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I thought you said weast...


This story is a sequel to An Audience of One

As one of the more popular guys in school, you've always been used to having lots of friends all the time. Interested in a new girlfriend, and being swarmed by girls after winning the musical showcase, you're waiting for "the one" to jump out at your heart, since your last couple girlfriends had selfish intentions to boost their reputations by dating you.

Your world is turned upside-down when you accidentally bump into a girl whom you've never seen before. Somehow, she knows you, but says she's used to being ignored and forgotten. Even more staggering, she seems to be immune to your usual charm. She seems to be a cold, steel wall that you can't get through.

Who is she? And, of all the cute girls at CHS, why are you suddenly so interested in her?

9th installment of the The Cute, the Fluffy, and Romantic

WARNING: May contain lots of fluff

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Comments ( 22 )

How is it that everything you write is so relatable? I could feel the pain of both characters all the way through, but the joy at the end was indescribable.

Bruh did you just advertise your game on a random story, that's just jacked up bro.

Also Nordyrd, super good story and a really accurate portayl of Wallflower, any hopes for more of these? Kinda binge read all of them... I dont have a problem.

It's scary to think that Wallflower could get away with ANYTHING in the school, if she's truly invisible and no one remembers her...:twilightoops:

The more you upload, the more this website feels even more amazing and somewhat nostalgic. Amazing story!


A wallflower by any other name would smell just as sweet.


Somebody had to say it.


I'll go to my corner now.

Very good job as usual. And I'm glad that Wallflower didn't prove to be an easy nut to crack. Issues like the ones she had aren't solved overnight. And can't so many of us relate to Wallflower. My problem back in the day wasn't being invisible, but being noticed for all the wrong reasons. And unfortunately, by the time I solved that issue, I had missed out on a lot of social interaction experience, an issue that still lingers today, and may haunt Wallflower too. Glad you took another shot at the cute and fluffy. And don't apologize for doing it. If the inspiration is there, go for it.

Well, isn't that always the risk when one comments. And I'll admit that even the personal analogy I made was probably way off the mark, in many ways comparing apples to oranges. It's a issue that I sometimes have, and I'm sure that I'm not alone. I'll try harder next time.

Oh hell...my bad. I guess that I was concerned about whether my comment actually made sense, so I just assumed the worst. And we all know what can happen when you assume. My apologies to you for the confusion. I guess my glass half empty side was in control that day.

I'm trying to do make a aduio drama of A Cupcake for your Thoughts base on your fanfic

Hey, man. Did you know that you published this story a day after my 20th birthday? How crazy is that?

I can definitely sympathize with Wallflower's situation, and I'm not going to elaborate further here.

Fantastic story, and glad to see this series continue.

Wow~~~ I must say that it was INCREDIBLY CUTE :raritystarry: :heart: :heart: :heart:
Very good job 👍

Starlight, Star Bright; I know which one you should do next tonight. 😉😉😉

You'll Know Who...

That was very sweet and a little tear-jerking as well as heartwarming. :twilightsmile: I really like Wallflower too, and it's great to see a story like this! Please continue to do this series as I've enjoyed every one of them! :pinkiehappy:

Dis be some damn cute shit. Well done with this.

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