PST

    The interview will have lots of answers to interesting questions I hope, so do listen in if you're at all interested.

    The recording is now available:

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  • 1w, 9h
    TooShyShy's "Let Her In" [Royal Canterlot Library]

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  • 2w, 3d
    Everfree NW Scribblefest Contest Ending Soon!

    Hey everypony!  Only a few hours remain for the Everfree NW Scribblefest 2017!  Get your Scribblestories (totally stealing that from Novel-Idea) in as soon as possible!  Feeling cramped for time?  Need to do some last minute edits?  Now's the time!

    For those of you that still need to submit, here's the link to our Google Form:

    Want to try to pump out a 2000-6000 word story in less than 10 hours?  Here's the rules and regs:  Scribblefest 2017 Rules, Regs, and requirements!

    Good luck everyone!  We are so excited and looking forward to seeing all of your awesome stories!

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  • 2w, 4d
    SA Reviews #99

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  • 5w, 3d
    SA Reviews #98

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  • 7w, 19h
    Everfree NW Scribblefest 2017!

    Everfree Northwest, Seattle's premier pony convention is known for having one of—if not the—strongest writing tracks in the MLP fandom. As part of that, we run an online writing contest (now called "Scribblefest") every year. Entry is open to everyone, whether or not you attend the convention.

    Like last year, we’re giving out six special awards, each of which comes with a $20 Amazon gift code!

    This year’s prompt is: Growing up wild and forever free


    The Jaw-Dropper Award ("The Dash")

    We all know the type, the stories that make us go "Holy cow, THAT just happened!" This would go to the story with the best twist, surprise, or simple moment of hoof-pumping awesomeness!

    The D'aww Award ("The Fluttershy")

    A staple of ponyfic... the story with the sweetest, most touching moment that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

    The Nasally Ejected Beverage Award ("The Pinkie")

    You know, the one that makes you laugh so hard you snort milk out your nose.

    The True Fable Award ("The AJ")

    The story that is most true to the spirit of the show. By definition, a fable is "a short story, typically with animals as characters, conveying a moral." This goes to the story that best teaches a life lesson, especially using old fashioned, honest-as-apple-pie wisdom.

    The Elegance Award: ("The Rarity")

    For services to poetic language, beautiful diction, haunting prose, and overall elegance in writing.

    The Checklist-And-Caliper Award ("The Twilight")

    The story with the most attention to detail. This could be a puzzle or mystery type plot, stories that rely on actual math/science, or ones that show well thought-out rules underlying the use of magic. Basically, any story that makes you wonder just how much time the author spent on research, calculations, plot diagrams, or anything else that wasn't actually writing.


    It's up to you, the author, where you want to focus your effort. Good stories will often include elements that make them eligible for multiple awards, and we encourage everyone to focus on good storytelling, rather than myopically targeting a specific award. Do note however, that no story may win more than a single award.

    How to Enter

    Publish one new (never before published) story to between now and March 6th, then submit it to our online form at:


    Each of the six awards mentioned above comes with a $20 electronic code good for use at International contestants may request a code for their regional Amazon affiliate (such as,, etc.) instead, and we will attempt to provide a code worth the equivalent of $20 US in that region. This may not be possible however, so non-US residents enter at their own risk.

    In addition to the $20, winning stories and authors will also be featured on the EFNW website, various media/blog posts, and in the EFNW Convention Book.

    Word Limits

    Stories must be between 2000 and 6000 words in length. Note: FIMFiction’s word count uses a different algorithm than most word processors and we will allow some leniency to compensate for this.


    Scribblefest 2017 will accept entries from February 1st, 2017 until 11:59 pm PST on March 6th, 2017. Judging will begin immediately afterwards, and winners will be announced 2-4 weeks later, depending on the number of entries we have to judge.

    Judging Process

    Judging will be done in phases by a combined panel of EFNW staff and invited guest judges from the community. Judges will be given a randomized set of stories to read and each story will be assigned to a minimum of two judges, to reduce the chance of personal taste/bias disqualifying a story unduly. Judges will vote for their favorite story in each award category to advance to the next phase. After each phase, votes will be tallied, and the top stories in each category will advance to the next phase, where the process will repeat until only one winner in each category remains.

