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AI generated Green

By Aftercase
Created: 9th February 2021 11:23:37 PM

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  2. #These greentexts has been generated by AI.#
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  4. _dataset has 12131339 tokens
  5. Training...
  6. [10 | 24.15] loss=3.15 avg=3.15
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  26. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  27.  humans…but she didn*t want her to make it a "special day" as some of them had.
  28. >It really didn*t matter if she was alone. It still had to be a fun night.
  29. >She knew she wasn’t a slut but she also knew those things she knew she shouldn’t do.
  30. >It was time for those things to be seen.
  31. >Tears were running down her face and her ears had been cut off by the loud roar of the street.
  32. >A few of her friends were already at the park because she had been called by some to pick them up.
  33. >She was called over by all of the other guys who had come down for the night to ask if they could come with her.
  34. >Some seemed nervous, scared, shy; others had nothing and would just come anyway, they were excited to finally be part of the main attraction.
  35. >But she was happy and had an erection ready in her bra.
  36. >All of a sudden, she found a hand on her back from one of her old man friends.
  37. >It was a cute hand and he knew it was him.
  38. >Suddenly, something had happened.
  39. >It felt weird, and for a long time she did not know what it felt like, but something that she had never done before.
  40. >He tried to comfort her by asking if she was okay, but she did not respond, he looked down at her as she lay on her back with her bra and panties on, holding her right leg out in front of him.
  41. >A pair of hands took hold of her left one, and a pair held her leg out, just behind her right leg.
  42. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He says, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  43. >She feels the warmth of his chest, as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  44. >He looks down at his legs, and as he looks up at her, it starts to feel as if he could not control it.
  45. >She feels her legs being more wet, and feels him moving his hips to get his cock out.
  46. >His cock is small and he feels it throbbing as he takes the first thrust at her thigh, leaving the other half of his penis standing to the side, and the head in the vagina.
  47. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He says, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  48. >She feels the warmth of his chest, as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  49. >He looked down at his legs, and as he looked up at her, it started to feel as if he could not control it.
  50. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He remarks, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  51. >She feels the warmth of his chest as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  52. >He looked down at his legs, and as he looked up at her, it started to feel as if he could not control it.
  53. >She feels her legs being more wet, and feels him moving his hips to get his cock out.
  54. >"You were so hot." He says, grabbing some of the juice from her breasts and moving it over to her thighs.
  55. >She felt all of her legs in hot, sticky juices!
  56. >Some dripped; some dripped to her thighs...more were on the hands and knees, a few were on her chest.
  57. >One was very wet, and she had no idea if she did.
  58. >Anonymously she handed him some more to dip her hand in. He gave her a small tip but kept the rest.
  59. >She could feel herself getting wetter on her hand, and a few minutes later she felt and touched her pussy.
  60. >The juices around the ring in her pussy started to make her wetter.
  61. >Her hand was wet too, and she was stroking the wet folds of her thigh.
  62. >She was finally ready, and he was finally ready.
  63. >With a few gentle strokes the male was finally ready to come.
  64. "A few more little dicks and you are going to be going a little wetter." The man says, moving towards the back door.
  65. >You look at the girl, and she knew he had been in the back room before and was in the same predicament as her.
  66. >She could not believe it. She wanted him. She wanted to go to the front door, but she was being told she couldn’t.
  67. >She was getting the picture of a man being told his lady’s man.
  68. >She wanted him to come so badly but not like this.
  69. "It’s okay, go home." She says, and her legs came to rest on her thighs.
  70. >Her hands moved across her body, and her
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  92. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  93. , you look into the empty table.
  94. "This," you snap, "is going to be a mess."
  95. >"Oof~"
  96. >"What are you thinking?"
  97. >A voice floats up from the darkness,
  98. >you blink in surprise; it can be heard far away.
  99. >It goes,
  100. >"It's just one of your silly experiments that we had you pull on us while you were asleep. This is a lot more complicated than that, I know it."
  101. >he gives you a few more steps to his feet before he turns and trots away.
  102. >You're a little worried, but decide not to argue now; you're going to be fine.
  103. >As you leave the room, you are still being watched, but the sound of his feet and the light-blue ceiling of the room makes you wonder if this is not a dream or if it is a real one.
  104. >There's a long pause before you hear the thud of the door opening behind you.
  105. >Then another sound, and you see two figures.
  106. >They're just outside your bedroom door, but they've gone too quiet for you to guess what they are doing there.
  107. >"So I see," the woman says, "you aren't dead!"
  108. "I am."
  109. >In a burst of terror, you reach up and grab the door handle, yanking it back as the woman's face contort with emotion.
  110. >"Don't worry, I can still hear you."
  111. >She winces slightly, "You can't see me, so I can always be out here somewhere."
  112. >You nod.
  113.  
  114. "Yeah. But I'm just a little scared. I wasn't sure if-- "
  115. >But at the same time, you can't deny that you're relieved to know.
  116. >This time, a small and wispy figure comes into your bedroom doorway:
  117. >His name isn't the type to look out for at all, but that doesn't keep you from trying.
  118. >You're standing over your bed with a blanket over you.
  119. >He is a young man in his late middle age, who is sitting in a small, dark room.
  120. >His arms are encircled around your waist, and with a twist in his body a small figure slowly slides between his legs.
  121. >The sound of that, combined with the fact that he's being watched for no good reason, causes your chest to twitch.
  122. >It is a soft moan, as if you had come with the intention of forcing it out of you.
  123. >You aren't sure it's just the thought of him touching you while he watches you, but the way he's holding you is just making it harder to stop struggling.
  124. >He takes a handful of your manhood in the other, and it causes you to shimmy slightly as his hips start to move.
  125. >You are going to cum.
  126. >You want to just cum immediately.
  127. >And then you will have that orgasm, the moment that you feel one of the vibrations begin to rise up to the surface of your bladder.
  128. >You're going to cum.
  129. >You are going to cum.
  130. >You are going to cum deep and fast.
  131. >You are going to cum in her mouth.
  132. >You are going to cum in her asshole as you shoot your hot load all over her face.
  133. >She's not going to stop fucking you like that for hours.
  134. >You feel the urge to move closer to her.
  135. >Something feels different about these legs.
  136. >The sensation of the legs being spread stretched out out and the flesh around the base stretched out even more.
  137. >And you're not the only one that's not satisfied.
  138. >You hear the girl whimper and feel the wetness of her pussy against the wall.
  139. >You're a little surprised that even your erection isn't doing the trick.
  140. >You're a long, long way from your own orgasm that you had been meaning to do for a couple hours at least.
  141. >You're the one that had been planning to cum later in the night, when you decided to stop bothering him and went to bed.
  142. >You didn't even realize how you could feel that.
  143. >You don't know what you did wrong, you are so... horny.
  144. >You do like cumming, but it's always been something that you dreamed up and made up for in the dream.
  145. >At first, its... it was just because of the feeling you'd gotten from a movie you watched that had been playing on repeat on that horrible computer in the room.
  146. >But you've since found yourself needing to cum frequently, especially after a long, hard night of fucking and fucking.
  147. >You don't know what happened to that movie, it was just this... something that always bothered you when you turned off.
  148. >A part
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  171. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  172.  to you?
  173. >“Not me, and you don't need to have it.”
  174. >”Not even a little.”
  175. >Sister nods in agreement, and we both follow her through the door.
  176. “So then, what about Anon?”
  177. >She goes to speak to Anon but you simply nod to Sister.
  178. “And…”
  179. >”I still had a hard time trusting you after the accident, and, to be honest, I thought Anon could not be more in need than I did.”
  180. >He glances at you and you nod to Sister, which she does too.
  181. >Then, he smiles at you and shrugs, smiling sheepishly.
  182. >For you, this is an opportunity to be very patient.
  183. >The moment his smile fades, he looks back at you with a pout, and you nod to him.
  184. >So then, about a week ago we had started working and working.
  185. "I think we came to the right place."
  186. >As you turn around and peer out the door, Anon is looking at you, his eyes on the small screen on his desktop.
  187. >"Okay…I should apologize for the delay.”
  188. >You both nod again, then he gives a brief chuckle and turns the screen on.
  189. "I should have asked for more time before it happened."
  190. >That gets your attention but you turn your head away quickly and continue to work.
  191. >Then, it's as if a light bulb starts to flash.
  192. >You don't move, and you just stare.
  193. >"Okay…I guess it was really bad. I don't think I didn't tell you a lot about it, so."
  194. >He looks confused.
  195. "Well, that doesn't really matter now."
  196. >Sister glances up at him, and you nod.
  197. >"It is a very important information to know. You heard that."
  198. >"It should not be a problem. I promise."
  199. >That is, it shouldn't be more than a minor inconvenience today.
  200. >You would have expected your father to be around to warn you.
  201. >You had even expected your sister to ask you about it beforehand.
  202. >But there was no need for it to be anything more…
  203. “I don't think she should. I don't think she has the right information to know at this point. But, I'll do whatever I possibly can.”
  204. >He smiles at you and shrugs.
  205. >“That… is what I expect, and I'll do everything I can to help my child.”
  206. >Sister shakes her head, her tone a mixture of shock and pity.
  207. >"It isn't like I want to just be there for her sake; it would be nice and sweet. But, that is not a requirement on my mind. And, I won't ask for you to stay to save her from suffering like I did."
  208. >You nod to him and smile back.
  209. “So, now I want to ask you, sister: is this as bad as you thought? In my opinion, I'll do everything I can to help.”
  210. "Uh-huh, well, why would I ask?"
  211. >"Because she could be a lot worse, you know…”
  212. >This is a strange exchange from the way you were talking about yesterday.
  213. >You smile and shrug again and continue to work.
  214. >Not very long after all but ten seconds have passed, the device goes off, and you can feel his hands running down your body, caressing your back for a brief moment.
  215. >Your eyes slide shut for a moment, and your head lolls from end to end.
  216. >But now your neck is no longer on your right side, but instead on the left, and then he moves his hands further down.
  217. >"It really did hurt a lot, but that is a good thing. I want to make sure your child enjoys this for a long time.”
  218. >Sister's hands are sliding upwards, caressing and caressing, and the screen flashes again.
  219. >"A lot hurts, but, it is better that not a lot hurts in my opinion."
  220. "Really?"
  221. >"Yes."
  222. >You open your eyes and look up at him with your eyes closed and his hands are gripping your neck with a firm grip, a little above you, and you are staring at him with a smile.
  223. "Okay, so what can I do for you?”
  224. >She shakes her head, but you still nod to her.
  225. "You don't need the extra time to be with your child. But, if you do stay here for a while, I will be there for you. I'll be there whenever you need me, not for a moment you want to be alone."
  226. >"Okay…Thank you."
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  248. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  249.  doesn't count for much, really.
  250. I'm fairly certain this is what you wanted, but I don't know how fast the clock gets reset by your hands.
  251. >You don't like waking up early.
  252. >So I'll just be you and that is what you have.
  253. >Your phone and your bed
  254. >I just called the house and said, "Morning Anon."
  255. >You open the door to the kitchen and step inside.
  256. >You take out the bowl of cereal you found at the grocery store and throw the cereal outside to cool it off.
  257. >With a quick swipe of the counter you make a couple of empty bowls but you don't use them for much.
  258. >You can't afford the damage. You can't afford to make yourself look like a bad man.
  259. >A quick dip with a little water from the kitchen will tell you why.
  260. >You just got an email from a friend requesting you make sure her friend was okay.
  261. >You think of things to say and tell her, and that she and you would like to be there for her.
  262. >She is in shock and she was upset, it was a bad break. You are not a bad man.
  263. >She doesn't even know how to read so it's a bit of a shock to her but you are a human male.
  264. >She's too young for you to even be her friend, just as much because she just met you.
  265. >And a guy to be her friend. It's not just that. Her life has been ruined by a bunch of men who are friends too much too quickly.
  266. >She wants to stay closer to you than you can reasonably support. She wants to be the same girl you were, not the new one.
  267. >She's not sure what it is, but she thinks you are trying to get to her by making a fuss and then giving her hope.
  268. >You give her hope.
  269. >She wants hope.
  270. >She isn't sure what she wants to say she needs you to do.
  271. >Her mom is worried because she worries.
  272.  
  273. >You get up and talk to her.
  274. >Her mom is worried because she is worried but her mother doesn't seem to be the biggest fan of you.
  275. >She gets upset over you wanting to do something that other dads might not be. Her sister is a bit worried. Her dad is worried because he fears he won't see you.
  276. >The girls in her life are worried because they are worried. Her family is worried because she's a bad mother but she's a good dad, but you're worried because you fear for your family's safety. You are worried because you're worried about your children's safety, and you're not sure you have a safe place for them. Your daughter is worried about it because you're worried because she's worried they will stop loving you for something. She's not sure what she will say once she has been through the first few weeks of this ordeal.
  277. >You need to make her more comfortable around you and make her feel like she's safe and secure.
  278. >Even as soon as you go and kiss her you feel her warmth as she knows your words mean it and that she can trust that you are an actual man. And she knows what she wants and you know exactly what she wants.
  279. >At least it's comforting and that's the point.
  280. >And you are safe and secure.
  281. >That's what I think you both need to focus on. Finding a way to be safe and secure.
  282. >You keep your mouth shut.
  283. >To keep her out of the way so she doesn't think or act on what her sister feels. She is scared, but she's also scared she'll become a bad woman. And of course she might become a bad mother.
  284. >Because as soon as you make her uncomfortable she realizes what you want. Her family would be safe and secure, you and the girls you make happy would be free of this. And you and the girls you make happy wouldn't have to worry about what a bad dad would have to say if he found out about them. And that makes them feel like they have a lot of friends.
  285. >But it's in keeping with the message you wanted to send to be nice that all these things aren't actually going to happen. The whole "friendship thing" is just a lie.
  286. >You are friends with people because of who you are. People who are happy with who they are. Friends who make a big show of spending time with their girl friends. Friends who are willing to take care of your needs every night. Friends who make sure you are in the best physical and mental health you could ever hope for. Friends who would do anything to go out without you and who knows there is a bunch of other girls out there on Equestria whom you haven't seen yet and who you could find if you're looking.
  287. >It's
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  309. Saving checkpoint/run2/model-1000
  310. WARNING:tensorflow:From /tensorflow-1.15.2/python3.6/tensorflow_core/python/training/saver.py:963: remove_checkpoint (from tensorflow.python.training.checkpoint_management) is deprecated and will be removed in a future version.
  311. Instructions for updating:
  312. Use standard file APIs to delete files with this prefix.
  313. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  314. idity of the room and feel the heat of the fire.
  315. >"Anon. Can I know what a lot of those names mean?"
  316. >The fire has stopped for now, but it has a tendency to spread when the flames on it flare up
  317. >You turn to a third party.
  318. "Gentlemen, I'm afraid there's no time for this."
  319.  
  320. =====================================
  321.  
  322.  
  323. (Spoiler)
  324.  
  325.  
  326. >You walk back over to the fire to see the three ponies on your right all looking around at you.
  327. >They look confused.
  328. >Why is Anon's back a mess?
  329. >The only ponies you see that are visibly upset are the three mares that have just taken the microphone.
  330. >"Anon! Anon! What do you need, sweetie? Can someone please help you?"
  331. >You sigh and continue toward the fire when you hear the three ponies around you begin to panic.
  332. >One is waving a hoof at Anon wearing sunglasses.
  333. >"Anon! What's wrong?"
  334. >The other is pointing a hoof at you.
  335. >He looks away from it and shakes his head.
  336. >His face is as red as the color of the fire.
  337. >You continue up and you see he is waving a hoof back at you.
  338. >You continue up to the fire and see the three ponies looking around nervously.
  339. >"Anon! What's wrong?"
  340. "Anon. Hey, guys, it's over here with a fire on my back," you say as you walk over to the fire and spot the three ponies.
  341. >They are the ones who are holding the fire in anger.
  342. >"Anon. Why wouldn't you want to get a good look at me?" I asked.
  343. >You turn back and see the pony on your right looking away from the fire in confusion.
  344. >"Sorry," he says.
  345. >"I'm fine," the other says with a smile.
  346. >"Good," the first says.
  347. >You get a smile on your face and continue on your walk with the ones holding the fire.
  348. >You get closer to the fire.
  349. >There is an open flame that has begun to burn through your armor where the metal and wire has been torn from the joints.
  350. "Oh! Is Anon there? He is."
  351. >"Anon. Please come out of your room immediately," the three mares are begging him.
  352. >The fire on your back is still burning.
  353. >You walk over to your armor and look at the wounds where the mares had hit you with their hoofs.
  354. >"Anon! Please come out of your room if you can."
  355. >You look at them nervously.
  356. >"Please," the last says.
  357. >"We're sorry."
  358. >Then, you see he is waving a hoof again.
  359. >"Please," the first and second say simultaneously.
  360. >"Please," the last says.
  361. >"We're all sorry."
  362. >"Please."
  363. >"Please."
  364. >You are Anon.
  365. >Your armor is now on fire.
  366. >"Please," the mares are begging you. It's your fault! You have killed yourself!
  367. >"Please," the first is pleading.
  368. “Look at me, Anon! Look at your little friend. You really can get that man out of this mess! It's not right for a pony to die like that!"
  369. >You walk over to the third pony, who was standing in front of his helmet.
  370. >He is holding his own helmet in his hand and he is looking at his helmet and his muzzle.
  371. >You turn to the others and look at the fire.
  372. >You hear the screaming from the fire and you know your mares want to get you.
  373. >"Anon I think we have a problem here," says Anon.
  374. >The four ponies in the room turn to you.
  375. >They all look up at all the ponies.
  376. >They're holding their breath.
  377. >Their faces are red as the fire.
  378. "Are you there?"
  379. >"Anon! Look out! Where you coming?"
  380. >You look out of the room to the fire.
  381. >Anon has been burned.
  382. >Tears are streaming from his eyes.
  383. >His wounds are burnt all over.
  384. >It is horrible.
  385. >You know it, now, you can feel it.
  386. >You look up to the fire.
  387. >You can smell from the fire.
  388. “Anon! Anon! Look out! That's Anon!"
  389. >You yell.
  390. "Anon! You alright?"
  391. >The three mares holding the fire look around in disbelief.
  392. ><...Are you sure about this stuff?"
  393. >The three are looking back at you.
  394. >They're staring at each other in disbelief.
  395. >How on earth were they being so irresponsible?
  396. >The room appears to be on
  397.  
  398. [1010 | 1787.96] loss=2.44 avg=2.89
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  415. [1180 | 2067.12] loss=2.57 avg=2.87
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  417. [1200 | 2099.93] loss=2.72 avg=2.87
  418. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  419.  what you see
  420. >You see two of the animals running as you watch as the sun sinks in the sky
  421. >The last of the rain has gone away, but the light and the cool breeze still hangs from the windows
  422. >Your heart beat is slow, but it beats so slowly
  423. >You close your eyes and relax, breath slow and steady
  424. >"You can do this, Luna."
  425. >She is the most beautiful human you have met
  426. >Your arms wrapped around her neck, your eyes half closed
  427. >The feeling of her body rubs against your own is amazing
  428. >You can feel it in your limbs, you can feel the warm warmth of her heart, and the gentle touch of her muzzle
  429. "Yes..."
  430. >She leans in to you
  431. >The way her hips and thighs move when pressed together, she moves her tail everytime you take her mouth
  432. >"You can keep going."
  433. >She lets out a quiet "Yes"
  434. >You are no longer as timid, but as much afraid of making another failure
  435. >You let go of her neck and bend your hips as much as possible
  436. >Luna's tail wiggles beneath and then you hold Luna's neck as a human's hand goes through her back, moving upward
  437. >There, in the air, her breasts are soft and beautiful
  438. >So much better than you'd seen them from the pictures
  439. >You are not just the first member of your herd, but she is your first lover and your first wife
  440. >Her body has changed from a hot pink and white to a more delicate purple
  441. >She now has curves that make it look stunning
  442. >Her waist and hips have lengthened by a lot
  443. >Her thighs are not thick and bulky
  444. >They are soft and supple and soft
  445. >You know she looks so much like you when she was just a young filly
  446. >She's the best filly you've ever known
  447. >And now to be your wife
  448. >As you look into her eyes, you feel something strange
  449. >She's not sure why she wants to get your cock in her
  450. >You have to be really careful...
  451. >She doesn't seem so anxious, as if she doesn't feel she's on the wrong road
  452. >Her chest is firm, almost as if her heart was beating
  453. >Her arms and calves are big and strong but not huge
  454. >Her chest and neck are beautiful
  455. >Her tits are large, even big at the smallest of them
  456. >She's so strong, your heart is beating fast and she's making you feel horny just thinking about her
  457. >Her lips are small and sweet, nothing like the other mares
  458. >And you feel her cunt, lips are all the same color, she gives no sign of the usual teasing heat
  459. >You can touch them too, you can push them together
  460. >Her body is so much more exciting than any of the other mares you've seen, you think she's going to make you into a wife
  461. >And she just can't let go
  462. >The last three mares have been a total mess, no cum, no taste
  463. >And this filly needs a little more stimulation so you put your finger deep inside
  464. >She tries to bite at it, but it's too hot
  465. >You hold her down, a lot, like a mare's stallion for your own pleasure
  466. >Her head is still wet from the previous night, but the taste now is just as thick and sweet
  467. >She gets her fill before you, and her tail is very wet
  468. >You watch as she swallows and tries to hold her breath, she tries to suckle it
  469. >Her face is still red but it's a pale, almost pearly shade from the rain
  470. >This mare is like a dog when you put your hand inside, but she lets you play
  471. >You try and take her into your hand, the heat of her pussy is getting hot and her breath is coming so easily
  472. >You playfully touch her pussy with your fingers and lick along the outer lips, you know exactly what you are doing
  473. >You don't know when to stop
  474. >She stops biting
  475. >"I'm yours, your seed, my pussy, cum," she growled.
  476. >You groan inside, she looks so sad and you think the rainmorn is just going to stop for this mare
  477. >You can feel it...
  478. >Her mane and mane are as warm as if you were wrapped around it, she didn't even bathe in the rain, but you felt like the warmth of the sun made her shine, like you were inside her for the first time
  479. >She lets out a quiet "I'm yours," and you start licking her pussy
  480. >She looks like she's crying, she's hugging you tightly against her chest
  481. >"You want this," she growled. "You'll always be mine."
  482. >You want to cry
  483.  
  484. [1210 | 2139.05] loss=3.00 avg=2.87
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  503. [1400 | 2451.35] loss=2.71 avg=2.87
  504. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  505.  with a bang.
  506. > "Anon!?"
  507. "N-No. I-I just had an accident. And now i'm not-"
  508. > "Well! What do you think of-"
  509. "I've never touched a weapon before. I-I haven't had a gun since school was cancelled. That's a thing that'll never die. But you didn't see me using the first one out in the field. I don't think I will touch one again."
  510. > "You know there's a limit to everything you can do. That limit is going to keep us safe. We're going to be able to carry one. But-,"
  511. "We will never touch a weapon if we're going to keep them from coming back, right?"
  512. > "That's why I came around for repairs."
  513. > "I understand."
  514. "You know I will have to keep a gun safe."
  515. > "That's probably how this all started."
  516. > "I'll have to tell Captain Cadance that the others are doing the same thing."
  517. "No, you can't even carry guns on your own. I can see your weapons are probably all destroyed."
  518. > "You just have to learn how."
  519. > Cadance takes several short steps forward.
  520. > "I-They're still operational?"
  521. "Yeah."
  522. > "How much damage are they doing?"
  523. "Probably, I think it might have hit half the reserve. If you had not stopped it, they probably would have been done pretty quickly."
  524. > "You have to be careful, no matter what. I can understand why you're scared. But there's a point to all of this-"
  525. >"We have to be very careful, too. The other ponies might not be there if you put too much power into them."
  526. > The officer steps forward, placing a hand on your leg.
  527. > "We don't want any more ponies going missing."
  528. "So, you know how to have a gun?"
  529. > "I-I was told all the same thing back home."
  530. > You can feel the grip on your right leg slip around, but it doesn't hurt much in that.
  531.  
  532. "Are you going to tell me how to fire it, so I can protect myself?"
  533. > "Yes. Here, it's a little easier for you to see it."
  534. > Cadance raises one of the remaining pistols from the desk, and you take them and hold it on the other end of the table.
  535. > "Good. They don't have to be so powerful. Just let me get them all fired. Just try to keep the range. We still got this."
  536. > You don't trust that she actually understands how many shots are in them.
  537.  
  538. ACTION:
  539. - Have the first shot, then have her point toward what you intend to do next.
  540.  
  541. >"Well, I guess you're just going to have to come back with us. You know how the situation is out there. You know where the roads are, where the fire's coming from-"
  542. "I'm not saying not to the ponies, I'm just being polite about not wanting to take anything else to the accident."
  543. "I'll take your word to the next time I'm with you."
  544. > "No, I'm simply saying, don't just go running out to the fields."
  545. > "Very, very kind of you. And good."
  546. "Thanks."
  547. > "Let me know if you ever get lost."
  548. "Well, don't ask me where to go. I think I'll be taking the next few days to do the right thing."
  549. > "Then I'll keep my word to you. That'll keep us safe."
  550. > You do keep a steady supply of supplies until the next time you see it again.
  551. > That was a good idea.
  552.  
  553. -----
  554.  
  555. > The next day is spent flying above to get to the nearby village of Chippewa.
  556. > When you reach the village, the wind begins to lighten, the rain picking up and the skies becoming darker.
  557. > "The sun could do so much better in the sky."
  558. "A little rain."
  559. > "We're seeing quite a bit of lightning, it could go better to watch on the ground, but still-"
  560. > "Right!"
  561. > He gives you a smile.
  562. > "It's about time for another patrol. A patrol of a few miles is what we're all going to be flying over."
  563. > As you approach the town, the clouds begin to lighten, the sun even beginning to show signs of fading.
  564. > "What's with these clouds?"
  565. > "Oh, this is when they're about to fall over your heads. This will be our one more day."
  566. > You let your wingtips flap just long enough to see for yourself whether it is the moon or the night sky.
  567. > There. The
  568.  
  569. [1410 | 2489.29] loss=2.36 avg=2.86
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  577. [1490 | 2620.62] loss=2.64 avg=2.85
  578. [1500 | 2637.07] loss=2.17 avg=2.84
  579. Saving checkpoint/run2/model-1500
  580. [1510 | 2660.40] loss=2.83 avg=2.84
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  590. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  591.  floating in a net out of the open sky (and not that you're quite sure about where that net is), they're really really friendly.
  592. >Especially for a pony (who, for once, doesn't feel bad for being a pony), she's always ready for any other question or comment, and doesn't try to hide her smile when you put something in her mouth.
  593. >She likes to talk about all sorts of stuff, and the more you see her she gets better, like the time she told you that she just wants to be friends and that she thinks you'll be great friends with her, and that she hopes you don't think of her that way.
  594. >This is probably one of the only things that you're not completely sure about.
  595. >You have no clue how you feel towards Rarity either way she's being.
  596. >She's always kind to you, or she goes out of her way to play hard to get you.
  597. >Sometimes you swear that she has a crush on you, and you can't help but smile when you hear her happily announce that she loves you.
  598. >It's kinda cute really.
  599. >The fact that she's the one who likes you first is proof enough that she cares a lot, and that she's happy to help you.
  600. >That's the best thing to go with this friendship... And you know that you still have to go with that if you keep seeing things like that.
  601. >She always smiles when she sees you, just kind of...
  602.  
  603. “I've told you the truth...”
  604. >”But I don't let you talk about me so I don't know if it's because I think I could be your friend.”
  605. >So basically she's telling you all these things that she doesn’t want you to know about the other mares?”
  606. >She laughs the rest of the way.
  607. >”Sorry, I just don’t like talking about them anymore, so I don’t talk about them.”
  608. “They, uh, they’re your friends though?”
  609. >”Uh huh, yes, you told me.”
  610. “Is there anything else it would be because I like them?”
  611. >She lets out a happy little squeik, and that makes your heart flutter.
  612. >”Sorry, I wouldn’t care what they look like or anything.”
  613. >”Huh?”
  614. >She looks slightly troubled.
  615. >”Just tell me if someone likes it or they don’t.”
  616. >It takes a few seconds for her to fully open her eyes.
  617. >You're sure of the fact that she’s just trying to protect you so that the others aren’t getting the wrong idea, but...
  618. >You open your mouth to speak when she shoots you a nervous little wink.
  619. >So you could probably be friends with all the ponies in the world; but that doesn’t mean you can talk about them.
  620. >Because it doesn’t make you feel any less, you can understand why Rarity and Twilight are concerned about your behaviour.
  621. >But to think that someone you were never happy with will make you sad if you leave the group is a whole other thing.
  622. >You shake your head and continue.
  623. >In the end that little smile on your face is more than enough to comfort you.
  624. >”It would be good.”
  625. “Alright. Thanks, Rarity, Twilight and Rarity.”
  626. >”You always do.”
  627. >Oh.
  628. “Thanks again.”
  629. >”Really? When you say so myself, the fact you're willing to help other mares is really cool.”
  630. >”Yeah, we were thinking about that.”
  631. >She sighs.
  632. >“Just, I think I don’t like you all the way. Not now, not now.”
  633.  
  634. >...
  635. >You've gotten really bad at this.
  636.  
  637. >You sit up in your bed and roll onto all fours as a pink pegasus trots down the hall and down the road towards your home.
  638. >She's wearing a blue coat with a brown mane and tail, but her eyes is a bright white and she has a wide smile on her face.
  639. >She looks pretty adorable, even with her fur a deep blue.
  640. “Hey pegasus? Are you awake?” You ask her?
  641. >She just looks at you blankly for a second.
  642. >She’s probably still dreaming.
  643. >She’s probably dreaming.
  644. >And if things are going as they were, you are sure that one or two of the others are there as well.
