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Pinkie Pie loves Nightmare Night. She loves dressing up, and she loves candy. Most of all, she loves pranking ponies. One year she goes too far.

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Princess Celestia stamped across the yard, sparks coming from her hooves every time she spoke. “Pinkamena Diane Pie, we are insulted by thine caricature of our regal magnificence, and we banish thee to the moon forthwith.” She lit her horn, and Pinkie vanished in a flash of white light. “And as for thee, faithful student, thou needest to lighten up. Perhaps thou shouldst get thee a coltfriend.”

Twilight looked up at the Princess, mouth agape.

:rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh: I LOVE IT! This is really good!

Nice one. Thing is this should probably have a follow up chapter.

Where Twilight finds out Luna and Pinkie pranked her, and complains bitterly about her new coltfriend and what they may or may not have done?

Delightful! Fully Spooky Pony approved. :pinkiehappy:

It took me a moment to understand why Celestia was speaking in Old Equestrian, but then my sides split off from my body.:pinkiegasp::rainbowlaugh:

Probably. Twilight really ought to be consider why Princess Celestia is speaking like Princess Luna though. Somepony will probably get a talking to should anything bad happen.


You might want some Transglutamin for that. Or also known as "meat tape".

Admittedly, that was a rather major hint as to who the speaker was, but it was funnier to do it that way . . . and how often do you see 'swiving' in a fic?

She's a smart pony. She'll figure it out before she does anything she'd truly regret.

5145171 By the Fausticorn's shapely flanks, I thought only I knew what swiving meant...

...all four of her hoofsies were shod in golden boots.


she'd made caramel onions.

Caramel-covered onions. Perfect for those truly nasty of trick-ers. I'd love to pull it off just once, but I suspect I'd get arrested for trying caramel-covered anything. Halloween is distressingly dangerous from those who would abuse everyone's sense of humor.



I should have....

Caramel-covered onions. Perfect for those truly nasty of trick-ers. I'd love to pull it off just once

Hmm. DJ loves caramel apples....

Halloween is distressingly dangerous from those who would abuse everyone's sense of humor.

I know, right?

Forgoing the front door, she rummaged around under the bushes until she found a grappling hook she kept there for emergencies

I'm such a Pinkie Pie amateur that I stopped here to wonder about this :pinkiegasp:
You'd think that I'd have learned by now :unsuresweetie:

Honestly, I thought it would've been even funnier if it actually WAS Celestia there at the end.

And what the heck is "swiving"? ...Actually, given the context, I probably don't want to know.

It's an archaic term for plowing a field, or. . .

5145438 (Thinks about it a little too long) Oh.

5145019 Perhaps she could get one the same shade of green as grass. That would explain a lot. Of course, I'm writing a romance fic between Pinkie Pie and a changeling, so maybe what comes around, goes around... :pinkiehappy:


Yeppers. I think it could be really funny.

I might have to do that. We'll see.:pinkiehappy:


Thing is, Lesson Zero Twilight would scare off Stallion after Stallion.

She is quite the catch though. Being turned into an orange occasionally though...


She is quite the catch though. Being turned into an orange occasionally though...

All relationships have their little ups and downs. She's attractive, powerful, presumably wealthy, and an alicorn princess. On the downside, she's the target of various monsters, she's very OCD, and sometimes accidentally turns animals into oranges or ponies into plants.

This was an enjoyable read! Well done. :moustache:

LOL! :rainbowlaugh:

a well-lighted window,

^ Well-lit?

I almost don't want to kill myself, so I can read whatever else you put out.

¡This is very funny!


Funny, all those downs were decent plusses for me, and the ups just made things a little better.

Tee- Hee Wha ha ha ha ha !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh:

Ha! That ending! Nice one!

Technically, either is correct. These days, 'well-lit' is the more common phrase, but that wasn't always so.

Some people use 'lit' only to describe things which are on fire, and 'lighted' to describe things that artificially illuminated.

Excellent. Now my plan is revealed.


Well, that's perfect then!

i was giddy the whole story. good job!

At first I was like :pinkiegasp:
And then I was like :ajbemused:

Short, sweet and funny. Nicely done. Now there needs to be a sequel where Pinkie comes back from her supposed banishment on the moon as Nightmare Pinkie.

Would have been better if Luna didn't use archaic speak. You do know she stopped doing that after Luna Eclipsed, right?

You know, that picture finally offers the first semi-plausible explanation I've seen for that horrible Pinklestia toy they were selling awhile back.

You know the one.

Wow! :rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh: Perfect prank ever!

:twilightoops: Dear Princess Celestia

I know you love your subjects and want nothing but love, kindness and respect in return. BUT PLEASE! SHOW MERCY AND PLEASE BRING PINKIE PIE BACK FROM THE MOON! I PROMISE YOU SHE'S LEARNED HER LESSON AND WILL NEVER DO IT AGAIN!

Yours eternally grateful, respectful and humble subject

Twilight Sparkle.

:trollestia: "Huh..?"


Sweet Molestia...it was good.....


Ooh, that would be good. She could even borrow Nightmarity's outfit.:pinkiehappy:

I liked the comic where Celly was pink because Luna painted her that color.

Yes, I know, but I always liked writing her that way. From a technical standpoint in this story, it also serves to alert the reader that 'Celestia' is really Luna in disguise, which would have been harder if she'd been speaking modern English.


Doesn't that kinda spoil the twist, though? Luna's regular speech pattern is different enough from Celestia's that the average reader would be able to tell something is off. The fact that I realized pretty much instantly that it was Luna sorta ruined the "Aha!" moment.

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