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As the daylight fades away, Twilight is faced with the ultimate decision. In front of her is a friend, behind her is the past, and in the middle is she, the mistress of magic. And now, all she has to do is make the ultimate decision.

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Comment posted by Regidar deleted Oct 6th, 2013

Mother fucker never did get his tree fiddy

Uhhh....what just happened..? :rainbowhuh:


Only TheOnly could create something as beautiful as what I have just seen.

Ha. Didn't see that coming.


That made perfect sense.

How I have missed your stories! :rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh:

Good to see you're back.

That was random, and now I have the urge to go watch South Park.

I've been using this particular image a bit too much lately, but I think I'll use it again.


At first I was about to cry, then you dropped the tactical WTF nuke and blew all sadness into pure, joyous mirth. Seriously, this is awesome. Going to go read more of your stuff now.

All hail the magical Liopleuridon! :derpyderp2:

She's a reptile? Spike can totally bang her now without it being weird!

Expecting to cry while remembering this,

Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.

Instead, sees the Lock Ness Monster..... God damn loch ness monster, I ain't given you no tree fiddy!


1506073 I'm on a break.

:facehoof: I thought this was going to be a sad story.

Umm.... What? :facehoof:

And suddenly South Park. I was actually wondering where the other four (technically five... or six... or- oh screw it!), but with an ending like that, who cares?


Oh dear, haha! This was so unexpected, thanks for shining some comedy onto this evening of reading sad/dark or tragedy stories.

This truly spoke to my random sense of comedy, and .. :rainbowlaugh:
HAHA, sigh, Ive really got to get some sleep.

Btw, isnt that closing line from something like South Park or anything like that? ^^

OH WHAT THE FUCK. :pinkiegasp:

I hate you. I was going to point out the grammar mistakes in the story and give some criticism because I thought it had potential, but... just.... buck you.

Well done. :trollestia:

I..I don't know what I should feel.

Ok, I had to read this again. This was too good.

Also, it made my "Best Comedies" Gallery on my page! :pinkiehappy: Seriously, this was fucking gold!

tehnoly, y u do dis 2 mai sides

You only write these things because they're true. :ajsmug:


My God...
I think I just broke my laugh box.

Another piece of genius from TheOnly, true greatness is upon us.

This is strange.
But I like it.
...though what in the hay just happened?

dat ending :applejackconfused::applejackconfused::applejackconfused:

"Nature's first green is gold
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay. "
-Robert Frost, Nothing Gold Can Stay

I know and love this poem by heart. This story, though... It has nothing to do with this...

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I always half-dread reading a sadfic, because although it may be well written, it makes me... well, sad. This fixes that. Just awesome.

Although I think in "a mare whom was called 'Rarity'" should actually use "who" rather than "whom." As a comparison, "who" and "she" are both subjects, whereas "whom" and "her" are objects. If you replace the subject here with "she" it makes "she was called 'Rarity'," which makes sense. "Her was called 'Rarity'" does not. "Was called" is in the passive voice in this case, meaning that the action is being performed on the subject, but the subject is still a subject. This sort of thing really only comes up in English when it comes to pronouns; you have to deal with it all the time with some other languages such as Latin.

At first I was like :fluttercry:
But then I went :rainbowhuh:

i cried.:fluttercry::fluttercry:

FROM LAUGHING SO MUCH!:rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh::rainbowlaugh:

Mindsplosion. Kudos. :rainbowlaugh:
The sheer lack of a random tag totally had me thrown for an unexpected loop....

God damn Loch Ness Monsters. Bastards are always pestering you for money.

What? Robert Frost what? Outsiders reference what? What? Loch Ness monster? What? What? What? What?

You and Fiddlebottoms are the same in the way that you seem to reach a certain point in a story where you realize you're seemingly taking something seriously then just think: "Holy shit! This won't do! Quick put something random and stupid in!!"

1940836 Story was meant to do that from the beginning, was never serious

Keyword in that statement was "seem". I know you plan to make it silly from square one, it just looks like you're taking a serious route.

1942077 True trollery is done best when a serious story precedes it.

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