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TheUrbanMoose


Moose lips sink ships!

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A foreigner from a distant land sends a letter to Princess Celestia, detailing an important discovery: that anymoose can do magic.

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What is this, I don't even.

TL;DR

Actually, I did. It was nice, if a bit to fancily written for me.

How does a moose grip something? I guess that's the advantage of cloven hooves. Anyway, have a thumbs up.

That was suspiciously well done. I am intrigued by the idea of "through the eyes of others" perspective. I'm also glad to see that you didn't shy away from some more complicated language. Thanks for sharing this with us!:pinkiesmile:

Hnnnng your diction is absolutely intoxicating. :rainbowkiss:
Please keep writing. I would love to see some more from you.

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That said, how does a pony grip stuff with hooves? I just assume it works, and don't worry about it too much. :raritywink: And yeah, it is a bit fancily worded. I'm stuck like that after writing my other story (which, by the way, I am still writing). It's tough to switch gears!

In any case, thank you all for reading!

Brilliant! Quite an interesting read....for some reason I vocalized the Moose's voice as Frazier (From the sitcom)

"Astikus Alchés?"

"Yes?"

" I'm Princess Celestia. Nice to meet you."

*Astikus Alchés Faints from shock*
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That would been nice touch. :pinkiehappy:

I decided to make a comment just to repeat how terrible the title for this letter is.

Hatred.

Hatred.

Hatred.

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The hatred seemed to last forever.

And why shouldn't it?

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There was a look of fury on Neighkodemus's face as he read the title.

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Realizing Neighkodemus did not like the title, Moose adjusted his monocle and directed an angry expression towards him. "Harumph."

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Upon noticing the displeased reaction of his author, Neighkodemus started sweating, looking around in a panic, stuttering, and hyperventilating - all at the same time.

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"I- I- I- I- I..." Neighkodemus stuttered while sweating, looking around in a panic, and hyperventilating. "I- I- I- I- I- I- I'm sorry... s-s-s-s-s-so sorry..."

Moose, too busy polishing his monocle, offered no sympathy for the stuttering, sweating, panicking, hyperventilating editor.

"I... I... I... I..." he stuttered, sweating a little less, but hyperventilating even more. The looking-around-in-a-panic levels were about the same.

"Oh, posh," Moose murmured in a stylistically urban manner. He waved the editor away with a pristine, white-gloved hand. "I will have no more of this nonsense. Please leave."

"I... I... I..." Neighkodemus stuttered, dolefully acquiescing to the dismissive gesture. "I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I- I-" he quickly stuttered, but couldn't finish his sentence. Disgraced, he exited the room. On his way out, he hyperventilated, and also stuttered.

Later, as a direct result of his excessive hyperventilation, Neighkodemus realized he had developed the strongest lungs in the world. He went on to win a world record, holding his breath for over 17 hours.

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And that's how Equestria was ma--- wait...

PS: Over half of the posts in this comment section are now us goofing off with jokes and references nobody else will get. Problem, fimfiction?

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It's all part of the creative process! :trollestia:

TO THE READERS OF THIS COMMENTS SECTION:

The moral of the story is:

Don't give terrible titles to pieces of work that aren't actually that bad. Or an angry German will dropkick you in the throat.

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Or suplex you out of a window. Depends on mood, season, and current alcohol level.

Also, that second to last post of yours was genius. I'm going to frame it and mount it on a wall to show to future generations.

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"Nervousness: A Case Study" by TheUrbanMoose.

Also known as

"What not to do in any situation, ever, seriously"

I am going to quote The Descendant in that this was suspiciously well done.

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Thank you! And thanks for commenting, as well. I am not as fond of this as my other story, but for the amount of effort I put into it, I wish it had gotten noticed a little more. *ponyshrug* Oh well, what can you do.

Thanks again for reading! :pinkiehappy:

Comment posted by TheUrbanMoose deleted Dec 20th, 2017
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