  645. >If they
  646.  
  647. [1610 | 2846.32] loss=2.66 avg=2.83
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  660. [1740 | 3059.82] loss=2.86 avg=2.84
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  662. [1760 | 3092.66] loss=3.14 avg=2.84
  663. [1770 | 3109.09] loss=3.32 avg=2.85
  664. [1780 | 3125.50] loss=2.85 avg=2.85
  665. [1790 | 3141.90] loss=2.90 avg=2.85
  666. [1800 | 3158.34] loss=2.76 avg=2.85
  667. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  668. 's not good enough."
  669. >You can't resist the feeling.
  670. >A smile is slowly forming on your face as you look around the room slowly, searching for another way to start.
  671. >A feeling of relief fills you, but you can't help but to feel a little guilty as well.
  672. >The moment you started to think about it, the door slid smoothly open again.
  673. >"Ah'll do my best."
  674. >With that statement, the door pops open and you enter the living room.
  675. >It seems as if the room has been transformed into a very nice home, as well.
  676. “Aww, you did great." You mumble, turning your attention to the fireplace in the corner of the room.
  677. >You take a deep breath before you begin to walk through it.
  678. “I'm going to be so happy.  You're a really, really good friend.  A lot of friends are jealous, and I've known you for a few days."  You say sweetly.
  679. >You feel a breeze around you as you walk in the doorway.  The wind doesn't seem to be a problem for you as you sit down on your couch and take a seat.  Just as you're about to open the drawer, a figure in a black cloak materializes in the doorway, pulling you out of your thoughts.
  680. “Oi, do you remember your last visit?  What was it like walking into this world?"  You ask, pointing a finger at him.  
  681. >He nods.    
  682. "You said something about your parents?"  
  683. >He sighs and rubs his chin in contemplation of it.    
  684. "I told them, and they were really surprised.   They came in like, "Ooo!  What in the world are you doing?"  
  685.  
  686. "You know, I'm getting a bit worried that you're telling a bad story."    
  687.  
  688. >You both laugh and the man leans back in his chair.        
  689. >You both laugh it out as you continue to enjoy yourself for the next few minutes.      
  690.  
  691. --------
  692.  
  693. >  You reach up and wrap a leg around your waist, giving you a solid grip.            You can already feel yourself relaxing.           You've got something warm to keep you warm as you feel the heat of hot air between your shoulders.              You can still see him poking you on your shoulder.             You move closer to him, giving him more room.                  The ground beneath you is smooth and polished to resemble an open, polished stone.                 You are currently floating over the top of his shoulder, just in time to catch an impact that sends you flying.                                         > The tip of his shaft is just barely visible through your layers of clothing at the moment.        >    
  694. >
  695. >    
  696. “I-I didn't mean to hit you.       Please do not hit me.      I don't know if you can see, or it just feels so good.       But I know if we don't keep going with our efforts, I'll be so surprised."      
  697. >  
  698. >        
  699. “I'm not hurting you.     I’m just... curious about what you feel.       Can’t exactly tell, but I think you may be curious about me.        I don’t know, actually.      I don’t need to know.      Please just stop.      I can’t hear you.     I didn’t mean to.     Not the kind of thing that makes me mad.        I wasn’t thinking about you much.      You don’t have to feel guilty.     It doesn’t really matter, I just haven’t figured out the right words yet.    
  700.  
  701. [1810 | 3196.44] loss=2.88 avg=2.85
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  713. [1930 | 3393.43] loss=2.84 avg=2.84
  714. [1940 | 3409.85] loss=3.12 avg=2.85
  715. [1950 | 3426.27] loss=2.71 avg=2.84
  716. [1960 | 3442.68] loss=2.51 avg=2.84
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  722. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  723. ”I’ve noticed. It is very nice, unlike all the rest.”
  724. > “What about that…?”
  725. > Well, there isn’t more of this in Ponyville.
  726. > “I heard about you and that guy came in and saved your ass with a sword.”
  727. > Oh, now, this is weird.
  728. “Yeah, um, yeah. I just…”
  729. > In this universe you mean.
  730. “Are you trying to get me in trouble.”
  731. >”No, really.”
  732. > Okay.
  733. “I’ll tell you later on, um, sorry.”
  734. > It took every bit of sense to keep your eyes focused on this thing.
  735. >”You’re supposed to not do that to me! You’re supposed to be innocent!”
  736. > Oh, that’s so sweet.
  737.  
  738. > There’s a little bird crying in the sky above your head.
  739. > And in front of everyone.
  740. > No wonder you got so mad at the woman, if nothing else.
  741. > So, you had to make a little apology note to him.
  742. > No doubt, he wasn’t happy about that, no doubt.
  743. > And when your words got to him, he was almost too happy to make a run for it.
  744. > You should have done that at some point anyway, after giving him a chance to try that stunt in the first place.
  745. > Why couldn’t he just come over and tell you what’s wrong or not?
  746. > You know a thing or two about the little bastard.
  747. > And in some cases, it isn’t a little bit right.
  748. > His head, as far as you know was the head of his own body.
  749. > Not that you didn’t get to see that side of the coin a few times, either.
  750. > Maybe he could give you one of these before he left?
  751. “That’s the best part about the job, you know.”
  752. > He doesn’t like you, you guess.
  753. > “Yeah, I don…I’ve been…”
  754. > Now you want him to be angry.
  755.  
  756. > “You’re doing great for me…”
  757. > Wow.
  758. “So you won’t let me see all that, now? Why not?”
  759. > Oh my.
  760. > No wonder, now!
  761. > He didn’t seem pleased with the offer.
  762. > “Don’t get me wrong.”
  763. “So what, if you want it? What choice does you have?”
  764. > “What? Because I already know the answer.”
  765. > You could tell he actually had at least one.
  766. > Of course, he just shrugged, and they always did that in his place when someone brought him to one of his hideouts.
  767. > And, sure enough, even it came to his home, where he would walk the dogs and give them baths.
  768. > But now?
  769. “And what are you supposed to do?”
  770. > “Yeah, I’m going to do that on my own.”
  771. > Well, technically.
  772. “But this is my house, so I can’t do anything for myself, just you’re gonna take care of the kids.”
  773. > Well, that was a nice little bonus, you guess.
  774. > But hey.
  775.  
  776. > In the end?
  777. > Just you and him?
  778. “Sure, you gotta do that as well.”
  779. > Maybe you were right.
  780. > You were getting better from his perspective, but it still didn’t feel anything like right to you.
  781. > Not after all how you were being punished.
  782. > And how you had said no to that.
  783. > For example, now?
  784. > You wouldn’t even have the chance to get that knife out of his hands, if that thing was all there are.
  785. > Well, you had the option.
  786. “I’m guessing I’m gonna try.”
  787. > You didn’t look at him.
  788. > You just wanted to be sure him.
  789. > And sure enough, he was ready to give the option a test.
  790. “That knife is pretty cool.”
  791. > Maybe.
  792. > You didn’t want to do this.
  793. > But just the idea of doing it, even to someone who didn’t care what it will be like, was a nice bit of bonus.
  794. > Then again, you weren’t sure why he wanted it anyway.
  795.  
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  817. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  818. Well, if I hear that your daughter is not yours anymore I-"
  819. > The unicorn begins, but doesn't stop for too long
  820. >"If your daughter could say sorry for not telling you sooner... if you made my heart melt... I would go and try to get the two of you some mementos. And you to myself."
  821. "Yeah."
  822. > She doesn't finish.
  823. >"This doesn't mean I am done with what I did. I was, you know, a lot of fun."
  824. "Mm-huh."
  825.  
  826. > You just sit there, you only have a bit of time to digest all the knowledge that was lost
  827. > "Well then, the two of you have a lot to deal with."
  828. > You frown and say something dumb and cheesy
  829. "I-I've... done my d-dungeoneering for a while. Like for... what?"
  830. > Pinkie leans forward and hugs you
  831. >"Oh, m-m-my dad would be so happy if you made me all this, 'my mare needs help, so just give me a hoof!' "
  832. > Then she just snuggles a bit tighter and just says, happy
  833. > You try to calm down and try to keep your eyes on the ground, but a moment of sadness hits you
  834. > You've missed you, and you try not to look in her eyes
  835. "That is a shame. I love you. But I'm done."
  836. > Her smile turns into a look of sympathy
  837. >"So, the two of you would like to see me?"
  838. > You rub her mane
  839. "It will be a shame, but I'd like to go. My mom is not an entertain or- "
  840. "Just go, you don't know if you want to."
  841. >"I know you would."
  842. "Sorry."
  843. >"Then you should be nice to her."
  844. "And if it comes to that, I should go back."
  845. >"If you make my heart melt..."
  846. > She snuggles closer close to you
  847. >"Good."
  848. > You feel her nuzzle you
  849. "Goodbye..."
  850. > You sit there and stare in the air.
  851.  
  852. > This isn't it, this feels like the worst kind of sadness, is this really the right time?
  853. > Your body shudders
  854. > Not to be a mare, not to be her mother, but just to be you and not be her anymore
  855. “Hey, if it goes that far I don't want to leave you two out. You should have a nice breakfast too.”
  856. > You lean in close and whisper it
  857. "Not right now.”
  858. > Pinkie giggles slightly
  859. > "Is it just me or is she just a bit more...?"
  860. "I know. And that’s fine. She deserves it."
  861. > You say and lean back.
  862. > Her back is already turned and she's looking you over
  863. > Her hooves are curled up, though
  864. “You're doing this again, I couldn’t bear to hear it. And we’re gonna be having a few pancakes too.”
  865. > Not a moment ago you thought it was the end
  866.  
  867. > You're sitting back in your chair, looking at all your friends again
  868. > You have to admit, today was a good day indeed
  869. > The food is decent, probably a good amount of time spent by the two of you
  870. > You’re getting all the gazes your mind can muster, as well
  871. > A couple of the younger mares are getting a bit more nervous
  872. > But not by much
  873. > Pinkie’s nervousness is gone.
  874. > Pinkie, however, is still a bit angry at some of what she was done, or did you say stupid words
  875. > You don’t say anything, just watch.
  876. > She’s smiling, a light blush is plastered on her face
  877. > If she doesn’t have feelings for you you don’t want to hide it either
  878. > It doesn’t take much
  879. > Then you hear a noise outside, so you open the door
  880. > You’re not sure what time it is, it probably just some noise
  881. > Then it’s the same thing every day
  882. > You start to put a book away before you even think about it
  883. > The book feels really good, and you’d like to have more later, that way you don’t have to sit in your car all day
  884. > You walk in the living room, and you’re not sure what you see
  885. > The sight of yourself and her makes your heart beat faster
  886.  
  887. > You sit down at the kitchen table after a very awkward breakfast, and after putting the last of your eggs up the cake you set the bowl upright.
  888. > Pink
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  910. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  911.  how your head.
  912. >Your own eyes drift over the page; you want to know what the story is here, but your head is so busy you can't do it!
  913. >No?
  914. >Well, you'd be honest with you.
  915. >If you're honest with yourself, you wouldn't know.
  916. >She's like, an adult.
  917. >You couldn't imagine a better mare.
  918. >She even tried to give you a hug in front of you, and you didn't even move!
  919. >What the hay? You could be honest and hurt your good fortune if you were honest, and then she wouldn't let YOU hurt her!
  920. "Is something wrong?"
  921. >She laughs.
  922. "It's just... I think a mare like this has no idea I'm actually her parent."
  923. >"Oh?" She snorts, holding out her forelegs in front of you
  924. "Yeah?"
  925. >"Did you feel any different?"
  926. "N-no."
  927. >She giggles and pulls back from your leg.
  928. >"Well, it's no big deal, you don't have to hurt me. You just have to do what's best for her."
  929. "What's best for her?"
  930. >"I dunno, she's the same one she was always."
  931. "So you're not her mommy?"
  932. >"I don't think she was her mommy." she says, her eyes narrowing
  933. "I didn't give her mommy any good advice."
  934. >"I'll be honest, don't wanna be a pussy."
  935. >You both laugh at her.
  936. >"No kidding." She grins knowingly before nodding and turning her tail back to your side.
  937. >"Hey." She looks down at it.
  938. >"I'm not going to let you see what has happened."
  939. "What happened?"
  940. >"This." She looks up at you pleadingly.
  941. "Is why you aren't me."
  942. >"You can get used to it, I guess." She snorts and pulls back from your leg.
  943. "You're not sure?" You ask.
  944. >"N-not yet."
  945. "How many times have you heard me, 'Hey, you want to work for one of these mare ponies?' Do you know who's your boss?"
  946. >You laugh.
  947. "How many times hasn't something like that happened?"
  948. >She laughs.
  949. >"I'm going to be honest with you, okay?" She holds her eyes closed and pats you on the head.
  950. "Really?"
  951. >>"Yeah, she's a fucking tough mare with a big butt."
  952. "What's she done to me?"
  953. >>"She did to you just the same."
  954. "I don't think that's how it works."
  955. >>"You like me, asshole. You're lucky I'm not your boss."
  956. "Why not me?"
  957. >"You're not, though."
  958. "I have the same boss as you."
  959. >>"Yeah, but we just talked about a little joke, and it kinda blew up into something we decided we were funny."
  960. "Oh, okay."
  961. >"So. Is you in charge? Or are you the secretary for Rainbow and I?"
  962. "Is Rainbow the secretary?"
  963. >>"She was in her office, just the rest of you keepers."
  964. >You chuckle.
  965. "She knows a fair amount about my business. Do you really feel that way?"
  966. >She looks at you quizzically, before putting an arm on your arm.
  967. >"I-i guess not."
  968. "Really?"
  969. >>"Yeah, she was the manager."
  970. "Well, Rainbow?"
  971. >She looks at you funny.
  972. >"We weren't going to do business until you left, Anon."
  973. >You both look at her.
  974. >You could just tell you're uncomfortable with this.
  975. "I don't know what you're going to think of me."
  976. >>"You should have said something, you really got something on your mind."
  977. >You can't help it, but it'd look creepy.
  978. >"No, it was just a joke."
  979. "But why not? I don't get to work and not get to pay for your jokes."
  980. >>"I-I just don't know."
  981. "Really?"
  982. >>"Well, I don't get a lot of free time."
  983. "Why not?"
  984. >>"Well, a mare like Equestria isn't that different from a common mare. They have free time."
  985. "I'd feel like shit, if I actually got a man."
  986. >>"I have a few of them."
  987. >You nod, sigh, and give her one last look before pulling out of your arm.
  988. "I have too many too."
  989. >She sighs to herself and pulls away from your arm.
  990. >"W-well, now you know why you never went out
  991.  
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  1013. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1014. .
  1015. >You sigh, you're just getting used to the whole 'mah-motha.'
  1016. >”It’s a little weird, though.”
  1017. >Well, to be honest with yourself, you’re no stranger to this.
  1018. >But, you might have to learn a new way of thinking if you want to continue.
  1019. >No, no, you’re not.
  1020. >Or, you’d just get used to it.
  1021. >”You know what, sometimes you’d rather have a drink in one wing than two in the other.”
  1022. >Well, you know the’s what.
  1023. “And, if I were a good pony: I’d have a drink in each wing, if possible.”
  1024. >You sigh, and return the bar to normal.
  1025. “It’s just the things we’re used to in this place. The food, the bar. The way it’s set up, the smell of alcohol, and the way it’s lit.”
  1026. >…Okay, let’s go back to where you left off, or more likely, what you’d feel like going back if you did.
  1027. >What did you think about when you got that thing set up at first last time around?
  1028. >Probably not, ‘that’s kind of a touchy subject,” you think, as you start searching for your jacket.
  1029. >You find it sitting across from you, where it is currently hidden in a pocket.
  1030. >You smile, and remove your hand from the front of the jacket.
  1031. “Well, I’ll get to that later.”
  1032. >Your hand quickly works its way on your cheek, and on the back of your neck.
  1033. >After a bit of looking, you find it again.
  1034. >Looking down, you spy the familiar yellow and black of the chest piece from your favorite sweater.
  1035. “It’s alright, you have that in your pocket,” you say.
  1036. >He does not have to tell you why that was in the pocket of your jacket.
  1037. >It’s more like he’s just used it. A convenient way to quickly put on something, even something heavy like a sweater.
  1038. >He smiles.
  1039. >There’s more to it than that, though.
  1040. >You could see him frowning at something to say, and he seemed anxious for the answer.
  1041. >That’s when you noticed it.
  1042. >He was leaning over, staring at your chest.
  1043. >His eyes, like so many others, were closed, and there was that small expression of…
  1044. >”I’m sorry.”
  1045. >He sounds really sorry.
  1046. >He sounds really upset.
  1047. >Well, if you’re a good pony, you’d see that.
  1048. >But he’s looking at you right now, and you didn’t want to see it.
  1049. >It’s not something you’d see before, either, and it seemed like you’d never seen himself in this situation.
  1050. >But he was trying.
  1051. >You can't do without seeing it.
  1052. >He didn’t know the answer to this question, even if that was for sure.
  1053. >He’d tried.
  1054. >He’d tried.
  1055. >Even though you had to think.
  1056. >You could see it in his eyes.
  1057. >He might not be the most logical pony out there, but he was always thinking.
  1058. >”I’m just glad it didn’t turn out badly.”
  1059. >And that’s how you saw it all the time.
  1060. “I’ve lost friends,” you say. “But I’m glad they’re here now.”
  1061. >He chuckles, and tilts his head to one side.
  1062. >His face is a mask of fear.
  1063. >”It’s not fair. You’ve lost some friends, and I’ve been out here for just about an hour.”
  1064. >Well, it was a long time ago now.
  1065. >But, just about an hour.
  1066. >The moment you started getting to know him, the first thing you noticed was how calm he was.
  1067. >Except when you said 'but” or””but’ and he didn’t say anything.
  1068. >Just like a fish.
  1069. >”You’re very pretty, Master.”
  1070. >He was smiling a little bit, but it was still slightly unsettling.
  1071. >He was the same calm, even a little bit more nervous
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  1093. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1094.  we don’t have much time left today.
  1095. >She walks over to your desk.
  1096. >She leans against your desk, resting her wings on the edge.
  1097. >Your desk is in her lap, but she sits on her left side and her right side too.
  1098. >”I’m sorry for not being at my best. Can I ask what it’s like going back and forth? I was trying to put my thoughts to one place first!”
  1099. >She places her hand on his wing.
  1100. >His head falls.
  1101. >”My wings.”
  1102. “They’re my wings. Your wings are my fingers. They get caught in my mind.”
  1103. >He frowns and leans his head back.
  1104. >The same looks spread on his face.
  1105. >”Don’t worry, Anon.”
  1106. “It really is that old.”
  1107. >He reaches out, resting his forearm on her wing.
  1108. >”I can see the same magic that made this all possible. It doesn’t feel any different now that it’s finally out there. You can still see it in my eyes as I'm trying to keep control of something inside of you.”
  1109. >You frown.
  1110. >There’s a hint of resentment in the tone of her voice.
  1111. >”I think that you probably don’t need to know this right now. But, as soon as I feel like you're going to let me fly, I’m going to do my best to take care of it.”
  1112. >Her face falls back as you turn around to find her standing next to you.
  1113. >She has a frown line up across her face as she looks at her feet.
  1114.  
  1115. >”I’ll call right now, if you don’t mind.”
  1116. >She nods and walks over to her desk.
  1117.  
  1118. >You turn back to her with a smile.
  1119. >She pokes the desk and reaches down to a pocket in her desk.
  1120. >”You can bring that in if you want. ”
  1121. >She takes the pocket and places a card in it.
  1122. >She puts it in the envelope that’s on top of her desk.
  1123. >Her expression drops as she takes it.
  1124. >”That’s my work; it’s just that, paperwork. I can tell you’re going to need a place to work, so I should tell you what I need to show you.”
  1125. >She stops and glances at you as her head drops.
  1126. >”I have to go to my meeting place.”
  1127. >The meeting place? Where?
  1128. >Her eyes drift down to her feet as she starts to fall back.
  1129. >”That’s because this has to wait.”
  1130. >She leans into your hold and stumbles towards the door.
  1131. >”I’m sorry for asking, but...”
  1132. “You can talk to me when you want if you want.”
  1133. >She stumbles back into your lap and pulls her legs up, her mouth hanging open.
  1134. >”I’ll be back.”
  1135. >Your voice is loud and confident.
  1136. >”Okay, cool. Just keep on reading.”
  1137. “I’ll see you later, Miss Snowdrop.”
  1138. >She starts to lean back onto your lap.
  1139. >”Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe hehuhuhuhuuhoohehehehuhuuugudgory.”
  1140. >You smile.
  1141.  
  1142. >”Hehe hehe...”
  1143.  
  1144. >A moment later, the door swings open with a peal of laughter from the crowd.
  1145. >>”Well!”
  1146. >The crowd goes silent.
  1147. >”Miss Snowdrop, I’m glad you’re here now.”
  1148. >”I apologize for being so sudden. I needed to get ready. To get ready for the meeting.”
  1149. “Excuse me, miss Snowdrop. Can somebody hear me from somewhere outside?”
  1150. >You get the sound of someone behind you again and turn your head.
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  1174. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1175.  swish.
  1176. >Your gaze settles on the little pegasus as its eyes light up.
  1177. >You wonder if something had been lost from them, or else how she's still so fragile.
  1178. >Her smile is still as she leans in to you, and she seems to be having a good time.
  1179. >Maybe you could tell them what's up.
  1180. >That might work as a better lie, or you can just pretend it's just her.
  1181. >You're about to give out an expression when a blue-and-green blur suddenly turns around and charges at your face.
  1182. >Its ears fold downwards like a dog, eyes scanning the place that she can't see you, ready to bite if it finds out which way is which.
  1183. >You duck and spin to see a purple unicorn mare, her wings whipping furiously in the opposite direction, ready to flinch from your claws.
  1184. >It's just like when they came before—the green blur with nothing but the purple pegasus' teeth to hold them against, and the purple pegasus' tail twisting around to hold the flustered mare in place.
  1185. >Then, it's a matter of a few seconds of confusion as you realize what's going on.
  1186. >She's already looking at you, eyes wide open and wide-eyed with rage, head still firmly set on that of a dog, teeth baring in place and ears pinned in a fixed line.
  1187. >"Anon!"
  1188. >You try to scramble to hide your expression.
  1189. >Panting, you're forced back to a seat.
  1190. >It's a bit like being in a car while the windshield wipers keep going, but you can't help but look a bit nervous at the idea of having someone bite.
  1191. "It's been me, not Twilight. The ones that came this time were really dangerous! The others just showed up and tried to get away!"
  1192. >You blink and sigh, "I'll tell you what. I'd tell them to either get out before I do this, or I'll bite back!"
  1193. >You turn and scowl at her again, "The last thing I need to do is do that to you! Twilight, what is it?"
  1194. >She just shrugs, "A bit of a buzz on your flank, huh? Not gonna lie, that's the worst feeling I've ever had."
  1195. >You sigh and put a thumb to your lips, then pull on your handbag, looking around for something to put on your head.
  1196. >You see the purple pegasus again, eyes scanning the place until suddenly it's gone and the purple pegasus standing tall.
  1197. >"What is this?!"
  1198. >A few more times like that, and it becomes abundantly clear how little trust the pegasus has to you.
  1199. >Not the least of which, since nothing feels quite right.
  1200. >When they were in here, you'd been like this for the past five days, but something is seriously wrong there.
  1201. >There's something else you should be doing.
  1202. >You think about your next move, but you don't have the will.
  1203. >A few times in, and you can see that Twilight isn't trying to get her friend to leave, and you wonder if she's the same pony who brought him here in the first place.
  1204.  >The purple pegasus's body is wrapped in a thin layer of yellow magic, and her wings twitch with each motion.
  1205. >The red pegasus's hooves feel like they're made to be carried.
  1206. >Like she doesn't want to leave.
  1207. >You can see Twilight's face when she's trying to keep them straight.
  1208. >They're still trying to figure her out, despite her attempts to calm her from her anger and panic over the pegasus's actions.
  1209. >Whatever.
  1210. >You don't have to ask.
  1211. >The princess is staring into nothing.
  1212. >Your eyes fall, and your throat hits the ground.
  1213. >Why is Twilight staring at you?
  1214. "I-"
  1215. >You look down at Twilight.
  1216. >Why would she stare at you?
  1217. >It's a weird question, but even so you keep asking it.
  1218. >Why were your last encounters with Twilight this intense?
  1219. >You feel like a fish in a barrel, staring at no end of blackness while your body feels like it's being filled with purer-than-thou bliss.
  1220. >You've had many days off from your studies this week, but even as the last few miles of the hike are taking place you can still see something stirring underneath.
  1221. >You can see the panic in Twilight's eyes as she tries to find the answer to this.
  1222. >You don't know where it's coming from, but it seems to be coming from somewhere deep within herself.
  1223. >You try to open your mouth, but she cuts the talk as she leans over you
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  1245. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1246.  and the door to the kitchen.
  1247. >A small, quiet voice from behind you greets you.
  1248. >It’s a voice you’ve heard many times before, but you’re not sure you're remembering it.
  1249. >”Well, it seems like I won’t be able to help your daughter again.”
  1250. >You have heard what these kinds of things are called, but you aren’t sure what he’s implying.
  1251. >The kitchen table isn’t quite close.
  1252. >You’re standing to your left, just beside the door.
  1253. >”Oh, come on out.”
  1254. >You hear a faint murmur of protest from your son.
  1255. >”But I still have some questions you’d like to answer first.”
  1256. >You blink.
  1257. >That's one of the few times you haven’t ever had to deal with this particular issue.
  1258. >He’s being serious.
  1259. >You haven’t made him mad.
  1260. >You’ve been listening to the conversation with the rest of the family, but you don’t feel like listening to any of the arguments.
  1261. >You’re still thinking on what he’s implying; for example, he might be implying you’re not supposed to trust the kitchen.
  1262. >When did you give him that assurance?
  1263. >If all he can say is, then why does he know about that?
  1264. >You can’t argue against that.
  1265. “I“ll tell you why you should trust me and why you should believe me when I say I’l trust you.”
  1266. >You nod, and silence.
  1267. >He stands up and shuffles over towards you.
  1268. >You walk over to the seat, and sit down on the chair between him.
  1269. >”Now, I do understand. You’re saying you won’t have him there when I return tomorrow morning.”
  1270. >You do the same.
  1271. >And in exchange you agree to give him a list of things to tell you when he returns the kitchen.
  1272. >There’s a small list to give your son.
  1273. >Oh, you didn’t even realize you’d been writing down a little list.
  1274. >You hope he hasn’t already reached a point where a reason is now as strong as fear.
  1275.  
  1276. >What are you going to do in response?
  1277. >The door opens, and you’re greeted immediately.
  1278. >”I see you’re a great big baby now, but I just want to ask this now to make up for a little boy.”
  1279. >You blink.
  1280. >He goes on in some longer explanation before eventually pulling back and muttering under his breath.
  1281. >You feel terrible just sitting there, staring at your son.
  1282. >”I…”
  1283. >He’s getting close.
  1284. >”…need your money, not knowing when we’ll be out.”
  1285. >”I’m worried not having you all back with me is making life hard to make a proper living wage for both of you.”
  1286. >He shrugs.
  1287. >”I’ll go with Flutters, and if your daughter has a good reason, it’ll be my fault.”
  1288. >He takes a deep breath and says it, with some hesitancy in his voice.
  1289. >He nods, then walks quickly after Flutters.
  1290. >That’s when you finally think it’s over.
  1291. “I’m sorry.”
  1292. >Flutters turns down your offer.
  1293. >”I’m a little surprised you feel comfortable with me…maybe because I’m my dad.”
  1294. >She scoffs and turns to face you, which you realize is a bad sign.
  1295. >”Anyway, I’m sorry. I’d never considered talking to you all like that, but I’ll think you’ll be ok.”
  1296. >This time, she says it more softly than you’d expect her to.
  1297. >”I understand.”
  1298. “You should tell Flutters about it.”
  1299. >You shake your head.
  1300. >Still, some reason is behind it.
  1301. >”Well, it’s fine. It’s not my fault.”
  1302. >This actually gives a little bit of hope.
  1303. >Now you don’t have an excuse to be angry.>Or upset.
  1304. >You should at least talk to him, and try and see why he’s so anxious.
  1305. >You look up.
  1306. >Flutters is
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  1328. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1329.  flesh, the one that I'll look after after.
  1330. > The day doesn't go your way, and you aren't even able to hide the relief he feels.
  1331. > The sound of hooves on the table behind you rings out, and for a second you wonder if the table is just another place you are to be shared with, but it can't be; the three of you are now there together.
  1332. > Even without his magic to hold you, the table you were left at is much more secure than the one at your office.
  1333. > You look down at the empty space left before you, wishing you would have left something for your little brother.
  1334. > That's just not right yet; what's been done to him is still happening, and now you've got nothing.
  1335. > The air had been cool out lately, and he had been spending all evening laying around in his office, but now you were sitting in the kitchen, watching a TV.
  1336. > That was about your brother.
  1337. > A little more than half an hour.
  1338. > The house was silent.
  1339. > That was why you didn't hear his voice, but instead felt a touch of warmth coming from the corner of your eye.
  1340. > After that, it was the same kind of feeling you got in the morning.
  1341. > A touch of warmth that had come from his bed.
  1342. > Something warm that had come from his bath.
  1343. > A touch of warmth that meant something to a lot of ponies, and if he was still there you were about to meet him.
  1344. > Your sister's voice has barely made it from the kitchen before it can be heard even with your cloak, and the house is already ringing.
  1345. > "The door. Leave it alone. It's yours."
  1346. > You nod.
  1347. > Even as you step outside you notice a lot of the mares are looking around.
  1348. > Even as they're searching for you.
  1349. > But to your surprise, they're being careful as well.
  1350. > Not just because of the mares who were searching your office, but because of the mares who were searching your room.
