• Member Since 1st Dec, 2016
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stillinbeta


Queer trans woman, writes stories about queer trans horses

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  • 47 weeks
    Translation

    A very cool milestone for me - one of my stories has been translated! NovemberDragon has translated Stopping By the Woods on a Snowy Evening into Russian.

    Thank you so much for this honour, and if you happen to know Russian please check it out!

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  • 141 weeks
    friendshipismonadic

    I'm guessing the overlap between programming language nerds and ponyfans is pretty small. But just in case you're interested:

    I finished my side project that's been keeping me away from writing since last the end of NaNoWriMo. It's an interpreter for a very silly language called FiM++. A program looks like this:

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    Dear Princess Celestia: Hello World!

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Jan
15th
2018

friendshipismonadic · 8:26pm Jan 15th, 2018

I'm guessing the overlap between programming language nerds and ponyfans is pretty small. But just in case you're interested:

I finished my side project that's been keeping me away from writing since last the end of NaNoWriMo. It's an interpreter for a very silly language called FiM++. A program looks like this:

Dear Princess Celestia: Hello World! Today I learned something simple. I said “Hello, Equestria!”! That's all about something simple! Your faithful student, Twilight Sparkle.

I made a little website for it if you're curious!

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Comments ( 4 )

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I'd actually forgotten all about that language over the years and WOW it seems to have sprouted into an actual thing huh

I just woke up to seeing this and just from a quick scan my brain is already doing fireworks. I'll take a full look at this when I'm more awake but if you haven't already you should probably make whoever's known for maintaining/creating the language know about this, or failing that EQD (yeah, I know -_-). Get it out there!

Good stuff! :D Also that overlap is larger than most would think.

Chocolate Comment Crumble

This recipe comments on a blog in a most delicious way.

Ingredients:
99 g butter
111 g sugar
108 g flour
111 g chocolate

Method
Put butter in the mixing bowl.
Put sugar in the mixing bowl.
Put chocolate in the mixing bowl.
Put flour in the mixing bowl.
Liquefy contents of the mixing bowl.
Pour contents of the mixing bowl into the baking dish.

Serves 1.

I do believe I've seen that on esolangs.

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