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Regidar


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Twilight Sparkle understands that change is essential for life just as well as anypony.

But is it always for the best?


Written for the May 2015 Writeoff "I Regret Nothing"

Needless to say, I did not win.

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Comments ( 46 )

I thought "it" was going to be 10 inch dick. Well, I'm disappointed.

6037327 you sound like my girlfriend

6037329
Do you wear the strap on or does she?

And this goes deeper than a lfiestyle

There you go, that's why you didn't win.

I do not ragrit reading this.

SPROING!

FUCKINGDROPPED.

This is the best story ever 10/10 would read again

Wow that us not what I expected :pinkiehappy: but it was a fun read non the less

Interesting format. I love the way you wrote Pinkie through all of this. It really felt like earlier, classic Pinkie, with all kinds of weird metaphors and whatnot. I can't blame Twi for her reaction, either. I mean, damn, Pinkie, that's a bit much.

... I wonder if she had her intestines rearranged to spell out "woo" when viewed from the side.

Did not expect that.
I thought this was going to go full-on r34

Nope.

YOLO

Erm... What did I read? :rainbowderp:

It is... a... thing. for sure.

I think I just upvote and quietly disappear.

Holy shit what even did I read? :rainbowlaugh:
Hahahaha! So much yes... I honestly thought it was going to be something else...
We're the Miller's come to mind.

HAHA!
Really Pinkie? You don't regret anything? Nothing at all? *gestures to mispelling* Not even, maybe a typo?

Nice job.

DAFUQ DID I JUST READ?!

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Somehow what you wrote is more horrible than that.

If I hd a nickel for every time someone said that to me...

Because sometimes, the best way to let a friend know they made a poor life choice is expel the contents of your stomach all over them. It's the subtle things that really hit home.

Amen :rainbowlaugh:

No amount of expecting hilarity prepared me for that one. Glorious.

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This is still funny. :D

6040318 Not funny enough to give it a good write-off score :rainbowlaugh:

Because sometimes, the best way to let a friend know they made a poor life choice is expel the contents of your stomach all over them. It's the subtle things that really hit home.

A beautiful quote, and a very wacky story.
I give it a pretty-dang-good/10

I regret nothing!

Sir Crabington Seal of Approval!

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6040616
A 5 is "I liked it". :B

6041330 It ended up scoring -49, though

There's a character in the D&D player's handbook that's named "Regdar"
Just thought you'd like to know

6042130 >implying this isn't where I got my name from
holy shit are you out of the loop

6042508
that's what I though, honestly
but I didn't know so I thought I'd phrase it like that
hm hm boyo

This was one funny read. Good show.

...:rainbowhuh:...:rainbowkiss:...:rainbowlaugh:!

But seriously, what the? :derpytongue2: Hey, what exactly was it that Pinkie Pie did to herself anyway? :pinkiesmile:

I don't have much to say on this.

I am fairly certain I browsed an entire web gallery of the punchline a few years back so I saw the reveal coming long enough in advance that it lost all effect.

The ending twist is so true tho.

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The ending twist is so true tho.

based on a true story

6068021 Uh... it said what she did...
In bright yellow tatood across her face: "I ragrit nothing" in comic sans, "YOLO" on both eyelids, and "party hard" was engraved on every single tooth.

So Pinkie knows she spelled it wrong, right? Cool story, by the way.

Because sometimes, the best way to let a friend know they made a poor life choice is expel the contents of your stomach all over them. It's the subtle things that really hit home.

Something tells me you're writing from experience here.

Also is rainbow dash kill?

Sometimes, the best way to let a friend know they made a poor life choice is expel the contents of your stomach all over them. It's the subtle things that really hit home.

Nicely done, my good man! Nicely done! *Sips rocket fuel from teacup* Thumbs Up!!! (Hooves Up?)

6358076 that depends, do you have thumbs or hooves?

6358918 Thumbs but, I was trying to "Ponify" it, as the natives say

This definitely demands a sequel where the ruined book tries to overthrow the government which incites a mandatory book burning, but then Twilight and the book forgive each other and after they overthrow Celestia the book backstabs Twilight and rules as King. His words become the law and his rule is binding. As the pages of history turn he grows old and weary without anyone to read him. The law is folding and smearing with crime rampant in the shadows of his kingdom. Then he searches across the barren lands for someone, anyone to read the words on his pages. He encounters a poorly contrived OC that attempts to read him, but his words have become faded through his journey and only 1 page remains in a legible condition because it was stuck to another. The final legible page contains Shelley's "Ozymandias." In that moment he realizes that all things die and some tales are better left forgotten. Also Pinkie gets eviscerated at some point for causing this conflict.

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