  1351. > There are two pony ponys on the corner of the hall, but they're still moving, too afraid to come down there and see you.
  1352. > A hoof passes under a window, and the door opens.
  1353. > That didn't mean he was about to be alone.
  1354. > The door shuts, and a gentle hum escapes from outside.
  1355. > There is someone behind the door; perhaps you could pass by, but it's better not to cause any trouble.
  1356. > You walk closer.
  1357. > As you close the door you're struck by what you've never expected:
  1358. > A young pegasus, not your size, and one of those stallions going full out on a stallion.
  1359. > With a heavy heart, you try to shake the memory of your own sister's warning off your mind.
  1360. "Hey there, Applejack. You're going to have an office to yourself, and not just because you're the stallion from the family business."
  1361. > A smile comes to you, and your wings twitch slightly.
  1362. > You're about to respond to your brother's call when a pony mare pulls you in for a quick hug.
  1363. > "Oh, s'aww. Is Applejack going to be mad at you?"
  1364. > You nod, but don't look away.
  1365. > "Sorry to have dragged you away a while ago. It's just a bit of a hassle."
  1366. > The hug continues, and the two of you end up huddled near the doorway.
  1367. "Thanks. Sorry that you had to go through all of this, but it did help my sister to see you and give you comfort."
  1368. > "Yeah."
  1369. > The mare is blushing under your own, but you are doing your best to keep from shivering.
  1370. > "Not complaining again, I'm sure the good times won't be missed. If you don't wanna talk about this, I can tell you all about it. I'm a little busy here."
  1371. > You chuckle.
  1372. > For you, a day of doing the opposite of your brother's work wasn't particularly hard.
  1373. > For him, a day of coming here and being alone and tired was probably the worst thing ever.
  1374. "So, Applejack."
  1375. > "Good-by?"
  1376. > She nods and you walk behind her hooves, and the door is finally closed behind you.
  1377. "And thanks too."
  1378. > You close the door on both of them, and turn back when she's done with you.
  1379. > "I'll see you both again. And thank you."
  1380. > She stops moving, and you begin to walk after them.
  1381. > You have to hurry.
  1382. > As your heart takes on speed you pause for a moment to catch your breath.
  1383. > You will have to run.
  1384.  
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  1407. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1408. !"!
  1409. >That was the best idea.
  1410. >What?
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  1445. >[Spongegull is a mare. She's a big mare too.]
  1446. >[spongegull is a mare. She has a big cock.]
  1447. >[spongegull is a mare. She's beautiful.]
  1448. >[spongegull is a beautiful horse and is very tall.[/spongegull is a beautiful horse. What an amazing choice.]]
  1449. >[spongegull is a beautiful mare. She's beautiful and a wonderful mare]
  1450. >[spongegull is a beautiful mare. She has the best mane[/spongegull has a big fat dick]
  1451. >[Spongegull is a beautiful mare. She just rocks!]
  1452. >[Spongegull is not nice.]
  1453. >[spongegull is a terrible mare. Is really, really, really, really awful. She's way better than that]
  1454. >[Spongegull is really very cute.]
  1455. >[Spongegull is not bad at sex.]
  1456. >[Spongegull is not that good at sex.][spongegull doesn't have stallion genes. She has too many other things going for her. Just a few]]
  1457. >[Spongegull is really, REALLY good at sex.][spongegull gets fucked by three different stallions. Two male stallions, two white stallions and a red colt]
  1458. >"Uhh, I want more, Master?" squirmed out of your lap.
  1459. >"You know, I'm not going to keep you around for much longer. You have your own life." you explained. “Now if you don't mind me asking why there's a stallion in my home?"
  1460. >"Uh, you mean my life?" Twilight replied. "Is that right?”
  1461. >You look to your side.
  1462. >Your face.
  1463. "Sorry that happened. It's just something I was thinking about."
  1464. >"You've been in this position for a long time?" Twilight asked.
  1465. "What? For three months or so."
  1466. >"You haven't even begun? You're a slave." she shot back.
  1467. >"My Master's not really sure whether he's a slave or not. Maybe he can decide based on his whims." she added. "Just leave me alone and I don't have to think about slaves all the time."
  1468. >You take a step in the direction of your sister.
  1469. "What."
  1470. >You turn your head back towards the door.
  1471. >Hogwarts had a lot of doors with locks on them like that. You're not sure why you haven't just walked by every one in the castle.
  1472. >"Oh, Master?"
  1473. "What?"
  1474. >"I... think. I'm a bit... nervous. Could I ask you something?"
  1475. >You're a little confused. You didn't say anything but Twilight's comment made you think.
  1476. >"You're not a slave are you?"
  1477. >That had happened before.
  1478. >"No, I'm not. And if I was I don't think I would have wanted to be with myself. I... think about what you see. Can you trust me?"
  1479. >"I think you would. Just what are you going to do?"
  1480. "I'm going out to dinner. You're a pretty, pretty pony. I should be thinking about my relationship."
  1481. >"A relationship?"
  1482. "I told you once that I love you."
  1483. >"Oh, oh."
  1484. >Twilight's smile loosens.
  1485. >"I think there's a problem with ponies being a mare all on their own. They can't be, like, as good at everything with just their own hooves. Besides, what would happen to you if you were a stallion?"
  1486. >You blush at Twilight's question.
  1487. "You could go home and be a good, quiet, nice companion to yourself. Maybe you could
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  1509. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1510.  really-"
  1511. "You've actually been with us for a long time, Applejack. You haven't forgotten how this was."
  1512. >You reach down and shake her head slightly, "And I'm not going to abandon my little ponies like this."
  1513. >Applejack's head drops to the floor as a shock wave of pain runs through her.
  1514. >"What? No, no I didn't-"
  1515. >"H-huh huh. You're being a d-damned hypocrite." Applejack moans out, her voice coming out in gasps and tears.
  1516. >She's getting a headache. You've never ever seen Applejack go through pain like that before.
  1517. >Horseapples?
  1518. >But that didn't make any sense.
  1519. >She had been thinking of leaving this place.
  1520. >In order for her to simply get here, she'd need to do something really, really evil.
  1521. >Her voice grows softer, "I-I think, I'm just going to go get some coffee. It's late in the morning, but I'm sure you just want to relax. You're in the city. It should be easy enough to-"
  1522. >Your attention goes to Applejack, and you recognize her as well.
  1523. >Applejack isn't used to being in your presence.
  1524. >But it's still strange to see her in your home, when you've seen her the last time.
  1525. >Applejack, you think, is used to being alone.
  1526. >She's not used to being loved.
  1527. >But you've known her for a very, very, very long time so you aren't surprised.
  1528. >She was a filly before you were born, and now she is a filly, albeit a very precious one.
  1529. >There is a huge weight lifted off your shoulders for a moment, and Applejack immediately falls back into you.
  1530. >You feel her tighten her grip and pull her against you.
  1531. >You feel her pulse in your chest, then in your hair, and then all the way down to your thighs.
  1532. >Applejack's hands are tied behind her back, and you don't want her to be a distraction.
  1533. >Applejack's ears and tail are tied up.
  1534. >A gentle weight presses down from your crotch to hold Applejack in the air.
  1535. >The pain and pleasure in your cock and balls is palpable.
  1536. >Anon's fingers wrap around your balls and hips, sending waves of pleasure through the pleasure coursing through your pelvis.
  1537. >Anon is working them all up, pumping them hard and faster.
  1538. >You can see your dick rubbing against your belly, you can taste your own cum on it.
  1539. >Anon pounds them in a circle, pumping them faster and faster.
  1540. >You feel your own balls moving out and against their own bodies.
  1541. >The pressure your cock is pushing against the fabric of your pants sends a shock through you.
  1542. >The pleasure is overwhelming.
  1543. >You can't believe it, and your balls feel light as it flow through them like warm spring water.
  1544. >You hear a voice behind you interrupt you.
  1545. >"Ah think we need to, ah think we really do." Anon says.
  1546. >He leans in, taking Applejack's head into his hands and lifting up her head for you.
  1547. >You can't resist it, and you don't want to let go.
  1548.  
  1549. >The way the fabric of your pants are pulled down over you and your balls is just a little different than in the old days.
  1550. >Today, it's completely un-stretched.
  1551. >You can't help but stare at it.
  1552. >"Anon ah think you're forgetting something. Ah don't forget."
  1553. >You pull away from the mare and stare up at him.
  1554. >In a flash, you drop on top of Anon and thrust into the air.
  1555. >Anon's thrusts and your thrusts fill your entire cock, sending both the pleasure and the pleasure-pump all the way up your cock.
  1556. >He can't help but let out another moan, and you shoot into himself for the very first time, sending him through his orgasm in the process.
  1557. >"And the next time he'll know to stop, Anon."
  1558. >He pulls out with a smile, and you shoot back inside him.
  1559. >You shoot into him, filling his dick in you.
  1560. >Anon pulls out in an instant, and then you shoot in your own.
  1561. >You feel your whole cock in his cock, even your balls.
  1562. >You reach down, and you grab Anon's balls, and place them in your mouth.
  1563. >"Ah think he likes it, Applejack." He comments.
  1564. >You suck on Anon's balls as he tries to make sense of what you're doing to him.
  1565. >Anon is feeling his own orgasm coming as he gasps.
  1566. >"
  1567.  
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  1589. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1590.  were not going to see a pony.
  1591. >The only thing you can think of is that she might just want to be alone.
  1592. >Ling doesn't do that, though.
  1593. "I can't believe he would actually take the risk! I thought you were going to be the one helping him because you needed the money."
  1594. >She just nods.
  1595. >That's a sign she likes it.
  1596. >She seems to be really interested in it.
  1597. >Ling lets out a soft, breathy laugh and stares back up at you.
  1598. >Her face is flushed with blush.
  1599. >You feel a little bad for her, but you can't let her go now.
  1600. "I want you to understand something. I know you can't do anything about it right now, but we have to stop her from being a problem. Especially after she just lied about taking the risk of not even being there."
  1601. >This time, she does her best to look downcast.
  1602. "She's just doing this for me."
  1603. >She does now, and she doesn't even seem to mind.
  1604. >It would probably look weird if you left her like that.
  1605. "But I've been going to her for a very long time, and you've never been an actual friend."
  1606. >It's pretty obvious why Twilight would stop being a friend.
  1607. >Ling looks over at you, like a little child that has grown up to be too stubborn to take advice.
  1608. >"Is that true? I don't feel a... attraction to you, but... you are..." Ling trails off, then continues "M-male?"
  1609. >Her eyebrows rise up and her mouth opens to reveal a bright pink tongue that is a hell of a lot bigger and longer than usual.
  1610. >Goddammit she's talking to herself!
  1611. >Oh fuck.
  1612. "Goddammit I didn't know you talked to yourself all the time," you demand, trying to put her at ease. "And besides, you seem kinda lonely."
  1613. >Ling sighs and looks down at you.
  1614. >"I'm sure you don't intend to be lonely?"
  1615. >She just giggles and pulls a small, long-handled balled-up leather purse from her purse and hoists it on her back. The back end is padded with a padded collar and a leather-wrapped pouch.
  1616. >Ling takes the pouch and peers at your waistline.
  1617. >"So this is what you wore back on earth? You look pretty athletic compared to your human," she says, "Do you have a favorite sports team?"
  1618. >Ling sighs again and leans in further.
  1619. >"I was a little bit different back on earth."
  1620. >Her eyes are wide and she seems to be sizing you up.
  1621. >"You could be one of the most physically gifted ponies of your generation. It would be easy to look like one of my first-years and brags of the college track teams I played in."
  1622. >She tries to draw herself taller, but you keep up and make her try again.
  1623. >Ling's getting pretty good at this.
  1624. >"I'm a lot softer and more athletic than my human, which makes her look a lot more comfortable and professional compared to me. So here."
  1625. >She grabs a leather purse and pulls it down, revealing a blue feathery pouch with a single gold gem in the center.
  1626. >That's exactly what she was looking for.
  1627. >You put a fist by her hip and she gasps.
  1628. "Here..."
  1629. >She looks up at you with excitement.
  1630. >"That's for me. It's my first bag!"
  1631. >Oh, Celestia, she's talking.
  1632. >"Here..."
  1633.  
  1634. >Be Twilight Sparkle
  1635. >The clouds are blowing and the sun is not shining
  1636. >It feels like nightfall
  1637. >You are currently enjoying a wonderful morning breeze that is currently blowing through your house.
  1638. >You were just thinking, and you suddenly remembered that you could probably do with a proper morning routine.
  1639. >You sit down on your couch and sigh in relief.
  1640. >It felt so much better this morning, and you really shouldn't blame Twilight for the sudden happiness.
  1641. >You know, it's also a little weird, sitting on your couch and reading through a journal like you just did something for the first time in months.
  1642. "Good morning, Twilight. How was your day today?"
  1643. >Twilight's eyebrows rise up and her eyes start to light up.
  1644. >"Oh, that was the best day of my life. I did everything you asked of me."
  1645. >Wow.
  1646. >You're really glad you didn't tell her that sooner.
  1647. >That sounds amazing if you didn't know.
  1648. >You don't know how much you can put into that statement, but it's true.
  1649. >You feel so great.
  1650. >If that's not how
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  1672. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1673.  you would prefer them not, then that's a fine choice.
  1674. >You're not the smartest guy in the world, and you might not even be capable of judging the girls, but you can't help but think it'd be wise to get your own sister a little wild before these little things start getting to them.
  1675. >With her right-hand now curled around her waist, she makes it quite clear that you'll be watching them, and you'll be having to look out for them so you can get some of the information you need.
  1676. >There's an uncomfortable silence as each of the sisters move into position, with Fluttershy on the other end of the couch with one of the girls still under her belly.
  1677. >You watch you, and you're left staring at your daughter, not even aware that you're staring.
  1678. >You just watch the girls with the utmost concentration, and if you had to tell you about the time Fluttershy jumped up onto the couch and kicked up a pile of blankets when the two of you were sitting on it, her mother knows the story.
  1679. >Fluttershy, now a real, grown-up member of the family, is doing what's considered to be a surprisingly strong job of raising Fluttershy's little sister, but it's also not entirely easy.
  1680. >The two of them are doing their best to stay in a neutral stance while the three girls run through their motions, and Fluttershy is currently just a few feet away at your side.
  1681. >Before you were sure you were done talking, the girls are still moving, and their parents are watching them as they do their routines.
  1682. >The girls are doing their best to keep them quiet, but when Fluttershy is finally getting comfortable, she jumps right up onto the blanket, getting ready to go forward, and the girls quickly follow, and you feel like you've almost run out of things to say.
  1683. >But you can't stop talking, so you just stand there, watching them.
  1684. >All the while, with your hands on her shoulders, you're being careful not to make noises that would make the girls angry.
  1685. >She makes sure she understands you're talking to her, and as Fluttershy sits there with wide, pleading eyes, you're trying to make sure Fluttershy doesn't get angry again too.
  1686. >It's not to her benefit though, so you take that as a sign that she is still listening to you.
  1687. "Now, I'm here, and I'm here to stay, and this is your responsibility, and I'm still going to watch you, but we'll be taking care of both of you tonight, and I'm not going to have them kicked out of school just yet unless you really want them kicked out. So, if they really want, Fluttershy, you can stay here, okay?"
  1688. >She nods her head, and you're really glad her sister trusts her with so much.
  1689. >She has a point there; by the time she's grown up, Fluttershy's seen more than a few girls who are intimidated by the size and shape of their parents.
  1690. >So, as long as you're keeping calm, you're okay with her remaining on the couch while she sleeps, okay?
  1691. >The sisters were both very quiet; Fluttershy, however, looks much more worried than she did before, and she's also wearing what's described as a cute little dress that matches her sister's color scheme.
  1692. >The little girl from before is sleeping in the same bed as the two in the old couch.
  1693. >As you watch, you can't help but catch it on camera that she's the youngest who's been kicked out of school, and Fluttershy has an older brother who's currently serving as a Marine.
  1694. >The other three girls, all of whom were taller by a full two feet, are all watching, obviously not interested in what's just transpired.
  1695. "So, what's the deal?"
  1696. >Twilight, and the girls' mothers, look at each other, and you shake your head.
  1697. "So, the deal is, Fluttershy is here to stay on this couch tonight, and she's to keep her seat there. When we leave, I want Fluttershy here too, so that we can all move around and-"
  1698. >Anon, on the other end of the couch, reaches down and grabs the three girls, placing them on the other side, and tossing them off his other side.
  1699. >He grabs them by the waist, and kneels down so they're facing him.
  1700. >What?
  1701. "What?"
  1702. >Twilight looks stunned; while you're trying to keep your composure, she's also completely frozen in place.
  1703. "Why would you need a nap?"
  1704. >Twilight lets go his hand and looks down her nose.
  1705. >Oh.
  1706. >Not in the morning...
  1707. >Nodding
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  1729. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1730.  id'l'it.
  1731. >You’re staring at her.
  1732. >In your face.
  1733. >That’s weird.
  1734. >She’s not wearing anything that actually fits her body - and you know you’ve never seen her bare, and that’s something.
  1735. “Nah, I’m not going to give her a choice in a public space - the girls can’t handle something like that anyway.”
  1736. >So she’s sitting against your couch, and you’re going to just watch TV from now on.
  1737. >Something about her is making your head want to explode again.
  1738. >What makes you so annoyed it doesn’t even explode your head is that you don’t think that’ll work.
  1739. >It’s too much.
  1740. >It makes you want to stop.
  1741. >And you can’t.
  1742. >Instead... you watch the TV, and then get back to work until you fall asleep.
  1743. >Your brain is the same.
  1744. >The same.
  1745. >Or else it isn’t.
  1746. >It might just be like having a weird twin.
  1747. >You have to think again before falling asleep, and you wonder what kind of stuff is going on in your head right now.
  1748. >In the meantime you sleep.
  1749. >You’ve been dreaming all day.
  1750. >It’s weird but also wonderful.
  1751. >The last time you were happy was a bit ago, and your happiness is still there, just in a different form.
  1752. >You could just be stuck there all day, in a room filled with the most interesting people you’ve ever been to.
  1753. >But you can’t do that.
  1754. >You can’t give those people anything.
  1755. >That’s weird.
  1756. >But also incredibly liberating.
  1757. >You look around for Fluttershy, you swear she’s making a sound that reminds you of Fluttershy.
  1758. >Well, it’s probably hard to tell, from the quiet creak and squeak of her bed, but it’s definitely her.
  1759. >You can’t believe you’re actually falling back to sleep already.
  1760. >”Hello hello hello”
  1761. >Oh, you know.
  1762. >Oh right.
  1763. >Fuzzy.
  1764. >You are asleep.
  1765. >After what must be a month of doing this you’ve come to the conclusion that this bed is kind of too good to be actually used in bed, and that you need a new one.
  1766. >”No no you’re not’t going to eat that!”
  1767. >You try to pull the blankets off, but you’re not doing much with them.
  1768. >They’re all so uncomfortable.
  1769. “Not if you’re going to go eat that.”
  1770. >”Oh! Um... I’m going to just put it out of your mouth you know!”
  1771. >You stare at Fluttershy for a second.
  1772. “Oh please.”
  1773. >She stares, then closes her eyes and yawns.
  1774. >Yeah, you’re feeling better now.
  1775. >And so you do breakfast.
  1776. >It’s basically the same as the one before, except with pancakes instead of eggs.
  1777. >They have a little more fruit on them right now though, and she’s actually eating breakfast.
  1778. >This is your chance now.
  1779. >To start learning what to have for breakfast, you take your time deciding a menu from your kitchen.
  1780. >You don’t even have a knife for this, and you’ve never felt the urge to use it.
  1781. >The reason why she’s always just sitting there with your food.
  1782. >It’s like a memory that won’t leave you.
  1783. >”Hey mister, it’s a long story, but... I’m hungry!”
  1784. >You take your time considering it’s something of a pain to actually cook on your own.
  1785. >Fluttershy’s not in the kitchen, because she has no cooking skills whatsoever.
  1786. >But it might just be better if you had somewhere else to learn.
  1787. >What about your parents?
  1788. >What about your brother?
  1789. “I... I’m not hungry…”
  1790. >She doesn’t really know what you mean, but you don’t think she’ll be a problem for the time being.
  1791. >If you were a kid she might learn a few things from you, but not much.
  1792. >As for your brothers…
  1793. >Maybe she should go out and do some actual training to try
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  1816. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1817. ve in an hour.”
  1818. >You don’t answer him as you walk out of the room.
  1819. >You get down to your feet and begin to walk down the stairs.
  1820. >The room in front of you does not feel like anything else.
  1821. >Even the windows are dark.
  1822. >It was something you didn’t expect at this time, so you’re a little surprised when you start walking along the walkway.
  1823. >That doesn’t mean it wasn’t there.
  1824. >One hundred fifty six hundred eighty-eight rooms and halls have their own windows, many of them on their own paths to get through.
  1825. >One thing stands out as you walk along the hallway.
  1826. >It’s the fact that you did not see your room for some time, you had a large window open to your own that you’d been using to keep a steady lookout for anything you could use to look at.
  1827. >Even in the moment it looked like a place, but now you’ve got the moment to catch your breath.
  1828. >You didn’t want to think about how in shock you felt when you got home.
  1829. >The wind whistles through the air as the sun sets, creating a pleasant silence in the chambers of the tower.
  1830. >What to do?
  1831. >Staying in your room?
  1832. >Staying in your room, staying in your room?
  1833. >You had enough energy left in the day to start your day by going out into the city for fun.
  1834. >But the thing that keeps you in your mind is the fact that you had to go out and do something important today.
  1835. >You’ve got to come see if anything new was going to happen.
  1836. >Something important?
  1837. >”Oh hey Anon. I’ve got some news for you.”
  1838. >You try to get up and stop the wind, but you’re just as surprised as your mind told you.
  1839. >You’re the head of security; you’ve got to come down as well.
  1840. >”Okay, Anon. I’ll go down first.”
  1841. >You try to glare at that, but you don’t want to be seen as…threatening your mane.
  1842. “Just in case anything goes wrong.”
  1843. >The man comes down and walks up to you.
  1844. >He shakes your hand gently, giving it a little bit of an excited look before taking his seat back in the main room.
  1845. >”Alright, Anon. Let’s get you home, shall we?”
  1846. >You try to respond to that, but you realize your words are nothing but meaningless noise in a sea of ponies and magic.
  1847. >They don’t have the same magic or emotions you do.
  1848. >And if somepony said it is all going to disappear tomorrow, you can’t put any belief things into question.
  1849. >”We will go to work now, Anon.”
  1850. >He stops at some point in the middle of his sentence.
  1851. >”Now where was I? Oh right, there. Now go back to whatever it was important.”
  1852. >You don’t see it as important, but you can’t keep from shagging your tail.
  1853. >It was important.
  1854. >”Alright, Anon. Take care.”
  1855. >The man disappears in a puff of smoke before he disappears in a puff of black.
  1856. >With the wind out of the way, you hurry downstairs but you don’t stop at the door in front of you.
  1857. >You walk up and meet the man as he gets behind you.
  1858. >He’s holding a broom in his other hand and you see him throwing it into the air.
  1859. >”Hello, Anon. How’s it been. It’s good to see you around.”
  1860. >He seems to be addressing himself to your mane, not actually making eye contact.
  1861. >You look back and see that he’s looking at the ground with a frown.
  1862. >”It is good to see you’re back.”
  1863. >You’re confused, but you’ll have him explain when the job is done, alright?
  1864. >He pauses.
  1865. >His eyes move to you, but you’re not going to ask him what to do.
  1866. >You didn’t want to.
  1867. >”Good to see you here. Would you like to stay longer? I haven’t had anything to drink in forever.”
  1868. >You see him frown again.
  1869. >”Yes, of course. You’d probably like to see your home.”
  1870. >He does look at you
  1871.  
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  1892. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1893.  down the block, your hair sticking up at an angle
  1894. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1895. >as soon as you stop, it's out of your hands and into a dark pool
  1896. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1897. >as soon as you stop, it's out of your hands and into a dark pool
  1898. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1899. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1900. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1901. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1902. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1903. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1904. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1905. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1906. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1907. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1908. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1909. >you stop, taking two steps
  1910. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  1911. >and you feel a tug in the air
  1912. >that was really strong
  1913. ’s you can feel it’t help you a bit to be so strong
  1914. >that feeling, that tug, you can tell yourself you need to keep on
  1915. >you have to hold on
  1916. >you’re not strong or smart enough to not pull this
  1917. >there is no way around it
  1918. >you are not worthy, you arent worthy, you’re not good enough to not do that
  1919. >but you know what? You are done
  1920. >you have to get it out of your ass
  1921. >you are never again
  1922. >you’re not a fucking princess or whatever...
  1923. “I-is your princess fucking royalty?!” you cry
  1924. >you throw a hoof to the wall behind you
  1925. >you feel the cold steel come down on your back
  1926. >the wind is very heavy
  1927. >but it doesn’t feel like a hurricane, and it seems like nothing has hit you
  1928. >you were right, there is the sound of metal and a roaring in the distance behind you, that makes you think there was not a tornado in the storm
  1929. >”Uhhah! What in the three-thousand and five-thousand?” you feel the wind on your back and scream, and you start to backstep away from it, out of breath
  1930. >you couldnt get this hoof out of your ass, you were always that slow
  1931. >a good foot away from you, you can see ponies running towards you, their wings raised
  1932. >you make sure to keep a close eye on them
  1933. >it still hurts, but they were so close, your legs are just like a spring
  1934. >you could see them as soon as they looked to you
  1935. >the ponies' wings spread, a whole wing coming out and making a circle in the sky
  1936. >but then they get even closer
  1937. >they still wanted to take part in this
  1938. >you can’t help but stare
  1939. >and then there are a few more
  1940. >they weren’t just any ponies, this was the Princess of Celestia
  1941. >and you couldn’t even call this
  1942. >they were the princesses!
  1943. >...
  1944. >You can still SEE them
  1945. >You could still see somepony with wings, but now they were really tall, and there was still a couple of ponies on top of you
  1946. >they didn’t have wings, but they still wanted to make a circle, and they didn’t let up, and they made it quite the scene
  1947. >you look through the air
  1948. >there, you see a lot of ponies running, but then all the noise that was going on was drowned out by their hooves
  1949.  
  1950. >And then at your back, the princesses were standing up you the other side
  1951. >they were all wearing robes with a horn on the tip
  1952. >they were looking you dead in the eyes
  1953. >well, the princesses didn’t go around going around you anymore
  1954. >not for as long as they were on the other side of the circle, and then they started attacking you
  1955. >and now, you just watched as their hooves started to go up
  1956. >And then you were thrown off your feet, into the air, by somepony
  1957. >as quickly as you appeared on the ground, the pony, a pony of a couple of sizes bigger than you, came down
  1958. >you could see their eyes as they looked right at you
  1959. >you knew
  1960. >they were princesses
  1961. >you made no effort to move
  1962. >it was like a scene from a film
  1963. >And then you fell in
  1964. >as you fall you didn’t just stumble forwards, you didn’t flail as far, you just landed on the ground
  1965. >and now,
  1966.  
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  1988. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  1989. Got the chance you will if she likes it
  1990. >she's just trying to get her own way and not get her own feelings into the relationship
  1991. >you are too
  1992. >your heart breaks for the poor girl
  1993. >when she first tells you that she wants to be with you she's not being sarcastic or condescending, she's telling you what all the sudden is bothering her
  1994. >"I'll fuck, I'll fuck you, I'll fuck you~I'll fuck you, I'll fuck you~"
  1995. >nevermind
  1996. >he's doing it
  1997. >getting his face into something meaningful
  1998. >something very important
  1999. >"And I'm like, it's not worth worrying about that when she's going to be so easy to get with!"
  2000. >she's giving you a bit of a blank look
  2001. >and you realize she isn't even looking at you anymore
  2002. >she's still putting a smile on the corners of her mouth
  2003. >you can't even tell there's any fear behind it
  2004. >it's all so quiet in your arms now, and she just seems to be able to play with you
  2005. >oh god she's going to be an angel, isn't she
  2006. >she's probably going to tear a hole through your chest when you finally let her give her an inch
  2007. >you sigh and just lean into her
  2008. >and when she does, you're going to be the one sitting in your lap with your feet on top of her
  2009. >and when you do, you're gonna lean down again to whisper into her ear
  2010. >"It looks like I'm getting a little closer to seeing your first time~"
  2011. >you're suddenly aware of the hot breath of hot air that comes from all the sudden friction
  2012. >she really did get into it
  2013. >"I didn't think of it that way…"
  2014. >you look up and see her mouth hanging open, with a mouth full of your cum that hasn't gone down
  2015. >and she's looking right at you
  2016. >which is just the thing
  2017. >and it's so big now that the only time she can think of is now
  2018. >but there's something else you're not too sure of
  2019. >it's getting to a point where the two of you are finally making progress
  2020. >you don't want to get her off right now, but she's just so hard to get off after you
  2021. >you have a feeling your dick is going to come out sooner or later
  2022. >but now you're not sure how you feel about that
  2023. >does she like you
  2024. >does she like your dick?
