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Innuendo

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By DLowell   |   
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© 2018 - 2020 DLowell

Commission for greatandpowerfulfan

A reimagining of a scene from the Forgotten Friendship short.

Twilight: “I’ve read all of the books in the Canterlot library.”

Celestia: “Not the ones from the restricted section”


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KingCamelot1416Student Traditional Artist
Hey Twilight, while you're at it, do you think you could look up a book about Nicolas Flamel and his creation of the Sorcerer's Stone? Every book I tried screamed at me at the top of it's lungs (If books have lungs). Oh, gotta go, Filch is coming! (disappears under the Invisibility Cloak) 
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I actually took a screenshot from the short at random, and I think it is a reasonable continuation of this pic.
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Ohh...my
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Haha, good interpretation dude :D
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oohhhhhhh...
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meiyeezhuHobbyist Traditional Artist
So many potential clopfic ideas!!
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:)
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FACT: "Innuendo" comes from the Italian word for "suppository."
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Etymology: "mid 16th century (as an adverb in the sense ‘that is to say, to wit,’ used in legal documents to introduce an explanation): Latin, ‘by nodding at, by pointing to,’ ablative gerund of innuere, from in- ‘toward’ + nuere ‘to nod.’ The noun dates from the late 17th century."

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I'm sorry but that's wrong. To prove my case, imagine an Italian proctologist's responds when asked, "Where is that endoscope going, doc?"
I believe you'll find that the response is "Innuendo!"
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To Canterlot's credit, they keep their Restricted Section under a hell of a lot better control than Hogwarts does~
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Though they make the mistake of not keeping the time travel spells in there.
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Apparently "Time Travel" is not a restricted category~😋
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