• Member Since 14th Oct, 2011
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Your Antagonist

Shut up. Just write.


Silver Spoon awoke one morning only to find that her parents had left without preparing her breakfast. Alone, with a strange voice lurking about and hungry, she must fend for herself. But in a world where an upper-middle class filly lacks sufficient cooking skills, there is only one food that can provide relief. Can Silver Spoon withstand the challenge of: Breakfast Cereal? Dig in to find out!

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Commence read.

Comment: What...? I don't :facehoof: Well that was interesting and strange.

This is where reason comes to die.

Well... thanks for the warning before I took a read through it.
*reads the whole thing*
I'm going to go do something else and forget this ever existed.


Pinkie called. She wants to know where you get your random, and if you are willing to share.
Also, there is now confetti coming out of my cellphone.

Candy... Ravage.... Dude, I just gotta marry your puns.

And where was Mr. Neigh with his tank? when you needed him the most. SILVER SPOON GET SOME NUTS!

Erm... yeah. Also I'd like to commend your attention to detail. This story could have been written in 1k words, but it wouldn't have worked as well without the descriptions. What really hammered the point home was a small tidbit, but I love it how earlier Candy Ravage was headbutting the fridge and in the end you mention the fridge being dented. You know, just perfect.

I wanted to be surprised by this... but then I remembered you write a story about hairy russians in equestria. So yeah... hiliarious...

Still more logical than Chemistry.

1497396...and math combined.



Looks interesting.

Will read later.

Ha ha ha ha! Candy Ravage... My god. Little Ladle, Bronze Spork, just fantastic. Loved it.

Please keep writing, I'll keep reading!

1497901 Today my teacher literally said "the reason why this is, is because the guy who came up wih it must have been smoking something good".

That was awesome. Maybe a sequel with Lyra "The Hitmare" Heartstrings or C.M. Pinkie Pie? :derpytongue2:

1498767 Your teacher read this?

silver spoon is an indirect badass ftw!

dafuq is this... DAMN YOU ANTAGONIST! *barrels rolls out window*

Wohoooaah!!! Some badass teacher you got there! :rainbowderp:

Either this or he was referring to math or chemistry. :derpytongue2:


"This is where reason comes to die."

I am a fool... I should have listened... :ajsleepy: There is no hope for me now...



That was weird. Very, very weird. But interesting and pretty funny. Sooo...

Yeah, I've kind of run out of things to say that would be proper in describing this story.


This is where reason comes to die.

Why does this sound like something Evil Homer would say about a bad fic? :rainbowlaugh: Seriously though, this looks good. Definitely gonna give it a read.


Seriously, this shit is hilarious. Please, make MOAR!!!!

1497019 Look, I'm sure you thought you were being ironically hilarious, but put your ego to the side for a second while I break this down for you barney style right quick: This isn't what you thought it was. I'm sure that in all the half a year you've been on this site you think you've seen everything, from the popular overused tropes (which I'm positive you thought this was), to the crappy spin-off fictions but baby, you ain't seen nothin' if you ain't looking in to the mind of a bi-polar weirdy, which I'm offering you here. Canst thou look beyond the cover to gaze upon madness?

Your Antagonist

1509162 Oh, I read it. I always do. It was nice.

Even Equestria has the Kool-Aid Man. That is frightening.

This is an absolutely delightful bit of madness. Thank you for this.

I'm pretty sure he's just mentioning the fact that silly/random/nonsensical stories tend to get instant feature box on this site. Rather annoying if you ask me.

Randy Savage AND Kool-Aid?


This just kinda made my day. It takes a bizarre concept and commits to it so well that gets over the dreaded hump of "Oh, look, another stupid 'random' story". You could have easily ruined this little gem if you'd tried to make it snarky and ironic. My thanks and congratulations for not doing that.

Also, dat ending :rainbowlaugh:

Hell to the Yeah.

My average sized human, my average sized human...

I really should have looked at who wrote this before I went in. Then I might have been ready. As it was, I stood no chance. The madness has me... :pinkiecrazy:

I think I just read a Saturday morning cartoon.
Or a commercial during Saturday morning cartoons. :twilightoops:
Either way this is so ridiculously random, it's funny. :derpytongue2:

I'm not sure what to think of this story.
On a randomness scale of 1 to 10, this gets a Pinkie Pie.

“No need, Little Spoon! Watch this!” The minotaur reached behind himself and produced a block of steel. He slammed the block repeatedly against the kitchen floor until, through some miracle of physics and precision, he held up a crude and horribly bent ladle. “Here ya go, kid.” The minotaur tossed the mangled utensil into Silver Spoon’s cereal.

I think that's when my brain just gave up and stopped functioning entirely. This story was funny and well-written but... I don't even know... How the heck did you come up with this?! I've read tons of random comedy stories, but this one takes the cake... er, cereal. What did I just read and why did I like it so much?


I just...don't know...

Poor Silver Spoon, finding herself suddenly caught in a breakfast commercial.
I liked this a lot. Just the right amount of ridiculousness to satisfy my brain.:pinkiehappy:


:unsuresweetie: Naw, really? :facehoof:

This was hilariously random! Not entirely sure what happened, but it was funny! :rainbowlaugh:

And here I thought the story would be about the difficulties a pony has using a spoon. Regardless, it was a good story and it kept me entertained the whole way through.

Wow. Just wow. I don't even know....:pinkiecrazy:

1525320 Wonder if that's a Minotaur thing.

I see he broadened his horizons past Slim Jims.

Now I wanna seek Pinkie in a Mankind mask. :pinkiecrazy:


this was ... bizarre. i'm okay with that


Funny thing, that was my first thought before I even read the thing. Now that I've read it, it's all the more appropriate.

Anyway, this was a... rather bizarre roller-coaster ride. I won't say I loved it, but it was somewhat entertaining.

My drain has been bamaged.

You also could have made the story start out like, "keep calm. Do not turn around, and proceed towards the cereal box", or something like that.

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