    Additional Rules and Details

    1. All entries must adhere to a PG rating. Submissions using elements that could reasonably be considered above a PG rating, including but not limited to adult situations, intense violence, or drug use will be ineligible for the contest. If you are unsure if your story meets these guidelines and wish to ask, please contact our writing track lead,  Heartshine, directly by PM on FIMfiction:

    2. Any material that violates the rights of a third party will be disqualified.

    3. Submissions must be relevant to the My Little Pony fandom. If it's not MLP-based fiction, an entry may be disqualified.

    4. Stories must be an original work by the submitting contestant and must not have been released prior to the start of the contest.

    5. Contestants may submit only one (1) story for consideration. If more than one (1) story is submitted, the submitter will be asked to select which entry they wish to enter into the contest. If the submitter cannot be reached in time for judging, the most recent entry will be used. Contestants that attempt to subvert this rule and submit multiple entries under different accounts or aliases may be disqualified at our discretion.

    6. Co-written submissions are allowed, but disqualify all authors involved from submitting additional solo or co-written stories.

    7. Editing/proofreading assistance doesn't count as co-writing, and authors may submit their own story even if they help edit for someone else.

    8. Contestants may only win one award each. If an entry is found to be the best in multiple award categories, the judging panel will decide which award is most suited for it, and will give the other awards to lower ranked stories in the other categories.

    9. Winners will be selected based on many judging criteria, including, but not limited to: technical skill, characterization, creativity, originality, impact, and personal tastes of the judges. This is in addition to the criteria defined for each award itself.

    10. Submissions must be submitted via the linked Google Form If you have trouble submitting, please contact our writing track lead, Heartshine, directly via PM.

    11. Final interpretation of the contest rules and judging criteria are left to the discretion of the judging panel, and their decisions are final.

    12. Submitters retain ownership of their submissions, but by entering the contest the author agrees to allow Everfree Northwest to share their submitted stories on our website, social media, conbook, and in other promotional media and materials.

    13. Contest judges are not permitted to enter the contest.

    Final Thoughts

    Good luck to everyone! We look forward to reading your submissions, and hope to see you all at Everfree Northwest this May. As always, keep up-to-date on the latest Everfree Northwest news by visiting our website, viewing/following our FIMFiction account and group, liking us on Facebook, and following us on Twitter and Tumblr.

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  • 7w, 5d
    SA Reviews #97

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  • 9w, 2d

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  • 10w, 1d
    SA Reviews #96

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The quality of today's story will hit you right between the eyes.

Solving for Death

[Alternate Universe] [Comedy] [Dark] • 3,024 words

In a miscommunication gone awry, Starlight Glimmer has killed Twilight Sparkle with a fork.

Luckily for Twilight, Starlight's already acquired a resumé in doing the impossible.

She's totally got this.

FROM THE CURATORS: While the premise and the [Comedy] tag might suggest that this is a gimmicky crackfic, there's a lot more than that going on.  "This is a dark, dark comedy with a throbbing red heart of sincerity right at its core, and it's that juxtaposition that makes the story for me," AugieDog said in his nomination.  Soge agreed: "From its fairly absurd premise, it builds into a genuinely funny dark comedy, but without sacrificing its heart or forgetting about characterization."  And Present Perfect pointed out that "it's got enough polish to make it more accessible to people who aren't as big on weird-idea fics."

One of the elements drawing praise was the narrative voice.  "The writing style was worthy of note, with an off-kilter charm that really helped the tone of the story," Soge said.  That also won Horizon over: "The subtle humor of the narration seems like an odd choice for a comedy," he said, "but then it turns a corner into drama without shifting textual gears, and that slower pace seems brilliant in hindsight."  Meanwhile, Present Perfect enjoyed the prose.  "There's a real freewheeling spirit to the language here, with lines like 'Twilight remained combatively dead'," Present Perfect said.  "And the relish fork is an amazing running gag."

