• Published 11th Dec 2014
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do {} while (true); - wille179



The mare sits at the table and observes. There is a crack in the sky.

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in the sky and smiled. Reaching out a pale pink hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. Reaching out a pale yellow hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual.

"I'm scared perfectly fine."

Carrot Top stopped to smell the roses.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her pale pink hoof to brush a lock of purple hair back into her curls.

"Somepony save me!" "I am perfectly fine," Time Turner shouted sTaTeD.

"Don't you see that crack in the sky? think Princess Luna's Sun is really pretty?" Carrot Cake asked no pony in particular. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Lyra teleported away.

"I'm going to the market," announced Bon Bon.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her brilliant orange hoof to brush a lock of hot pink hair back into her poofy mane. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY.

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky.

"I'm going to the market," announced Time Turner. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. Help! The mare at the table waived to Bulk Biceps and Sweetie Belle. Reaching out a marshmallow white hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual.

"Something's not right..." The mare traced her brilliant orange hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

The mare traced her lavender hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.Help! From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Scootaloo flew away. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.Reaching out a pale pink hoof, the mare at the table picked up her carrot sticks and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. Kill me!

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her marshmallow white hoof to brush a lock of pale pink hair back into her mane.

"Be careful today, Lyra," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr. Reaching out a marshmallow white hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her marshmallow white hoof to brush a lock of blond hair back into her poofy mane. The mare traced her pale pink hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.The mare traced her pale pink hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.Reaching out a marshmallow white hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. The mare traced her pale pink hoof around her cupcakes, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.

The mare at the table watched Cup Cake order some daisy sandwiches from the waiter.

The mare traced her pale yellow hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.

"Look! It's Princess Cadance!" somepony exclaimed. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Bon Bon trotted away. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Cup Cake trotted away.

"Don't you see that crack in the sky? think Princess Luna's Sun is really pretty?" Apple Bloom asked no pony in particular.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her marshmallow white hoof to brush a lock of hot pink hair back into her straight mane.

"Something's not right..."

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky.

Carrot Top declared, "I'm going to the Palace of Friendship." She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself. The mare at the table tapped her hooves.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her brilliant orange hoof to brush a lock of pale pink hair back into her straight mane.

"Hey, Carrot Top, do you want to go to the town hall with me?" Lyra asked. Reaching out a brilliant orange hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself. Help! Reaching out a lavender hoof, the mare at the table picked up her carrot sticks and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.The mare traced her lavender hoof around her rare steaks, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.Kill me!

The mare at the table watched Cloud Kicker order some rare steaks from the waiter.

"Be careful today, Time Turner," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say. The mare at the table tapped her hooves. Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr. Reaching out a brilliant orange hoof, the mare at the table picked up her rare steaks and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled. Reaching out a marshmallow white hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. The mare traced her lavender hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.The mare traced her pale yellow hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself. Reaching out a pale yellow hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. Reaching out a brilliant orange hoof, the mare at the table picked up her hay fries and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled.

Cloud Kicker walked by.

The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself.

"I'm going to the market," announced Lyra.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Bulk Biceps teleported away. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her lavender hoof to brush a lock of pale pink hair back into her mess of a mane. The mare at the table tapped her hooves.

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Cup Cake flew away. The mare at the table tapped her hooves. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.

"It's the end of the world! such a lovely day, don't you think?" Scootaloo asked the mare at the table. The latter agreed.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.Help! Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.

"Be careful today, Bulk Biceps," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say. Kill me! Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr.

"Be careful today, Carrot Cake," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled. java.lang.NullPointerException AbSoLuTeLy NoThInG iS WrOnG hErE. The mare traced her pale yellow hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled. Help! The mare traced her marshmallow white hoof around her carrot sticks, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.

"It's the end of the world! such a lovely day, don't you think?" Scootaloo asked the mare at the table. The latter agreed. The mare traced her pale yellow hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself.

Carrot Top stopped to smell the roses.

Reaching out a pale yellow hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual.

"It's the end of the world! such a lovely day, don't you think?" Cup Cake asked the mare at the table. The latter agreed.

The mare at the table watched Carrot Top order some hay fries from the waiter.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her marshmallow white hoof to brush a lock of polychromatic hair back into her straight mane.

Cloud Kicker declared, "I'm going to the Golden Oaks Library."

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her lavender hoof to brush a lock of blond hair back into her mane. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Bulk Biceps flew away. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her lavender hoof to brush a lock of purple hair back into her poofy mane.

"Be careful today, Scootaloo," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say.

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky. Kill me! She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.The mare at the table tapped her hooves. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled.

"Hey, Derpy, do you want to go to the bakery with me?" Sweetie Belle asked. Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

Help! The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Time Turner teleported away. Kill me! The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself.

"Be careful today, Carrot Cake," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say.

"Something's not right..." Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr.

