• Member Since 11th Dec, 2011
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-Hidden Identity-

I fancy myself an epeolatrist. My favorite word is smaragdine, which means "of emeralds". I believe that writing has no rules that cannot be broken, and no set structure that must be followed.

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I got a good laugh out of that one :rainbowlaugh: poor fluttershy though:fluttershysad:

Screw you Dr.Red. I will feed YOU to a dragon for scaring Fluttershy.:flutterrage:

That is one whack psychiatrist. :derpytongue2: Although he does make some sense. :twilightsheepish:

*Has Celestia turn Fluttershy into a dragon* :flutterrage: Now you'll see why I fear dragons

At first I was like, :rainbowderp: but then I was like :rainbowhuh: then I was all :rainbowlaugh: and now I'm like :moustache: (How interesting...)

And Spike decided to eat Dr. Red.
And there was much rejoicing.:yay:

Yeah, that was funny indeed.
It should have a sequel, or sequels. That would be awesome.
In short, great one. :moustache:

Hmm. A sequel you say? I may have to think about that...

I would surely read it if you ever make one.
I don't want to rush you on anything thought, just giving my ideas out there!
But yeah, good luck with your future projects.

I absolutely LOVE this one! I couldn't stop laughing!!! :rainbowlaugh:

Finally got around to reading this one. Nifty punchline there at the end. :rainbowlaugh:

Its weird, but as I was on my way to everfree, my brain kept going into social anxiety freakouts as I had no idea what to expect. So I started asking myself why I was worried... its just a convention, etc. That didn't help though, and I kept feeling my brain fall back into worry feedback loops over the dumbest things. Finally I just yelled at myself (I was alone in the car) "This is stupid. Just stop it!" And... it actually kinda worked. So much so that actually started laughing a few minutes later, thinking "It can't just be that simple , can it?" Apparently it can though.

Then I meet you a day later, hear about this story, and now I finally read it... Heh, narrative coincidence is so much more amusing when it happens in real life. :pinkiehappy:

Haha! That is a great story, and I am glad to hear it. It is true how great, as you said, narrative coincidence is far more amusing when it actually happens. Thanks for the compliment.

“Princess Luna refuses to lower to moon and make way for the sun. Princess Celestia trying to reason her with sister. Motives still unknown.”
Took me a second to get it but then I :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh: :rainbowlaugh:

...Unfortunately that was the only part of this story I found noticeably entertaining.

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