Catching Butterflies Chapter 3Catching Butterflies Chapter 32 years ago in Short Stories
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Rarity wordlessly stared at the white unicorn with the electric blue mane. Her judging eyes scanned the pony, taking mental note of every flaw she saw, noticing how her mane was disorganized, how her cheeks were filled with food in a most improper way, and most of all, how she acted like none of this was a big deal in an establishment such as this. However, the analytical fashion designer did notice redeeming factor: her dress was absolutely stunning and elegant. The piece flowed so brilliantly she was surprised it wasn't something of her creation.
"So are you just going to stand there or are you going to take my order?"
Rarity quickly snapped out of her trance. "I'm sorry, what?"
"Alright, I'll have the pork."
Rarity continued to stare at her as Fluttershy shrank back a little bit. The mare burst out lauging.
"Oh come on! Why don't carnivorous jokes ever go over well with you people? It's like you guys have no sense of humor, sheesh. Anyway, I would like a large dinner platter for two
Horrific TragedyToday, something horrific happened earlier. Some of you might have already know this but for those who still don't since its been all over the news since the morning. On Friday December 14, 2012 in Newtown Connecticut, a gunman in which was identified as Adam Lanza, went to the school named Sandy Hook Elementary, went to a classroom, fired and killed 20 children, killed 6 adults, his mother and finally himself. His mother was first to die.Horrific Tragedy2 years ago in Personal
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Investigators are saying that he killed his mother first, took her car along with 3 guns in which the mother purchases, went to the school and began his senseless rampage. But others are saying that he went to the school fully loaded and armored, went to the school, shot his mother and killed the students and went to the office, killed 6 adults, including the principle and finally himself.
The students were between the ages of 5-10, Pre-K and 4th grade. It...was unfair. The fucked up part was that it was two weeks away from Christmas, they were all h