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My stories have a 1/1000 chance of teleporting you back in time to the Siege of Leningrad.

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so THAT'S where babies come from! :D

Mmm... fuck yeah, peanut butter and jelly... congrats, you've made me hungry.

You can has all my stars and thumbs. :twilightsmile:

He keeps his cheese in a cupboard? Fucking weird.

This was surprisingly delightful.

It's... beautiful...

A masterpiece unseen since the ancient times... :pinkiegasp:

How the Hell can you dislike sandwich making, or any of this?

This is superb... I can't comprehend it's beuty...

The front page of this story lies, I will be eagerly awaiting chapter 2

Hmmm.... A story about a sandwich. SO TOUCHING! And made me hungry.

.......I no longer have diabetes.

Mother of Celestia...

Never has a masterpiece the likes of this been shown to our unfit mortal eyes. Never have the likes of man been privy to such illustrious creations. This holy scripture hath shown me the meaning of life and existence itself, and revealed unto me the grace of the one true god...

All hail the Sandwich, that shalt be our master hereafter.

Oh, man! This made me laugh SO HARD! And the comments are even funnier! This is, simply and wondrously, a work of pure art. Well done.

Peanut butter, jelly, and cheese?

Hm, I might try that...

864783 It be a very good sandwich, I will have you know! :heart:

Come on, with the reception this is getting you have to write chapter 2.:pinkiehappy:

Well, what do you know. You did a real good job with something so ordinary... Thanks to you, I need a sandwich.:facehoof:

Wow. I somehow loved this. Good job. :pinkiesmile:

I will not be surprised to see such a beautifully written masterpiece such as this get featured.

It's like peanut butter and jelly. So very simple and ordinary, but because you rarely expect it when you expect extraordinary, it becomes extraordinary in and of itself.

Bravo good sir.


I love slice-of-life stories more than anything. Have a thumb, a star, AND a moustache. :moustache:

Its so ordinary...that its not ordinary....:derpyderp1:

This... this is the most brilliant character analysis i have ever had the fortune to witness. truly, such a work of art as this is certain to move the hearts, neigh, the souls of millions.
this represents the pinnacle of fiction; modern literature has no comparison in all the world. what you have done here is something monumental. this is your Magnum Opus.
this wasn't just a fanfic, it was an experience.

if you were a blank flank before, you'd better bet your plot you've got a cutie mark now.

I now have an intense craving for a peanut butter, jelly, and cheese sandwich.

Not sure how it'll taste but gosh darn it I'm going to find out.

This was pretty much the most accurate story description I have ever read.

Just curious, but...

What brand of cereal did Warm Front buy? I got an ad for Rice Krispies at the bottom of the page.

Also, I'd like to think that Apple Jacks exists in Equestria.

The normality... oh the normality... I have no wit with which to grace this holy scripture like those before me. Have an upvote though. :twilightsmile:

his hoofs in the sink


hooves bro, hooves

Not sure if like or dislike, so I upvoted it. Seriously, I see no plot of any kind whatsoever. :twilightoops:

I am OFFENDED sir.

Peanut butter, jelly, and cheese? Way to break my suspension of disbelief... Nobody would think to put those things together and find it palatable.

Disgusting. :flutterrage:

No, in all seriousness... I actually liked this! I felt like a story was trying to start but didn't. In a way that makes it just as amusing...

Description: A pony goes to the grocery store, then makes a sandwich. That's all that happens.
Story itself. Character was introduced and time of day explained, including recent events that happened before events described in chapter.

The most normal things explained and detailed with minimum words, yet this draws a complete picture in mind of reader.
Must read again and understand magic of words. :rainbowhuh:
Amazing way to make detailed day of pony exciting to read instead of boring. Character himself does not call this day exciting or unusual.

Thinking... Thinking... Brain.exe stopped responding. Reboot?

I... I am compelled to try peanut butter, jelly, and cheese now. Its stuck in my brain. Screw it, this is happening, now. Sandwich reports in ten. :coolphoto:

Suprisingly not terrible. I can love and tolerate this. JIF creamy, smucker strawberry, and kraft singles on wheat confirmed for palatable.

This... Quite frankly, it's amazing.
I expected a trollfic, and actually didn't get one.

Not only that, I got a pretty good story about a dude who makes a sandwich.

You've earned yourself a favourite.


How the hell do I even categorize this story?

Double-reverse trollfic or something?

A masterpiece... done in One Thousand and One words.

This is the new EQUESTRIAN BIBLE.

:moustache: :moustache: :moustache:

This story was beautiful... too beautiful for my mortal eyes! AAAAAAHHHH! IT BURNS!!!!!!!

This story... beautiful. It shows you don't need fancy characters, a fancy setting, a fancy conflict, or anything to make a great story.

864683 I think I no longer have mine, either! *eats sandwich* ... Nope, I still do. *has seizure*

Huh, so I'm not the only pony looking to use the "short but glorious" pun.

It was well written, however. You've earned yourself a Rainbow.:rainbowkiss:

I'm really confused. I fully expected you to do something silly, but you didn't. You did exactly what you said you would in the description. And it was enjoyable.

Does it matter what kinds you have? I only have apple jelly and medium cheddar.

Though it does have a couple problems with grammar, I found this story to be a welcome pallet cleanser after reading so many 100k + stories. Short and clean.





Twist isn't even in this story you baka!

TA DAAAAAAAAAAA. :flutterrage:

Anyway, there's a missing period:

Warm Front set down his items in front of Fair Price, who made an account of everything in the basket

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