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Just an introvert who likes My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. I also like to write MLP fanfiction. Twilight Sparkle is my favorite pony.


Starlight is bored, and it's a beautiful day. She decides to go hang out with Trixie to figure out what to do. Pinkie shows up and after talking for a little bit, they decide it's a perfect day to ponynap Twilight.

I am not a comedy writer. I wrote this for fun and for the sake of writing it.

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"We're going to have a nice, long talk when we get back to the castle..." Twilight replied. With a flash of magic, a magic inhibitor ring teleported directly onto Starlight's horn. Starlight blinked and her muzzle scrunched up as she glanced up at the metal ring. Twilight smiled enthusiastically and looked at Trixie. "Hey, Trixie? I'm going to borrow your rope and muzzle," she stated. "Oh, and don't you have a gag? I'll be borrowing that too."

Wait, what?

I SO want to see what happens next! Somepony has some 'splaining to do!

Wait ... why would TWILIGHT have a magic inhibitor ring? And how did she know Trixie has a gag? ... Oh Twilight, you devious filly. :rainbowwild:

Please tell me that there is a sequel on the way

Well, it wasn't planned, but I might be able to come up with something...

Starlight picked Twilight up Twilight with her magic

then she twilighted her right in the twilight with her twilight behind her back:derpytongue2:

Teasing aside, this story was hilarious!

i feel like you icon would make for good cover art for the story

I could see that...

I'm glad you enjoyed it!

Also, fixed. Thank you for pointing that out.

I recommend you to do a sequel but kinaping rainbow, this didnt end well, so take it a first exercise un kinaping, and now the girls will do a better job with rainbow, or rarity, or applejack, perhaps you could do other sequels for the girls or princesess, and ir shining armor, etc, that could be fun :D

Also, shouldn't the title say "How to Ponynap a Bookhorse"?.

That sounds kind of like a fun idea...

And I'm using Bookhorse as a substitute Twilight's name, rather than a description of her... I think it is correct this way. ("How to Ponynap Twilight Bookhorse" sounds better than "How to Ponynap a Twilight Bookhorse." Or at least I think so.)

Well, you succeeded in making me laugh, so congratulations. If there are any Leverage fans here, there's a great 'does this rag smell like chloroform' joke in that show too. And, not to be that guy, but first paragraph should have 'enjoyable' rather than 'enjoying.' Fun read.

Fixed, thanks! :twilightblush:

I'm glad you enjoyed it and got a laugh out of it!

If you're going to ponynap Twilight, at least try to make it look like changelings did it.

"There is no possible way this can go wrong," Trixie sighed.

It's official now: It will go wrong in every way possible.
And since Pinkie Pie is involved, even in some impossible pays.

"Rock paper scissors?"
"Rock paper scissors doesn't work with three. I've tried before," Pinkie replied casually.

Ponies always seem to choose "rock" for some reason...

"Not that I want to do this sort of thing all the time. Enslaving a village was hard work."
"Oh, please," Trixie said in a high-voice, "The Great and Powerful Trixie enslaved Ponyville a hundred times better than you enslaved your town!"

:pinkiehappy:: "You should make that a contest! Each of you get one week to enslave Ponyville, and whoever did it better wins!"

I don't normally write comedy (and I'm not sure if I succeeded here), but I enjoyed writing this.

And I enjoyed reading this.
Good work!


:pinkiehappy:: "You should make that a contest! Each of you get one week to enslave Ponyville, and whoever did it better wins!"

This is brilliant! But who will be the judge to see who enslaved Ponyvilel better..? Celestia? Luna? No... neither of them have that kind of experience... Tirek? No, he'd destroy everything... Chrysalis? No... she was a terrible ruler. Wait, I know! Sombra can be the judge since he enslaved the Crystal Empire!

That could work!
As long as they offer him enough Crystals...

This song describes how I feel about practical jokes

"Rock paper scissors doesn't work with three. I've tried before," Pinkie replied casually.

