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Lord Of Dorkness

Deep into that dorkness peering...


Pinkie Pie lights a candle, and nothing of particular note happens.

Oh, except the world ending.

Thanks to AppleTank and billymorph for editing and pre-reading.

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Comments ( 12 )

When I saw the title (before opening the page), I decide to make my comment

This is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury

but then you put the poem at the end :pinkiesad2:

Also loved this fun way to burn five minutes, Thanks for Writing!

Nice story.

6730556 That pun... can't think of a water based pun right now. To tired, was burnt out today.

Nice horsewords! Love Pinkie's continual meta-awareness.

Somewhat interesting, but not really my thing.


Fair enough. Still, thanks for reading. :twilightsmile:

I love stories where the author catches Pinkie just as I would imagine her in the situation she's put in.
And you wrote an awesome Pinkie in my opinion. And not just that, the setting and the idea an so on - just woah, I really like that story.
That said, here have a fave and thumb up and jeah, good work :D

That was very interesting. I liked it.
+1 Internet Cookie has been added to your inventory.

I don't know, this was a bit too artsy and self-referential for my taste.


Fair enough. This was an experiment, so I hardly expected it to be for everybody.

Still, thank you for giving it a try. :twilightsmile:

I really enjoyed this. I love stories where your mind can just go off the hook for a bit and enjoy the experience washing over you.

Plus, you write Pinkie nicely. Tricky skill. that.

Wow. Yeah, this is really metaphorical. Thought provoking. Stuff.
Maybe more wise than informative (more thought provoking than actually saying anything), but y'know. It's interesting.

If you want to get really meta, you need to write a story where Fluttershy finally snaps and breaks down in tears because Pinkie gets all the philosohpical exposition stories and Fluttershy is always ignored :trixieshiftright:

This was cool. Love the Stanley Parable-esque strikeout text. (If you haven't seen the playthroughs for TSP _do this ASAP_!)

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