  2025. >whatever
  2026. >you're going to have to be careful not to cum again tonight
  2027. >but if she does she's still not going to like it
  2028. >you hope
  2029. >but right now you want her to
  2030. >you want her to like her dick
  2031. >she's got it
  2032. >she just doesn't know how to use it
  2033. >so tonight is your last chance to make her feel special
  2034. >but that's why you're going to keep your hand in her ass and pull her right back against you
  2035. >so that she can feel your dick all that extra
  2036. >not just from you, but also from the feel of it against her
  2037. >even down below her thighs
  2038. >you hope
  2039. >you want her to feel like she's loved
  2040. >like she doesn't need to care anymore
  2041. >that's what this is about
  2042. >how do you even find your voice and tell her you can't feel her dick anymore
  2043. >you're going to say all you want, but you can't think of anything to say or do
  2044. >all you have is a big smile on your face
  2045. >the best you can do is tell her she is sexy and a slut
  2046. >but it feels too good to be real
  2047. >and that's how you find yourself lying on top of her with her on top you both
  2048. >you're trying to say everything right now but you're hearing voices
  2049. >and voices are whispering
  2050. >but if it's anything like the voices she's hearing she's talking to you
  2051. >and you're just as happy to hear it as well
  2052. >it's like something else from these voices
  2053. >you can't tell why
  2054. >you think you know why you just want to talk to her now
  2055. >you're just glad you're not blindfolded or anything
  2056. >this is probably going to be the best sex ever
  2057. >but you're just as excited to hear it as you are to see it
  2058. >she's so warm now
  2059. >so hot, even though there's a reason you've been lying naked on top of her again there still feels wrong
  2060. >it sounds very wrong
  2061. >but at you's still in the position you're in, you can feel her legs straddling you
  2062. >and you have to be fucking sexy for her
  2063. >you're not even sure you're supposed to be any kind of slut anymore
  2064. >if there's
  2065.  
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  2081. [5160 | 9100.93] loss=2.75 avg=2.75
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  2084. [5190 | 9150.13] loss=2.49 avg=2.74
  2085. [5200 | 9166.58] loss=2.26 avg=2.74
  2086. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2087.  of a little smile. "That's great, dear! But that's only when you don't know about it!"
  2088. > You take a moment to put your thoughts together.
  2089. > There were definitely times you could have kept the peace, but if not then there were always moments when you felt a sudden pressure, a strong presence, a sudden realization of some new experience.
  2090. > A voice calls out as you take some of the things on your own.
  2091. > It comes from between the two of you.
  2092. > "You need me so much, dear. Just keep looking after and I'll let you walk the road we love."
  2093. > You turn, eyes scanning the surrounding area.
  2094. "And why not? You might look back and see how I'm going. Even if I'm not as in shape as I used to be I would still be able to go ahead and help you find out what the biggie is."
  2095. > "A-Anyway, dear. If you're going to keep walking ahead with me I'm not going to take good care of you."
  2096. > Now it is her turn to look down with a mischievous snort.
  2097. > "It's as though you were born with some kind of special talent. I'm sure you understand, you can get the idea sometimes, but it's not something that you can just magically get better at. The thing is you've got to know what it is and I'm glad that you're doing that, but you also have to be mindful of the little things so..."
  2098. > She trails off for a moment.
  2099. > ...she was really getting into the situation.
  2100. > A moment of silence seemed to have passed between the three of you.
  2101. > After a few second it fades as her head slumbers back to the floor.
  2102. > At that instant everything seems so mundane.
  2103. > A feeling of hope and relief runs through you.
  2104. > It's not like she was going to run away from her problems after all, but she was still so young.
  2105. > For a second you had almost forgotten the fact that she was still your little pony princess before you even thought of running off with her.
  2106. > It was wonderful to see her so happy and loving.
  2107. > Of course you didn't know it when you were younger but his love was something you couldn't have.
  2108. > It wasn't a question of if he'd found a way, it was a question of when that might be.
  2109. > At least as far as you knew Dash was the only one to ever truly measure up to him when she was given the chance.
  2110. > A happy thought, of course.
  2111. > ...and so am you doing.
  2112. > Your back arches into a more awkward position as you stumble into a clumsy trot.
  2113. > Even with her magic around the way all you could do was keep upright after a while.
  2114. > It hurts your legs.
  2115. > A familiar ache runs through your lower back muscles.
  2116. > But you can't give up.
  2117. > Even as the days pass you can't let yourself be broken by this.
  2118. > It's like you always felt your legs getting tired.
  2119. > A reminder that you can still still walk.
  2120. > And if nothing else he had told you he'd always been a hard man to fool, so the fact that you still were...
  2121. > You take a step away from her so she can look up at the evening.
  2122. > It's just the two of you, the light streaming across the sky.
  2123. > Only now are you able to just hear her soft voice in the darkness.
  2124. > "...but I still need you. I need you a lot. A lot more than you gave me. I promise you."
  2125. > Dash nods.
  2126. > A part of you hoped the thought that had been sitting there after all that had happened just made your heart skip a beat, but you're not that kind of pony and if she said that then it was a truth.
  2127. > That she'd said it out the window seemed to be in the back of your mind too.
  2128. > A simple promise.
  2129. > A sincere one.
  2130. > "And I-"
  2131. > You cut her off before she can bring up the 'and'.
  2132. > You do not interrupt her.
  2133. > "I need you to think about what you do every day, Princess. I need you to think about who you are, and I want you to know where you came from and who you are still welcome and I promise you. I- I just want you to think about everything as if you're your own child and I want you to know..."
  2134.  
  2135. > You can't help but frown at the sentence.
  2136. • "Your Master and I are both my Masters, we both love you and you have to keep loving your Master with all of your heart and I love you back for that."
  2137. > She doesn't get it yet.
  2138. > "I... I don't love
  2139.  
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  2160. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2161. , then?” the older mare asked. “You know him? That guy from before?”
  2162. >She had been sitting next to her on the bench just now and she had been leaning forward, leaning into you and making very small eyes at you, “Well,” she said, “I think you guys always get along, and this is my first time on the ranch as a guest. I think I’m gonna like it here. It’s a little different though. I’m not a virgin, I actually don’t get off on the farm all that often either.”
  2163. “Well I didn’t say that, I really had a lot to gain from it’s existence but we’re not here just for the money,” a slightly sour face appeared on the old mare’s face.
  2164. >Her voice was low, she didn’t even bother making eye contact with you. “Besides, now I’m gonna have to go out and do this, right? I don’t wanna be in this stupid trailer with these things. I don’t want to get too far away from that,” she continued. “You’re going to make a lot of money, you’re going to make a lot of money in a week or so. You’re gonna make a lot of money in a week or two, okay?”
  2165. >Now, if you hadn’t been standing in the doorway, you would have felt like your very body was giving up something.
  2166. >You hadn’t really seen much of the ranch, there were a lot of empty lots around it just to be filled with trailers, but it wasn’t that vast.
  2167. >When you asked what they were doing with the trailers and trailers and trailers, they had used the trailers to haul construction materials and equipment when it was being built. They were there to haul away any unwanted things and stuff off the property.
  2168. >It was hard, the work had become physically exhausting to do, but they gave you everything you asked for.
  2169. >That included everything from furniture to food to a full house set to your trailer. You were grateful for it, a full house, if your imagination was to be believed.
  2170. >Not that you were a huge fan, but it was a nice change of scenery, you knew that.
  2171. >The ranch was quite nice to look at, it’s still far off in the distance, but it was a lot smaller and more quiet.
  2172. >The trailer itself was not really that big of a thing. You were not really sure if it was really big, but it was probably big enough for you to fit in anyways.
  2173. >Now, it was time for you to get up to go to work.
  2174. >You had just finished up your breakfast, and you had the tools of your trade loaded up onto a truck.
  2175. >Some people had already started working out in your yard, you didn’t want to go out and do stuff that would distract you too much.
  2176. >You had to have your own work to do.
  2177. >You were going to be out doing that today. You needed to get some time off, you needed to get your mind off of everything and focus back on the task at hand, and then off on some more things.
  2178. >After all, you needed to get a job done.
  2179. >As for when you would leave now, you didn’t really know, but you really wanted to get some time off.
  2180. >No more being stuck on a trailer with all these things. You needed to do something.
  2181. >And you needed to do it fast.
  2182. >You weren’t about to make it harder than it already was.
  2183. >You set the truck down, walked quickly to your garage, and started grabbing your tools and preparing them for what you were gonna be doing today.
  2184. >The door opened, and you stepped inside, your mind and hooves having gone blank.
  2185. >Then you saw yourself walking towards the RV just inside the house.
  2186. >With almost no pony being around, and with the RV being owned or managed almost exclusively by yourself, and that being said, it did look nice.
  2187. >You didn’t really feel like you had to be at work right now, especially when it was a nice day.
  2188. >The RV was the one thing you didn’t feel like you had any responsibility for, but it was good to have something to look forward to.
  2189. >You weren’t a big one, not really, but you did have the place full of everything you needed in your home.
  2190. >On the other hand, you weren’t too big you didn’t have a lot of money so you just had to do your part,
  2191.  
  2192. [5410 | 9555.20] loss=3.22 avg=2.75
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  2213. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2214.  rubs your chin the more you think about your mother.
  2215. >”Are you sure? You’re gonna make a mistake.”
  2216. >You look over at the man behind the desk.
  2217. “N-nothing. If anything I would be worried about what’s in your hooves, I guess. If not for the fact that I’m already wearing one.”
  2218. >He doesn’t make eye contact with you for a moment and simply smiles.
  2219. >”I’ll make sure you know the rules anyway, it won’t mean anything.”
  2220. >You give your chin a small scratch and move your gaze to the woman behind the desk.
  2221. >You’re far better at picking her out than you were a second ago. You can still see a small smile on her face and a few strands of blue maned mane.
  2222. “How about you get some more coffee, and I can check up on the status of my order next,” you say, closing the door behind you.
  2223. >”Yes, of course.”
  2224.  
  2225. >A few awkward seconds pass before Princess Cadance appears at the door, wearing something a little less than what you remember her normally wearing.
  2226. >You didn’t know what to expect in mind when you heard her say she looked different.
  2227. >”I wanted to know.”
  2228. >”Why? Do you think he’s an imposter?”
  2229. “I think he is! He is a human!”
  2230. >”How?”
  2231. “It’s amazing! He can do almost everything!”
  2232. >The unicorn nods, looking over to her and back to you.
  2233. >”It is!”
  2234. >”What?”
  2235. >”How can it not?”
  2236. “It doesn’t really look like anything remotely human.”
  2237. >Cadance’ eyes dart over to her lap while her gaze travels to your pants.
  2238. >”You really thought I was some sort of animal, didn’t you?”
  2239. >You blush a bit and quickly cover yourself up, taking off your pants.
  2240. >Cadance doesn’t notice.
  2241. >”Did you think I was some sort of cat pony?”
  2242. “That’s not right.”
  2243. >”What? I never imagined a human could think like that.”
  2244. “That’s what you get for being different from all the other ponies in this castle.”
  2245. >”Then why did you think he had a pants size thing?”
  2246. “I was actually surprised he was not a cat unicorn.”
  2247. >”If you were surprised at that you’d be right.”
  2248. “But it was the truth. I am a human!”
  2249. >”And what are you supposed to think about him?”
  2250. “You don’t get it.”
  2251. >”You’re a cat unicorn!”
  2252. “I’m a unicorn.”
  2253. >”He’s in my office?”
  2254. “It’s not the office of an employee, so you are clearly not supposed to be there.”
  2255. >You let out a gasp and make a funny face.
  2256. “Uh…”
  2257. >”What?”
  2258. “I get the door to my office unlocked.”
  2259. >”Is that what you meant.”
  2260. “Yeah, it isn’t really. I was just in a moment’s shock while you were standing on a stool in a hallway with no right to enter the building and they were on a dresser in a room where a bed was placed against the wall to prevent a door.”
  2261. >”Wow, really? I was completely unaware you’d ended up in that position,” Cog asks.
  2262. “No kidding. I can’t remember being in a position at all.”
  2263. >You look over at where she’s standing, only to see her still looking at him.
  2264. “You can enter the office.”
  2265. >”Yes, your room in a dresser.”
  2266. >You are pretty sure you are.
  2267. “Come, I’ve got something to show you.”
  2268. >You stand in the doorway and make a small circle as you make your way inside, avoiding the ponies that made their way into your office to protest the changes.
  2269. >The door flies open when you arrive and a young unicorn with blueish mane walks into your office.
  2270.  
  2271.  
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  2292. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2293.  pondling about by the time she’s up and around
  2294. >You’re not sure, what the fuck, but that’s probably the strangest thing about her
  2295. >”This will also be the first time you’ve had a pony do the dirty work
  2296. >And you’re surprised to find her so pleased
  2297. >You’re glad Celestia is here
  2298. >That would suck if you didn’t have a friend there already
  2299. >She always says the same thing, but you think you’re going to go in for lunch once the next one arrives
  2300. >”I want you to be a dear and treat my friend
  2301. >You say the magic word, and the girl pours herself a cup of coffee, and you are now very tired
  2302. >She asks you if you’re okay, and you say yes
  2303. >Then one day she comes back
  2304. >”Good morning, Anon!” she greets you as she walks on, and you are about to follow her into the room
  2305. >You don’t know what she’s doing, but the bed is warm and smells nice
  2306. >No idea why she leaves her things in there, but you are not being pushed out
  2307. >”Good morning sweetheart,” she says as she makes her way to begrudgingly return to sleep
  2308. >”Good morning, Anon.” she sings softly as she closes the door behind her
  2309. >”Good morning sweetheart.” she says in husky tones.
  2310. >You find yourself falling into the same rhythm as the girl, the same breath is getting into your lungs, the bed is dark, and her smell wafts in your dreams
  2311. “Good morning sweetheart.”
  2312. >You can’t sleep…
  2313. >”Good morning, Anon. Good Morning.”
  2314. >And she’s already asleep
  2315. >You find yourself leaning back against the bed, watching her drift asleep with her mouth open and her throat open
  2316. >A gentle nudge, and then again the doorbell rings and you’re pushed out again
  2317. >You find yourself curled up in the blankets, until she’s gone
  2318. >”Good morning, Anon.” she greets you, and now, it’s your turn to look at her face
  2319. >She is smiling and talking to you though
  2320.  
  2321.  
  2322.  
  2323.  
  2324.  
  2325.  
  2326.  
  2327. >Anon is a pony with an uncanny resemblance to an average pony, except his eyes are completely black, his ears are flattened in a flat shape, he does not have a muzzle, and his body has almost all of an ethereal look to it, as if some magical force had brought him here
  2328. >He is a bit timid and timid compared to the norm, and is unable to express all of his emotions well enough
  2329. >An odd thing about ponies is that they have difficulty expressing all of their emotions via sound, but he has gone through far more complicated and complex emotions with his vocal cords that some of the other ponies have not even seen on the scale
  2330. >His speech is also strange, especially because he speaks in a much a different dialect than that of most ponies
  2331. >Anon talks fluently to mares, and he even does all of his vocal gestures with his hands
  2332. >Mares are attracted to him, because he acts as their friend and is very caring towards them
  2333. >His sweet smile, and pleasant voice and mannerisms just make the mare feel safe and loved
  2334. >He has come from the other side of the mare’s bedroom curtains, so mares expect that what they hear and see is what is really happening, and they never thought they would find an "other" in their herd
  2335. >One mare was attracted to him because a mare with a cutie mark in magical studies and a penchant for magic is sitting next to him, and she has a set of hooves on each of the stallions of his herd
  2336. >He is also interested in them all
  2337.  
  2338.  
  2339.  
  2340.  
  2341.  
  2342.  
  2343.  
  2344.  
  2345. >You may be an ancient relic, but the fact that you've been able to survive long after the Changeling invasion is proof of this. When Twilight's friends ask you to come back, they want a pony who will be useful.
  2346. >As the only mare in town, you get a fair number of requests from all sorts of ponies. Some get worried, others just don't think you're dangerous.
  2347. >And you are.
  2348. >You remember Twilight, but you aren't sure if you're really old enough to remember her so well. She was very proud, a proud mare, and very beautiful.
  2349. >You are also not a pony.
  2350. >No pony is supposed to resemble the ponies around them, not that you've been in the market since you knew all of those strange mares.
  2351. >So when you find the perfect
  2352.  
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  2374. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2375.  you and me have been watching together. Maybe it's just the idea of being surrounded by... ponies you know well from Equestria. But it's interesting. We're so new to each other; I still feel like I'm breaking ground in my own head."
  2376. "...you're saying you weren't in Equestria before?," she asked him, hoping this would be the first time he'd admitted that
  2377. >He replied, "No, I was born and raised here, and even then it's still impossible for me to separate one from the other. It's still the strangest place I've ever visited."
  2378. "...so how did you get here? I mean, it wasn't where others go?"
  2379. >His words had been lost in the wind after the long and often-overlooked trip they both had to take
  2380. >But now she remembered, she'd had a sudden urge to visit
  2381. "My sister was here when I became princess. She and the other princesses would visit me to keep me company while they worked on the magic. And even then it was always long and difficult, we'd have a whole week to plan something, then they'd suddenly ask me to go."
  2382. >And just like that the old feelings of her loneliness were replaced in a new way, that was as far away and uncertain as ever
  2383. >Because now they were far away
  2384. >She'd be going through an entire week of planning and worrying about how to take him, and how much he should care for her
  2385. >This was something she'd been sure of. The ponies were so loving, and the bond between them was so strong
  2386. >Even if he was not in the land or city she was in, it still felt like she could take him
  2387. >And, for a moment, she was sure she could
  2388. >But then her friend would be gone, and a whole week of waiting was not something she wanted to endure
  2389. >And this was so much better than a week of being alone
  2390. >He was right. She could care for him
  2391. >But he would not help her
  2392. >It meant she had a decision to make about her fate
  2393. >And even more important, who would protect her
  2394. >Even if one day he felt like a stranger
  2395. >She couldn't make him. She had none whatever, right?
  2396. >And so her thoughts quickly turned to what she would do if he became... a stranger
  2397. >Maybe even a slave, or some kind of enemy
  2398. >But the pony had told her she'd take precautions if she faced a moment of temptation
  2399. >In fact, she was fairly certain she would have plenty of those moments
  2400. >So she would do what they gave her
  2401. >The same ones that sent ponies to slave camps or the other places that were condemned to death by humans!
  2402. >He was so far away now, but somehow she could have a feeling about some things
  2403. >If he ever became even more hostile, there was a good chance she would be able to take him from him
  2404. >And so with a feeling inside she turned away her head to see her mother
  2405. >She did not get to see much, and no one told her that
  2406. >But she'd found herself falling a little bit further and further than before, until she almost wanted to cry at the memory of him
  2407. >But then she sat up on her seat, and she smiled at her eyes
  2408. >And, after a few minutes of watching her mother with her mouth agape, she leaned back in her chair and tried to look back at her mother
  2409. "I'm glad you've been trying to think about what you have done now... but I can tell you that it will not be easy... or comfortable."
  2410. >With a smile she leaned onto the couch's edge and rested a hoof on top of her mother's shoulder
  2411. "Don't want to see you sad, mom. You just want to know that you are safe, that you are loved-"
  2412. >"I'm not sad. I'm just thinking, Anonymous. I need to know more about the ponies around us."
  2413. >Her mother shook her head
  2414. >"There is not a single pony who has a loving heart even at their limit, you realize. We are all human, yet they love and care just the same as I do."
  2415. >She leaned off so she could rest her head on her daughter's shoulder, as she continued
  2416. >"It is the same for you, I trust. As you are not a pony, you may want to see your mom... as well as see her as a pony. But that doesn't mean I want to see you as anything other than that."
  2417. >With a happy chuckle she closed her eyes and leaned back into her mother
  2418. >...was she... in her mom's tummy?
  2419. >She didn't really know if she should answer that, but she did
  2420. >And she did
  2421. >Which might not be the answer she expected
  2422. >And it was time for her
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  2444. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2445. . When they’re not in use.“
  2446.  
  2447. >“Don’t go. That way.“
  2448.  
  2449. >The doors open, revealing two other ponies.
  2450. >“Hey, Twilight,“ the one with the darker red mane says, standing to one of the windows
  2451. >“Are you alright?“
  2452.  
  2453. “I’m okay.“
  2454. >“And Twilight.“ the darker pony says to her
  2455. “Where’s my cutie mark?“ you say
  2456. >You turn to the left to the small window on the end of the bar as she’s already opened it
  2457. >“You don’t?“
  2458.  
  2459. >Be Twilight Sparkle, a bit less dapper
  2460. >It was nice being a mare, but Twilight is right in your face now
  2461. >You and that mane look like she’s just got a new haircut, not because you look better, or because she’s smarter
  2462.  
  2463. Be Spike, still not at home
  2464. >Spike was still trying to find the magic ring that would let him keep his hair
  2465. >He wanted to save some money while he had the good ones
  2466. >You can’t just leave something like that to somebody else to make a profit over night
  2467. >There’s no way you’ll let it be Rarity. She’d never let herself get into the market, and she was a total pimp!
  2468. >Or Twilight. The only ones who are allowed to breed with stallions are the royal guards and the big three: you, yourself, Rarity, and Applejack.
  2469. >Oh, that’s one way to make money!
  2470. >It’s even better than the money you could earn from having a foal under your care or whatever
  2471. >Maybe it’s time to take a hit on Anon, it would give you enough money to afford a nice house for yourself, all expenses considered
  2472. >Twilight could be your daddy, but she’s such a slut. Maybe she’s really his real mommy.
  2473. >But none of these ponies are all that much different from you.
  2474. >Rarity’s kind, polite, well-kept stallion (even though he’s a little bit smaller than the average filly).
  2475. >Fluttershy’s a mare with a heart of gold and a soft side to her.
  2476. >Empress’s the unicorn mare whose voice and personality defined her entire life, her love of magic, her strong, loyal mare character, and her innate magic.
  2477. >And she’s the mare with the most magic.
  2478. >Oh, right. The one who did it.
  2479. >She’ll be so sad and lonely if she doesn’t get the one with magic.
  2480. >She’ll be an awful filly.
  2481. >You can feel it.
  2482. >A quick look at her body shows a hint of the tears that started streaming down Twilight’s face as she tried to escape.
  2483. >”Twilight?“ she asks you, trying to push her away
  2484. >You don’t dare. It’s just too much.
  2485. “I’ll have to get my ass hit by some pony.“
  2486. >Her face gets redder as she tries to ignore the tears.
  2487. “I’m sorry.“
  2488. >“What? You won’t be happy.“
  2489. >She tries to shake her head again
  2490. >You don’t know any more.
  2491. >Instead you pick your hair out of your mane, and stand there staring at your empty pockets
  2492. “Twilight.“
  2493. >It was her turn to take a bite of the sandwich before she sat back down, taking a deep breath
  2494. >She’s getting there.
  2495. >She is starting to show the signs of a nervous breakdown.
  2496.  
  2497. Be Rarity
  2498. >Estrus is killing you!
  2499. >It’s not a disease. It’s addiction.
  2500. >Oh, but it will kill your friends!
  2501. >You just need to treat it.
  2502. >It’s going to make you a monster.
  2503. >A monster, a monster, worse than what Twilight can come up with in three or four days!
  2504. >Just like what Applejack and Twilight wrote the first time they wrote about their addiction!
  2505. >When it kills you, what will they do when you die?
  2506. >They will feel worthless, and you must do whatever it takes so they don’t feel useless too
  2507. >No.
  2508. >Not going to the funeral.
  2509. >That’s what they do.
  2510. >I-
  2511. >
  2512.  
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  2533. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2534. You?"
  2535. >You shake your head, pulling your eyes back over to look at Applejack.
  2536. "Yeah. I... I'm not an apple. I don't eat..."
  2537. >She rolls her eyes once she hears what you're going to say.
  2538. >"Not with applesauce."
  2539. "M-maybe you should put something on that apple."
  2540. >Applejack winces.
  2541. >"Don't, Anon. It'll get cold."
  2542. >Your eyes flutter shut, staring at her face through those glasses.
  2543. "I'd hate to ruin that night for ya."
  2544. >Applejack just shrugs, tossing the phone into the trash bin and turning back to you.
  2545. >Looking back up at her, you can tell that she was smiling as she finally notices what you're doing.
  2546. >"What do you have to say for yourself, Anon? What do you have for yourself?"
  2547. >Oh?
  2548. "Applejack..."
  2549. >She smiles, her eyes slowly going back onto the road.
  2550. >"Anon, what the hay's wrong with y'all right now?"
  2551. >...
  2552. >You shake your head, standing there, your mind already hazy with a sense of disappointment.
  2553. "I can't tell what's wrong, but I... it's a... a personal thing, 'Non."
  2554. >Applejack frowns for a minute.
  2555. >"Why not sassle about it some more? You've been sitting on this bus all w-waitin' fer a while, an' you've just gotta put it off fer a while."
  2556. >The look that Applejack gives you is one to make a stallion tense up.
  2557. >"Why not do sassle then?"
  2558. >...
  2559. >You take a step back, looking over at AJ.
  2560. >What's this.
  2561. "Applejack..."
  2562. >What's her name?
  2563. >There's no way that you're going to ask this.
  2564. >You just sigh.
  2565. "What exactly are you doing sitting here talking about? It's been too long."
  2566. >Applejack just rolls her eyes, but you know what's on her mind.
  2567. >"Sorry we're not really in the mood for that."
  2568. >Looking back at her, you realize something right now.
  2569. >That smile of hers makes it very obvious that you love her.
  2570. >But what the hay are you gonna do about it?
  2571. >You decide to do something about it.
  2572. >...
  2573. >What is she gonna do about it?!
  2574. >The look of deep determination on Applejack's face makes that clear.
  2575. >...
  2576. >What's wrong with you?
  2577. >You can't do this alone, that's it.
  2578. >Applejack can never be a 'normal girl'.
  2579. "I'm gonna go upstairs and fix up my dress, 'Non."
  2580. >Your eyes widen, the way Applejack glares at you makes things very apparent.
  2581. >"What?"
  2582. "It's a dress, Applejack. It's for me. Why not fix it up yourself?"
  2583. >Applejack just looks at you, her face now looking like it's about have an epiphany, but this time it's the right one:
  2584. >"A dress?!"
  2585. >She blunks backwards, eyes widening in shock.
  2586. >"Y-you didn't! I... I told you no mink! I'm not a mink!"
  2587. >You feel her hoof shake from your words.
  2588. >You can feel the emotions that are boiling within you.
  2589. >You can feel the passion in the pit of your stomach.
  2590. >You can feel how it is in the pit of your heart.
  2591. >You can feel how much you hate herself and how much you're scared of her.
  2592. >You see her look down at the ground, a small smile still on her face.
  2593. >"Hey. I mink. I mink! I thought that I had it easy until mink, you know?"
  2594. "Yeah."
  2595. >You take a step back, Applejacks and AJ's face looking back at you.
  2596. "I thought that you were like one of those girls that do all the thinking for the girls. You're never going to believe this..."
  2597. >Applejack's expression suddenly goes sour, her head tilting at you in embarrassment.
  2598. >"Anon!"
  2599. "Y-yeah, that one."
  2600. >Applejack takes a seat at the bus ride home, looking at your words with an unforgiving look in her eyes.
  2601. >"Now now... n-no big deal. I wanted y'all to sassle about it for awhile, and sassling around was what you got me."
  2602. "Is that all?"
  2603. >"Y-you'd like to know?"
  2604. >Applejack's cheeks turn in her mouth as she takes a step back and looks away.
  2605. >You know where that looks in her eyes, and you know what
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  2628. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2629. -going you can even get a little laid by a unicorn. What you're a little nervous about that could mean the end of your days on Earth. You can't help but let them know that there is more. No matter what they say."
  2630. "I-I... I... can help you, ma'am?"
  2631. >"No! You're a smart person. You don't need to try this, but it's a good start. And when is it you are going to give me a big surprise?"
  2632. >You frown slightly, confused, but unsure of what exactly that came to.
  2633. >"You're welcome. I do need to know, though, what to go with, right?"
  2634. >You let out another sigh, and nod.
  2635. >She leans back on the chair, and you can almost feel the weight from her weight.
  2636. >"What's up? Can I speak? There are some things I need to do, but we don't have long. You'll get more, right?"
  2637. >You nod, and her wings spread.
  2638. >"That's good to hear. What's getting you guys excited?"
  2639. >You nod, and she opens up with a small shout.
  2640. >"It's good to see you."
  2641. >She takes her own seat next to you, and leans back against the chair.
  2642. >"I'm kind of tired of you... I'll take it~"
  2643. >She leans back in, and you get the feeling she's hoping a little too hard at this point.
  2644. >She's got a tired, scared look on her face.
  2645. >"And you're not going to let me see you again, are you."
  2646. >You roll your eyes and shake your head.
  2647. >She's obviously not expecting an answer to that, let alone a thank you.
  2648.  
  2649. >You sit down, and watch her go back to her seat. You roll your eyes.
  2650. >She's not looking anywhere, you'll just end up leaning against her for another fifteen minutes.
  2651. >Her wings swish lazily behind her, she reaches up, grabs your arm, and pulls you towards her, leaning herself slightly against the chair.
  2652. >"Now, we've got our work cut out for us. Where are you, man?"
  2653. >You look at the ceiling. Maybe you should take that off, she may be a little bit drunk at this point.
  2654. >All your alcohol goes into some kind of weird, almost magical brew, which she barely noticed.
  2655. >"I'm here to pick you up for your... duties."
  2656. >She looks at you through narrowed eyes, like she was expecting the biggest response you could give her right now.
  2657. >"Your duties?"
  2658. "Of course I'm here. My duty comes first, and I take it. You're a young pony, and I want you under control. I can't tolerate your disobedience, and it will cost you future jobs, which means I have to make you obey, first."
  2659. >She smirks at you.
  2660. >"Alright, Fine. Come on, I want you to do us a favor."
  2661. >She gives your foreleg a firm squeeze.
  2662. >"Don't worry about it, boy. There was no need to be so rough, I know what I am doing is nice."
  2663. >You shake your head, ignoring the look of worry on her face.
  2664. >She's been through a lot, just because of being a teenager.
  2665. >"I will do you one favour, Mister Anon. We have a deal coming up. Do you accept?"
  2666. >"Sure do. See you at seven, and don't forget your curfew. Goodbye."
  2667. >She nods and disappears from the room, then turns off to go back to the living room.
  2668. >You hear her leave, and turn to watch the clock go by.
  2669. >...yeah, it's late.
  2670.  
