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The RPGenius


I guess I must like Ponies.

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Pinkie Pie wants some apple strudel, and by Celestia, she's gonna get it!

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slapsticky.....

So many adjectives....

good read

I was amused the entire time.

It's a pretty good cartoony and respectful fic. Totally worth the read, and I will probably read it again someday.

I posted a Zamzar Text-to-Speech conversion MP3 here. If you want me to remove it, just let me know and I'll do so.

Loved this off-site, also love it on-site. Can still see it being an episode.

I'm on a low-carb diet and I despise you for that second paragraph. :twilightangry2:

This is also a very funny fic, though. :pinkiehappy:

Oh, I'd entirely forgotten about this little gem of comedy. :pinkiesad2:
Thankfully, a fellow brony reminded me of this, so I could read it again. :pinkiegasp:
It's a barrel of laughs! :pinkiehappy:

A very well-written Pinkie Pie. I had a lot of mental images from the TV-series adaption of this fic? Wait. You mean to say that there isn't one? That's just plain wrong!

HOW HAVE I MISSED THE FACT THAT THIS WAS ON THE SITE FOR SO LONG?! :pinkiegasp:

No seriously. This is still one of my top favorite fanfictions that has ever been written in this fandom ever since it first showed up back when Season 1 was still going. It's still the best written I've ever seen Pinkie Pie written and still perhaps the funnies fic I've read in this fandom. :pinkiehappy:

Sorry that it took so long for me to find/fave it. I honestly didn't know it made it on the site. :ajsleepy:

It is a crime that this doesn't have more likes/faves. :twilightangry2:

Both original story and translation are simply great! Reading both versions was pure pleasure. Write some more :D

This has been one of my favorite fics since the early days of the fandom. While I don't speak Polish it was a pleasure to have it show up on the front page of my favorites again. Thanks again so much for writing this. I hope to read other stuff from you in the future but I understand if you don't want to write ponies anymore.

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This has been one of my favorite fics since the early days of the fandom.

Same here. This was actually the first story I ever read.

Now I can read this and pretend I understand Polish! :twilightsmile:

4467092
Believe it or not, I actually AM still writing Pony. I've been working on a multi-chapter 60% shipping, 40% slice-of-life fic for ages now, but I only wanted to put it up once it's done--and considering how slowly I write, who knows when that will be. I'm hoping to have it done before or early into Season 5, but even that's probably an overly optimistic estimate. Still, I didn't just vanish completely after this story, and I'll be back at some point or other.

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Wow! I'm really excited to hear that! :pinkiehappy: I hope I get to read it sooner rather than later. It's great to hear you're still active!

Ponyville was not tiny, but it didn’t figure in the life and events of Equestria in any large way. Aside from Celestia’s recently more frequent interest in the town (which was only because of Twilight Sparkle’s residence there), there was not much to Ponyville that drew any of the rest of Equestria’s attentions. Canterlot and Manehattan were the big cities, Appleloosa was the up-and-comer, Cloudsdale created and managed the weather and held flying competitions, and so on. There were many locations in Equestria that garnered attention and fame, but Ponyville was one of countless smaller towns largely ignored by the rest of the pony populace. But if it had been famous for anything, it would have been for Sweet Apple Acres’ magnificent apple orchard.

As a rule, members of the Apple family were some of the most skilled and dedicated farmers in all of Equestria. They had an innate talent for coaxing life from the ground and pushing it to thrive, they were strong and industrious workers, and they had a love for their lot in life like few other ponies, one that rode double with a love for the animals and plants under their care, a love so nurturing and adoring that the ponies might well have called themselves mothers and fathers to their trees, cows, pigs, and whatever else they reared on their ranches and farms. As a result, apple crops all across the land were robust and reliable, one of the biggest sources of food--perhaps THE biggest--for ponies everywhere, and almost unarguably the most delicious.

And of all the Apple family orchards and crops, the one tended to by Applejack and Big Macintosh just outside Ponyville was one of the greatest. From the eyes of any pegasus that might happen by, the visually impenetrable foliage of treetops formed with their close-knit masses a vibrant sea of green, its waves the swaying of branches in the wind, its flotsam the gently bobbing apples scattered across its deciduous crests in innumerable quantity. From the eyes of an earth pony or unicorn, it was an unending mob of stout bark-clad towers rising steadily, yet never uniformly, up from the soil, with each member culminating at its top in an expanding mass of green that mingled and merged with every other, providing a natural roof over the head of anypony below it. Whether practical or aesthetic, this orchard was extraordinary from any perspective.

Pinkie Pie, of course, didn’t give a hoot about all that. She just wanted apples. I just threw in that description there because I thought it sounded nice, and because somebody ought to appreciate the scenery, since she didn’t.

Is it bad that I largely skipped the description too? I wanted to get along with the story, no offense, and I guess (rather like Pinkie) I didn't "give a hoot" either. :twilightsheepish:

This was funny! And now, I need some strudel...

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