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I'm an old-school MLP fan, glad the new show is doing great.


It's a mad scramble as Pinkie Pie interferes with a bit of Cutie Mark Crusader learning and is changed into a moth! She's got to be tracked down to be changed back!

A request by Dusty the Royal Janitor for winning a caption contest. A light, fluffy piece that will hopefully bring some smiles to faces.

The name, by the way, is a reference to an old sketch on Sesame Street called the 'Teeny-Tiny Super Guy'. No infringement intended.

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The wings were colored red, blue and yellow, the rest of the body pink. Front legs pounded on a pair of bongos strapped around its thorax. And feathery antennae jutted from a head bearing an uncanny and very eerie resemblance to Pinkie Pie.


Ah, context. Not much of it, mind you, but it helps.

Hilarious little story. I like how everypony just gets on with their day afterwards. Probably not even the tenth strangest thing that's happened in or to Ponyville this week. Thank you for writing this, and thanks to Dusty for suggesting it.

:pinkiehappy: Thank you so much for writing this and for getting it out so quickly! It was a blast to read!

But one question still eludes me... where did she get bongos in that size?

Cute read.

She's got miniature bongos stashed all over Ponyville, in case of miniature-bongo emergencies. :pinkiehappy:

This is true Pinkie Pie storytelling with an inclusion of her friends. :)


Depends on if this occurred before or after the Breezies episode. I mean, where did they get a tiny saxophone? :pinkiehappy:

Fuller review here, but in brief: a pleasant low-stakes (despite what's happened to Pinkie!) time-passer. I loved Rainbow as an overly serious cider connoisseur. The ending is underwhelming, though.

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