But the core strength here was the way it managed to reconcile some wildly different elements.  "Glimmer's blase-ness, Celestia using Twilight's death to teach a friendship lesson, and Spike being the only sane dragon are all fantastically played off against one another, and the result is that the story's various comic elements all enhance and reinforce each other," Chris said.  AugieDog summed it up: "It's a tightwire act of a story, and watching the author pull it off just left me grinning."

Read on for our author interview, in which Majin Syeekoh discusses tensile linguistics, quintuple Zs, and automobile muses.

Give us the standard biography.

Bleh, I hate introductions. They’re always so awkward. Well, whatever.

I’m a 29-year-old male born in California, raised in New Jersey where I live to this day… with a two-year stint in Florida.

That should tell you everything you need to know about me.

Oh, wait. I’m also a Gemini, ladies. :raritywink:

How did you come up with your handle/penname?

Oh, man, this is a fun one.

So one time I was a teenager in middle school, and I had a reputation of being mentally unstable. Mostly because I was. So, being who I am, I embraced it wholeheartedly to the point of identifying with that online, attempting to call myself ‘Psycho’.

To my disappointment, it turns out that Psycho was taken and I wanted a handle without any numbers. So I started playing around with letter formations until I came across something that approximated psycho close enough for my tastes, which was Syeekoh. And then when I got into Skype calls after joining the site, it was decided by committee that the proper pronunciation of the handle I had come up with was not psycho, but Seeko.

And who am I to argue with the crowd?

The Majin part came later, after a fun RP session where I pretended to be Majin Buu and it was all sorts of fun (which I just said, apparently). I decided to append the Majin onto my handle because it kind of reflected how I felt that I was somehow hypnotizing people into reading my stories as opposed to them possessing any inherent quality of their own.

And that’s how you have fun with Impostor Syndrome.

Who's your favorite pony?

:yay:, do I have to choose a pony? More importantly, do I have to choose just one?

Okay, I guess I’ll choose one, but she isn’t a pony at all. She’s a siren whose name is Adagio Dazzle.

She has a certain something about her ― I guess you could call it an X-factor, really ― that makes her stand out. The way she moves, the way she talks … you know she’s probably going to kill you, but she’s very good at convincing you that today is a good day to die. At least that’s how I interpret her as a character.

Also, she has great hips.

What's your favorite episode?

This is a toughie. Blah … I don’t like these open-ended questions, I’m more of an A-B kind of guy, and this is an A to like quintuple Z question.

I’m going to have to go with the Season 5 finale, though. That interaction at the end with Twilight and Starlight makes me feel some kind of way, and it’s a good kind of way.

What do you get from the show?





And I guess this is an offshoot from the fandom, but sexy anthro art. Hell, I didn’t realize how much I liked it until I went into my Derpibooru faves one time and it was just swamped with sexy anthro art and then I just threw up my hands and went ‘well I guess I like anthro now’.

What do you want from life?

Right now, I’d like a witty answer to the question that doesn’t feel overdone.

For the future, I suppose stability and happiness would be a good start, no matter what form they take.

Why do you write?

Lots of reasons.

Sometimes I write for catharsis, so as to package up any negativity I feel and hope someone else finds it a positive experience.

Other times I write stuff on half-dares where it’s like ‘you don’t think [X] can be a thing? Well now here’s [X] as a thing! Are you happy with yourself!?’ and then people go like ‘oh god what’s wrong with you I didn’t mean actually write it’.

And then there are other times I write to try and push my limits, to see how much I can bend the English language and how a story is written and have it still be a legible, enjoyable story. It’s always nice to test the tensile strength of the medium every once in awhile.

But in the end I just write for attention because I desperately need people to notice me.

What advice do you have for the authors out there?

I’m pretty sure I’m not the right person to ask this question to, and I’m almost positive that there are people who will be chomping at the bit to confirm that. But since you asked, I suppose I’ll give it the old college try (or something approximating what could be conceived as fitting into the set of attempts classified as a ‘college try,’ seeing as how I dropped out of High School in Sophomore year, but that’s neither here nor there).

I guess I could start with making sure you don’t try to take on more than you’re reasonably comfortable with. I have several ideas languishing incomplete because I just lost steam after they started, and I probably should get to writing them, but I honestly just don’t really have the energy.

