• Member Since 23rd Oct, 2012
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The Princess Rarity

Quirky teenage girl who writes about cartoons & has an obsession with sparkly things & cute dorks. Goes through life following by Dr. Seuss's wise words; "You have to be odd to be number one."


This story is a sequel to Irreplaceable

Rarity and Applejack tell a bedtime story to their daughter.

As expected, cuteness follows.

Rated 'Everyone' because everybody can appreciate some cuteness every now and then. :heart:
Also, if this was good enough for RainbowBob to like it, y'all should check it out too.

Chapters (1)
Comments ( 20 )

Its been since forever since you last wrote a good rarijack story.:scootangel:

That was sweet. A nice dialog driven story, didn't overstay its welcome, and character voice was good throughout.

The best part was the feeling that these two had been together forever. The gentle teasing and disagreements told perfectly how they felt. So much implied back story in such a short tale.

A cute, simple read. Very nicely done. Good job! :twilightsmile:

So good I just had to tell all my followers about it! :pinkiehappy:

3311104 .... *jaw drops* THANK YOU! :pinkiegasp: I just - I can't... wow! Thanks a million, dude!

sadly cute is such a relative term that if he did make it folk would freak.:rainbowlaugh:

But... But I wanted to hear the end of the story! :raritydespair:

3341888 The rest is History, bro. :heart: The cowpony fell in love with the fussy fashionista and they all lived Happily Ever After. Then they all fucked, the end.

I love it when children are involved...

But i have ta say, pardner. That there accent on Applejack... :trixieshiftright:

3427224 Whaaat? >_>
...I know I stretch it sometimes, but don't hurt me.

I'm not too fond of jazz...

This story, however...


Awwww I love stories like this :rainbowkiss: sooo cute!

I have now read every single one of the stories in your "Best Works" module. :rainbowdetermined2:

Daww. This story made my day. You certainly have a knack for distilling a story down to the best parts, as emphasized by your collaborations. It's a breath of fresh air for me. :twilightsmile:

Three out of four. Saving the last one for last considering the premise. Also, may I suggest tiving a description of the house where they live. It'll provide the setting and give the reader a better image of what a RariJack environment looks like. On your next sequel, perhaps?

4546962 I do have an idea of it, I'll be sure to mention in the next story. :raritywink:

This was sweet. I might have to study the AJ dialogue in this story to get the hang of AJ's dialogue in my own writings, or at least learn how to better write it within my own stories.

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