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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.


A journey of self discovery begins when we choose to take that first step. The moment we decide that we are more than our society's or parent's plans for who, or what, we should be. For Sugarcoat, that first step comes with a Gingerbread Cookie.

Inspired by Rico-Stone Rupan's Sour Sweet Stories, this story focuses on Sugarcoat. Follow along as she begins those first steps toward self discovery, and then follow further down the road as she passes those steps along.

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Maybe a story with Lemon Zest dealing with being.... gay? Or like no one around her is?

I don't know, its just an idea.


I've actually played around with that idea, although I was going a bit more for her being Bi. Of course I was considering throwing in some of my other favorite Equestria Girls characters, namely the Sirens.

Thanks for the suggestion

RJP :pinkiehappy:

7558827 Not a problem.:twilightsmile:

That was a really sweet story....

But you killed Santa! :pinkiegasp:

Second and his cousin Third?


Second Person is the name Rico-Stone Rupan named Sour Sweet's boyfriend, and I introduced his cousin third in A Person(al) Meeting and Problem.

7560307 Woah. I've been following that series from the beginning and didn't remember that.

This piece was beautiful.


Here you go it's called Who Wants Seconds?, and while it's not the first story in the series it is the story where Nico-Stone Rupan did in fact establish Second Person as Sour Sweet's boyfriend's official (unofficial) name.


This is a common meme in fan-fictions regarding the CPA girls and, unfortunately, given how Cinch acted it isn't implausible. All of them, to a greater or lesser extent, are being groomed to be something someone else wants them to be. The great breakthrough for each and every one of them would be to decide to be what they want to be.


I couldn't agree more. From the way the girls, and other students of course, were presented it appeared that Crystal Prep School was attempting to churn out a very cookie cutter pattern of socialite individuals. Individuals that were intended to become part of the higher crust of society. Not a bad thing to strive for, but at the same time it seemed a little dickish to force the designed way of thinking, acting, and reacting down the throats of the students.

We did get to see different versions of the students themselves, and while they did have their individual personality, when push came to shove they acted as a singular entity. Something I believe that Cinch instilled in them from the beginning.

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