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  1. ^Title Generally I'd say forum posts and such count (I guess) but one's history of posting or social media doesn't amount to much of a cohesive storyline. That is, unless you can really read between the lines. Fan fiction also counts.The way I see it, "If you write, you're a writer." None of this "you gotta make money" gatekeeping malarky. If you do write stuff, what have you written? What are you most proud of? Anything you want to share?
  2. Stories that are embarrassing Share all your embarrassing school stories here^ Just remember that was like ALOT of years ago You can also see if you relate to other ponies RULES!!! No laughing at stories No spamming Stay with the subject _______________________________________________________________________________________ Hope you enjoy!
  3. I got bucked off of my horse and kicked by her as we ended a gallop. As you can imagine I flew a bit, or felt like I did anyways. I was in a daze for a bit. Ended up having to go to the hospital where I found out I had a broken collar bone. Funny enough it did not really hurt at first, but got much worse later on. I had to get 30 stitches too, and I got my shirt ruined as well. That was a few years ago and I am fine now, and I am still riding the same horse.
  4. I just live in a one story house...technically two story if you count the attic. I miss having my bedroom up where I could look out, though. What about all of you?
  5. Okay, there's a pet thread about what pets you own, but I haven't seen one on strange things/quirks/habits your pets do! Like my hedgehog loves metal. If I am wearing my rings while handling him, he'll bite me trying to get them, but if I take them off and he can get at them, he'll take it, put it under his body, and huff at me telling me "this is mine." Or my one crazy cat. If we have company over, he doesn't want anything to do with the company and instead sits in an adjacent room staring at everything. If I happen to leave the room company is in, he'll follow me and will begin "talking" to me in an urgent manner...But then as soon as I go back to the main room, he'll quietly go back to his area of observation and won't make a peep.
  6. Are there any stories about orphans and buried treasure, besides Treasure Island?
  7. Hey everypony! Hope y'all are well. Alright, so here's an interesting topic: Embarrassing stories from school. What is the most embarrassing thing to happen to y'all during school? I'll go first, if you like. I've always been a MASSIVE nerd. Especially at primary school. Because I had no problem showing off whatsoever. I decided to teach the class about making games using this terrible 3D sandbox game, it was a bit like minecraft but not with blocks. I stood at the front of the class, all ready to show the bored students of Yr5's something unneccesary. I was also extremely nervous, so much that I was shaking. I fumbled with a pen for a while, trying to write on the board. My handwriting looked awful and pretty much everyone was already laughing. They hadnt seen anything yet! Things pretty much went wrong most for most of the so called lesson, until disaster struck. I felt very strange, and uncomfortable. I started fidgeting loads and I had no idea what was going on, until this kid called Brandon decided to shout and point at the top of his voice: "Look everyone! Jack's peed his pants!" Ahh. That would be it. The entire classroom fell silent for a moment, and every eye was on me. For someone with social anxiety, I would have had a heart attack. Luckily I had no such thing back in the day, so I didn't die. Instead my face looked like a burning tomato and my eyes slowly began to feel like they would literally explode. After the brief, painful moment of silence, the room exploded with laughter. Okay, that's enough. Now that I actually do have Social Anxiety, this is bringing back too many memories. I'm still in high school, so it really wasn't that long ago. Ramble away everypony! Lets celebrate the most memorable catastrophes of school life!
  8. Ever since the World Cup ended, I have lurked around the forums in relative peace when I thought to myself... MLP Forums is not only a place where bronies of all kinds chat with each other. It is also a place where friendships are planted and grown into new heights. This thread is the place where you can share all your favourite stories and memories that you shared with friends on MLP Forums. I myself have many to share, but I would love to hear your stories as well! Below you'll see the template I have ready for you guys to write your stories! I'll use one of my stories as an example. Member: The story: It was last year when DJ and I first met. I was just browsing the "Christian Brony" thread on Sugarcuebe Corner when I found out a member who was a Presbyterian. I decided to shoot him a PM just to see what he was like, and that's how we got talking. But really, the awesomest memory that I got from him was that he was the one who introduced me to roleplaying in the first place! It was out of the blue when he asked whether I had heard of roleplaying, to which I said I didn't. It was then that he showed me just how awesome roleplaying was! That was especially because of all the potential there was in creating your own character and letting him interact with the rest of Equestria and with other characters... Even though it was just a friendly invitation, it was one that led me into a whole new world filled with so many other members... It was actually the basis of many more friendships to come, one of which I may talk about should this thread kick off... We even managed to complete our very first RP together, called A Tropical Odyssey. It would be an RP that made me that much more involved with the forums as a whole. Finally, everypony's welcome here, even couples! Share to us a story about how MLPF has helped you see the magic of friendship!
