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Once upon a time, there was a lavender unicorn named Twilight Sparkle...

You already know that story. What happened next?

Oh yeah. Everypony died.

The end.

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Pretty sure the link is broken

I have no idea what just happened.

I'm remarkably unsure of where this was going the entire time, yet I felt that there was some purpose to the madness. Could be wrong, though.

Sorry, but all I get from reading this is a minor headache.

This story reminds me of someone who just finished Atlas Shrugged.


I was thinking Finnegan's Wake.

Maybe if they had a kid.


It's not. Just click between the space of the check mark and the period

Had diarrhea for on and off or six days this week. Am afraid of going to bathroom now. Think it's gone though. Anyho, this story made me reflect on my mental state during that this/that time. If I was ever writing this/that story, it would be like darf's story. Except I can'twon't write and darf's "the best story in equestria" would still be much, much better.

Don't know what fresh hell you're in but make sure you reach into death's asshole and pull it's guts outs. Make them work for it.

Donald Trump wrote the title.

That's a fun method of story telling.

There was definitely something to this, some underlying genius, I just can't quite figure it out.

7413761 it's a word-for-word copy of Cather in the Rye. that's probably what it was.

I've been sitting here for about five minutes trying to think of some conversation to open up about this story. It's very difficult. :fluttershysad:

I'm trying to approach post-post-modernism on its own terms, but it kind of seems to be saying that there's no such thing as storytelling — that we're basically just speaking veiled personal experiences at each other, in which case we'd have a closer approach to the truth by stripping away the veils, making fiction worthless.

If that is PPM's assertion (which I'm not even sure is the case), I dispute it; but my argument is the power of fiction as displayed by non-PPM fiction, and based on what I know of your literary opinions I don't expect that to be persuasive.

Argh idk. I am reduced to flailing here. I wish post-post-modernism came with Cliff's Notes.

7414013 it sort of does. go check out Steve Roggenbuck. watch every single one of his videos (especially "Internet Poetry Manifesto") and you'll kind of get it. i think.

I despise Roggenbuck and his ilk.
Bizarro is much better, more honest in being fucked for fucked's sake, and was here first. I also thought this had more of a bizzaro vibe (except the wraiths would be friendly, just accidentally killing everyone, but they come back to life anyway, so it is okay). Also less meta, but I have sacrificed any right to complain about meta.

The world needs more of this anyway. Carry on carrying on.

darf #20 · Jul 25th, 2016 · · 1 ·

7422134 get rid of your daddy issues, Fiddles. they're not helping anyone. even the ponies.

you guys realize this story is actually illegal, right? it's against the site rules for metafiction. but metafiction is every fanfiction, it's impossible to write a fanfic without writing metafiction. people have just gotten really good at disguising it. well, the jig is up. i'm calling myself out. i broke the fimfiction law. areeeest meeeee, pleaeeaaase!~~~ :3

It was pretty good, but when are we gonna get a sequel? :B
Really though, I felt...things, through it, as scenes and ideas and concepts floated by and then disappeared to be replaced by something else less or more baffling as things progressed. Did I enjoy it? Yes, I did. I couldn't tell you about any single part, but I did like it.

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