For humans, with 3 everyone puts out either 2 or 3 fingers. Odd one out is it. Wouldn't work with Ponies, though.

Let's be Evil had a similar but not same concept around the mane six playing at being villains. Could be interesting to make a current season version of a "which hero is the better villain concept" focusing on taking over a town like Trixie or Starlight did.

That was a pretty good story. I read it a while ago, but I kind of forgot about it until you reminded me of it.

To be honest I did too. I had to Google "fimfiction mane six try to be villains" to remember the name.

Why do I get the feeling that what Twilight did to Starlight would require this story to be rated M?

Maybe I'm twisted but I imagined Twilight waking up and wondering why the kidnapping happened ahead of time this week, and where's the fuzzy handcuffs she usually gets

Why would Pinkie want to hang out with Trixie? She took her mouth.

This...this is disturbing on sooooo many levels, and I ought to be really appalled by it...

....so why was I in the floor laughing like a hyena??? No, scratch that...a pack of hyenas.


"Hi, Twilight!" Pinkie greeted cheerfully. She stood up on her hind legs, then reached into her mane with a forehoof and pulled out a white handkerchief, then thrust it against Twilight's nose and held it there. "Does this smell like chloroform to you?"

Twilight frowned and inhaled deeply, sniffing the handkerchief. "Yes, Pinkie, tha-" her eyes went wide and her legs gave out from under her. In less than a second, she fell limply to the floor, with her legs splaying out beneath her.

...How the hell was that even successful???! Honestly, Twilight...don't you have any sense?!

Great story!


I really should write a sequel to this. I've hard the start of an idea in mind since about two weeks after I published this, but I've just never gotten around to it.

But the real question is how does Twilight know what chloroform smells like? :duck:

:rainbowlaugh:Absolutely! I would love to see a sequel!!!

And yes...how does Twilight know what it smells like?:rainbowhuh::twilightsmile:

Trixie rubbed Starlight's withers with her hoof in an attempt to cheer her up. "The grrrreat and powerful Trixie! thinks you need to relax. Maybe let loose and have some fun. Trixie knows she would if she were in your place," she replied.

Cap. (Part of her stage name)

Pinkie sat down on her haunches and looked aside in thought. "Maybe the ruins of the castle of the two sisters?" she suggested.

Cap (Proper name of the building).

Starlight ignored them and teleported all four of them to the Castle of the Two Sisters. No sooner than they arrived than was there a crack of lightning from overhead, serving as a foreboding, ominous warning to all of those who sought to challenge and or inhabit the Everfree forest at night.

Cap (name of forest)

That is something that would be fun to know.

Fascinating bit of trivia: we have been lied to about the effects of chloroform. It apparently takes roughly 5 min to knock someone out with it, similar to the various gasses we use for general anesthesia. So if someone does ask if something smells like chloroform you could actually offer your opinion on the scent, the wisdom of doing so is questionable.

That is fascinating! But now I have questions. First, how would one know what chloroform smells like? Second, I'm presuming that it can take so long because the chemical has to enter the bloodstream and travel to the brain in sufficient quantities to result in a knockout. Do you know if this is correct?

Unless you’ve worked with the stuff or were curious enough to go through the advanced chemistry to make a batch it’s unlikely many people would actually know what it smells like. As for the bloodstream, I assume so but am not sure. The article I read mostly focused on the historical uses in anesthesia and why it isn’t used for such any more. Evidently unlike ether it had a great deal of side effects. Drinking any amount is lethal and it can cause respiratory problems if you don’t get enough oxygen with it. Fascinatingly enough it also has a place in the Darwin Awards, as one winner used a rag soaked in the stuff to help his insomnia, he relied on his wife to take the rag away after he had fallen asleep, after a major argument (he had cheated on her if I recall correctly) he went to take a nap and she didn’t remove the rag, claiming she wasn’t aware he was napping.

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