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More of an Equestria Enthusiast, but glad to be here.


Twilight's new delegate exchange means Applejack and Pinkie Pie are left in Ponyville to greet the visiting delegate. Unfortunately for them, the Whinnyapolis delegate comes bearing gifts - warm, caffeinated gifts.

Written as a gift for RubyDubious. Also a part of the Quills and Sofas Speedwriting Plain Jane speedwrite, where it was finished in an hour.

A thank you to Silent Whisper, themoontonite, Seer, wishcometrue, Shaslan, Knox Locke, Zontan, Flashgen, _Moonshot, Vis-a-Viscera, Snow Quill, and The Red Parade, as well as some others for proofreading and editing before publishing.

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I knew this was a story of your usual quality, that being natural feeling and overall fun! What I didn't know was that you dedicated it to me! I enjoyed it when I read it in the contest, and I enjoyed looking through it again now! Your characterization of March was really well done, and grounded the story that had a Pinkie so hyper she ran to Manehatten, got coffee and came back! Some will say that this is overdoing it, or a bit much, but I would say not. The show has all kinds of hijinx meeting or exceeding this. Remember when Pinkie slid all the way back to Ponyville from Yakyakistan? So it's in line with the show's usual degree of antics. And I bring up the show to say this: Your work always feels like something that could be in the show. It's light, it's charming, it's funny and it's cozy, all while not overstaying its welcome on any of these. You're a talented writer and a better friend! I wish you success and hope for myself too that things look up. Thank you, Bill! Really!

Fun story

Never give Pinkie Pie drinkable bean soup in a cup, especially not the kind that juices you up.

I remember what happened to Hammy... and that was just an energy drink.

Lazy repost of my original comment

daww. Ya know, I'll be honest, I don't like Pinkie Pie. like, at all. But, you managed to make her likeable to me in this story so massive thumbs up dude. Fun to read with great dialogue and characterizations. Also, supportive Bon Bon was amazing. (Also super nice you dedicated this ^~^)

Hi, I’m from Minnesota and I just wanted to be the first to tell you that, although most of us don’t talk or act like that, we do like coffee :rainbowlaugh: good job on this story!

As a guy that lives near Fargo; only the fewest of us speak like that. Most are very articulate and follow grammatical rules because of our better than average English class; probably to fight that dialect! Lol

Nicely done, as always.

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