• Published 10th May 2013
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Practice Makes Pudding - TacoBiteToughGuy

Dash goes and visits Pinkie after a flight practice, but a terrible tragedy happened to Rainbow which prevents her from flying. Now she's moved in with Pinkie, but can she keep up with all the sweets Pinkie makes?

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The Mountain

As Rainbow neared town square, she noticed all the other ponies whispering and taking glances in her direction. They're probably talking about my accident... Man, I wish my wing was healed, Rainbow thought to herself, as she made her way around the fountain and was trotting towards Sugarcube Corner. The sweet shop made every pony smile, including Rainbow Dash. "If I could get my hooves on a rainbow coloured cupcake..." She started to dream about her imaginary treat, but was brought back to reality when the sensational scents emitted by the bakery's baking made their way through the blue pegasi's nostrils. "I think somepony is baking cookies. I sure hope it's Pinkie!" Dash finished her thought, and walked through the double doors of Sugarcube Corner.

When Rainbow Dash walked in, the slight aroma of the cookies from outside expanded greatly, as the humming of a cheerful pony was overheard, coming from the kitchen. "Hello? I'm back from my run." As Dash made her enterance, Pinkie's cute, pink muzzle popped out from the kitchen, along with the rest of her beaming face.

"Hi Dashie! You've probably been tired out from your run. Could I interest you in some freshly baked cookies? They're chocolate chip, your favourite!" As Pinkie brought over the tray, the smell of freshly baked goods and sweet, melted chocolate began to waft over to Rainbow. It's decadent smell could only mean that the taste was probably out of this world.

"Thanks Pinkie! You know how I love chocolate chip..." Rainbow Dash looked at the tray. There was the equivalent of a small mountain of cookies, approximately fifty of them, all basking under the eyes of the chubby pegasus.

Rainbow grabbed one, and tossed it back into her maw. The chocolate exploded all over her mouth, while the cookie itself remained all together. The super chewy dessert was no match for RD's razor sharp teeth as it got torn to shreds, then sent down into her stomach. She did the same with the second, the third, the fifth, the eleventh, the twenty-seventh. By the time she reached about forty, Dash was starting to feel a tad full. "I must still be full from eating at Applejack's. But I can't give up now! They're just too good." The sky blue pegasus grabbed the next cookie, and raised it up to her mouth. She placed it in, chewed, and swallowed the sweet. She repeated that over and over, ignoring the pain that was growing in her belly.

Eventually, the last cookie was being observed by drowsy eyes. If the cookie was alive and could feel feelings, it would be a mix of sheer terror and a slight hopefulness that the pony would fall asleep. Unfortunately for the baked good, Rainbow wasn't done. She grabbed the cookie with her slightly larger hoof, and sent it down her gullet to join the others. As the cookie reached her stomach, Dash had fallen asleep on her belly, and started to snore and jiggle her body. Her belly had grown a lot, but it was because it was stuffed with food. Once digested, it would become a bit smaller, but not too much. Her plot was starting to hang, and was starting to make contact with her hocks. It was also expanding sideways, and stretching out her cutie mark even further. Her legs had grown a bit, but were still very mobile.

Pinkie came out to this sight, and just chuckled. "With Dash's determination, she would finish anything I put in front of her." Then the pink party pony heard what she said, and grew a great smile upon her face. And with that, Pinkie ran back into the kitchen to bake as many cakes, pies, tarts, and other assorted goods as possible before Dash got up. "This is going to be a party to remember..."

A pony trotted up and into Sugarcube Corner, opening the double doors with their hoof. They looked around, observing all the sweets behind the glass counter, before ringing the service bell. "Just a minute!" Pinkie sang from the back. The pony just waited, slightly impatiently, but they did wait. When Pinkie rounded the corner from the kitchen to the service counter. Pinkie saw the pony, and decided to abandon her usual greeting.

"Hey, I didn't know you were coming over here..."

Author's Note:

Now now, I know this was long overdue, and yes it is very short, but at least it's something right? Hopefully, I'll be able to get a decently sized chapter done within the next few weeks...