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Ron Jeremy Pony

What to say about me... I'm a novelist, I enjoy writing Fanfiction (seriously I like it. Although I mainly do Justice League or Highschool of the Dead), and thanks to Dr. Whooves I found FIM.


Meeting family can be difficult. No body knows this as much as Sour Sweet. Getting to Meet Second's cousin Third wasn't just difficult, but it was like being stuck inside of a Jerry Springer Episode, without Jerry being there.

Again inspired by Nico-Stone Rupan's Sour Sweet Stories. The use of 'Second' and his family has been done with his permission. This is what happens when I just let my mind wander and give myself free reign to just type.

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kul #2 · Sep 4th, 2016 · · ·

I really wonder where you got your ideas for Third Person, as it was such an intresting take over here. The wildest I can make up about someone named "Third Person" is to make them more egocentric and weird, like Trixie, because they would speak in 3rd person all the time.. Oh and they also had some degree of supernatural-like ability to know what other people are thinking


The ideas for Third, well honestly I started thinking about it, and third person is one of the most popular point of views to write, so I started working with that idea, and Third's personality and back ground was born out of it.

“Oh, it’s not just a feeling a self worth. I’m someone little girls look up to. When they go to sleep at night they want to be like me, and I’m there to tell them that with lots of practice, the right diet, good genes, and of course completely abstaining from relationships and intercourse, they can become a Jr. Miss America too.

:ajsleepy: In one paragraph you've summed up everything I hate about pageants.

Wow, actually thanks for the compliment, and yes, I take that as a compliment. I have several friends that I grew up with that were entered in those things. I tended to be the one that would take them out into the 'real world' (which basically meant I'd take them to Taco Bell, McDonald's, and places like that) and let them experience life outside of the constant prim and proper crap that they had to wade through day in and day out. Out of all of them only one went on to make pageants her career. Don't get me wrong, if it's something the kiddo wants to do, and it's not taken too super seriously, I don't have a problem with it, but when it is an all consuming life for that child... Nope, Just nope.

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