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Call me Prince Procrastination.

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Soarin asks to meet Rarity’s parents – naturally, Rarity would rather die.

And as the horrid day continues on its merry way, you'll find that there are no good guys here; just lessons to unlearn and battles to choose.


Slight crack, so the characters do come with a grain of salt.

(Also you'll notice I had to edit the coverart because Soarinxanypony is harder to find than I initially thought. Original art is linked)

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As Rarity’s days pass her by, all she has to show for them is small town coffee, slow corporate Wi-Fi, and a distant hope for inspiration.

But change paces about slow and unsteady, and Rarity – well, Rarity’s hardly ever been the patient type.


A three-part narrative, brought to you by the next three days of your life.

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As often following a break up, Sunset starts repeating days; as often following Sunset, it's never as simple as that.

And, finally, the day that never ends is yesterday. The girl who left learns to move on.

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The Windigos, tempestuous and starving, tower over Sunset and the girls in a staring contest for the town surrounding them.

And willingly does Sunset blink.

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But real life doesn’t have endings like movies do; real life doesn’t give you neatly tied ends and closure upon a steady build up. Sometimes, it just ends.

And you just have to go along with it, because it’s going to go on without you.

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To Rarity, spring always feels like the the worst part of the movie. Rainbow doesn’t get it, and so she doesn’t like it.

That’s why today finds them in a 1979 Cadillac on the road going nowhere.

Well, sort of.


Alternatively: unwound in a fake car on a freeway that’s the same as all the others, like in every other low budget movie you’ve seen on that odd movie channel

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It doesn't take a mountain to move a person.

But Rarity’s always been a bad judge of things. And kind of extra about stuff. And a bit of a slut, in a good way.


Additionally: Things are sometimes what they seem.

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Rarity and Rainbow Dash pose as Sweetie Belle’s parents in the age-old story of I-can’t-let-my-parents-talk-to-my-teacher-they’ll-ground-me-for-life.

But things, of course, get worse in the not-so-sensible way before they get better – the good better.


Up ahead: Shenanigans of the Less Sensible Variety; Things, Just Things; Something Heartfelt, Hopefully.

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Sometimes, when you fall out of love, you fall face flat. Sunset makes the most of it.

And it’s a slow afternoon when Twilight decides to join her.


Warning: [Rated T For Language]

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Procrastination isn’t too much of a problem until it’s got you doing Secret Santa on New Years – or later, knowing the girls’ luck.

It all starts with a cup of tea.


Alt. Title: Holidays, But Things Get Out Of Hands Because What Else Could You Expect Out Of This Group Of Lovable Dumb-Dumbs?

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