  2671. The next day, the two of you arrive at the meeting venue.
  2672. >You can already tell the ponies at a glance where the meeting is going to be held, the place is obviously full.
  2673. >At some point during her visit, Luna turns to you with a smile in her eye and shakes her head.
  2674. >"Good luck and see you tomorrow too."
  2675. >And with that, the meeting goes off without a hitch.
  2676. >You take the seat next to her and sit across from her so your head is on her shoulder.
  2677. >You can feel her weight against you all the time, and it's... nice.
  2678. >It's a lot easier to just lean back against her, and not to be bothered.
  2679. >Luna always says you have a good mind off to do that anyway, you think you might be helping to keep her in check.
  2680. >You aren't the only one to take advantage of the relationship, after Celestia and Luna got involved in it.
  2681. >Luna has to remind herself not to use her power to pull you away from her, not
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  2703. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2704.  been very much appreciable, like you've always been loved by her.
  2705. >You've never really felt closer to her, but it's just good to have some form of support.
  2706. >Maybe it's just your luck that your dad has been such a good provider when it comes to her.
  2707. >Maybe it's just the fact that he's always been at your school and she's never had a real teacher.
  2708. >In any case, she's always been there to help you whenever you needed it.
  2709. >You have to give her a chance to shine, and now she's giving it to you.
  2710.  
  2711. >The first thing she saw when she first got here was this little package, and she had to try to open it to see what it was.
  2712. >She opened it, and inside were those books you've been looking forward to read for months.
  2713. >A small box covered everything, plus a few pictures, and a note thanking her for picking them up for you.
  2714. >You have to smile and give her a quick peck on the lips.
  2715. >The smile gets a slight smirk as her eyes open.
  2716. >With a giggle, you gently hold up her book and start to unfold what she picked up.
  2717. >You make sure to give her the room to start with, before she lets on some of your secrets.
  2718. >You're pretty sure she's going to find that one thing that gets in your way pretty quickly.
  2719.  
  2720. >The first thing you see when you close your eyes is a pink pony curled up on a blanket in the distance.
  2721. >She seems to be laying somewhere in an obvious circle as you sit on a blanket and take in it.
  2722. >The blankets are soft on her, warm, and the sheets are a dark olive-colored color.
  2723. >You've noticed that her eyes seem to dilate at night, and you take a moment to look at her before moving in to rest your lips on the back of her neck.
  2724. >You've had a few dreams about her lately, a lot of which are about her.
  2725. >She really gets into them, but most of it's about some sort of 'awd', so you don't notice anything unusual.
  2726. >However, one thought strikes you a few nights ago.
  2727. >You feel a slight touch, and the sensation leaves you both stuttering.
  2728. >You take another deep breath as you feel your face heat against her cheek.
  2729. >You smile at that.
  2730. >She's very much alive.
  2731. >You have to admit, she really is pretty cute in all of that.
  2732. >You try to rub the rest of the way through her mane as you close your eyes, but your hand does nothing but irritate her.
  2733. >Even your fingers feel something that isn't there.
  2734. >A bit of sweat collects on your forehead and you sigh.
  2735. >You do feel her warmth, though.
  2736. >As her eyes open, she sees you staring at her and her face heats up.
  2737. >"That's what I was hoping for. Anon, I want to tell you something.
  2738. >She reaches up to pat your thigh with a hoof, and a smile adorns her lips.
  2739. >"It's a secret."
  2740. >She leans in and whispers into your ear.
  2741. >"I told you about me dreams, so what's the worst that could happen to you?"
  2742. >She whispers again, this time louder, and your face crumlocks up.
  2743. >Your ears twitch and jump.
  2744. "I... I can't say, Miss Chrysalis, right now."
  2745. >Forcing your lips shut, you stare down at the ground.
  2746. >You can tell that she's thinking of something, so you try to remain silent while she mulls these over.
  2747. >>"...Well, don't worry, Anon," she purrs, giving you one last smile, "I'll be right over."
  2748. >She trots up to the door and disappears out into the hallway.
  2749. >>"Come on, Anon," she says, "No more games here!"
  2750. >You sigh as you open your eyes and find your reflection.
  2751. >You'd be lying if you said you could tell yourself that you could say no to this pony.
  2752. >Her long purple mane flows around your shoulders and touches your chin.
  2753. >She looks over her shoulder at you.
  2754. >>"Come on, Anon, don't you want to talk to me? I'm still here for you, and I need a few minutes."
  2755. >You stand and look up.
  2756. "What do you mean 'I need a couple minutes'?"
  2757. >A blush creeps across Celestia's face.
  2758. >>"Please, take my hoof," she says, reaching down and brushing a handful of dirt across your palm, "Your whole hand if you're going to be staying in the castle for a week. If you feel
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  2781. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2782.  in her lap and kiss her cheek.
  2783. > "Come on, Luna. You're gonna let go of the shirt and just ride me-"
  2784. > A loud pop of pain echoes through the room and a light, wet slap on her cheek as she tries to hide what the hit was.
  2785. > But somehow - it wouldn't be enough to do anything to her - it is enough to take her attention from another way.
  2786. > To the wall in the corner of the room, an empty bottle of lube and some empty boxes of towels lie unopened.
  2787. > If she can do anything other than the wet lube you will - you just want to do what you can.
  2788. > Even if your own life depended on it.
  2789. > Maybe one way or another...
  2790. > To her, as much affection and warmth as she gives you is what she is after - and not any more.
  2791. > You've heard her say you are supposed to 'be your father' at the wedding, but you're not sure if that would be true in the eyes of her or another woman.
  2792. > For her, at least-
  2793. > She's practically screaming now.
  2794. > "No - no!"
  2795. > Her face is full of pain.
  2796. > Her body shaking as she struggles.
  2797. > "No!"
  2798. > She tries to pull away from you, but you are no less gentle.
  2799. > Not her.
  2800. > You're not going to hurt her.
  2801. > "No!"
  2802. "Stop!"
  2803. > Her hooves dig at your shoulder, her back turning to give ground.________________________________________
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  2826. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2827.  humans…but she didn*t want her to make it a "special day" as some of them had.
  2828. >It really didn*t matter if she was alone. It still had to be a fun night.
  2829. >She knew she wasn’t a slut but she also knew those things she knew she shouldn’t do.
  2830. >It was time for those things to be seen.
  2831. >Tears were running down her face and her ears had been cut off by the loud roar of the street.
  2832. >A few of her friends were already at the park because she had been called by some to pick them up.
  2833. >She was called over by all of the other guys who had come down for the night to ask if they could come with her.
  2834. >Some seemed nervous, scared, shy; others had nothing and would just come anyway, they were excited to finally be part of the main attraction.
  2835. >But she was happy and had an erection ready in her bra.
  2836. >All of a sudden, she found a hand on her back from one of her old man friends.
  2837. >It was a cute hand and he knew it was him.
  2838. >Suddenly, something had happened.
  2839. >It felt weird, and for a long time she did not know what it felt like, but something that she had never done before.
  2840. >He tried to comfort her by asking if she was okay, but she did not respond, he looked down at her as she lay on her back with her bra and panties on, holding her right leg out in front of him.
  2841. >A pair of hands took hold of her left one, and a pair held her leg out, just behind her right leg.
  2842. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He says, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  2843. >She feels the warmth of his chest, as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  2844. >He looks down at his legs, and as he looks up at her, it starts to feel as if he could not control it.
  2845. >She feels her legs being more wet, and feels him moving his hips to get his cock out.
  2846. >His cock is small and he feels it throbbing as he takes the first thrust at her thigh, leaving the other half of his penis standing to the side, and the head in the vagina.
  2847. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He says, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  2848. >She feels the warmth of his chest, as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  2849. >He looked down at his legs, and as he looked up at her, it started to feel as if he could not control it.
  2850. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He remarks, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  2851. >She feels the warmth of his chest as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  2852. >He looked down at his legs, and as he looked up at her, it started to feel as if he could not control it.
  2853. >She feels her legs being more wet, and feels him moving his hips to get his cock out.
  2854. >"You were so hot." He says, grabbing some of the juice from her breasts and moving it over to her thighs.
  2855. >She felt all of her legs in hot, sticky juices!
  2856. >Some dripped; some dripped to her thighs...more were on the hands and knees, a few were on her chest.
  2857. >One was very wet, and she had no idea if she did.
  2858. >Anonymously she handed him some more to dip her hand in. He gave her a small tip but kept the rest.
  2859. >She could feel herself getting wetter on her hand, and a few minutes later she felt and touched her pussy.
  2860. >The juices around the ring in her pussy started to make her wetter.
  2861. >Her hand was wet too, and she was stroking the wet folds of her thigh.
  2862. >She was finally ready, and he was finally ready.
  2863. >With a few gentle strokes the male was finally ready to come.
  2864. "A few more little dicks and you are going to be going a little wetter." The man says, moving towards the back door.
  2865. >You look at the girl, and she knew he had been in the back room before and was in the same predicament as her.
  2866. >She could not believe it. She wanted him. She wanted to go to the front door, but she was being told she couldn’t.
  2867. >She was getting the picture of a man being told his lady’s man.
  2868. >She wanted him to come so badly but not like this.
  2869. "It’s okay, go home." She says, and her legs came to rest on her thighs.
  2870. >Her hands moved across her body, and her
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  2891. [400 | 679.20] loss=2.82 avg=2.97
  2892. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2893. , you look into the empty table.
  2894. "This," you snap, "is going to be a mess."
  2895. >"Oof~"
  2896. >"What are you thinking?"
  2897. >A voice floats up from the darkness,
  2898. >you blink in surprise; it can be heard far away.
  2899. >It goes,
  2900. >"It's just one of your silly experiments that we had you pull on us while you were asleep. This is a lot more complicated than that, I know it."
  2901. >he gives you a few more steps to his feet before he turns and trots away.
  2902. >You're a little worried, but decide not to argue now; you're going to be fine.
  2903. >As you leave the room, you are still being watched, but the sound of his feet and the light-blue ceiling of the room makes you wonder if this is not a dream or if it is a real one.
  2904. >There's a long pause before you hear the thud of the door opening behind you.
  2905. >Then another sound, and you see two figures.
  2906. >They're just outside your bedroom door, but they've gone too quiet for you to guess what they are doing there.
  2907. >"So I see," the woman says, "you aren't dead!"
  2908. "I am."
  2909. >In a burst of terror, you reach up and grab the door handle, yanking it back as the woman's face contort with emotion.
  2910. >"Don't worry, I can still hear you."
  2911. >She winces slightly, "You can't see me, so I can always be out here somewhere."
  2912. >You nod.
  2913.  
  2914. "Yeah. But I'm just a little scared. I wasn't sure if-- "
  2915. >But at the same time, you can't deny that you're relieved to know.
  2916. >This time, a small and wispy figure comes into your bedroom doorway:
  2917. >His name isn't the type to look out for at all, but that doesn't keep you from trying.
  2918. >You're standing over your bed with a blanket over you.
  2919. >He is a young man in his late middle age, who is sitting in a small, dark room.
  2920. >His arms are encircled around your waist, and with a twist in his body a small figure slowly slides between his legs.
  2921. >The sound of that, combined with the fact that he's being watched for no good reason, causes your chest to twitch.
  2922. >It is a soft moan, as if you had come with the intention of forcing it out of you.
  2923. >You aren't sure it's just the thought of him touching you while he watches you, but the way he's holding you is just making it harder to stop struggling.
  2924. >He takes a handful of your manhood in the other, and it causes you to shimmy slightly as his hips start to move.
  2925. >You are going to cum.
  2926. >You want to just cum immediately.
  2927. >And then you will have that orgasm, the moment that you feel one of the vibrations begin to rise up to the surface of your bladder.
  2928. >You're going to cum.
  2929. >You are going to cum.
  2930. >You are going to cum deep and fast.
  2931. >You are going to cum in her mouth.
  2932. >You are going to cum in her asshole as you shoot your hot load all over her face.
  2933. >She's not going to stop fucking you like that for hours.
  2934. >You feel the urge to move closer to her.
  2935. >Something feels different about these legs.
  2936. >The sensation of the legs being spread stretched out out and the flesh around the base stretched out even more.
  2937. >And you're not the only one that's not satisfied.
  2938. >You hear the girl whimper and feel the wetness of her pussy against the wall.
  2939. >You're a little surprised that even your erection isn't doing the trick.
  2940. >You're a long, long way from your own orgasm that you had been meaning to do for a couple hours at least.
  2941. >You're the one that had been planning to cum later in the night, when you decided to stop bothering him and went to bed.
  2942. >You didn't even realize how you could feel that.
  2943. >You don't know what you did wrong, you are so... horny.
  2944. >You do like cumming, but it's always been something that you dreamed up and made up for in the dream.
  2945. >At first, its... it was just because of the feeling you'd gotten from a movie you watched that had been playing on repeat on that horrible computer in the room.
  2946. >But you've since found yourself needing to cum frequently, especially after a long, hard night of fucking and fucking.
  2947. >You don't know what happened to that movie, it was just this... something that always bothered you when you turned off.
  2948. >A part
  2949.  
  2950. [410 | 718.50] loss=2.92 avg=2.97
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  2958. [490 | 850.02] loss=2.97 avg=2.99
  2959. [500 | 866.42] loss=2.42 avg=2.98
  2960. Saving checkpoint/run2/model-500
  2961. [510 | 890.49] loss=2.87 avg=2.97
  2962. [520 | 907.20] loss=3.53 avg=2.99
  2963. [530 | 923.71] loss=2.80 avg=2.98
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  2969. [590 | 1022.20] loss=2.95 avg=2.99
  2970. [600 | 1038.61] loss=2.85 avg=2.98
  2971. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  2972.  to you?
  2973. >“Not me, and you don't need to have it.”
  2974. >”Not even a little.”
  2975. >Sister nods in agreement, and we both follow her through the door.
  2976. “So then, what about Anon?”
  2977. >She goes to speak to Anon but you simply nod to Sister.
  2978. “And…”
  2979. >”I still had a hard time trusting you after the accident, and, to be honest, I thought Anon could not be more in need than I did.”
  2980. >He glances at you and you nod to Sister, which she does too.
  2981. >Then, he smiles at you and shrugs, smiling sheepishly.
  2982. >For you, this is an opportunity to be very patient.
  2983. >The moment his smile fades, he looks back at you with a pout, and you nod to him.
  2984. >So then, about a week ago we had started working and working.
  2985. "I think we came to the right place."
  2986. >As you turn around and peer out the door, Anon is looking at you, his eyes on the small screen on his desktop.
  2987. >"Okay…I should apologize for the delay.”
  2988. >You both nod again, then he gives a brief chuckle and turns the screen on.
  2989. "I should have asked for more time before it happened."
  2990. >That gets your attention but you turn your head away quickly and continue to work.
  2991. >Then, it's as if a light bulb starts to flash.
  2992. >You don't move, and you just stare.
  2993. >"Okay…I guess it was really bad. I don't think I didn't tell you a lot about it, so."
  2994. >He looks confused.
  2995. "Well, that doesn't really matter now."
  2996. >Sister glances up at him, and you nod.
  2997. >"It is a very important information to know. You heard that."
  2998. >"It should not be a problem. I promise."
  2999. >That is, it shouldn't be more than a minor inconvenience today.
  3000. >You would have expected your father to be around to warn you.
  3001. >You had even expected your sister to ask you about it beforehand.
  3002. >But there was no need for it to be anything more…
  3003. “I don't think she should. I don't think she has the right information to know at this point. But, I'll do whatever I possibly can.”
  3004. >He smiles at you and shrugs.
  3005. >“That… is what I expect, and I'll do everything I can to help my child.”
  3006. >Sister shakes her head, her tone a mixture of shock and pity.
  3007. >"It isn't like I want to just be there for her sake; it would be nice and sweet. But, that is not a requirement on my mind. And, I won't ask for you to stay to save her from suffering like I did."
  3008. >You nod to him and smile back.
  3009. “So, now I want to ask you, sister: is this as bad as you thought? In my opinion, I'll do everything I can to help.”
  3010. "Uh-huh, well, why would I ask?"
  3011. >"Because she could be a lot worse, you know…”
  3012. >This is a strange exchange from the way you were talking about yesterday.
  3013. >You smile and shrug again and continue to work.
  3014. >Not very long after all but ten seconds have passed, the device goes off, and you can feel his hands running down your body, caressing your back for a brief moment.
  3015. >Your eyes slide shut for a moment, and your head lolls from end to end.
  3016. >But now your neck is no longer on your right side, but instead on the left, and then he moves his hands further down.
  3017. >"It really did hurt a lot, but that is a good thing. I want to make sure your child enjoys this for a long time.”
  3018. >Sister's hands are sliding upwards, caressing and caressing, and the screen flashes again.
  3019. >"A lot hurts, but, it is better that not a lot hurts in my opinion."
  3020. "Really?"
  3021. >"Yes."
  3022. >You open your eyes and look up at him with your eyes closed and his hands are gripping your neck with a firm grip, a little above you, and you are staring at him with a smile.
  3023. "Okay, so what can I do for you?”
  3024. >She shakes her head, but you still nod to her.
  3025. "You don't need the extra time to be with your child. But, if you do stay here for a while, I will be there for you. I'll be there whenever you need me, not for a moment you want to be alone."
  3026. >"Okay…Thank you."
  3027.  
  3028. [610 | 1077.65] loss=2.22 avg=2.97
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  3043. [760 | 1323.99] loss=3.12 avg=2.96
  3044. [770 | 1340.42] loss=2.90 avg=2.96
  3045. [780 | 1356.81] loss=2.18 avg=2.94
  3046. [790 | 1373.19] loss=2.80 avg=2.94
  3047. [800 | 1389.58] loss=2.95 avg=2.94
  3048. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3049.  doesn't count for much, really.
  3050. I'm fairly certain this is what you wanted, but I don't know how fast the clock gets reset by your hands.
  3051. >You don't like waking up early.
  3052. >So I'll just be you and that is what you have.
  3053. >Your phone and your bed
  3054. >I just called the house and said, "Morning Anon."
  3055. >You open the door to the kitchen and step inside.
  3056. >You take out the bowl of cereal you found at the grocery store and throw the cereal outside to cool it off.
  3057. >With a quick swipe of the counter you make a couple of empty bowls but you don't use them for much.
  3058. >You can't afford the damage. You can't afford to make yourself look like a bad man.
  3059. >A quick dip with a little water from the kitchen will tell you why.
  3060. >You just got an email from a friend requesting you make sure her friend was okay.
  3061. >You think of things to say and tell her, and that she and you would like to be there for her.
  3062. >She is in shock and she was upset, it was a bad break. You are not a bad man.
  3063. >She doesn't even know how to read so it's a bit of a shock to her but you are a human male.
  3064. >She's too young for you to even be her friend, just as much because she just met you.
  3065. >And a guy to be her friend. It's not just that. Her life has been ruined by a bunch of men who are friends too much too quickly.
  3066. >She wants to stay closer to you than you can reasonably support. She wants to be the same girl you were, not the new one.
  3067. >She's not sure what it is, but she thinks you are trying to get to her by making a fuss and then giving her hope.
  3068. >You give her hope.
  3069. >She wants hope.
  3070. >She isn't sure what she wants to say she needs you to do.
  3071. >Her mom is worried because she worries.
  3072.  
  3073. >You get up and talk to her.
  3074. >Her mom is worried because she is worried but her mother doesn't seem to be the biggest fan of you.
  3075. >She gets upset over you wanting to do something that other dads might not be. Her sister is a bit worried. Her dad is worried because he fears he won't see you.
  3076. >The girls in her life are worried because they are worried. Her family is worried because she's a bad mother but she's a good dad, but you're worried because you fear for your family's safety. You are worried because you're worried about your children's safety, and you're not sure you have a safe place for them. Your daughter is worried about it because you're worried because she's worried they will stop loving you for something. She's not sure what she will say once she has been through the first few weeks of this ordeal.
  3077. >You need to make her more comfortable around you and make her feel like she's safe and secure.
  3078. >Even as soon as you go and kiss her you feel her warmth as she knows your words mean it and that she can trust that you are an actual man. And she knows what she wants and you know exactly what she wants.
  3079. >At least it's comforting and that's the point.
  3080. >And you are safe and secure.
  3081. >That's what I think you both need to focus on. Finding a way to be safe and secure.
  3082. >You keep your mouth shut.
  3083. >To keep her out of the way so she doesn't think or act on what her sister feels. She is scared, but she's also scared she'll become a bad woman. And of course she might become a bad mother.
  3084. >Because as soon as you make her uncomfortable she realizes what you want. Her family would be safe and secure, you and the girls you make happy would be free of this. And you and the girls you make happy wouldn't have to worry about what a bad dad would have to say if he found out about them. And that makes them feel like they have a lot of friends.
  3085. >But it's in keeping with the message you wanted to send to be nice that all these things aren't actually going to happen. The whole "friendship thing" is just a lie.
  3086. >You are friends with people because of who you are. People who are happy with who they are. Friends who make a big show of spending time with their girl friends. Friends who are willing to take care of your needs every night. Friends who make sure you are in the best physical and mental health you could ever hope for. Friends who would do anything to go out without you and who knows there is a bunch of other girls out there on Equestria whom you haven't seen yet and who you could find if you're looking.
  3087. >It's
  3088.  
  3089. [810 | 1429.00] loss=2.52 avg=2.93
  3090. [820 | 1445.41] loss=2.52 avg=2.93
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  3092. [840 | 1478.25] loss=2.79 avg=2.92
  3093. [850 | 1494.67] loss=2.70 avg=2.92
  3094. [860 | 1511.14] loss=3.00 avg=2.92
  3095. [870 | 1527.59] loss=2.91 avg=2.92
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  3098. [900 | 1577.00] loss=3.11 avg=2.92
  3099. [910 | 1593.46] loss=2.38 avg=2.91
  3100. [920 | 1609.91] loss=3.68 avg=2.93
  3101. [930 | 1626.35] loss=2.22 avg=2.92
  3102. [940 | 1642.80] loss=2.69 avg=2.91
  3103. [950 | 1659.23] loss=2.49 avg=2.91
  3104. [960 | 1675.66] loss=2.89 avg=2.90
  3105. [970 | 1692.07] loss=3.04 avg=2.91
  3106. [980 | 1708.49] loss=2.73 avg=2.90
  3107. [990 | 1724.91] loss=2.72 avg=2.90
  3108. [1000 | 1741.31] loss=2.59 avg=2.90
  3109. Saving checkpoint/run2/model-1000
  3110. WARNING:tensorflow:From /tensorflow-1.15.2/python3.6/tensorflow_core/python/training/saver.py:963: remove_checkpoint (from tensorflow.python.training.checkpoint_management) is deprecated and will be removed in a future version.
  3111. Instructions for updating:
  3112. Use standard file APIs to delete files with this prefix.
  3113. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3114. idity of the room and feel the heat of the fire.
  3115. >"Anon. Can I know what a lot of those names mean?"
  3116. >The fire has stopped for now, but it has a tendency to spread when the flames on it flare up
  3117. >You turn to a third party.
  3118. "Gentlemen, I'm afraid there's no time for this."
  3119.  
  3120. =====================================
  3121.  
  3122.  
  3123. (Spoiler)
  3124.  
  3125.  
  3126. >You walk back over to the fire to see the three ponies on your right all looking around at you.
  3127. >They look confused.
  3128. >Why is Anon's back a mess?
  3129. >The only ponies you see that are visibly upset are the three mares that have just taken the microphone.
  3130. >"Anon! Anon! What do you need, sweetie? Can someone please help you?"
  3131. >You sigh and continue toward the fire when you hear the three ponies around you begin to panic.
  3132. >One is waving a hoof at Anon wearing sunglasses.
  3133. >"Anon! What's wrong?"
  3134. >The other is pointing a hoof at you.
  3135. >He looks away from it and shakes his head.
  3136. >His face is as red as the color of the fire.
  3137. >You continue up and you see he is waving a hoof back at you.
  3138. >You continue up to the fire and see the three ponies looking around nervously.
  3139. >"Anon! What's wrong?"
  3140. "Anon. Hey, guys, it's over here with a fire on my back," you say as you walk over to the fire and spot the three ponies.
  3141. >They are the ones who are holding the fire in anger.
  3142. >"Anon. Why wouldn't you want to get a good look at me?" I asked.
  3143. >You turn back and see the pony on your right looking away from the fire in confusion.
  3144. >"Sorry," he says.
  3145. >"I'm fine," the other says with a smile.
  3146. >"Good," the first says.
  3147. >You get a smile on your face and continue on your walk with the ones holding the fire.
  3148. >You get closer to the fire.
  3149. >There is an open flame that has begun to burn through your armor where the metal and wire has been torn from the joints.
  3150. "Oh! Is Anon there? He is."
  3151. >"Anon. Please come out of your room immediately," the three mares are begging him.
  3152. >The fire on your back is still burning.
  3153. >You walk over to your armor and look at the wounds where the mares had hit you with their hoofs.
  3154. >"Anon! Please come out of your room if you can."
  3155. >You look at them nervously.
  3156. >"Please," the last says.
  3157. >"We're sorry."
  3158. >Then, you see he is waving a hoof again.
  3159. >"Please," the first and second say simultaneously.
  3160. >"Please," the last says.
  3161. >"We're all sorry."
  3162. >"Please."
  3163. >"Please."
  3164. >You are Anon.
  3165. >Your armor is now on fire.
  3166. >"Please," the mares are begging you. It's your fault! You have killed yourself!
  3167. >"Please," the first is pleading.
  3168. “Look at me, Anon! Look at your little friend. You really can get that man out of this mess! It's not right for a pony to die like that!"
  3169. >You walk over to the third pony, who was standing in front of his helmet.
  3170. >He is holding his own helmet in his hand and he is looking at his helmet and his muzzle.
  3171. >You turn to the others and look at the fire.
  3172. >You hear the screaming from the fire and you know your mares want to get you.
  3173. >"Anon I think we have a problem here," says Anon.
  3174. >The four ponies in the room turn to you.
  3175. >They all look up at all the ponies.
  3176. >They're holding their breath.
  3177. >Their faces are red as the fire.
  3178. "Are you there?"
  3179. >"Anon! Look out! Where you coming?"
  3180. >You look out of the room to the fire.
  3181. >Anon has been burned.
  3182. >Tears are streaming from his eyes.
  3183. >His wounds are burnt all over.
  3184. >It is horrible.
  3185. >You know it, now, you can feel it.
  3186. >You look up to the fire.
  3187. >You can smell from the fire.
  3188. “Anon! Anon! Look out! That's Anon!"
  3189. >You yell.
  3190. "Anon! You alright?"
  3191. >The three mares holding the fire look around in disbelief.
  3192. ><...Are you sure about this stuff?"
  3193. >The three are looking back at you.
  3194. >They're staring at each other in disbelief.
  3195. >How on earth were they being so irresponsible?
  3196. >The room appears to be on
  3197.  
  3198. [1010 | 1787.96] loss=2.44 avg=2.89
  3199. [1020 | 1804.31] loss=3.08 avg=2.89
  3200. [1030 | 1820.63] loss=2.25 avg=2.88
  3201. [1040 | 1837.04] loss=2.81 avg=2.88
  3202. [1050 | 1853.43] loss=2.55 avg=2.88
  3203. [1060 | 1869.89] loss=2.79 avg=2.87
  3204. [1070 | 1886.34] loss=2.72 avg=2.87
  3205. [1080 | 1902.76] loss=2.49 avg=2.87
  3206. [1090 | 1919.17] loss=2.68 avg=2.86
  3207. [1100 | 1935.55] loss=2.95 avg=2.87
  3208. [1110 | 1952.02] loss=2.77 avg=2.86
  3209. [1120 | 1968.44] loss=2.96 avg=2.87
  3210. [1130 | 1984.88] loss=3.02 avg=2.87
  3211. [1140 | 2001.35] loss=3.23 avg=2.87
  3212. [1150 | 2017.79] loss=2.58 avg=2.87
  3213. [1160 | 2034.24] loss=2.95 avg=2.87
  3214. [1170 | 2050.67] loss=2.90 avg=2.87
  3215. [1180 | 2067.12] loss=2.57 avg=2.87
  3216. [1190 | 2083.51] loss=3.02 avg=2.87
  3217. [1200 | 2099.93] loss=2.72 avg=2.87
  3218. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3219.  what you see
  3220. >You see two of the animals running as you watch as the sun sinks in the sky
  3221. >The last of the rain has gone away, but the light and the cool breeze still hangs from the windows
  3222. >Your heart beat is slow, but it beats so slowly
  3223. >You close your eyes and relax, breath slow and steady
  3224. >"You can do this, Luna."
  3225. >She is the most beautiful human you have met
  3226. >Your arms wrapped around her neck, your eyes half closed
  3227. >The feeling of her body rubs against your own is amazing
  3228. >You can feel it in your limbs, you can feel the warm warmth of her heart, and the gentle touch of her muzzle
  3229. "Yes..."
  3230. >She leans in to you
  3231. >The way her hips and thighs move when pressed together, she moves her tail everytime you take her mouth
  3232. >"You can keep going."
  3233. >She lets out a quiet "Yes"
  3234. >You are no longer as timid, but as much afraid of making another failure
  3235. >You let go of her neck and bend your hips as much as possible
  3236. >Luna's tail wiggles beneath and then you hold Luna's neck as a human's hand goes through her back, moving upward
  3237. >There, in the air, her breasts are soft and beautiful
  3238. >So much better than you'd seen them from the pictures
  3239. >You are not just the first member of your herd, but she is your first lover and your first wife
  3240. >Her body has changed from a hot pink and white to a more delicate purple
  3241. >She now has curves that make it look stunning
  3242. >Her waist and hips have lengthened by a lot
  3243. >Her thighs are not thick and bulky
  3244. >They are soft and supple and soft
  3245. >You know she looks so much like you when she was just a young filly
  3246. >She's the best filly you've ever known
  3247. >And now to be your wife
  3248. >As you look into her eyes, you feel something strange
  3249. >She's not sure why she wants to get your cock in her
  3250. >You have to be really careful...