Another thing I could bring up is make sure you take care of your body as well as your mind. I often find it hard to write after I’ve let my hygiene and food consumption slip for a few days, so yeah, keep on top of that.

Finally, ideas can come from anywhere. Literally anywhere. Keep your mind open for new story ideas no matter where you are, because you may be walking down the street and BAM! story idea in the face.

Although you should probably check to see if you were hit by a story idea or a car first. I have it on good authority that those two phenomena are difficult to distinguish from one another.

What inspired “Solving for Death”?

The main thing that influenced the story was “What if Twilight wasn’t fast enough to dodge the silverware at the beginning of No Second Prances?” so I trial-ballooned that question in a Discord chat and people found it amusing, so I filed it away for later.

What actually pushed me to write the story was when I confronted someone for commenting on my first published story on FimFiction. I was like “oh my god why would you read that I’m physically cringing so hard my bones might shatter from the amount of cringe I am cringing right now” and they were like “nah man it was funny plus your headcanon was really inventive”.

So that inspired me to take the end of one fic idea I had and Frankenstein it onto this story.

Writing is hard and often pieces from other fic ideas find better use in other settings.

… Guess I should have put that under the last question. :twilightblush:

Somebody trying to be funny once said that nothing improves humor like analyzing it.  So talk a little about your approach to writing comedy.

This is a wonderful question because I have a wonderful answer to this question that you have asked.

The wonderful answer to this wonderful question that you have asked me, because I specialize in absurdist humor is: I don’t, really.

I write logical renderings of extremely illogical scenarios that people find funny, and that’s an interesting balancing act all on its own because you’re dealing with characters that view reality in extraordinarily different ways clashing with each other and seeing where the dice fall.

You’ll notice that this is actually how most authors create conflict in stories, having characters with different interpretations of reality clash. I just happen to enjoy writing about that happen in an absurdly humorous manner, which I guess nullifies my previous statement where I said I don’t write comedy.

I guess it doesn’t feel funny to me because I’m too busy attempting to draw out a logical chain of events from a profoundly illogical scenario that I don’t really find it funny anymore.

I suppose what I’m trying to say is that writing comedy is really like any other story, except it depends on what variables you decide to focus on. For a thought exercise, try to imagine what Solving for Death would look like from Celestia’s perspective, having to interact with the insane mare that has such a cavalier attitude to killing the Princess’s prized former student. Or god forbid Spike’s perspective where he’s just not having a good day at all.

It’d be super easy to imagine it from Twilight’s perspective, though.

Because she’s dead. Aggressively dead.

Was the terrific tonal shift in the middle of the story something you planned, or did it just seem the right way to go as the story developed?

I didn’t really see it as a tone shift when I wrote it, really. Like I said before, I don’t really focus on tone or how funny something is when I write. It felt more like a natural outgrowth of Starlight’s character to me when (SPOILERS) Celestia (had to raise the sun because the night had ended) and then Starlight said (no **** you the sun will not rise because I’m not done here). Because I had a unique look into the Starlight of this story’s perspective, I knew she was 100% serious and she was acting cavalier because she had 100% faith in her success, so it didn’t really feel… shift-y, I guess?

Looking back on it, I guess I could see how it could be seen as a huge twist for the audience in retrospect, and several people had commented on uneven tone in the draft I submitted to the Writeoff and when they made those comments I was just thinking NO SCREW YOU THIS STORY IS A BEAUTIFUL FLOWER THAT’S TOO GOOD FOR YOUR SINFUL EYES, then I came to a certain realization:

If multiple people are complaining about the same problem in your story, your story probably has that problem.

I probably should have put that in the author advice section as well.

So I looked back at the story, and I came to the conclusion that I hadn’t primed the audience at all for that sort of event to take place in the framework I had provided, so I smoothed out some stuff and displayed that Starlight cared about things and others’ feelings before this pivotal moment that you’re calling ‘terrific’ ― which I’m sure several people will lambast you for associating anything I write with the word ‘terrific’ ― and now I guess it looks like a terrific mood shift as opposed to a HOLY MOLEY WHERE DID THAT COME FROM moment.

