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Don't You Just Hate It... · 6:00pm October 4th

...when you get this really good idea for a fan fic--this sort of adventure/mystery sort of tale feature Gallus, Spike, their respective pasts, their presents, and details on certain long-absent family members--but you know, deep down, you really don't have the time to commit to such a project?

Especially when you're me, and are trying (and only kind of succeeding?) to cut back on long-form fanfics? :rainbowlaugh:

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Thank you for favouriting "The Marvelous, Life-Changing Discoveries of Silverstream, the Hippogriff"! :scootangel:

Scyphi added I Thought You'd Never Ask... to Favourites

Glad you enjoyed the prologue! Check back tomorrow for the first chapter. XD

Thanks for the fav! :pinkiehappy:

I was planning on doing a review of your story Grief is the Price We Pay in a blog, and as this is technically the first time I'm doing a review of any kind, would like to know if I need your permission to do so. If not, I understand.

Professor Karma

It's all relative. As you said, they were outside of time, where it couldn't affect them. All that meant was that time ceased interacting with them for a time, and only resumed when they returned again, picking up from where it left off. As a simplified analogy, it's like when you're microwaving a burrito and then stop the microwave before it finished for a certain space of time. When you resume the microwave again, the burrito doesn't suddenly overheat catching up during the lost time it could've spent heating up in-between, now does it?

Another way to look at it is that simply not nearly as much time passed from their perspective while they were in Limbo. That's actually a bit simpler to picture, honestly.

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