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This story is a sequel to I Hate You, Twilight Sparkle

Idolize; Verb: to revere or love greatly something in excess.

It isn't often someone idolizes someone. Some would call that excessive or premature; especially in today's young culture. To truly idolize someone is hard to come upon when we use the word so freely. People 'idolize' this and that, not truly knowing the gravity of what the word really means; the commitment it entails.

That said, Twilight Sparkle could re-write the entire dictionary in her sleep; fixing all the inconsistencies and mistakes. That is why when she believes she idolizes Fleur de Lis, she isn't just making mountains out of molehills.

Of course everyone adores Fleur. But none so zealously as Twilight Sparkle... So why does Fleur hate her so much?

Still based on Fleur de Lis' clean and burning hatred oozing from "Friendship Games".

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Comments ( 11 )

I'm getting some Deku and Kacchan vibes from this

intriguing no doubt a love and hate relationship

Not an unfair comparison.

Yeeeeah... pretty much.

You’re not wrong. A little heavy on the hate though. Just slightly.

Am I the only one who would love to see this turn into a full-fledged story? Ideally one where they reconcile and start a relationship, but who knows.

I would love to write it. Hah. I bet it would be adorable.

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"Do it. Do it. Do it."

Might be hard finding a cover image, though. Not easy finding one where Fleur isn't dunking on Twilight, after all.

Well you could see if any other Authors know someone who would be willing to make you one. I'm sure someone could point you in the right direction.

about beans and how you could realistically mold them into anything these days.

I see someone's taken a dealve into the dank, dirty, depths of the BCEU. :moustache:

Love the contrast of pov in this sequel

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