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled. Help! The mare traced her brilliant orange hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.Kill me! The mare traced her pale yellow hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled. Reaching out a brilliant orange hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr.

Bulk Biceps stopped to smell the roses.

Help!

"Something's not right..." The mare traced her pale yellow hoof around her cupcakes, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Sweetie Belle flew away.

The mare at the table watched Sweetie Belle order some daisy sandwiches from the waiter.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her pale yellow hoof to brush a lock of violet hair back into her ponytail. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY.

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky. Help! She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.The mare at the table tapped her hooves.

The mare at the table watched Bon Bon order some hay fries from the waiter.

"Hey, Lyra, do you want to go to the house with me?" Scootaloo asked.

"Be careful today, Scootaloo," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. Help! The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.

"Don't you see that crack in the sky? think Princess Luna's Sun is really pretty?" Time Turner asked no pony in particular. Kill me! The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled.

"Be careful today, Bon Bon," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled. Kill me! The mare traced her pale yellow hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.Help! The mare traced her light cerulean hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.Kill me! The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her marshmallow white hoof to brush a lock of violet hair back into her mane. Reaching out a pale yellow hoof, the mare at the table picked up her rare steaks and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Cloud Kicker galloped away.

Bon Bon whispered into Carrot Cake's ear.

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky.

"See you later," somepony called out. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Cloud Kicker teleported away. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Carrot Top trotted away. The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her brilliant orange hoof to brush a lock of violet hair back into her mess of a mane. Kill me!

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky. From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Carrot Cake walked away. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. The mare at the table tapped her hooves. The mare at the table listened to the gentle sounds of her breathing. Kill me!

"Hey, Apple Bloom, do you want to go to the Palace of Friendship with me?" Time Turner asked.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her marshmallow white hoof to brush a lock of violet hair back into her ponytail.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

java.lang.NullPointerException AbSoLuTeLy NoThInG iS WrOnG hErE. Help! Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr. The mare at the table took a sip of her drink. She smiled. Nothing was wrong. Nothing. At. All.The mare traced her marshmallow white hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.Kill me!

"I'm going to the market," announced Cup Cake.

"Be careful today, Scootaloo," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say. Help! Something in the mare at the table's gut told her to be wary, bUt EvErYtHiNg Is FiNe. ThErE iS nOtHiNg To FeAr. Reaching out a pale pink hoof, the mare at the table picked up her hay fries and took a bite. It was delicious as usual.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her pale yellow hoof to brush a lock of violet hair back into her poofy mane. The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled.

Bon Bon whispered into Scootaloo's ear.

The mare traced her pale yellow hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her lavender hoof to brush a lock of blond hair back into her mess of a mane. The mare traced her brilliant orange hoof around her carrot sticks, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

The mare at the table sat quietly, thinking to herself.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her marshmallow white hoof to brush a lock of violet hair back into her ponytail. Reaching out a pale yellow hoof, the mare at the table picked up her daisy sandwiches and took a bite. It was delicious as usual.

"Be careful today, Derpy," the mare at the table called out. Why? She couldn't say.

Bon Bon teleported by.

The mare at the table looked up at the crack in the sky and smiled.

"Look! It's Princess Luna!" somepony exclaimed. Help! From her seat, the mare at the table watched as Lyra cantered away.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her light cerulean hoof to brush a lock of purple hair back into her mane.

Absentmindedly, the mare at the table waived her pale yellow hoof to brush a lock of violet hair back into her curls.

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

It was a lovely day out. Birds were chirping. Foals were playing. The crack hummed gently in the sky. She felt odd today, the mare at the table decided. Her thoughts felt like they were going around in a loop. ThEy ArE nOt. DoN't Be SiLlY. Reaching out a pale pink hoof, the mare at the table picked up her rare steaks and took a bite. It was delicious as usual. The mare at the table listened to the gentle sounds of her breathing. The mare traced her light cerulean hoof around her daisy sandwiches, following the grain of the table. There was nothing unsusual about today. In fact, nothing unsusual had happened for a long time now. The crack was perfectly ordinary.

"Look! It's Princess Luna!" somepony exclaimed. Help!

Something changed. The original was forgotten. The change was forgotten. Life carried on.

The mare at the table looked up at the crack

Author's Note:

public static void main(String[] args) {
DoWhileStory dws = new DoWhileStory();
PrintWriter outStream = null;
try {
outStream = new PrintWriter(new FileOutputStream("Do_While.txt"));
} catch (FileNotFoundException e) {
System.out.println("The file could not be opened.");
System.exit(0);
}


outStream.print("\tin the sky and smiled. ");
int count = 1;
do {
outStream.print(dws.getWords(count));
} while ((count++) < 260);
outStream.print("The mare at the table looked up at the crack");
outStream.close();
System.out.println("Your story is done.");
}