  3251. >She doesn't seem so anxious, as if she doesn't feel she's on the wrong road
  3252. >Her chest is firm, almost as if her heart was beating
  3253. >Her arms and calves are big and strong but not huge
  3254. >Her chest and neck are beautiful
  3255. >Her tits are large, even big at the smallest of them
  3256. >She's so strong, your heart is beating fast and she's making you feel horny just thinking about her
  3257. >Her lips are small and sweet, nothing like the other mares
  3258. >And you feel her cunt, lips are all the same color, she gives no sign of the usual teasing heat
  3259. >You can touch them too, you can push them together
  3260. >Her body is so much more exciting than any of the other mares you've seen, you think she's going to make you into a wife
  3261. >And she just can't let go
  3262. >The last three mares have been a total mess, no cum, no taste
  3263. >And this filly needs a little more stimulation so you put your finger deep inside
  3264. >She tries to bite at it, but it's too hot
  3265. >You hold her down, a lot, like a mare's stallion for your own pleasure
  3266. >Her head is still wet from the previous night, but the taste now is just as thick and sweet
  3267. >She gets her fill before you, and her tail is very wet
  3268. >You watch as she swallows and tries to hold her breath, she tries to suckle it
  3269. >Her face is still red but it's a pale, almost pearly shade from the rain
  3270. >This mare is like a dog when you put your hand inside, but she lets you play
  3271. >You try and take her into your hand, the heat of her pussy is getting hot and her breath is coming so easily
  3272. >You playfully touch her pussy with your fingers and lick along the outer lips, you know exactly what you are doing
  3273. >You don't know when to stop
  3274. >She stops biting
  3275. >"I'm yours, your seed, my pussy, cum," she growled.
  3276. >You groan inside, she looks so sad and you think the rainmorn is just going to stop for this mare
  3277. >You can feel it...
  3278. >Her mane and mane are as warm as if you were wrapped around it, she didn't even bathe in the rain, but you felt like the warmth of the sun made her shine, like you were inside her for the first time
  3279. >She lets out a quiet "I'm yours," and you start licking her pussy
  3280. >She looks like she's crying, she's hugging you tightly against her chest
  3281. >"You want this," she growled. "You'll always be mine."
  3282. >You want to cry
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  3304. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3305.  with a bang.
  3306. > "Anon!?"
  3307. "N-No. I-I just had an accident. And now i'm not-"
  3308. > "Well! What do you think of-"
  3309. "I've never touched a weapon before. I-I haven't had a gun since school was cancelled. That's a thing that'll never die. But you didn't see me using the first one out in the field. I don't think I will touch one again."
  3310. > "You know there's a limit to everything you can do. That limit is going to keep us safe. We're going to be able to carry one. But-,"
  3311. "We will never touch a weapon if we're going to keep them from coming back, right?"
  3312. > "That's why I came around for repairs."
  3313. > "I understand."
  3314. "You know I will have to keep a gun safe."
  3315. > "That's probably how this all started."
  3316. > "I'll have to tell Captain Cadance that the others are doing the same thing."
  3317. "No, you can't even carry guns on your own. I can see your weapons are probably all destroyed."
  3318. > "You just have to learn how."
  3319. > Cadance takes several short steps forward.
  3320. > "I-They're still operational?"
  3321. "Yeah."
  3322. > "How much damage are they doing?"
  3323. "Probably, I think it might have hit half the reserve. If you had not stopped it, they probably would have been done pretty quickly."
  3324. > "You have to be careful, no matter what. I can understand why you're scared. But there's a point to all of this-"
  3325. >"We have to be very careful, too. The other ponies might not be there if you put too much power into them."
  3326. > The officer steps forward, placing a hand on your leg.
  3327. > "We don't want any more ponies going missing."
  3328. "So, you know how to have a gun?"
  3329. > "I-I was told all the same thing back home."
  3330. > You can feel the grip on your right leg slip around, but it doesn't hurt much in that.
  3331.  
  3332. "Are you going to tell me how to fire it, so I can protect myself?"
  3333. > "Yes. Here, it's a little easier for you to see it."
  3334. > Cadance raises one of the remaining pistols from the desk, and you take them and hold it on the other end of the table.
  3335. > "Good. They don't have to be so powerful. Just let me get them all fired. Just try to keep the range. We still got this."
  3336. > You don't trust that she actually understands how many shots are in them.
  3337.  
  3338. ACTION:
  3339. - Have the first shot, then have her point toward what you intend to do next.
  3340.  
  3341. >"Well, I guess you're just going to have to come back with us. You know how the situation is out there. You know where the roads are, where the fire's coming from-"
  3342. "I'm not saying not to the ponies, I'm just being polite about not wanting to take anything else to the accident."
  3343. "I'll take your word to the next time I'm with you."
  3344. > "No, I'm simply saying, don't just go running out to the fields."
  3345. > "Very, very kind of you. And good."
  3346. "Thanks."
  3347. > "Let me know if you ever get lost."
  3348. "Well, don't ask me where to go. I think I'll be taking the next few days to do the right thing."
  3349. > "Then I'll keep my word to you. That'll keep us safe."
  3350. > You do keep a steady supply of supplies until the next time you see it again.
  3351. > That was a good idea.
  3352.  
  3353. -----
  3354.  
  3355. > The next day is spent flying above to get to the nearby village of Chippewa.
  3356. > When you reach the village, the wind begins to lighten, the rain picking up and the skies becoming darker.
  3357. > "The sun could do so much better in the sky."
  3358. "A little rain."
  3359. > "We're seeing quite a bit of lightning, it could go better to watch on the ground, but still-"
  3360. > "Right!"
  3361. > He gives you a smile.
  3362. > "It's about time for another patrol. A patrol of a few miles is what we're all going to be flying over."
  3363. > As you approach the town, the clouds begin to lighten, the sun even beginning to show signs of fading.
  3364. > "What's with these clouds?"
  3365. > "Oh, this is when they're about to fall over your heads. This will be our one more day."
  3366. > You let your wingtips flap just long enough to see for yourself whether it is the moon or the night sky.
  3367. > There. The
  3368.  
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  3390. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3391.  floating in a net out of the open sky (and not that you're quite sure about where that net is), they're really really friendly.
  3392. >Especially for a pony (who, for once, doesn't feel bad for being a pony), she's always ready for any other question or comment, and doesn't try to hide her smile when you put something in her mouth.
  3393. >She likes to talk about all sorts of stuff, and the more you see her she gets better, like the time she told you that she just wants to be friends and that she thinks you'll be great friends with her, and that she hopes you don't think of her that way.
  3394. >This is probably one of the only things that you're not completely sure about.
  3395. >You have no clue how you feel towards Rarity either way she's being.
  3396. >She's always kind to you, or she goes out of her way to play hard to get you.
  3397. >Sometimes you swear that she has a crush on you, and you can't help but smile when you hear her happily announce that she loves you.
  3398. >It's kinda cute really.
  3399. >The fact that she's the one who likes you first is proof enough that she cares a lot, and that she's happy to help you.
  3400. >That's the best thing to go with this friendship... And you know that you still have to go with that if you keep seeing things like that.
  3401. >She always smiles when she sees you, just kind of...
  3402.  
  3403. “I've told you the truth...”
  3404. >”But I don't let you talk about me so I don't know if it's because I think I could be your friend.”
  3405. >So basically she's telling you all these things that she doesn’t want you to know about the other mares?”
  3406. >She laughs the rest of the way.
  3407. >”Sorry, I just don’t like talking about them anymore, so I don’t talk about them.”
  3408. “They, uh, they’re your friends though?”
  3409. >”Uh huh, yes, you told me.”
  3410. “Is there anything else it would be because I like them?”
  3411. >She lets out a happy little squeik, and that makes your heart flutter.
  3412. >”Sorry, I wouldn’t care what they look like or anything.”
  3413. >”Huh?”
  3414. >She looks slightly troubled.
  3415. >”Just tell me if someone likes it or they don’t.”
  3416. >It takes a few seconds for her to fully open her eyes.
  3417. >You're sure of the fact that she’s just trying to protect you so that the others aren’t getting the wrong idea, but...
  3418. >You open your mouth to speak when she shoots you a nervous little wink.
  3419. >So you could probably be friends with all the ponies in the world; but that doesn’t mean you can talk about them.
  3420. >Because it doesn’t make you feel any less, you can understand why Rarity and Twilight are concerned about your behaviour.
  3421. >But to think that someone you were never happy with will make you sad if you leave the group is a whole other thing.
  3422. >You shake your head and continue.
  3423. >In the end that little smile on your face is more than enough to comfort you.
  3424. >”It would be good.”
  3425. “Alright. Thanks, Rarity, Twilight and Rarity.”
  3426. >”You always do.”
  3427. >Oh.
  3428. “Thanks again.”
  3429. >”Really? When you say so myself, the fact you're willing to help other mares is really cool.”
  3430. >”Yeah, we were thinking about that.”
  3431. >She sighs.
  3432. >“Just, I think I don’t like you all the way. Not now, not now.”
  3433.  
  3434. >...
  3435. >You've gotten really bad at this.
  3436.  
  3437. >You sit up in your bed and roll onto all fours as a pink pegasus trots down the hall and down the road towards your home.
  3438. >She's wearing a blue coat with a brown mane and tail, but her eyes is a bright white and she has a wide smile on her face.
  3439. >She looks pretty adorable, even with her fur a deep blue.
  3440. “Hey pegasus? Are you awake?” You ask her?
  3441. >She just looks at you blankly for a second.
  3442. >She’s probably still dreaming.
  3443. >She’s probably dreaming.
  3444. >And if things are going as they were, you are sure that one or two of the others are there as well.
  3445. >If they
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  3467. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3468. 's not good enough."
  3469. >You can't resist the feeling.
  3470. >A smile is slowly forming on your face as you look around the room slowly, searching for another way to start.
  3471. >A feeling of relief fills you, but you can't help but to feel a little guilty as well.
  3472. >The moment you started to think about it, the door slid smoothly open again.
  3473. >"Ah'll do my best."
  3474. >With that statement, the door pops open and you enter the living room.
  3475. >It seems as if the room has been transformed into a very nice home, as well.
  3476. “Aww, you did great." You mumble, turning your attention to the fireplace in the corner of the room.
  3477. >You take a deep breath before you begin to walk through it.
  3478. “I'm going to be so happy.  You're a really, really good friend.  A lot of friends are jealous, and I've known you for a few days."  You say sweetly.
  3479. >You feel a breeze around you as you walk in the doorway.  The wind doesn't seem to be a problem for you as you sit down on your couch and take a seat.  Just as you're about to open the drawer, a figure in a black cloak materializes in the doorway, pulling you out of your thoughts.
  3480. “Oi, do you remember your last visit?  What was it like walking into this world?"  You ask, pointing a finger at him.  
  3481. >He nods.    
  3482. "You said something about your parents?"  
  3483. >He sighs and rubs his chin in contemplation of it.    
  3484. "I told them, and they were really surprised.   They came in like, "Ooo!  What in the world are you doing?"  
  3485.  
  3486. "You know, I'm getting a bit worried that you're telling a bad story."    
  3487.  
  3488. >You both laugh and the man leans back in his chair.        
  3489. >You both laugh it out as you continue to enjoy yourself for the next few minutes.      
  3490.  
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  3492.  
  3493. >  You reach up and wrap a leg around your waist, giving you a solid grip.            You can already feel yourself relaxing.           You've got something warm to keep you warm as you feel the heat of hot air between your shoulders.              You can still see him poking you on your shoulder.             You move closer to him, giving him more room.                  The ground beneath you is smooth and polished to resemble an open, polished stone.                 You are currently floating over the top of his shoulder, just in time to catch an impact that sends you flying.                                         > The tip of his shaft is just barely visible through your layers of clothing at the moment.        >    
  3494. >
  3495. >    
  3496. “I-I didn't mean to hit you.       Please do not hit me.      I don't know if you can see, or it just feels so good.       But I know if we don't keep going with our efforts, I'll be so surprised."      
  3497. >  
  3498. >        
  3499. “I'm not hurting you.     I’m just... curious about what you feel.       Can’t exactly tell, but I think you may be curious about me.        I don’t know, actually.      I don’t need to know.      Please just stop.      I can’t hear you.     I didn’t mean to.     Not the kind of thing that makes me mad.        I wasn’t thinking about you much.      You don’t have to feel guilty.     It doesn’t really matter, I just haven’t figured out the right words yet.    
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  3522. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3523. ”I’ve noticed. It is very nice, unlike all the rest.”
  3524. > “What about that…?”
  3525. > Well, there isn’t more of this in Ponyville.
  3526. > “I heard about you and that guy came in and saved your ass with a sword.”
  3527. > Oh, now, this is weird.
  3528. “Yeah, um, yeah. I just…”
  3529. > In this universe you mean.
  3530. “Are you trying to get me in trouble.”
  3531. >”No, really.”
  3532. > Okay.
  3533. “I’ll tell you later on, um, sorry.”
  3534. > It took every bit of sense to keep your eyes focused on this thing.
  3535. >”You’re supposed to not do that to me! You’re supposed to be innocent!”
  3536. > Oh, that’s so sweet.
  3537.  
  3538. > There’s a little bird crying in the sky above your head.
  3539. > And in front of everyone.
  3540. > No wonder you got so mad at the woman, if nothing else.
  3541. > So, you had to make a little apology note to him.
  3542. > No doubt, he wasn’t happy about that, no doubt.
  3543. > And when your words got to him, he was almost too happy to make a run for it.
  3544. > You should have done that at some point anyway, after giving him a chance to try that stunt in the first place.
  3545. > Why couldn’t he just come over and tell you what’s wrong or not?
  3546. > You know a thing or two about the little bastard.
  3547. > And in some cases, it isn’t a little bit right.
  3548. > His head, as far as you know was the head of his own body.
  3549. > Not that you didn’t get to see that side of the coin a few times, either.
  3550. > Maybe he could give you one of these before he left?
  3551. “That’s the best part about the job, you know.”
  3552. > He doesn’t like you, you guess.
  3553. > “Yeah, I don…I’ve been…”
  3554. > Now you want him to be angry.
  3555.  
  3556. > “You’re doing great for me…”
  3557. > Wow.
  3558. “So you won’t let me see all that, now? Why not?”
  3559. > Oh my.
  3560. > No wonder, now!
  3561. > He didn’t seem pleased with the offer.
  3562. > “Don’t get me wrong.”
  3563. “So what, if you want it? What choice does you have?”
  3564. > “What? Because I already know the answer.”
  3565. > You could tell he actually had at least one.
  3566. > Of course, he just shrugged, and they always did that in his place when someone brought him to one of his hideouts.
  3567. > And, sure enough, even it came to his home, where he would walk the dogs and give them baths.
  3568. > But now?
  3569. “And what are you supposed to do?”
  3570. > “Yeah, I’m going to do that on my own.”
  3571. > Well, technically.
  3572. “But this is my house, so I can’t do anything for myself, just you’re gonna take care of the kids.”
  3573. > Well, that was a nice little bonus, you guess.
  3574. > But hey.
  3575.  
  3576. > In the end?
  3577. > Just you and him?
  3578. “Sure, you gotta do that as well.”
  3579. > Maybe you were right.
  3580. > You were getting better from his perspective, but it still didn’t feel anything like right to you.
  3581. > Not after all how you were being punished.
  3582. > And how you had said no to that.
  3583. > For example, now?
  3584. > You wouldn’t even have the chance to get that knife out of his hands, if that thing was all there are.
  3585. > Well, you had the option.
  3586. “I’m guessing I’m gonna try.”
  3587. > You didn’t look at him.
  3588. > You just wanted to be sure him.
  3589. > And sure enough, he was ready to give the option a test.
  3590. “That knife is pretty cool.”
  3591. > Maybe.
  3592. > You didn’t want to do this.
  3593. > But just the idea of doing it, even to someone who didn’t care what it will be like, was a nice bit of bonus.
  3594. > Then again, you weren’t sure why he wanted it anyway.
  3595.  
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  3617. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3618. Well, if I hear that your daughter is not yours anymore I-"
  3619. > The unicorn begins, but doesn't stop for too long
  3620. >"If your daughter could say sorry for not telling you sooner... if you made my heart melt... I would go and try to get the two of you some mementos. And you to myself."
  3621. "Yeah."
  3622. > She doesn't finish.
  3623. >"This doesn't mean I am done with what I did. I was, you know, a lot of fun."
  3624. "Mm-huh."
  3625.  
  3626. > You just sit there, you only have a bit of time to digest all the knowledge that was lost
  3627. > "Well then, the two of you have a lot to deal with."
  3628. > You frown and say something dumb and cheesy
  3629. "I-I've... done my d-dungeoneering for a while. Like for... what?"
  3630. > Pinkie leans forward and hugs you
  3631. >"Oh, m-m-my dad would be so happy if you made me all this, 'my mare needs help, so just give me a hoof!' "
  3632. > Then she just snuggles a bit tighter and just says, happy
  3633. > You try to calm down and try to keep your eyes on the ground, but a moment of sadness hits you
  3634. > You've missed you, and you try not to look in her eyes
  3635. "That is a shame. I love you. But I'm done."
  3636. > Her smile turns into a look of sympathy
  3637. >"So, the two of you would like to see me?"
  3638. > You rub her mane
  3639. "It will be a shame, but I'd like to go. My mom is not an entertain or- "
  3640. "Just go, you don't know if you want to."
  3641. >"I know you would."
  3642. "Sorry."
  3643. >"Then you should be nice to her."
  3644. "And if it comes to that, I should go back."
  3645. >"If you make my heart melt..."
  3646. > She snuggles closer close to you
  3647. >"Good."
  3648. > You feel her nuzzle you
  3649. "Goodbye..."
  3650. > You sit there and stare in the air.
  3651.  
  3652. > This isn't it, this feels like the worst kind of sadness, is this really the right time?
  3653. > Your body shudders
  3654. > Not to be a mare, not to be her mother, but just to be you and not be her anymore
  3655. “Hey, if it goes that far I don't want to leave you two out. You should have a nice breakfast too.”
  3656. > You lean in close and whisper it
  3657. "Not right now.”
  3658. > Pinkie giggles slightly
  3659. > "Is it just me or is she just a bit more...?"
  3660. "I know. And that’s fine. She deserves it."
  3661. > You say and lean back.
  3662. > Her back is already turned and she's looking you over
  3663. > Her hooves are curled up, though
  3664. “You're doing this again, I couldn’t bear to hear it. And we’re gonna be having a few pancakes too.”
  3665. > Not a moment ago you thought it was the end
  3666.  
  3667. > You're sitting back in your chair, looking at all your friends again
  3668. > You have to admit, today was a good day indeed
  3669. > The food is decent, probably a good amount of time spent by the two of you
  3670. > You’re getting all the gazes your mind can muster, as well
  3671. > A couple of the younger mares are getting a bit more nervous
  3672. > But not by much
  3673. > Pinkie’s nervousness is gone.
  3674. > Pinkie, however, is still a bit angry at some of what she was done, or did you say stupid words
  3675. > You don’t say anything, just watch.
  3676. > She’s smiling, a light blush is plastered on her face
  3677. > If she doesn’t have feelings for you you don’t want to hide it either
  3678. > It doesn’t take much
  3679. > Then you hear a noise outside, so you open the door
  3680. > You’re not sure what time it is, it probably just some noise
  3681. > Then it’s the same thing every day
  3682. > You start to put a book away before you even think about it
  3683. > The book feels really good, and you’d like to have more later, that way you don’t have to sit in your car all day
  3684. > You walk in the living room, and you’re not sure what you see
  3685. > The sight of yourself and her makes your heart beat faster
  3686.  
  3687. > You sit down at the kitchen table after a very awkward breakfast, and after putting the last of your eggs up the cake you set the bowl upright.
  3688. > Pink
  3689.  
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  3710. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3711.  how your head.
  3712. >Your own eyes drift over the page; you want to know what the story is here, but your head is so busy you can't do it!
  3713. >No?
  3714. >Well, you'd be honest with you.
  3715. >If you're honest with yourself, you wouldn't know.
  3716. >She's like, an adult.
  3717. >You couldn't imagine a better mare.
  3718. >She even tried to give you a hug in front of you, and you didn't even move!
  3719. >What the hay? You could be honest and hurt your good fortune if you were honest, and then she wouldn't let YOU hurt her!
  3720. "Is something wrong?"
  3721. >She laughs.
  3722. "It's just... I think a mare like this has no idea I'm actually her parent."
  3723. >"Oh?" She snorts, holding out her forelegs in front of you
  3724. "Yeah?"
  3725. >"Did you feel any different?"
  3726. "N-no."
  3727. >She giggles and pulls back from your leg.
  3728. >"Well, it's no big deal, you don't have to hurt me. You just have to do what's best for her."
  3729. "What's best for her?"
  3730. >"I dunno, she's the same one she was always."
  3731. "So you're not her mommy?"
  3732. >"I don't think she was her mommy." she says, her eyes narrowing
  3733. "I didn't give her mommy any good advice."
  3734. >"I'll be honest, don't wanna be a pussy."
  3735. >You both laugh at her.
  3736. >"No kidding." She grins knowingly before nodding and turning her tail back to your side.
  3737. >"Hey." She looks down at it.
  3738. >"I'm not going to let you see what has happened."
  3739. "What happened?"
  3740. >"This." She looks up at you pleadingly.
  3741. "Is why you aren't me."
  3742. >"You can get used to it, I guess." She snorts and pulls back from your leg.
  3743. "You're not sure?" You ask.
  3744. >"N-not yet."
  3745. "How many times have you heard me, 'Hey, you want to work for one of these mare ponies?' Do you know who's your boss?"
  3746. >You laugh.
  3747. "How many times hasn't something like that happened?"
  3748. >She laughs.
  3749. >"I'm going to be honest with you, okay?" She holds her eyes closed and pats you on the head.
  3750. "Really?"
  3751. >>"Yeah, she's a fucking tough mare with a big butt."
  3752. "What's she done to me?"
  3753. >>"She did to you just the same."
  3754. "I don't think that's how it works."
  3755. >>"You like me, asshole. You're lucky I'm not your boss."
  3756. "Why not me?"
  3757. >"You're not, though."
  3758. "I have the same boss as you."
  3759. >>"Yeah, but we just talked about a little joke, and it kinda blew up into something we decided we were funny."
  3760. "Oh, okay."
  3761. >"So. Is you in charge? Or are you the secretary for Rainbow and I?"
  3762. "Is Rainbow the secretary?"
  3763. >>"She was in her office, just the rest of you keepers."
  3764. >You chuckle.
  3765. "She knows a fair amount about my business. Do you really feel that way?"
  3766. >She looks at you quizzically, before putting an arm on your arm.
  3767. >"I-i guess not."
  3768. "Really?"
  3769. >>"Yeah, she was the manager."
  3770. "Well, Rainbow?"
  3771. >She looks at you funny.
  3772. >"We weren't going to do business until you left, Anon."
  3773. >You both look at her.
  3774. >You could just tell you're uncomfortable with this.
  3775. "I don't know what you're going to think of me."
  3776. >>"You should have said something, you really got something on your mind."
  3777. >You can't help it, but it'd look creepy.
  3778. >"No, it was just a joke."
  3779. "But why not? I don't get to work and not get to pay for your jokes."
  3780. >>"I-I just don't know."
  3781. "Really?"
  3782. >>"Well, I don't get a lot of free time."
  3783. "Why not?"
  3784. >>"Well, a mare like Equestria isn't that different from a common mare. They have free time."
  3785. "I'd feel like shit, if I actually got a man."
  3786. >>"I have a few of them."
  3787. >You nod, sigh, and give her one last look before pulling out of your arm.
  3788. "I have too many too."
  3789. >She sighs to herself and pulls away from your arm.
  3790. >"W-well, now you know why you never went out
  3791.  
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  3813. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3814. .
  3815. >You sigh, you're just getting used to the whole 'mah-motha.'
  3816. >”It’s a little weird, though.”
  3817. >Well, to be honest with yourself, you’re no stranger to this.
  3818. >But, you might have to learn a new way of thinking if you want to continue.
  3819. >No, no, you’re not.
  3820. >Or, you’d just get used to it.
  3821. >”You know what, sometimes you’d rather have a drink in one wing than two in the other.”
  3822. >Well, you know the’s what.
  3823. “And, if I were a good pony: I’d have a drink in each wing, if possible.”
  3824. >You sigh, and return the bar to normal.
  3825. “It’s just the things we’re used to in this place. The food, the bar. The way it’s set up, the smell of alcohol, and the way it’s lit.”
  3826. >…Okay, let’s go back to where you left off, or more likely, what you’d feel like going back if you did.
  3827. >What did you think about when you got that thing set up at first last time around?
  3828. >Probably not, ‘that’s kind of a touchy subject,” you think, as you start searching for your jacket.
  3829. >You find it sitting across from you, where it is currently hidden in a pocket.
  3830. >You smile, and remove your hand from the front of the jacket.
  3831. “Well, I’ll get to that later.”
  3832. >Your hand quickly works its way on your cheek, and on the back of your neck.
  3833. >After a bit of looking, you find it again.
  3834. >Looking down, you spy the familiar yellow and black of the chest piece from your favorite sweater.
  3835. “It’s alright, you have that in your pocket,” you say.
  3836. >He does not have to tell you why that was in the pocket of your jacket.
  3837. >It’s more like he’s just used it. A convenient way to quickly put on something, even something heavy like a sweater.
  3838. >He smiles.
  3839. >There’s more to it than that, though.
  3840. >You could see him frowning at something to say, and he seemed anxious for the answer.
  3841. >That’s when you noticed it.
  3842. >He was leaning over, staring at your chest.
  3843. >His eyes, like so many others, were closed, and there was that small expression of…
  3844. >”I’m sorry.”
  3845. >He sounds really sorry.
  3846. >He sounds really upset.
  3847. >Well, if you’re a good pony, you’d see that.
  3848. >But he’s looking at you right now, and you didn’t want to see it.
  3849. >It’s not something you’d see before, either, and it seemed like you’d never seen himself in this situation.
  3850. >But he was trying.
  3851. >You can't do without seeing it.
  3852. >He didn’t know the answer to this question, even if that was for sure.
  3853. >He’d tried.
  3854. >He’d tried.
  3855. >Even though you had to think.
  3856. >You could see it in his eyes.
  3857. >He might not be the most logical pony out there, but he was always thinking.
  3858. >”I’m just glad it didn’t turn out badly.”
  3859. >And that’s how you saw it all the time.
  3860. “I’ve lost friends,” you say. “But I’m glad they’re here now.”
  3861. >He chuckles, and tilts his head to one side.
  3862. >His face is a mask of fear.
  3863. >”It’s not fair. You’ve lost some friends, and I’ve been out here for just about an hour.”
  3864. >Well, it was a long time ago now.
  3865. >But, just about an hour.
  3866. >The moment you started getting to know him, the first thing you noticed was how calm he was.
  3867. >Except when you said 'but” or””but’ and he didn’t say anything.
  3868. >Just like a fish.
  3869. >”You’re very pretty, Master.”
  3870. >He was smiling a little bit, but it was still slightly unsettling.
  3871. >He was the same calm, even a little bit more nervous
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  3893. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3894.  we don’t have much time left today.
  3895. >She walks over to your desk.
  3896. >She leans against your desk, resting her wings on the edge.
  3897. >Your desk is in her lap, but she sits on her left side and her right side too.
  3898. >”I’m sorry for not being at my best. Can I ask what it’s like going back and forth? I was trying to put my thoughts to one place first!”
  3899. >She places her hand on his wing.
  3900. >His head falls.
  3901. >”My wings.”
  3902. “They’re my wings. Your wings are my fingers. They get caught in my mind.”
  3903. >He frowns and leans his head back.
  3904. >The same looks spread on his face.
  3905. >”Don’t worry, Anon.”
  3906. “It really is that old.”
  3907. >He reaches out, resting his forearm on her wing.
  3908. >”I can see the same magic that made this all possible. It doesn’t feel any different now that it’s finally out there. You can still see it in my eyes as I'm trying to keep control of something inside of you.”
  3909. >You frown.
  3910. >There’s a hint of resentment in the tone of her voice.
  3911. >”I think that you probably don’t need to know this right now. But, as soon as I feel like you're going to let me fly, I’m going to do my best to take care of it.”
  3912. >Her face falls back as you turn around to find her standing next to you.
  3913. >She has a frown line up across her face as she looks at her feet.
  3914.  
  3915. >”I’ll call right now, if you don’t mind.”
  3916. >She nods and walks over to her desk.
  3917.  
  3918. >You turn back to her with a smile.
  3919. >She pokes the desk and reaches down to a pocket in her desk.
  3920. >”You can bring that in if you want. ”
  3921. >She takes the pocket and places a card in it.
  3922. >She puts it in the envelope that’s on top of her desk.
  3923. >Her expression drops as she takes it.
  3924. >”That’s my work; it’s just that, paperwork. I can tell you’re going to need a place to work, so I should tell you what I need to show you.”
  3925. >She stops and glances at you as her head drops.
  3926. >”I have to go to my meeting place.”
  3927. >The meeting place? Where?
  3928. >Her eyes drift down to her feet as she starts to fall back.
  3929. >”That’s because this has to wait.”
  3930. >She leans into your hold and stumbles towards the door.
  3931. >”I’m sorry for asking, but...”
  3932. “You can talk to me when you want if you want.”
  3933. >She stumbles back into your lap and pulls her legs up, her mouth hanging open.
  3934. >”I’ll be back.”
  3935. >Your voice is loud and confident.
  3936. >”Okay, cool. Just keep on reading.”
  3937. “I’ll see you later, Miss Snowdrop.”