  9. Does anyone have any urban legends from their own country that they’d like to share? They can be scary, funny, stupidly mundane, etc. As someone who’s training to be a psychologist, I find things like these to be interesting, and it gives me an insight into how the people of the country think (eg. what they find to be frightening/funny compared to other countries). I’ll begin with an urban legend from my own country just to get things started. If the thread takes off, I’ll share more. The urban legend that I’ll talk about is a well-known one that comes from my own country of Northern Ireland (different from Ireland, I assure you). I attend a university called Queen’s University in Belfast, and the university has several buildings. For example, there’s the main Lanyon Building, the Teaching and Learning Centre, etc. The buildings that I’ll be talking about are the David Keir Building (DKB) and the Ashby Building. Across from the DKB, there is a graveyard known as the Friar’s Bush Graveyard. The graveyard is the site of a mass grave filled with bodies from a cholera epidemic, to the point where a mound can be seen in the centre. Those who approach this mound are said to experience the sensation of hands touching them and clawing at their clothes. Now, beneath the DKB, there is a maintenance tunnel. This tunnel stretches from the DKB to the nearby Ashby Building, and it runs adjacent to the graveyard. To this day, there is not a single staff member in that university who will willingly go down into that tunnel alone, and many absolutely refuse to. Those who have been down there attest to the fact that the tunnel, in some areas, becomes unnaturally cold. Voices can be heard, things can be seen, and perhaps most compellingly, the same sensations of the hands that can be experienced in the graveyard can be experienced in the maintenance tunnel. As for what the people saw down there, nobody knows. I personally don’t believe in ghosts, but I have to wonder what they saw, or what they thought they saw, that was so traumatising that they refuse to speak about it.
  10. What horrible books/stories made by humans could we give to Twilight just to troll her? She will read them, but hate them. Note: even horrible fan fiction.
  11. Have you ever had a moment where you accidentally posted something pony-related where you didn't want to? I recently had one; I linked a thread from this forum to what I thought was a friend's DM on Discord to discuss it, but was actually my friend server. Most of the people in that server aren't aware of the FiM fandom or that I'm involved in it, and the thread was of a slightly weird nature from an outsider perspective. The only thing I could do was promptly delete the message and hope no one noticed.
  12. Have you ever had bad shopping experiences? Like at a grocery store or mall??? If so, tell us your stories! Maybe someone will have the same experience as you? One of my stories: It was around BlackFriday this year and my mom and I decided to go to Wal-Mart a few days before the big BF antics start. A lot of things were on sale so at first we though we would get some good stuff. Boy, were we WRONG. Almost every good product was either sold out or broken because people fought over them. Not only that, everyone around us kept running into each other being really rude. The worst part was that it was really hard to escape the madness! Every time we tried to leave certain areas, people would crowd around and block our way out. We FINALLY made it out with nothing but a few rolls of toilet paper and a few pens.