This is the 88th story you’ve posted to FimFiction.  Are you this prolific in other creative areas, or is there something specific about My Little Pony that gets to you?

It’s funny you ask this, actually, because I was going to say no until I remembered that I have a healthy repository of poetry under another username on another website, and there was a man there on that website. He is an Australian named Stu Hatton, and I feel comfortable using that name because he signed all of his poetry posts with that name and has also released a lovely book of poetry which I own a signed copy of.

If that man hadn’t encouraged me to keep writing poetry, I wouldn’t have had the confidence (bullheadedness) to publish my first story on this site, nor the other 87.

Is there anything else you'd like to add?

My back hurts. I’m tired. I have anger issues.

And I just want to thank every single person I’ve interacted with on and off this website, for better or worse, for making me a better person.

I’d like to thank everyone who lauded my stories and continues to laud my stories, because positive feedback is my lifeblood as indicated earlier, so keep it coming.

I’d also like to thank the lovely people who excoriated my work, whether by request or volunteering their own time, to inform me just how poor of a job I did when writing the stories in question, because I’d like to think they did it from a place of wanting me to improve rather than from a position of smug superiority (one can hope, at least).

I thank the people who I get along with and get to call friends because hey friends are awesome who doesn’t like friends amirite.

I’d also like to thank the people I don’t get along with or infuriate me on occasion because I get to practice the lesson that my father (may he rest in peace) taught me: that it is of utmost importance to learn how to civilly interact with people who you hate down to your very core, because you don’t get to choose who you have to deal with in life sometimes, and I’ve found it increasingly important as I grow older.

I’d also like to thank the Royal Canterlot Library for inducting a story with a pretty high “Goddamnit Syeekoh” density in the comments section. That tickles me pink. :ajsmug:

I’m also eternally grateful that My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic exists because us, the fans, have produced several decades’ worth of creative content that I enjoy consuming on a regular basis.

But most importantly, I’d like to thank the guys and girls that draw sexy anthro art because it’s super hot.

You can read Solving for Death at Read more interviews right here at the Royal Canterlot Library, or suggest stories for us to feature at our Fimfiction group.

#1 · 4w, 8h ago · 16 · ·

Majin Syeekoh is one of those people you talk to and go "Aye, I'd grab a beer with this guy". Only you shouldn't, because if you do that, then he'll walk you home and shit, for a laugh, really, night is young and so are we, and then he'll say oh this is a nice house you've got going in here, and then he'll walk in the kitchen and raise an eyebrow at your mom. Who just happens to be there for some fucking reason.

Then he'll look at you and he'll say hey I didn't know you had a sister, and your mom will laugh and say oh you rascal. And then they start having a pleasant conversation, and you had a little too much to drink, so you fall asleep on the sofa, and then your mom mentions that why, yes, she is divorced, how did you know, and Majin goes oh well Aragon likes to talk a lot about his family and...

Look, long story short? Don't grab a beer with Majin Syeekoh.

Also, I'm not calling you Dad. You motherfucker.

#2 · 4w, 8h ago · 4 · ·

>>4434708 I have been known to engage in parental fornication after self-inducing inebriation.:ajsmug:

#3 · 4w, 7h ago · 2 · ·

That moment when an idea comes at you out of thin air I like to call "Being mugged by a muse" because it has much the same impact, as well as taking a good slice out of your free time for a while.  The forms are a lot more fun to fill out, though.

#4 · 4w, 7h ago · 2 · ·

because I’d like to think they did it from a place of wanting me to improve rather than from a position of smug superiority (one can hope, at least).

I think I should let you know, it's not always smug superiority. Sometimes, it's pain, agony and hatred that fuel this comments. Just believe me on this one:trollestia:

#5 · 4w, 7h ago · · ·

>>4434741 Oh yeah, it’s loads of fun.

I’ll sit there asking for ideas and then all of a sudden a random idea comes out of nowhere and people just internet-glare at me after I publish.

>>4434745 …would you happen to have the source for your avatar image?

I need it for research. Intense research.

#7 · 4w, 7h ago · 1 · ·

Congrats man. :twilightsmile:

#8 · 4w, 7h ago · · ·

>>4434754 Oh man, these looks awesome.