  3938. >She starts to lean back onto your lap.
  3939. >”Hehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehehe hehuhuhuhuuhoohehehehuhuuugudgory.”
  3940. >You smile.
  3941.  
  3942. >”Hehe hehe...”
  3943.  
  3944. >A moment later, the door swings open with a peal of laughter from the crowd.
  3945. >>”Well!”
  3946. >The crowd goes silent.
  3947. >”Miss Snowdrop, I’m glad you’re here now.”
  3948. >”I apologize for being so sudden. I needed to get ready. To get ready for the meeting.”
  3949. “Excuse me, miss Snowdrop. Can somebody hear me from somewhere outside?”
  3950. >You get the sound of someone behind you again and turn your head.
  3951.  
  3952.  
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  3974. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  3975.  swish.
  3976. >Your gaze settles on the little pegasus as its eyes light up.
  3977. >You wonder if something had been lost from them, or else how she's still so fragile.
  3978. >Her smile is still as she leans in to you, and she seems to be having a good time.
  3979. >Maybe you could tell them what's up.
  3980. >That might work as a better lie, or you can just pretend it's just her.
  3981. >You're about to give out an expression when a blue-and-green blur suddenly turns around and charges at your face.
  3982. >Its ears fold downwards like a dog, eyes scanning the place that she can't see you, ready to bite if it finds out which way is which.
  3983. >You duck and spin to see a purple unicorn mare, her wings whipping furiously in the opposite direction, ready to flinch from your claws.
  3984. >It's just like when they came before—the green blur with nothing but the purple pegasus' teeth to hold them against, and the purple pegasus' tail twisting around to hold the flustered mare in place.
  3985. >Then, it's a matter of a few seconds of confusion as you realize what's going on.
  3986. >She's already looking at you, eyes wide open and wide-eyed with rage, head still firmly set on that of a dog, teeth baring in place and ears pinned in a fixed line.
  3987. >"Anon!"
  3988. >You try to scramble to hide your expression.
  3989. >Panting, you're forced back to a seat.
  3990. >It's a bit like being in a car while the windshield wipers keep going, but you can't help but look a bit nervous at the idea of having someone bite.
  3991. "It's been me, not Twilight. The ones that came this time were really dangerous! The others just showed up and tried to get away!"
  3992. >You blink and sigh, "I'll tell you what. I'd tell them to either get out before I do this, or I'll bite back!"
  3993. >You turn and scowl at her again, "The last thing I need to do is do that to you! Twilight, what is it?"
  3994. >She just shrugs, "A bit of a buzz on your flank, huh? Not gonna lie, that's the worst feeling I've ever had."
  3995. >You sigh and put a thumb to your lips, then pull on your handbag, looking around for something to put on your head.
  3996. >You see the purple pegasus again, eyes scanning the place until suddenly it's gone and the purple pegasus standing tall.
  3997. >"What is this?!"
  3998. >A few more times like that, and it becomes abundantly clear how little trust the pegasus has to you.
  3999. >Not the least of which, since nothing feels quite right.
  4000. >When they were in here, you'd been like this for the past five days, but something is seriously wrong there.
  4001. >There's something else you should be doing.
  4002. >You think about your next move, but you don't have the will.
  4003. >A few times in, and you can see that Twilight isn't trying to get her friend to leave, and you wonder if she's the same pony who brought him here in the first place.
  4004.  >The purple pegasus's body is wrapped in a thin layer of yellow magic, and her wings twitch with each motion.
  4005. >The red pegasus's hooves feel like they're made to be carried.
  4006. >Like she doesn't want to leave.
  4007. >You can see Twilight's face when she's trying to keep them straight.
  4008. >They're still trying to figure her out, despite her attempts to calm her from her anger and panic over the pegasus's actions.
  4009. >Whatever.
  4010. >You don't have to ask.
  4011. >The princess is staring into nothing.
  4012. >Your eyes fall, and your throat hits the ground.
  4013. >Why is Twilight staring at you?
  4014. "I-"
  4015. >You look down at Twilight.
  4016. >Why would she stare at you?
  4017. >It's a weird question, but even so you keep asking it.
  4018. >Why were your last encounters with Twilight this intense?
  4019. >You feel like a fish in a barrel, staring at no end of blackness while your body feels like it's being filled with purer-than-thou bliss.
  4020. >You've had many days off from your studies this week, but even as the last few miles of the hike are taking place you can still see something stirring underneath.
  4021. >You can see the panic in Twilight's eyes as she tries to find the answer to this.
  4022. >You don't know where it's coming from, but it seems to be coming from somewhere deep within herself.
  4023. >You try to open your mouth, but she cuts the talk as she leans over you
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  4045. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4046.  and the door to the kitchen.
  4047. >A small, quiet voice from behind you greets you.
  4048. >It’s a voice you’ve heard many times before, but you’re not sure you're remembering it.
  4049. >”Well, it seems like I won’t be able to help your daughter again.”
  4050. >You have heard what these kinds of things are called, but you aren’t sure what he’s implying.
  4051. >The kitchen table isn’t quite close.
  4052. >You’re standing to your left, just beside the door.
  4053. >”Oh, come on out.”
  4054. >You hear a faint murmur of protest from your son.
  4055. >”But I still have some questions you’d like to answer first.”
  4056. >You blink.
  4057. >That's one of the few times you haven’t ever had to deal with this particular issue.
  4058. >He’s being serious.
  4059. >You haven’t made him mad.
  4060. >You’ve been listening to the conversation with the rest of the family, but you don’t feel like listening to any of the arguments.
  4061. >You’re still thinking on what he’s implying; for example, he might be implying you’re not supposed to trust the kitchen.
  4062. >When did you give him that assurance?
  4063. >If all he can say is, then why does he know about that?
  4064. >You can’t argue against that.
  4065. “I“ll tell you why you should trust me and why you should believe me when I say I’l trust you.”
  4066. >You nod, and silence.
  4067. >He stands up and shuffles over towards you.
  4068. >You walk over to the seat, and sit down on the chair between him.
  4069. >”Now, I do understand. You’re saying you won’t have him there when I return tomorrow morning.”
  4070. >You do the same.
  4071. >And in exchange you agree to give him a list of things to tell you when he returns the kitchen.
  4072. >There’s a small list to give your son.
  4073. >Oh, you didn’t even realize you’d been writing down a little list.
  4074. >You hope he hasn’t already reached a point where a reason is now as strong as fear.
  4075.  
  4076. >What are you going to do in response?
  4077. >The door opens, and you’re greeted immediately.
  4078. >”I see you’re a great big baby now, but I just want to ask this now to make up for a little boy.”
  4079. >You blink.
  4080. >He goes on in some longer explanation before eventually pulling back and muttering under his breath.
  4081. >You feel terrible just sitting there, staring at your son.
  4082. >”I…”
  4083. >He’s getting close.
  4084. >”…need your money, not knowing when we’ll be out.”
  4085. >”I’m worried not having you all back with me is making life hard to make a proper living wage for both of you.”
  4086. >He shrugs.
  4087. >”I’ll go with Flutters, and if your daughter has a good reason, it’ll be my fault.”
  4088. >He takes a deep breath and says it, with some hesitancy in his voice.
  4089. >He nods, then walks quickly after Flutters.
  4090. >That’s when you finally think it’s over.
  4091. “I’m sorry.”
  4092. >Flutters turns down your offer.
  4093. >”I’m a little surprised you feel comfortable with me…maybe because I’m my dad.”
  4094. >She scoffs and turns to face you, which you realize is a bad sign.
  4095. >”Anyway, I’m sorry. I’d never considered talking to you all like that, but I’ll think you’ll be ok.”
  4096. >This time, she says it more softly than you’d expect her to.
  4097. >”I understand.”
  4098. “You should tell Flutters about it.”
  4099. >You shake your head.
  4100. >Still, some reason is behind it.
  4101. >”Well, it’s fine. It’s not my fault.”
  4102. >This actually gives a little bit of hope.
  4103. >Now you don’t have an excuse to be angry.>Or upset.
  4104. >You should at least talk to him, and try and see why he’s so anxious.
  4105. >You look up.
  4106. >Flutters is
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  4128. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4129.  flesh, the one that I'll look after after.
  4130. > The day doesn't go your way, and you aren't even able to hide the relief he feels.
  4131. > The sound of hooves on the table behind you rings out, and for a second you wonder if the table is just another place you are to be shared with, but it can't be; the three of you are now there together.
  4132. > Even without his magic to hold you, the table you were left at is much more secure than the one at your office.
  4133. > You look down at the empty space left before you, wishing you would have left something for your little brother.
  4134. > That's just not right yet; what's been done to him is still happening, and now you've got nothing.
  4135. > The air had been cool out lately, and he had been spending all evening laying around in his office, but now you were sitting in the kitchen, watching a TV.
  4136. > That was about your brother.
  4137. > A little more than half an hour.
  4138. > The house was silent.
  4139. > That was why you didn't hear his voice, but instead felt a touch of warmth coming from the corner of your eye.
  4140. > After that, it was the same kind of feeling you got in the morning.
  4141. > A touch of warmth that had come from his bed.
  4142. > Something warm that had come from his bath.
  4143. > A touch of warmth that meant something to a lot of ponies, and if he was still there you were about to meet him.
  4144. > Your sister's voice has barely made it from the kitchen before it can be heard even with your cloak, and the house is already ringing.
  4145. > "The door. Leave it alone. It's yours."
  4146. > You nod.
  4147. > Even as you step outside you notice a lot of the mares are looking around.
  4148. > Even as they're searching for you.
  4149. > But to your surprise, they're being careful as well.
  4150. > Not just because of the mares who were searching your office, but because of the mares who were searching your room.
  4151. > There are two pony ponys on the corner of the hall, but they're still moving, too afraid to come down there and see you.
  4152. > A hoof passes under a window, and the door opens.
  4153. > That didn't mean he was about to be alone.
  4154. > The door shuts, and a gentle hum escapes from outside.
  4155. > There is someone behind the door; perhaps you could pass by, but it's better not to cause any trouble.
  4156. > You walk closer.
  4157. > As you close the door you're struck by what you've never expected:
  4158. > A young pegasus, not your size, and one of those stallions going full out on a stallion.
  4159. > With a heavy heart, you try to shake the memory of your own sister's warning off your mind.
  4160. "Hey there, Applejack. You're going to have an office to yourself, and not just because you're the stallion from the family business."
  4161. > A smile comes to you, and your wings twitch slightly.
  4162. > You're about to respond to your brother's call when a pony mare pulls you in for a quick hug.
  4163. > "Oh, s'aww. Is Applejack going to be mad at you?"
  4164. > You nod, but don't look away.
  4165. > "Sorry to have dragged you away a while ago. It's just a bit of a hassle."
  4166. > The hug continues, and the two of you end up huddled near the doorway.
  4167. "Thanks. Sorry that you had to go through all of this, but it did help my sister to see you and give you comfort."
  4168. > "Yeah."
  4169. > The mare is blushing under your own, but you are doing your best to keep from shivering.
  4170. > "Not complaining again, I'm sure the good times won't be missed. If you don't wanna talk about this, I can tell you all about it. I'm a little busy here."
  4171. > You chuckle.
  4172. > For you, a day of doing the opposite of your brother's work wasn't particularly hard.
  4173. > For him, a day of coming here and being alone and tired was probably the worst thing ever.
  4174. "So, Applejack."
  4175. > "Good-by?"
  4176. > She nods and you walk behind her hooves, and the door is finally closed behind you.
  4177. "And thanks too."
  4178. > You close the door on both of them, and turn back when she's done with you.
  4179. > "I'll see you both again. And thank you."
  4180. > She stops moving, and you begin to walk after them.
  4181. > You have to hurry.
  4182. > As your heart takes on speed you pause for a moment to catch your breath.
  4183. > You will have to run.
  4184.  
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  4186. [3410 | 6019.55] loss=3.13 avg=2.77
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  4207. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4208. !"!
  4209. >That was the best idea.
  4210. >What?
  4211. >[spoiler]
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  4245. >[Spongegull is a mare. She's a big mare too.]
  4246. >[spongegull is a mare. She has a big cock.]
  4247. >[spongegull is a mare. She's beautiful.]
  4248. >[spongegull is a beautiful horse and is very tall.[/spongegull is a beautiful horse. What an amazing choice.]]
  4249. >[spongegull is a beautiful mare. She's beautiful and a wonderful mare]
  4250. >[spongegull is a beautiful mare. She has the best mane[/spongegull has a big fat dick]
  4251. >[Spongegull is a beautiful mare. She just rocks!]
  4252. >[Spongegull is not nice.]
  4253. >[spongegull is a terrible mare. Is really, really, really, really awful. She's way better than that]
  4254. >[Spongegull is really very cute.]
  4255. >[Spongegull is not bad at sex.]
  4256. >[Spongegull is not that good at sex.][spongegull doesn't have stallion genes. She has too many other things going for her. Just a few]]
  4257. >[Spongegull is really, REALLY good at sex.][spongegull gets fucked by three different stallions. Two male stallions, two white stallions and a red colt]
  4258. >"Uhh, I want more, Master?" squirmed out of your lap.
  4259. >"You know, I'm not going to keep you around for much longer. You have your own life." you explained. “Now if you don't mind me asking why there's a stallion in my home?"
  4260. >"Uh, you mean my life?" Twilight replied. "Is that right?”
  4261. >You look to your side.
  4262. >Your face.
  4263. "Sorry that happened. It's just something I was thinking about."
  4264. >"You've been in this position for a long time?" Twilight asked.
  4265. "What? For three months or so."
  4266. >"You haven't even begun? You're a slave." she shot back.
  4267. >"My Master's not really sure whether he's a slave or not. Maybe he can decide based on his whims." she added. "Just leave me alone and I don't have to think about slaves all the time."
  4268. >You take a step in the direction of your sister.
  4269. "What."
  4270. >You turn your head back towards the door.
  4271. >Hogwarts had a lot of doors with locks on them like that. You're not sure why you haven't just walked by every one in the castle.
  4272. >"Oh, Master?"
  4273. "What?"
  4274. >"I... think. I'm a bit... nervous. Could I ask you something?"
  4275. >You're a little confused. You didn't say anything but Twilight's comment made you think.
  4276. >"You're not a slave are you?"
  4277. >That had happened before.
  4278. >"No, I'm not. And if I was I don't think I would have wanted to be with myself. I... think about what you see. Can you trust me?"
  4279. >"I think you would. Just what are you going to do?"
  4280. "I'm going out to dinner. You're a pretty, pretty pony. I should be thinking about my relationship."
  4281. >"A relationship?"
  4282. "I told you once that I love you."
  4283. >"Oh, oh."
  4284. >Twilight's smile loosens.
  4285. >"I think there's a problem with ponies being a mare all on their own. They can't be, like, as good at everything with just their own hooves. Besides, what would happen to you if you were a stallion?"
  4286. >You blush at Twilight's question.
  4287. "You could go home and be a good, quiet, nice companion to yourself. Maybe you could
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  4309. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4310.  really-"
  4311. "You've actually been with us for a long time, Applejack. You haven't forgotten how this was."
  4312. >You reach down and shake her head slightly, "And I'm not going to abandon my little ponies like this."
  4313. >Applejack's head drops to the floor as a shock wave of pain runs through her.
  4314. >"What? No, no I didn't-"
  4315. >"H-huh huh. You're being a d-damned hypocrite." Applejack moans out, her voice coming out in gasps and tears.
  4316. >She's getting a headache. You've never ever seen Applejack go through pain like that before.
  4317. >Horseapples?
  4318. >But that didn't make any sense.
  4319. >She had been thinking of leaving this place.
  4320. >In order for her to simply get here, she'd need to do something really, really evil.
  4321. >Her voice grows softer, "I-I think, I'm just going to go get some coffee. It's late in the morning, but I'm sure you just want to relax. You're in the city. It should be easy enough to-"
  4322. >Your attention goes to Applejack, and you recognize her as well.
  4323. >Applejack isn't used to being in your presence.
  4324. >But it's still strange to see her in your home, when you've seen her the last time.
  4325. >Applejack, you think, is used to being alone.
  4326. >She's not used to being loved.
  4327. >But you've known her for a very, very, very long time so you aren't surprised.
  4328. >She was a filly before you were born, and now she is a filly, albeit a very precious one.
  4329. >There is a huge weight lifted off your shoulders for a moment, and Applejack immediately falls back into you.
  4330. >You feel her tighten her grip and pull her against you.
  4331. >You feel her pulse in your chest, then in your hair, and then all the way down to your thighs.
  4332. >Applejack's hands are tied behind her back, and you don't want her to be a distraction.
  4333. >Applejack's ears and tail are tied up.
  4334. >A gentle weight presses down from your crotch to hold Applejack in the air.
  4335. >The pain and pleasure in your cock and balls is palpable.
  4336. >Anon's fingers wrap around your balls and hips, sending waves of pleasure through the pleasure coursing through your pelvis.
  4337. >Anon is working them all up, pumping them hard and faster.
  4338. >You can see your dick rubbing against your belly, you can taste your own cum on it.
  4339. >Anon pounds them in a circle, pumping them faster and faster.
  4340. >You feel your own balls moving out and against their own bodies.
  4341. >The pressure your cock is pushing against the fabric of your pants sends a shock through you.
  4342. >The pleasure is overwhelming.
  4343. >You can't believe it, and your balls feel light as it flow through them like warm spring water.
  4344. >You hear a voice behind you interrupt you.
  4345. >"Ah think we need to, ah think we really do." Anon says.
  4346. >He leans in, taking Applejack's head into his hands and lifting up her head for you.
  4347. >You can't resist it, and you don't want to let go.
  4348.  
  4349. >The way the fabric of your pants are pulled down over you and your balls is just a little different than in the old days.
  4350. >Today, it's completely un-stretched.
  4351. >You can't help but stare at it.
  4352. >"Anon ah think you're forgetting something. Ah don't forget."
  4353. >You pull away from the mare and stare up at him.
  4354. >In a flash, you drop on top of Anon and thrust into the air.
  4355. >Anon's thrusts and your thrusts fill your entire cock, sending both the pleasure and the pleasure-pump all the way up your cock.
  4356. >He can't help but let out another moan, and you shoot into himself for the very first time, sending him through his orgasm in the process.
  4357. >"And the next time he'll know to stop, Anon."
  4358. >He pulls out with a smile, and you shoot back inside him.
  4359. >You shoot into him, filling his dick in you.
  4360. >Anon pulls out in an instant, and then you shoot in your own.
  4361. >You feel your whole cock in his cock, even your balls.
  4362. >You reach down, and you grab Anon's balls, and place them in your mouth.
  4363. >"Ah think he likes it, Applejack." He comments.
  4364. >You suck on Anon's balls as he tries to make sense of what you're doing to him.
  4365. >Anon is feeling his own orgasm coming as he gasps.
  4366. >"
  4367.  
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  4389. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4390.  were not going to see a pony.
  4391. >The only thing you can think of is that she might just want to be alone.
  4392. >Ling doesn't do that, though.
  4393. "I can't believe he would actually take the risk! I thought you were going to be the one helping him because you needed the money."
  4394. >She just nods.
  4395. >That's a sign she likes it.
  4396. >She seems to be really interested in it.
  4397. >Ling lets out a soft, breathy laugh and stares back up at you.
  4398. >Her face is flushed with blush.
  4399. >You feel a little bad for her, but you can't let her go now.
  4400. "I want you to understand something. I know you can't do anything about it right now, but we have to stop her from being a problem. Especially after she just lied about taking the risk of not even being there."
  4401. >This time, she does her best to look downcast.
  4402. "She's just doing this for me."
  4403. >She does now, and she doesn't even seem to mind.
  4404. >It would probably look weird if you left her like that.
  4405. "But I've been going to her for a very long time, and you've never been an actual friend."
  4406. >It's pretty obvious why Twilight would stop being a friend.
  4407. >Ling looks over at you, like a little child that has grown up to be too stubborn to take advice.
  4408. >"Is that true? I don't feel a... attraction to you, but... you are..." Ling trails off, then continues "M-male?"
  4409. >Her eyebrows rise up and her mouth opens to reveal a bright pink tongue that is a hell of a lot bigger and longer than usual.
  4410. >Goddammit she's talking to herself!
  4411. >Oh fuck.
  4412. "Goddammit I didn't know you talked to yourself all the time," you demand, trying to put her at ease. "And besides, you seem kinda lonely."
  4413. >Ling sighs and looks down at you.
  4414. >"I'm sure you don't intend to be lonely?"
  4415. >She just giggles and pulls a small, long-handled balled-up leather purse from her purse and hoists it on her back. The back end is padded with a padded collar and a leather-wrapped pouch.
  4416. >Ling takes the pouch and peers at your waistline.
  4417. >"So this is what you wore back on earth? You look pretty athletic compared to your human," she says, "Do you have a favorite sports team?"
  4418. >Ling sighs again and leans in further.
  4419. >"I was a little bit different back on earth."
  4420. >Her eyes are wide and she seems to be sizing you up.
  4421. >"You could be one of the most physically gifted ponies of your generation. It would be easy to look like one of my first-years and brags of the college track teams I played in."
  4422. >She tries to draw herself taller, but you keep up and make her try again.
  4423. >Ling's getting pretty good at this.
  4424. >"I'm a lot softer and more athletic than my human, which makes her look a lot more comfortable and professional compared to me. So here."
  4425. >She grabs a leather purse and pulls it down, revealing a blue feathery pouch with a single gold gem in the center.
  4426. >That's exactly what she was looking for.
  4427. >You put a fist by her hip and she gasps.
  4428. "Here..."
  4429. >She looks up at you with excitement.
  4430. >"That's for me. It's my first bag!"
  4431. >Oh, Celestia, she's talking.
  4432. >"Here..."
  4433.  
  4434. >Be Twilight Sparkle
  4435. >The clouds are blowing and the sun is not shining
  4436. >It feels like nightfall
  4437. >You are currently enjoying a wonderful morning breeze that is currently blowing through your house.
  4438. >You were just thinking, and you suddenly remembered that you could probably do with a proper morning routine.
  4439. >You sit down on your couch and sigh in relief.
  4440. >It felt so much better this morning, and you really shouldn't blame Twilight for the sudden happiness.
  4441. >You know, it's also a little weird, sitting on your couch and reading through a journal like you just did something for the first time in months.
  4442. "Good morning, Twilight. How was your day today?"
  4443. >Twilight's eyebrows rise up and her eyes start to light up.
  4444. >"Oh, that was the best day of my life. I did everything you asked of me."
  4445. >Wow.
  4446. >You're really glad you didn't tell her that sooner.
  4447. >That sounds amazing if you didn't know.
  4448. >You don't know how much you can put into that statement, but it's true.
  4449. >You feel so great.
  4450. >If that's not how
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  4472. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4473.  you would prefer them not, then that's a fine choice.
  4474. >You're not the smartest guy in the world, and you might not even be capable of judging the girls, but you can't help but think it'd be wise to get your own sister a little wild before these little things start getting to them.
  4475. >With her right-hand now curled around her waist, she makes it quite clear that you'll be watching them, and you'll be having to look out for them so you can get some of the information you need.
  4476. >There's an uncomfortable silence as each of the sisters move into position, with Fluttershy on the other end of the couch with one of the girls still under her belly.
  4477. >You watch you, and you're left staring at your daughter, not even aware that you're staring.
  4478. >You just watch the girls with the utmost concentration, and if you had to tell you about the time Fluttershy jumped up onto the couch and kicked up a pile of blankets when the two of you were sitting on it, her mother knows the story.
  4479. >Fluttershy, now a real, grown-up member of the family, is doing what's considered to be a surprisingly strong job of raising Fluttershy's little sister, but it's also not entirely easy.
  4480. >The two of them are doing their best to stay in a neutral stance while the three girls run through their motions, and Fluttershy is currently just a few feet away at your side.
  4481. >Before you were sure you were done talking, the girls are still moving, and their parents are watching them as they do their routines.
  4482. >The girls are doing their best to keep them quiet, but when Fluttershy is finally getting comfortable, she jumps right up onto the blanket, getting ready to go forward, and the girls quickly follow, and you feel like you've almost run out of things to say.
  4483. >But you can't stop talking, so you just stand there, watching them.
  4484. >All the while, with your hands on her shoulders, you're being careful not to make noises that would make the girls angry.
  4485. >She makes sure she understands you're talking to her, and as Fluttershy sits there with wide, pleading eyes, you're trying to make sure Fluttershy doesn't get angry again too.
  4486. >It's not to her benefit though, so you take that as a sign that she is still listening to you.
  4487. "Now, I'm here, and I'm here to stay, and this is your responsibility, and I'm still going to watch you, but we'll be taking care of both of you tonight, and I'm not going to have them kicked out of school just yet unless you really want them kicked out. So, if they really want, Fluttershy, you can stay here, okay?"
  4488. >She nods her head, and you're really glad her sister trusts her with so much.
  4489. >She has a point there; by the time she's grown up, Fluttershy's seen more than a few girls who are intimidated by the size and shape of their parents.
  4490. >So, as long as you're keeping calm, you're okay with her remaining on the couch while she sleeps, okay?
  4491. >The sisters were both very quiet; Fluttershy, however, looks much more worried than she did before, and she's also wearing what's described as a cute little dress that matches her sister's color scheme.
  4492. >The little girl from before is sleeping in the same bed as the two in the old couch.
  4493. >As you watch, you can't help but catch it on camera that she's the youngest who's been kicked out of school, and Fluttershy has an older brother who's currently serving as a Marine.
  4494. >The other three girls, all of whom were taller by a full two feet, are all watching, obviously not interested in what's just transpired.
  4495. "So, what's the deal?"
  4496. >Twilight, and the girls' mothers, look at each other, and you shake your head.
  4497. "So, the deal is, Fluttershy is here to stay on this couch tonight, and she's to keep her seat there. When we leave, I want Fluttershy here too, so that we can all move around and-"
  4498. >Anon, on the other end of the couch, reaches down and grabs the three girls, placing them on the other side, and tossing them off his other side.
  4499. >He grabs them by the waist, and kneels down so they're facing him.
  4500. >What?
  4501. "What?"
  4502. >Twilight looks stunned; while you're trying to keep your composure, she's also completely frozen in place.
  4503. "Why would you need a nap?"
  4504. >Twilight lets go his hand and looks down her nose.
  4505. >Oh.
  4506. >Not in the morning...
  4507. >Nodding
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  4529. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4530.  id'l'it.
  4531. >You’re staring at her.
  4532. >In your face.
  4533. >That’s weird.
  4534. >She’s not wearing anything that actually fits her body - and you know you’ve never seen her bare, and that’s something.
  4535. “Nah, I’m not going to give her a choice in a public space - the girls can’t handle something like that anyway.”
  4536. >So she’s sitting against your couch, and you’re going to just watch TV from now on.
  4537. >Something about her is making your head want to explode again.
  4538. >What makes you so annoyed it doesn’t even explode your head is that you don’t think that’ll work.
  4539. >It’s too much.
  4540. >It makes you want to stop.
  4541. >And you can’t.
  4542. >Instead... you watch the TV, and then get back to work until you fall asleep.
  4543. >Your brain is the same.
  4544. >The same.
  4545. >Or else it isn’t.
  4546. >It might just be like having a weird twin.
  4547. >You have to think again before falling asleep, and you wonder what kind of stuff is going on in your head right now.
  4548. >In the meantime you sleep.
  4549. >You’ve been dreaming all day.
  4550. >It’s weird but also wonderful.
  4551. >The last time you were happy was a bit ago, and your happiness is still there, just in a different form.
  4552. >You could just be stuck there all day, in a room filled with the most interesting people you’ve ever been to.
  4553. >But you can’t do that.
  4554. >You can’t give those people anything.
  4555. >That’s weird.
  4556. >But also incredibly liberating.
  4557. >You look around for Fluttershy, you swear she’s making a sound that reminds you of Fluttershy.
  4558. >Well, it’s probably hard to tell, from the quiet creak and squeak of her bed, but it’s definitely her.
  4559. >You can’t believe you’re actually falling back to sleep already.
  4560. >”Hello hello hello”
  4561. >Oh, you know.
  4562. >Oh right.
  4563. >Fuzzy.
  4564. >You are asleep.
  4565. >After what must be a month of doing this you’ve come to the conclusion that this bed is kind of too good to be actually used in bed, and that you need a new one.
  4566. >”No no you’re not’t going to eat that!”
  4567. >You try to pull the blankets off, but you’re not doing much with them.
  4568. >They’re all so uncomfortable.
  4569. “Not if you’re going to go eat that.”
  4570. >”Oh! Um... I’m going to just put it out of your mouth you know!”
  4571. >You stare at Fluttershy for a second.
  4572. “Oh please.”
  4573. >She stares, then closes her eyes and yawns.
  4574. >Yeah, you’re feeling better now.
  4575. >And so you do breakfast.
  4576. >It’s basically the same as the one before, except with pancakes instead of eggs.
  4577. >They have a little more fruit on them right now though, and she’s actually eating breakfast.
  4578. >This is your chance now.
  4579. >To start learning what to have for breakfast, you take your time deciding a menu from your kitchen.
  4580. >You don’t even have a knife for this, and you’ve never felt the urge to use it.
  4581. >The reason why she’s always just sitting there with your food.
  4582. >It’s like a memory that won’t leave you.
  4583. >”Hey mister, it’s a long story, but... I’m hungry!”
  4584. >You take your time considering it’s something of a pain to actually cook on your own.
  4585. >Fluttershy’s not in the kitchen, because she has no cooking skills whatsoever.
  4586. >But it might just be better if you had somewhere else to learn.
  4587. >What about your parents?
  4588. >What about your brother?
  4589. “I... I’m not hungry…”
  4590. >She doesn’t really know what you mean, but you don’t think she’ll be a problem for the time being.
  4591. >If you were a kid she might learn a few things from you, but not much.