  13. Note: Credit to @A.V. for linking to the trope on the EQD Forums several months ago, eventually leading me to inspiration for this thread. This thread is also connected to two other threads I created a while ago. One of S5's biggest strengths (aside from using the mane character's strengths to dominate the story at time) is telling a really mature story. When done right, it pulls no punches and tells a really compelling story with often mature and gray morals. S7 follows up that level of maturity in many episodes, too, but also adds another important element into it: not dominating one side of the conflict. Named "Both Sides Have a Point" on TV Tropes, several episodes present the audience both sides of the story and expanded upon that. Examples include: Parental Glideance: Windy and Bow sometimes act really hyper and get to the point of sometimes embarrassing Dash by accident. Can it get overbearing? Depends on your perspective. However, Scootaloo doesn't have parents around her all the time and dreams of having parents like them, because she feels neglected back home and doesn't have parents that stick around and really appreciate her. So, was Dash justified to feel upset at them for crossing the line? Yes. Was she justified to suggest disownment of them because they embarrass her? No! She really crossed a major line and showed a lack of appreciation for both their support and sacrifices. The episode and moral are right on the money. Forever Filly: Rarity's overbearing attitude was written to be in the wrong, and the motive to trigger it was really flimsy, but she has a really good point. She loves SB and wants to generate the memories that bonded them. OTOH, Sweetie Belle isn't interested in those same passions, but doesn't exactly say she's too old to abandon them altogether. She has a really important job and doesn't want to neglect it. Perfect Pear: One of the grandest daddies here. While the Pears' and Apples' tribal hatred of each other is very silly in today's world, it wasn't the case back then, both in Equestrian timeline and our own. Both families competed for supremacy and profit in Ponyville, leading to this lifelong feud. Given historical context, you can see where they come from. Additionally, so do BC and Bright: They loved each other too much for their families to separate them. But this plot presentation was used rather sparingly. Then To Change a Changeling aired, foreshadowing a major shift in the story structures for the rest of the season. Sure, TCaC could've written off Pharynx as some stereotypical throwback grump who hated change "just because" and wanted things to be the way they are. Instead, Lappin went for the high road: Pharynx hates the way the hive's run, because the Changeling kingdom is so complacent and doesn't prepare to keep the hive and its inhabitants safe. He has a very solid point, and luring the Maulwurf away doesn't guarantee their safety. When Haber returned to the show, the gray approach to conflicts took off: Daring Done?: Daring's upset from the collateral damage she caused. While the episode could've absolved her of her guilt and paint Somnambula's residents as the bad guys, DD? doesn't do that. At least, not entirely. She learns at the very end to be more aware of her actions and the consequences they may carry. Secondly, the citizens are absolutely justified to be upset at the statue being destroyed. Somnambula was so important to the town that destroying her statue comes across as a desecration of their ancestry and history. Mane Thing: Despite being told in Rarity's POV, the episode paints neither her nor the citizens of Ponyville as the bad guy. Rarity's justifiably upset for losing her mane, and thus loses her voice. She covers herself from embarrassment and says nothing, but Ponyville doesn't recognize her, consequently. A Health of Info: Twilight is absolutely right; Fluttershy needs to rest. The episode hammers in that lesson: FS catches swamp fever from Zecora, because she wouldn't sleep (shooting her immune system), while Twilight did. However, AHoI goes out of its way to make you understand Fluttershy's position. She believes she caused Zecora to catch it and would do whatever it takes to help her heal. Can you blame FS for thinking this way? Not at all. Marks and Recreation: S7's most underrated episode, outside of All Bottled Up. Rumble was the episode's antagonist, but he has very real reasons to fear getting his cutie mark. He loves everything he does, and he fears getting a mark will ruin his love for them. Rather than shooting him down, M&R justifies it: Apple Bloom loves making potions with Zecora, and Rumble asks her when she last did it. She couldn't answer. Was his approach (sabotaging the camp and making everyone bored) extreme? Yes. But his fears weren't unfounded. The climax handles his fear brilliantly: letting Thunderlane (a WB) lead the charge by giving everyone at the camp activities they love doing, and Rumble joins in. Zeppelin: Fame written correctly. The fans have a very real reason to be on the cruise and are treated like real people. Star Tracker's awkwardness wasn't excused, but he wasn't a stereotype, either; he's a kid who's eager to make an impression. Think about this. If you won the opportunity to be with someone you idolize, would you be excited or nervous, too? Probably so. Most importantly, Twilight also has a point. She joined the cruise to hope she'll spend quality time with her family, and she accepted IW's deal so she and everyone else would be happy. She was justifiably hurt when she missed a moment so dear to her, but the episode acknowledges that taking her anger out on her family and not sincerely apologizing to Star for accidentally stepping on his hoof was out of line. Rather than undergoing the clichéd result of having fun and damn everyone else, Cadance informs her that she can establish her own boundaries, and Twilight asks everyone for peace. Uncommon Bond: Starlight understandably wants to bond more with Sunburst however she could, but Sunburst also has his own pastimes and accidentally gets caught up with her closest friends instead. Starlight's magic trick (changing the scene and themselves as if they were kids) was creepy, but it's in character, and the episode doesn't demonize her or him for that. Shadow Play: The granddaddy of this presentation. SP wasn't your straightforward good-vs.