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I have no heart and my avatar makes everything sound sexual. Also, It's pronounced "sam-ee".


This story is a sequel to Of Rocks and Wubs

After a long tour around Equestria, Vinyl Scratch wants only three things: a comfortable bed, a bottle of wine and some peace. But when a mysterious mare she'd met on a train a year before appears in her life again, it quickly becomes much more interesting...

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>that moment where I used the same picture as cover art for this story two hours ago

Lol... *goes to read it* Hmm, apparently Vinyl can't sleep well in hotels...

Just read this and the prequel. :pinkiehappy:

Gotta say, I do love these! :heart:


Sometimes I get sentimental.”

You missed out on the opportunity for a great rock joke. Sentimental, sedimental :P

Fantastic, fantastic little SoL story. Vinyl and Maud is a pairing the only seems to exist because people are shipping Maud with everyone, but you pulled this off excellently, giving the reader a view into what Vinyl's life could be like.

Thanks :pinkiehappy:

Hmm, now I wonder how Maud clopfic would look like...

At first I wanted to do that, but I felt that it was already done few times. Even one of my favourite Maud stories is called "My Sediments Exactly".

I'm glad you like it :pinkiehappy: I rarely write slice of life (well, recently I started to write it more often), but Vinyl is one of my favourite characters to write.

Hmm, didn't think about it at first... Well, maybe it was good for Maud that she wasn't there.

Actually that bottle reminded me about what a woman working in forensics department told me about champagne bottles on New Year, and where some girls tend to put it... Bottom first... :pinkiegasp:

I really like this look into Vinyl's life, as well as seeing Maud again. For reasons I can't put my finger on, the whole image of Vinyl at the pier is just really striking to me. Nice work. I only wish it were longer. Dunno how hard it would be to explore further relations with these two, though.

*sigh* Now I want to read more of these. Too bad it isn't more popular.

What a lovely tale and a very successful sequel. guess sometimes opposites attract. :heart:

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