MLP: Pupa-chanMore Like This
Princess Pupa was sat in her chair outside in the gardens, placed right underneath a tall, beautiful cherry blossom tree and overlooking the ornamental koi pond. She was dressed up in a soft lilac kimono and a thick, warm blanket placed over her forelegs. One of her younger nannies knelt behind her chair, using her horn to levitate and brush her gossamer mane.
The princess felt very gloomy that day. She didn't like her mother's dacha, not this one all the way in the east of the kingdom. There was nothing outside but trees and mountains scraping the skies. She wanted so badly to go back to their grand palace in the enormous capital
My Little Spongebob-Mid-Life Alicorn[Princess Celestia wakes up in her hammock in her bedroom. The radio clicks on]More Like This
Vinyl Scratch: You've got it tuned to K-O-L-D, K-Old, your all-oldies station. Here's a little something you may remember from the good old days.
♪You're old... Groaning like a geezer♪ [Princess Celestia opens her eyes, which are crusty] ♪Hear yourself a-crackin' like an old has-been♪ [gets out of bed with all her joints cracking when she moves] ♪Look at yourself, old mare, you've got multiple chins♪ [looking in her bathroom mirror. She pulls down her necklace to show a bunch of chins] ♪'Cause you're old...♪ [scen
Crusaders With Nuts*The Crusaders sitting in a mailbox as Derpy comes up and opens the mailbox*More Like This
Crusaders: Hi mailmare!
*Derpy screams and runs as she drops the mail by the mailbox*
Applebloom: Okay, see you tomorrow!
Scootaloo: Hey, the mail's here. What did you get?
Applebloom: Let's see...Big Mac, Big Mac, Winona, Big Mac, Big Mac, Big Mac... *throws the mail behind her* Hey, a magazine. That's funny. Ah don't remember subscribin' to 'Fancy Living Digest'.
*They look inside the magazine*
Applebloom: Look at these fancy depictions of a higher standard of livin'. This pony's so rich, he's got a swimmin' pool in his swimmin' pool.
How to Win an ArgumentEveryone gets into arguments at some point in their life. Electronic communication receptacles are no exception. If anything, one is more -likely- to find that it is easier to become embroiled in an online argument than anything else.More Like This
1. CAP THAT If there's one sure-fire way to make a point stronger, it's typing in ALL CAPS. Considering that there are many instances when sound can't travel over the net, one must find the next best available way to be heard. This "next best" way is through "shouting," which just happens to be done online through typing in CAPS. Just like screaming, shouting, and general tantrum-throwing in real life, this met
How to Comment on dA1. LOL Subjective If you don't like something, even if the person put time, effort, and thought into it, it isn't art. To further assert this truth, be sure to go to the person's deviation and/or main page to tell them that you think their work isn't art because you don't like it.More Like This
2. Hydra Stuck in an argument? Feel like you're losing or the other person is making points that are too logical for you to even attempt to debate against just fucking silly to you? Re-jump into the same argument using a double account. Two heads are better than one, right? So two accounts must make your side all the more valid. If you can make an account where no