-evil story, even though the villains and heroes are established. Villains aren't completely encased in a vacuum. Heroes have their flaws and missteps, turning them into fuller beings. SP presented a high-quality story where you can understand everyone's perspective. That's how gray the conflict is. The Pillars are absolutely justified to feel upset at Stygian, accuse him of trying to steal their magic, and eject him from their group. During a very dark time in Equestria, Stygian stole their priceless artifacts and told them nothing about it. It was not a magically friendly era. But Stygian is also a person. He feels worthless in their group, since he's basically Equestria's Squib. Yes, he was wrong to steal, but you can see where he's coming from. Becoming one with the Pony of Shadows gives him status equal to his ex-friends, because the PoS listened and comforted him. On the other side, Twilight's reason to release Star Swirl et al from Limbo was really short-sighted of her, but her motives were also justifiable. Star Swirl and the Pillars altogether are Equestria's most important figures, and bringing them back can help make Equestria in a safer place. Unfortunately, she completely overlooked the PoS, and SS was rightfully ticked at her for it. She was so embarrassed for what she did that she did that she'll do anything to prove to him she's no slouch or idiot. With the PoS released and Ponehnge destroyed, the Elements were needed to push him back to Limbo and keep the Realm secure. But what the RM7 knew about the PoS was the story Sunburst told them and the Pillars' side of the story. To use the Elements to banish him again stung Starlight Glimmer, a former villain. Blasting them felt so extreme and didn't go after the source of the problem. Her strength as a detective took over here, and she was able to piece together the jigsaw puzzle. Seasons four and five really brought forth a mature approach to storytelling in FIM by telling really risky and adult conflicts and attaching gray morals, but S7's presentation feels even more mature by telling really gray stories. Many earlier seasons' conflicts were mostly one-sided, although they did go to a middleground at times; whether they succeeded or not depended on the execution. So, why is it important to tell a gray story? Like telling a deep moral or theme, you're showing a respect to the audiences watching it. FIM is an all-ages, family-family program with very young kids as the base demographic. Like I wrote in one of the threads linked above, kids may not the mature brain development as adults, but they understand respect. You're not talking down to them by writing a deep, multi-sided story. High-quality, gray stories show children stories and characters don't have to be so black and white. Some of FIM's best episodes prior to S7 — like Sisterhooves, Amending Fences, Mane Attraction, Lesson Zero, Winter Wrap Up, Testing Testing, Flight, Fault, and Times — were told through a multi-sided conflict. S7B ran with this trope and was successful most of the time. The majority of S7B would not have benefited without that complex approach. So, here are some questions for those reading my thread: What episode(s) would greatly benefit by telling a multi-sided conflict than one only? How would you revise the episode to make it better? What do you feel about S7's gray approach to their stories? Do you hope Seasons 8 and beyond continue to follow through it? Do you have any possible episode ideas that could tackle a conflict while validating both or more points equally? How would you go about it? Which episodic themes do you want to see tackled in a multi-sided perspective rather than have just one shot down and ignored?
  14. Hey there, i have a question. You admit Fics in Spanish here?, i want to post one, but it´s in Spanish. Thank you Very much.
  15. I just watched the hearts warming carol again an hour ago and it's still one of my favorite episodes of season 6. I thought to myself, how about they do something like this again, for another episode? Maybe it can be Spike this time, who Twilight is reading to. They can take their own twist on some of these famous stories, like Spike being someone like Robin Hood, or King Arthur, or Oliver Twist, or mowgli. The Possibilities are endless. What do you guys think? Wouldn't that be great?
  16. Hi, sup. I um made a story, and i was wondering if anyone would like to read it or my other stories that i made. if you would like to read or give opinions, you are welcom to. I go soley off of constructive criticism to improve my writing, so please let me know what you think. I will insert the links to my stories if you want to read or if requested, i can put my stories on a topic. What The...?! Our Interesting Life. Code Black. ~Thanks~ ~Maddog
  17. As the title says, this is a thread for sharing just about any and all pet stories. It can be dogs, cats, lizards, birds, even fish. In a similar manner, they can be happy, funny, or sad. I only ask that you keep the forum rules in mind. I have two very troublesome hounds right now, neither being particularly bright: The smaller one who has earned the nickname "princess" (which is another story entirely) is very energetic and spastic. She enjoys running around the yard, barking at squirrels, birds... and what she thinks are birds and squirrels. On top of this she likes to pick up things knowing that you or somebody else will chase her. She once picked up an empty plastic flower pot and began running around outside of the house with it, except the way she was carrying it obscured her vision. She ran full speed into the side of the house with a smack, she ended up only dazing herself for a moment or two, and then she continued to run around the house with it still in her mouth.