Thanks brah.

#10 · 4w, 6h ago · 5 · ·

And I guess this is an offshoot from the fandom, but sexy anthro art. Hell, I didn’t realize how much I liked it until I went into my Derpibooru faves one time and it was just swamped with sexy anthro art and then I just threw up my hands and went ‘well I guess I like anthro now’.


#11 · 4w, 6h ago · 2 · ·



#12 · 4w, 6h ago · · ·

>>4434811 I'm just as shocked as you are, to be honest.

#13 · 4w, 5h ago · 3 · ·

Other times I write stuff on half-dares where it’s like ‘you don’t think [X] can be a thing? Well now here’s [X] as a thing! Are you happy with yourself!?’ and then people go like ‘oh god what’s wrong with you I didn’t mean actually write it’.

:rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh:

It was deceptively nice to meet you. :heart:

#15 · 4w, 4h ago · 1 · ·

I have several ideas languishing incomplete because I just lost steam after they started, and I probably should get to writing them, but I honestly just don’t really have the energy.

Sadly, I know the feeling all too well. :ajbemused: What really irritates me is that its realization is so close, and yet its inspiration is so far, if only they bridged that last mile-long inch between them.

It's like having a rocket scientist for a parent, and then finding out they can't be bothered to help you with your algebra homework. It's only a few easy-peasy questions, for pity's sake. :raritydespair:

#16 · 4w, 4h ago · 1 · ·

>>4434925 That's a good way to put it.

I think the actual worst part is that I have a rough outline of what I want to happen in my head but I literally can't summon the drive to actually write them, if you get what I'm saying.:raritycry:

#17 · 4w, 3h ago · 2 · ·


Same here, but more usually I have certain scenes vividly portrayed like a film, even when I know I'm not likely to get them out. Sometimes, the private viewing theatre of the mind is both a blessing and a curse.

Worst is when I do get the drive and enthusiasm to write the thing... when I'm several miles away from my desk and in the middle of some other commitment. And then it crashes the instant I get home. And then it comes back the next day, as fresh and as confident and as impervious to experience as ever.  :facehoof:

That's when I realize my life is a Wile E. Coyote cartoon. :applecry:

Tomorrow, however, is going to be different... :pinkiehappy:

#18 · 4w, 3h ago · 2 · ·

>>4434949 Tomorrow is always a good thing to look forward to, yeah:twilightsmile:

#19 · 4w, 3h ago · 2 · ·

Also, she has great hips.

Adagio Dazzle has the same character model as everyone else, and thus the same hips as everyone else.

You lie to yourself.

#20 · 4w, 3h ago · 9 · ·


It's not about the hips in your body, man.

It's about the hips in your heart.

#21 · 4w, 3h ago · 3 · ·

>>4434978 it's not about the size of the boat



#22 · 4w, 2h ago · 3 · ·

This was delightfully wacky. :D Congrats on the interview. Really made my afternoon.

#23 · 4w, 2h ago · · ·

>>4435076 I'm glad that this could improve your day. Makes me feel good.:pinkiehappy:

#24 · 3w, 6d ago · 3 · ·

I'm gonna pee on your doorknob

#25 · 3w, 6d ago · · ·

>>4435722 You’d have to find my doorknob first.

And I hide my doorknobs very well.

#26 · 3w, 6d ago · 1 · ·


How long has it been since you've seen your doorknob without use of a mirror?

#27 · 3w, 6d ago · · ·

>>4436030 I’m looking at it right now. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

#28 · 3w, 6d ago · 1 · ·


I said without a mirror.

#30 · 3w, 6d ago · 2 · ·

The way she moves, the way she talks … you know she’s probably going to kill you, but she’s very good at convincing you that today is a good day to die.*

She meets your gaze, and promises

To send you to the sky

When all the while behind that smile

She's wondering how you'll die,

That's why it's so delicious to be dominated by...

* "Gee, I wish I'D said that!" :moustache:

   "You will, Spike, you will."  :raritywink:


#31 · 3w, 6d ago · 1 · ·

>>4436169 That was a great song.

Thanks for sharing that.:twilightsmile:

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