• Published 9th May 2014
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The Adventures of a Human Peach - AppleTank

Peaches are the most awesome thing in the world. Therefore, I go to Comic Con dressed as one. all other opinions are invalid

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4) Peachy

A boy yawned, hearing a knock on the door. He took a look through the peephole, and saw nothing. “Huh.”

He opened the door. His eye was drawn to a dirty box sitting on the welcome mat. On the box, scribbled badly with a box cutter, were the words. “Glvc to good bockyord.” The boy squinted and realized that the little hook on the letter “e” had fell off. Because the letters were carved into the cardboard.

Oh well. Free plant.

He took it into his backyard and planted it.


Ten Years later

Electricity jumped in a dirty alleyway. The sphere of energy expanded and popped, depositing a burnt and unhappy Twilight Sparkle. Her eyes were slightly bloodshot, and bits of drool fell from her lips as she kept on mouthing “Peach...”

On her back, she wore saddlebags with a few apples, and a slingshot in her magic.


Her horn glowed, boosting her olfactory nerves. She sniffed the air, locking onto the peach particles. “My peach...”

She cloaked herself, stumbling dazedly through the night time streets, still sniffing the air. She paused at the front door of a non-descript house. With a muffled poof, she teleported into the house. She looked out the window and saw the ten year old peach tree. “Peeeach.”

She walked out the door, her horn glowing as she ripped the tree out of the ground.

Da heck? Oh goddammit, not you again.

A teenager sat up in bed, his stomach churning. Something was wrong. Something to do with peaches. “Mr. Peach!”

He hopped out of bed and ran down the stairs. He froze as he ran past the kitchen, smoke billowing in the air. Charred apples laid across the floor, setting the house on fire. The stovetop held several apples, its flame on high as it sent burning apples across the room.

“Noooooo! I’m sorry Mr. Peach! I’m sorry I never believed you!”

He never noticed the twitching unicorn vanish with his tree.

Author's Note:

Do you really want to see how badly I can write?