  18. Are their any horror stories where the main character has amnesia?
  19. So, any one have any good D&D stories they would like to share? Which version it took place in doesn't matter, as long as it's a good story. I'll try to start. In a champaign I was in with a group of friends that was new to D&D, let alone DMing, I didn't know what to expect. The day before, we were sent into the forest to kill some ghouls, and was invited to stay the night at an old lady's house. As you would expect, she was the cause of the undead. After a fight, we tie her up, but she kills herself. Here's where the real story begins. We go into the basement, and we find a Bearded Dragon Shepard with his leg cut off. After a little conversation, we take him home. After we see the empty fields surrounding the home, we become suspicious. He directs us to his room, where we're to wait for him to return with our "reward". After awhile of shuffling, he emerges with a knife. Thinking he's trying to kill us, a member of the party shoots an arrow at his leg, and crits. He doesn't die, but he loses his other leg. His wife emerges, and has the head of a bearded dragon, size and all, and screams. Then a flood of bearded dragons come running out of their bedroom, and we learn the knife was a key to unlock a locked door. We left after that, feeling terrible. There's a story about the pregnant women in our, whose child is going to be a ghost since she got pregnant from a shadow, looking for some drugs, and ends with us killing some hookers, but that's for another day.
  20. We all have funny moments that have happened to us in life. Whether it be a moment that was unusual, random, embarrassing, or otherwise hilarious -- I know you must have something humorous to share with us. Now is the time. Here is the place. Tell us a funny, true story!
  21. I am an ex-Christian. When I was a Christian I was engaged by wanting to avoid going to hell in any way I could so I did research and eventually found out it was false, but my point is I'm not ignorant on religion. I also grew up with some final fantasy, and it was incredibly engaging and confusing but motivating and sorta inspiring. But yesterday I recognized more similarity between fiction and religion. Namely the Abrahamic religion is so popular its essentially a no contest, and that means its doing something right other religions are not. Final Fantasy was a best seller so it too was doing something right, and recently I was looking up theory sorta final fantasy videos then I realized, the greater the cost to not adventure in Final Fantasy, is the greater the motivator to adventure. I realized religion is similar, the threat of eternal hell, an apocalypse, muddled history and conflicting messages. Jenova of ff7 was also confusing, being controlled through Sephiroth to take on his form, and you are actually chasing Jenova the majority of the time. And yes Jenova sounds alot like Jehova. But then how about mentioning the epic of Gilgamesh and Gilgamesh's role in the final fantasy world. Anyways. I come to the accurate conclusion that the greater the cost, the more willingness to be invested. And what greater cost is there really? This could be incredibly useful for fictional writing. If we look to tv shows their stakes are high if they are popular. Or at least are acted as if they are high. Like it could be a lower stake but presented more dramatically or meaningfully. Its due to value, you threaten everything a person is or can have, then it motivates them to charge ahead. But what motivation is it? In a story that is popular its the force behind communicating about it like a fanboy, discussing it after because you feel motivated by it. Sort of like those who understand the risk and consequence of hell better who are Christian tend to try educating themselves more to see what is the way to ensure heaven over hell (and then the bible says only 144,000 can go to heaven lol and being the logical person you are you realize the odds are basically extremely low so you need to find out even more and cannot rely on assuming your god has your back. Eventually there are things in the bible that contradict reality and itself enough so one day a flood of realization occurs after one new fact then you are like desensitized briefly cathartic and numb and can't think due to being stunned, that it was really so obviously fake in hind-sight.) So anyways, sorry but this is a blog I'm allowed to get personal. Anyways I think its a great theory for story writing, even if its basic in a way. Its basically like saying certain shows or forms of media or stories thrill us due to the subconscious risk we associate with it, and because it motivates us it seems fun. But something feels off about it, that's where final fantasy throws in a Sephiroth being a loony so you feel off right when you should, it seems more natural even. There is a saying about logical studies that is something like, if you are confused it means you heard something that doesn't match up with what you currently believe. Religious bypass that with faith to ensure