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Love is Confusing: Part 2 of 2Friendship is Magic; Love is Confusing
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Part Two of Two
Pinkie Pie was grinning from ear to ear as she bounced excitedly in her room within Sugarcube Corner. Twilight Sparkle was taking her on a date. She had never been on a real date before, but it sounded super fun, especially since it was Twilight and she was such a great pony. Pinkie just couldn't wait.
Suddenly, Pinkie decided she was hungry. Her head bouncing from side to side, she left her room and went downstairs. She saw some tasty looking pink cupcakes resting on a tray on a table. She threw three of them in her mouth all at once and gulped them down with a smile. They were super delicious. Pinkie's whole body quivered as she enjoyed the amazing flavor.
"Enjoying yourself, Pinkie?" Mrs. Cake, who was standing nearby, asked with an awkward laugh as she watched the pink pony. Pinkie glanced at her.
"Yep, yep! These are super tasty!" Pinkie cheered, bouncing toward her caretaker.
"That's nice, dearie..." said the older mar
Like an Unexpected Song (part 3 of 4)Chapter 5
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It was the perfect plan.
At least, that was what Rarity had told her. But then, Rarity knew so much more than Pinkie did about high society and complicated interpersonal relationships and romance and stuff like that. Besides, Rarity was her friend and wanted what was best for her. So Pinkie Pie figured it was probably best to just listen to what Rarity said she ought to do.
If Pinkie was being honest, though, as honest as Applejack--or, well, as honest as Applejack on a good day--she had to admit that a few lingering doubts tickled at the back of her mind.
Pinkie sighed softly at that thought, as she carefully arranged hors d'oeuvres on a silver platter in the kitchen of Sugarcube Corner. The engagement party was tomorrow afternoon, and she wanted to get as much done the day before as possible. Because the party tomorrow, it had to be perfect, absolutely perfect.
Because the party was going to be the first time that Pinkie would see Twilight since
since not long after
Like an Unexpected Song (part 2 of 4)Chapter 3
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Twilight Sparkle awoke to the twin unpleasantries of a splitting headache and a mouth that tasted like death warmed over. She kept her eyes firmly shut, though, almost as though she could stave off the day if only she didn't have to see the sun's morning rays. But then, just as her headache reached the point where she decided she'd have to venture to the kitchen for some nice, soothing tea, a loud bang sounded from somewhere down below. Instantly Twilight's eyes flew open in dismay.
After all, she was a librarian. She knew the unmistakable and unforgivable sound of a book being dropped when she heard it.
With a heavy groan, the unicorn stumbled out of bed. She glanced around her loft but didn't spot anything amiss or see anyone except for her still-slumbering assistant. She tried to fight back a frown but quickly lost the battle.
Except for Spike, she was alone in her bedroom.
But that was all right. That was
fine, really. It was, in fact, precisely how it had always b