their long term confusion and doubt are buffered against. But another thing they have in common is mystery and limited information. The only source of information in the story you get is through the conflict, like in religion. It sorta sets up a batman and joker complex, you rely on the enemy for something. It might even be similar to Stockholm syndrome. And thing is, with so many other religions, or at the time the idea of heaven and hell were made Christianity wasn't entirely in power, so what do they do is make you feel important because you don't feel empowered. Its your source of power, this psychologically forces your new neurons and brain expenditure to be filtered through that first. Its a type of conditioning. Its exactly like gratitude to a hero. You want to see if you can support their cause. And the heaven vs hell thing applies even more because if you are a minority in the world you can be tricked into thinking you are the one of the few elite. This is an appeal to egotism, just like playing hero in a story is an appeal to egotism. Just like being a martyr can be satisfactory because it still says you were important and persecuted and if anything is a confirmation bias proving you were better than them. Its a really anti-social mindset if you look at it in one way. 'Them'. This just means psychologically speaking your neurons associate pain with 'them' which increases aggressive and antisocial attitudes. This is why in the bible it says the world is evil, that's why in ff7 the world is practically run by shinra. It makes you hate reality, doubt humanity irrationally. You vs the world. That's what fervor is. And I recognize fanboying is rather similar. They can defend their fandom to the death and are eternally hyped. Heroes in stories are tremendously popular, and also an aspect of alot of modern and pre-modern religions. Like Celtic religions had alot of bloodshed and battles and heroism, then there was complex plot for Rome and Greece religions because of how many mixed cultures it was. Even final fantasy is western due to Japan practicing a combination of religions including some Christianity Shintoism Buddhism and I forget the fourth. And there is a game theory on how ff is anti-organized-religion but pro spiritual, and I can def see that just look at half the stuff Aerith says then Shinra is a corrupt organization in power. Look at the history of the catholic church, its literally impossible the rulers actually believed what they were saying, AND they had more information which implies they knew a god didn't exist the whole time which is why they feel free to be hypocrites at the top levels. Because they both know more, and decide that means god isn't real, and continue telling you to believe, and they built the Vatican off of their greed and to this day are eating til they are fat. They aren't monk-like or humble, they are disgusting and the most popular organized religion of the world yet. And they force others to submit to fear more often because they are more aware of how one can feel low, to be forced to serve through them. Like showing submission in their churches asking to be forgived in their churches already psychologically causes an inferiority complex similar to master slave relationships. Please god forgive me [or eternal torture] please don't [send me to hell] I'm sorry for everything [you deserve pity, feel graced I will allow you to be forgiven then serve me more in the future due to gratitude that I won't eternally torture you today]. Then in final fantasy 7 you feel powerless and such. At one point Sephiroth gives you a materia by throwing it at you with force and then your character can barely stand up (Cloud) then you take the materia after anyways. And Sephiroth is motivated by being the chosen one (just like in Christianity you are the chosen line of people, reminds me of the teacher's pet sorta deal). Idk I guess I said it all already and am half rambling due to lack of feeling like a strong conclusion occurred. Post your thoughts below.
  22. So I accidentally came across this game and having played Portal and Portal 2 I decided to try this game. Let the craziness begin. Time to start doing science... while seeing just what has happened. Enjoy!
  23. You can share any school stories whether funny, embarrassing, or even boring! No sex stories though! Somebody went up to a teacher and said "You should act more your age and go to a retirement home" teacher instantly gives 4 detentions.
  24. I'm curious just what is the longest MLP Fanfiction?
  25. I mean real stuff you have experianced for yourself. I think I had one in an old hospital in a city near our town. It is now a bunch of offices but one I ALWAYS got a sense of dread walking through those halls. Like I would often fast walk or even run to leave. But once I saw at the end of one of the halls (they are very long halls btw) a glimps of a woman in a white dress walking into an office. It looked like she was taking a step but she kinda just floated into the office. I am sure that place is haunted.. Anyways. Your ghost stories?