  4592. >As for your brothers…
  4593. >Maybe she should go out and do some actual training to try
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  4616. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4617. ve in an hour.”
  4618. >You don’t answer him as you walk out of the room.
  4619. >You get down to your feet and begin to walk down the stairs.
  4620. >The room in front of you does not feel like anything else.
  4621. >Even the windows are dark.
  4622. >It was something you didn’t expect at this time, so you’re a little surprised when you start walking along the walkway.
  4623. >That doesn’t mean it wasn’t there.
  4624. >One hundred fifty six hundred eighty-eight rooms and halls have their own windows, many of them on their own paths to get through.
  4625. >One thing stands out as you walk along the hallway.
  4626. >It’s the fact that you did not see your room for some time, you had a large window open to your own that you’d been using to keep a steady lookout for anything you could use to look at.
  4627. >Even in the moment it looked like a place, but now you’ve got the moment to catch your breath.
  4628. >You didn’t want to think about how in shock you felt when you got home.
  4629. >The wind whistles through the air as the sun sets, creating a pleasant silence in the chambers of the tower.
  4630. >What to do?
  4631. >Staying in your room?
  4632. >Staying in your room, staying in your room?
  4633. >You had enough energy left in the day to start your day by going out into the city for fun.
  4634. >But the thing that keeps you in your mind is the fact that you had to go out and do something important today.
  4635. >You’ve got to come see if anything new was going to happen.
  4636. >Something important?
  4637. >”Oh hey Anon. I’ve got some news for you.”
  4638. >You try to get up and stop the wind, but you’re just as surprised as your mind told you.
  4639. >You’re the head of security; you’ve got to come down as well.
  4640. >”Okay, Anon. I’ll go down first.”
  4641. >You try to glare at that, but you don’t want to be seen as…threatening your mane.
  4642. “Just in case anything goes wrong.”
  4643. >The man comes down and walks up to you.
  4644. >He shakes your hand gently, giving it a little bit of an excited look before taking his seat back in the main room.
  4645. >”Alright, Anon. Let’s get you home, shall we?”
  4646. >You try to respond to that, but you realize your words are nothing but meaningless noise in a sea of ponies and magic.
  4647. >They don’t have the same magic or emotions you do.
  4648. >And if somepony said it is all going to disappear tomorrow, you can’t put any belief things into question.
  4649. >”We will go to work now, Anon.”
  4650. >He stops at some point in the middle of his sentence.
  4651. >”Now where was I? Oh right, there. Now go back to whatever it was important.”
  4652. >You don’t see it as important, but you can’t keep from shagging your tail.
  4653. >It was important.
  4654. >”Alright, Anon. Take care.”
  4655. >The man disappears in a puff of smoke before he disappears in a puff of black.
  4656. >With the wind out of the way, you hurry downstairs but you don’t stop at the door in front of you.
  4657. >You walk up and meet the man as he gets behind you.
  4658. >He’s holding a broom in his other hand and you see him throwing it into the air.
  4659. >”Hello, Anon. How’s it been. It’s good to see you around.”
  4660. >He seems to be addressing himself to your mane, not actually making eye contact.
  4661. >You look back and see that he’s looking at the ground with a frown.
  4662. >”It is good to see you’re back.”
  4663. >You’re confused, but you’ll have him explain when the job is done, alright?
  4664. >He pauses.
  4665. >His eyes move to you, but you’re not going to ask him what to do.
  4666. >You didn’t want to.
  4667. >”Good to see you here. Would you like to stay longer? I haven’t had anything to drink in forever.”
  4668. >You see him frown again.
  4669. >”Yes, of course. You’d probably like to see your home.”
  4670. >He does look at you
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  4692. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4693.  down the block, your hair sticking up at an angle
  4694. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4695. >as soon as you stop, it's out of your hands and into a dark pool
  4696. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4697. >as soon as you stop, it's out of your hands and into a dark pool
  4698. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4699. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4700. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4701. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4702. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4703. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4704. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4705. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4706. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4707. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4708. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4709. >you stop, taking two steps
  4710. >you stop, taking one more step forward
  4711. >and you feel a tug in the air
  4712. >that was really strong
  4713. ’s you can feel it’t help you a bit to be so strong
  4714. >that feeling, that tug, you can tell yourself you need to keep on
  4715. >you have to hold on
  4716. >you’re not strong or smart enough to not pull this
  4717. >there is no way around it
  4718. >you are not worthy, you arent worthy, you’re not good enough to not do that
  4719. >but you know what? You are done
  4720. >you have to get it out of your ass
  4721. >you are never again
  4722. >you’re not a fucking princess or whatever...
  4723. “I-is your princess fucking royalty?!” you cry
  4724. >you throw a hoof to the wall behind you
  4725. >you feel the cold steel come down on your back
  4726. >the wind is very heavy
  4727. >but it doesn’t feel like a hurricane, and it seems like nothing has hit you
  4728. >you were right, there is the sound of metal and a roaring in the distance behind you, that makes you think there was not a tornado in the storm
  4729. >”Uhhah! What in the three-thousand and five-thousand?” you feel the wind on your back and scream, and you start to backstep away from it, out of breath
  4730. >you couldnt get this hoof out of your ass, you were always that slow
  4731. >a good foot away from you, you can see ponies running towards you, their wings raised
  4732. >you make sure to keep a close eye on them
  4733. >it still hurts, but they were so close, your legs are just like a spring
  4734. >you could see them as soon as they looked to you
  4735. >the ponies' wings spread, a whole wing coming out and making a circle in the sky
  4736. >but then they get even closer
  4737. >they still wanted to take part in this
  4738. >you can’t help but stare
  4739. >and then there are a few more
  4740. >they weren’t just any ponies, this was the Princess of Celestia
  4741. >and you couldn’t even call this
  4742. >they were the princesses!
  4743. >...
  4744. >You can still SEE them
  4745. >You could still see somepony with wings, but now they were really tall, and there was still a couple of ponies on top of you
  4746. >they didn’t have wings, but they still wanted to make a circle, and they didn’t let up, and they made it quite the scene
  4747. >you look through the air
  4748. >there, you see a lot of ponies running, but then all the noise that was going on was drowned out by their hooves
  4749.  
  4750. >And then at your back, the princesses were standing up you the other side
  4751. >they were all wearing robes with a horn on the tip
  4752. >they were looking you dead in the eyes
  4753. >well, the princesses didn’t go around going around you anymore
  4754. >not for as long as they were on the other side of the circle, and then they started attacking you
  4755. >and now, you just watched as their hooves started to go up
  4756. >And then you were thrown off your feet, into the air, by somepony
  4757. >as quickly as you appeared on the ground, the pony, a pony of a couple of sizes bigger than you, came down
  4758. >you could see their eyes as they looked right at you
  4759. >you knew
  4760. >they were princesses
  4761. >you made no effort to move
  4762. >it was like a scene from a film
  4763. >And then you fell in
  4764. >as you fall you didn’t just stumble forwards, you didn’t flail as far, you just landed on the ground
  4765. >and now,
  4766.  
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  4788. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4789. Got the chance you will if she likes it
  4790. >she's just trying to get her own way and not get her own feelings into the relationship
  4791. >you are too
  4792. >your heart breaks for the poor girl
  4793. >when she first tells you that she wants to be with you she's not being sarcastic or condescending, she's telling you what all the sudden is bothering her
  4794. >"I'll fuck, I'll fuck you, I'll fuck you~I'll fuck you, I'll fuck you~"
  4795. >nevermind
  4796. >he's doing it
  4797. >getting his face into something meaningful
  4798. >something very important
  4799. >"And I'm like, it's not worth worrying about that when she's going to be so easy to get with!"
  4800. >she's giving you a bit of a blank look
  4801. >and you realize she isn't even looking at you anymore
  4802. >she's still putting a smile on the corners of her mouth
  4803. >you can't even tell there's any fear behind it
  4804. >it's all so quiet in your arms now, and she just seems to be able to play with you
  4805. >oh god she's going to be an angel, isn't she
  4806. >she's probably going to tear a hole through your chest when you finally let her give her an inch
  4807. >you sigh and just lean into her
  4808. >and when she does, you're going to be the one sitting in your lap with your feet on top of her
  4809. >and when you do, you're gonna lean down again to whisper into her ear
  4810. >"It looks like I'm getting a little closer to seeing your first time~"
  4811. >you're suddenly aware of the hot breath of hot air that comes from all the sudden friction
  4812. >she really did get into it
  4813. >"I didn't think of it that way…"
  4814. >you look up and see her mouth hanging open, with a mouth full of your cum that hasn't gone down
  4815. >and she's looking right at you
  4816. >which is just the thing
  4817. >and it's so big now that the only time she can think of is now
  4818. >but there's something else you're not too sure of
  4819. >it's getting to a point where the two of you are finally making progress
  4820. >you don't want to get her off right now, but she's just so hard to get off after you
  4821. >you have a feeling your dick is going to come out sooner or later
  4822. >but now you're not sure how you feel about that
  4823. >does she like you
  4824. >does she like your dick?
  4825. >whatever
  4826. >you're going to have to be careful not to cum again tonight
  4827. >but if she does she's still not going to like it
  4828. >you hope
  4829. >but right now you want her to
  4830. >you want her to like her dick
  4831. >she's got it
  4832. >she just doesn't know how to use it
  4833. >so tonight is your last chance to make her feel special
  4834. >but that's why you're going to keep your hand in her ass and pull her right back against you
  4835. >so that she can feel your dick all that extra
  4836. >not just from you, but also from the feel of it against her
  4837. >even down below her thighs
  4838. >you hope
  4839. >you want her to feel like she's loved
  4840. >like she doesn't need to care anymore
  4841. >that's what this is about
  4842. >how do you even find your voice and tell her you can't feel her dick anymore
  4843. >you're going to say all you want, but you can't think of anything to say or do
  4844. >all you have is a big smile on your face
  4845. >the best you can do is tell her she is sexy and a slut
  4846. >but it feels too good to be real
  4847. >and that's how you find yourself lying on top of her with her on top you both
  4848. >you're trying to say everything right now but you're hearing voices
  4849. >and voices are whispering
  4850. >but if it's anything like the voices she's hearing she's talking to you
  4851. >and you're just as happy to hear it as well
  4852. >it's like something else from these voices
  4853. >you can't tell why
  4854. >you think you know why you just want to talk to her now
  4855. >you're just glad you're not blindfolded or anything
  4856. >this is probably going to be the best sex ever
  4857. >but you're just as excited to hear it as you are to see it
  4858. >she's so warm now
  4859. >so hot, even though there's a reason you've been lying naked on top of her again there still feels wrong
  4860. >it sounds very wrong
  4861. >but at you's still in the position you're in, you can feel her legs straddling you
  4862. >and you have to be fucking sexy for her
  4863. >you're not even sure you're supposed to be any kind of slut anymore
  4864. >if there's
  4865.  
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  4885. [5200 | 9166.58] loss=2.26 avg=2.74
  4886. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4887.  of a little smile. "That's great, dear! But that's only when you don't know about it!"
  4888. > You take a moment to put your thoughts together.
  4889. > There were definitely times you could have kept the peace, but if not then there were always moments when you felt a sudden pressure, a strong presence, a sudden realization of some new experience.
  4890. > A voice calls out as you take some of the things on your own.
  4891. > It comes from between the two of you.
  4892. > "You need me so much, dear. Just keep looking after and I'll let you walk the road we love."
  4893. > You turn, eyes scanning the surrounding area.
  4894. "And why not? You might look back and see how I'm going. Even if I'm not as in shape as I used to be I would still be able to go ahead and help you find out what the biggie is."
  4895. > "A-Anyway, dear. If you're going to keep walking ahead with me I'm not going to take good care of you."
  4896. > Now it is her turn to look down with a mischievous snort.
  4897. > "It's as though you were born with some kind of special talent. I'm sure you understand, you can get the idea sometimes, but it's not something that you can just magically get better at. The thing is you've got to know what it is and I'm glad that you're doing that, but you also have to be mindful of the little things so..."
  4898. > She trails off for a moment.
  4899. > ...she was really getting into the situation.
  4900. > A moment of silence seemed to have passed between the three of you.
  4901. > After a few second it fades as her head slumbers back to the floor.
  4902. > At that instant everything seems so mundane.
  4903. > A feeling of hope and relief runs through you.
  4904. > It's not like she was going to run away from her problems after all, but she was still so young.
  4905. > For a second you had almost forgotten the fact that she was still your little pony princess before you even thought of running off with her.
  4906. > It was wonderful to see her so happy and loving.
  4907. > Of course you didn't know it when you were younger but his love was something you couldn't have.
  4908. > It wasn't a question of if he'd found a way, it was a question of when that might be.
  4909. > At least as far as you knew Dash was the only one to ever truly measure up to him when she was given the chance.
  4910. > A happy thought, of course.
  4911. > ...and so am you doing.
  4912. > Your back arches into a more awkward position as you stumble into a clumsy trot.
  4913. > Even with her magic around the way all you could do was keep upright after a while.
  4914. > It hurts your legs.
  4915. > A familiar ache runs through your lower back muscles.
  4916. > But you can't give up.
  4917. > Even as the days pass you can't let yourself be broken by this.
  4918. > It's like you always felt your legs getting tired.
  4919. > A reminder that you can still still walk.
  4920. > And if nothing else he had told you he'd always been a hard man to fool, so the fact that you still were...
  4921. > You take a step away from her so she can look up at the evening.
  4922. > It's just the two of you, the light streaming across the sky.
  4923. > Only now are you able to just hear her soft voice in the darkness.
  4924. > "...but I still need you. I need you a lot. A lot more than you gave me. I promise you."
  4925. > Dash nods.
  4926. > A part of you hoped the thought that had been sitting there after all that had happened just made your heart skip a beat, but you're not that kind of pony and if she said that then it was a truth.
  4927. > That she'd said it out the window seemed to be in the back of your mind too.
  4928. > A simple promise.
  4929. > A sincere one.
  4930. > "And I-"
  4931. > You cut her off before she can bring up the 'and'.
  4932. > You do not interrupt her.
  4933. > "I need you to think about what you do every day, Princess. I need you to think about who you are, and I want you to know where you came from and who you are still welcome and I promise you. I- I just want you to think about everything as if you're your own child and I want you to know..."
  4934.  
  4935. > You can't help but frown at the sentence.
  4936. • "Your Master and I are both my Masters, we both love you and you have to keep loving your Master with all of your heart and I love you back for that."
  4937. > She doesn't get it yet.
  4938. > "I... I don't love
  4939.  
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  4960. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  4961. , then?” the older mare asked. “You know him? That guy from before?”
  4962. >She had been sitting next to her on the bench just now and she had been leaning forward, leaning into you and making very small eyes at you, “Well,” she said, “I think you guys always get along, and this is my first time on the ranch as a guest. I think I’m gonna like it here. It’s a little different though. I’m not a virgin, I actually don’t get off on the farm all that often either.”
  4963. “Well I didn’t say that, I really had a lot to gain from it’s existence but we’re not here just for the money,” a slightly sour face appeared on the old mare’s face.
  4964. >Her voice was low, she didn’t even bother making eye contact with you. “Besides, now I’m gonna have to go out and do this, right? I don’t wanna be in this stupid trailer with these things. I don’t want to get too far away from that,” she continued. “You’re going to make a lot of money, you’re going to make a lot of money in a week or so. You’re gonna make a lot of money in a week or two, okay?”
  4965. >Now, if you hadn’t been standing in the doorway, you would have felt like your very body was giving up something.
  4966. >You hadn’t really seen much of the ranch, there were a lot of empty lots around it just to be filled with trailers, but it wasn’t that vast.
  4967. >When you asked what they were doing with the trailers and trailers and trailers, they had used the trailers to haul construction materials and equipment when it was being built. They were there to haul away any unwanted things and stuff off the property.
  4968. >It was hard, the work had become physically exhausting to do, but they gave you everything you asked for.
  4969. >That included everything from furniture to food to a full house set to your trailer. You were grateful for it, a full house, if your imagination was to be believed.
  4970. >Not that you were a huge fan, but it was a nice change of scenery, you knew that.
  4971. >The ranch was quite nice to look at, it’s still far off in the distance, but it was a lot smaller and more quiet.
  4972. >The trailer itself was not really that big of a thing. You were not really sure if it was really big, but it was probably big enough for you to fit in anyways.
  4973. >Now, it was time for you to get up to go to work.
  4974. >You had just finished up your breakfast, and you had the tools of your trade loaded up onto a truck.
  4975. >Some people had already started working out in your yard, you didn’t want to go out and do stuff that would distract you too much.
  4976. >You had to have your own work to do.
  4977. >You were going to be out doing that today. You needed to get some time off, you needed to get your mind off of everything and focus back on the task at hand, and then off on some more things.
  4978. >After all, you needed to get a job done.
  4979. >As for when you would leave now, you didn’t really know, but you really wanted to get some time off.
  4980. >No more being stuck on a trailer with all these things. You needed to do something.
  4981. >And you needed to do it fast.
  4982. >You weren’t about to make it harder than it already was.
  4983. >You set the truck down, walked quickly to your garage, and started grabbing your tools and preparing them for what you were gonna be doing today.
  4984. >The door opened, and you stepped inside, your mind and hooves having gone blank.
  4985. >Then you saw yourself walking towards the RV just inside the house.
  4986. >With almost no pony being around, and with the RV being owned or managed almost exclusively by yourself, and that being said, it did look nice.
  4987. >You didn’t really feel like you had to be at work right now, especially when it was a nice day.
  4988. >The RV was the one thing you didn’t feel like you had any responsibility for, but it was good to have something to look forward to.
  4989. >You weren’t a big one, not really, but you did have the place full of everything you needed in your home.
  4990. >On the other hand, you weren’t too big you didn’t have a lot of money so you just had to do your part,
  4991.  
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  5013. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5014.  rubs your chin the more you think about your mother.
  5015. >”Are you sure? You’re gonna make a mistake.”
  5016. >You look over at the man behind the desk.
  5017. “N-nothing. If anything I would be worried about what’s in your hooves, I guess. If not for the fact that I’m already wearing one.”
  5018. >He doesn’t make eye contact with you for a moment and simply smiles.
  5019. >”I’ll make sure you know the rules anyway, it won’t mean anything.”
  5020. >You give your chin a small scratch and move your gaze to the woman behind the desk.
  5021. >You’re far better at picking her out than you were a second ago. You can still see a small smile on her face and a few strands of blue maned mane.
  5022. “How about you get some more coffee, and I can check up on the status of my order next,” you say, closing the door behind you.
  5023. >”Yes, of course.”
  5024.  
  5025. >A few awkward seconds pass before Princess Cadance appears at the door, wearing something a little less than what you remember her normally wearing.
  5026. >You didn’t know what to expect in mind when you heard her say she looked different.
  5027. >”I wanted to know.”
  5028. >”Why? Do you think he’s an imposter?”
  5029. “I think he is! He is a human!”
  5030. >”How?”
  5031. “It’s amazing! He can do almost everything!”
  5032. >The unicorn nods, looking over to her and back to you.
  5033. >”It is!”
  5034. >”What?”
  5035. >”How can it not?”
  5036. “It doesn’t really look like anything remotely human.”
  5037. >Cadance’ eyes dart over to her lap while her gaze travels to your pants.
  5038. >”You really thought I was some sort of animal, didn’t you?”
  5039. >You blush a bit and quickly cover yourself up, taking off your pants.
  5040. >Cadance doesn’t notice.
  5041. >”Did you think I was some sort of cat pony?”
  5042. “That’s not right.”
  5043. >”What? I never imagined a human could think like that.”
  5044. “That’s what you get for being different from all the other ponies in this castle.”
  5045. >”Then why did you think he had a pants size thing?”
  5046. “I was actually surprised he was not a cat unicorn.”
  5047. >”If you were surprised at that you’d be right.”
  5048. “But it was the truth. I am a human!”
  5049. >”And what are you supposed to think about him?”
  5050. “You don’t get it.”
  5051. >”You’re a cat unicorn!”
  5052. “I’m a unicorn.”
  5053. >”He’s in my office?”
  5054. “It’s not the office of an employee, so you are clearly not supposed to be there.”
  5055. >You let out a gasp and make a funny face.
  5056. “Uh…”
  5057. >”What?”
  5058. “I get the door to my office unlocked.”
  5059. >”Is that what you meant.”
  5060. “Yeah, it isn’t really. I was just in a moment’s shock while you were standing on a stool in a hallway with no right to enter the building and they were on a dresser in a room where a bed was placed against the wall to prevent a door.”
  5061. >”Wow, really? I was completely unaware you’d ended up in that position,” Cog asks.
  5062. “No kidding. I can’t remember being in a position at all.”
  5063. >You look over at where she’s standing, only to see her still looking at him.
  5064. “You can enter the office.”
  5065. >”Yes, your room in a dresser.”
  5066. >You are pretty sure you are.
  5067. “Come, I’ve got something to show you.”
  5068. >You stand in the doorway and make a small circle as you make your way inside, avoiding the ponies that made their way into your office to protest the changes.
  5069. >The door flies open when you arrive and a young unicorn with blueish mane walks into your office.
  5070.  
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  5092. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5093.  pondling about by the time she’s up and around
  5094. >You’re not sure, what the fuck, but that’s probably the strangest thing about her
  5095. >”This will also be the first time you’ve had a pony do the dirty work
  5096. >And you’re surprised to find her so pleased
  5097. >You’re glad Celestia is here
  5098. >That would suck if you didn’t have a friend there already
  5099. >She always says the same thing, but you think you’re going to go in for lunch once the next one arrives
  5100. >”I want you to be a dear and treat my friend
  5101. >You say the magic word, and the girl pours herself a cup of coffee, and you are now very tired
  5102. >She asks you if you’re okay, and you say yes
  5103. >Then one day she comes back
  5104. >”Good morning, Anon!” she greets you as she walks on, and you are about to follow her into the room
  5105. >You don’t know what she’s doing, but the bed is warm and smells nice
  5106. >No idea why she leaves her things in there, but you are not being pushed out
  5107. >”Good morning sweetheart,” she says as she makes her way to begrudgingly return to sleep
  5108. >”Good morning, Anon.” she sings softly as she closes the door behind her
  5109. >”Good morning sweetheart.” she says in husky tones.
  5110. >You find yourself falling into the same rhythm as the girl, the same breath is getting into your lungs, the bed is dark, and her smell wafts in your dreams
  5111. “Good morning sweetheart.”
  5112. >You can’t sleep…
  5113. >”Good morning, Anon. Good Morning.”
  5114. >And she’s already asleep
  5115. >You find yourself leaning back against the bed, watching her drift asleep with her mouth open and her throat open
  5116. >A gentle nudge, and then again the doorbell rings and you’re pushed out again
  5117. >You find yourself curled up in the blankets, until she’s gone
  5118. >”Good morning, Anon.” she greets you, and now, it’s your turn to look at her face
  5119. >She is smiling and talking to you though
  5120.  
  5121.  
  5122.  
  5123.  
  5124.  
  5125.  
  5126.  
  5127. >Anon is a pony with an uncanny resemblance to an average pony, except his eyes are completely black, his ears are flattened in a flat shape, he does not have a muzzle, and his body has almost all of an ethereal look to it, as if some magical force had brought him here
  5128. >He is a bit timid and timid compared to the norm, and is unable to express all of his emotions well enough
  5129. >An odd thing about ponies is that they have difficulty expressing all of their emotions via sound, but he has gone through far more complicated and complex emotions with his vocal cords that some of the other ponies have not even seen on the scale
  5130. >His speech is also strange, especially because he speaks in a much a different dialect than that of most ponies
  5131. >Anon talks fluently to mares, and he even does all of his vocal gestures with his hands
  5132. >Mares are attracted to him, because he acts as their friend and is very caring towards them
  5133. >His sweet smile, and pleasant voice and mannerisms just make the mare feel safe and loved
  5134. >He has come from the other side of the mare’s bedroom curtains, so mares expect that what they hear and see is what is really happening, and they never thought they would find an "other" in their herd
  5135. >One mare was attracted to him because a mare with a cutie mark in magical studies and a penchant for magic is sitting next to him, and she has a set of hooves on each of the stallions of his herd
  5136. >He is also interested in them all
  5137.  
  5138.  
  5139.  
  5140.  
  5141.  
  5142.  
  5143.  
  5144.  
  5145. >You may be an ancient relic, but the fact that you've been able to survive long after the Changeling invasion is proof of this. When Twilight's friends ask you to come back, they want a pony who will be useful.
  5146. >As the only mare in town, you get a fair number of requests from all sorts of ponies. Some get worried, others just don't think you're dangerous.
  5147. >And you are.
  5148. >You remember Twilight, but you aren't sure if you're really old enough to remember her so well. She was very proud, a proud mare, and very beautiful.
  5149. >You are also not a pony.
  5150. >No pony is supposed to resemble the ponies around them, not that you've been in the market since you knew all of those strange mares.
  5151. >So when you find the perfect
  5152.  
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  5174. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5175.  you and me have been watching together. Maybe it's just the idea of being surrounded by... ponies you know well from Equestria. But it's interesting. We're so new to each other; I still feel like I'm breaking ground in my own head."
  5176. "...you're saying you weren't in Equestria before?," she asked him, hoping this would be the first time he'd admitted that
  5177. >He replied, "No, I was born and raised here, and even then it's still impossible for me to separate one from the other. It's still the strangest place I've ever visited."
  5178. "...so how did you get here? I mean, it wasn't where others go?"
  5179. >His words had been lost in the wind after the long and often-overlooked trip they both had to take
  5180. >But now she remembered, she'd had a sudden urge to visit
  5181. "My sister was here when I became princess. She and the other princesses would visit me to keep me company while they worked on the magic. And even then it was always long and difficult, we'd have a whole week to plan something, then they'd suddenly ask me to go."
  5182. >And just like that the old feelings of her loneliness were replaced in a new way, that was as far away and uncertain as ever
  5183. >Because now they were far away
  5184. >She'd be going through an entire week of planning and worrying about how to take him, and how much he should care for her
  5185. >This was something she'd been sure of. The ponies were so loving, and the bond between them was so strong
  5186. >Even if he was not in the land or city she was in, it still felt like she could take him
  5187. >And, for a moment, she was sure she could
  5188. >But then her friend would be gone, and a whole week of waiting was not something she wanted to endure
  5189. >And this was so much better than a week of being alone
  5190. >He was right. She could care for him
  5191. >But he would not help her
  5192. >It meant she had a decision to make about her fate
  5193. >And even more important, who would protect her
  5194. >Even if one day he felt like a stranger
  5195. >She couldn't make him. She had none whatever, right?
  5196. >And so her thoughts quickly turned to what she would do if he became... a stranger
  5197. >Maybe even a slave, or some kind of enemy
  5198. >But the pony had told her she'd take precautions if she faced a moment of temptation
  5199. >In fact, she was fairly certain she would have plenty of those moments
  5200. >So she would do what they gave her
  5201. >The same ones that sent ponies to slave camps or the other places that were condemned to death by humans!
  5202. >He was so far away now, but somehow she could have a feeling about some things
  5203. >If he ever became even more hostile, there was a good chance she would be able to take him from him
  5204. >And so with a feeling inside she turned away her head to see her mother
  5205. >She did not get to see much, and no one told her that
  5206. >But she'd found herself falling a little bit further and further than before, until she almost wanted to cry at the memory of him
  5207. >But then she sat up on her seat, and she smiled at her eyes
  5208. >And, after a few minutes of watching her mother with her mouth agape, she leaned back in her chair and tried to look back at her mother
  5209. "I'm glad you've been trying to think about what you have done now... but I can tell you that it will not be easy... or comfortable."
  5210. >With a smile she leaned onto the couch's edge and rested a hoof on top of her mother's shoulder
  5211. "Don't want to see you sad, mom. You just want to know that you are safe, that you are loved-"
  5212. >"I'm not sad. I'm just thinking, Anonymous. I need to know more about the ponies around us."
  5213. >Her mother shook her head
  5214. >"There is not a single pony who has a loving heart even at their limit, you realize. We are all human, yet they love and care just the same as I do."
  5215. >She leaned off so she could rest her head on her daughter's shoulder, as she continued
  5216. >"It is the same for you, I trust. As you are not a pony, you may want to see your mom... as well as see her as a pony. But that doesn't mean I want to see you as anything other than that."
  5217. >With a happy chuckle she closed her eyes and leaned back into her mother
  5218. >...was she... in her mom's tummy?
  5219. >She didn't really know if she should answer that, but she did
  5220. >And she did
  5221. >Which might not be the answer she expected
  5222. >And it was time for her
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  5244. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5245. . When they’re not in use.“
  5246.  
  5247. >“Don’t go. That way.“
  5248.  
  5249. >The doors open, revealing two other ponies.
  5250. >“Hey, Twilight,“ the one with the darker red mane says, standing to one of the windows
  5251. >“Are you alright?“
  5252.  
  5253. “I’m okay.“
  5254. >“And Twilight.“ the darker pony says to her
  5255. “Where’s my cutie mark?“ you say
  5256. >You turn to the left to the small window on the end of the bar as she’s already opened it
  5257. >“You don’t?“
  5258.  
  5259. >Be Twilight Sparkle, a bit less dapper
  5260. >It was nice being a mare, but Twilight is right in your face now
  5261. >You and that mane look like she’s just got a new haircut, not because you look better, or because she’s smarter
  5262.  
  5263. Be Spike, still not at home
  5264. >Spike was still trying to find the magic ring that would let him keep his hair
  5265. >He wanted to save some money while he had the good ones
  5266. >You can’t just leave something like that to somebody else to make a profit over night
  5267. >There’s no way you’ll let it be Rarity. She’d never let herself get into the market, and she was a total pimp!
  5268. >Or Twilight. The only ones who are allowed to breed with stallions are the royal guards and the big three: you, yourself, Rarity, and Applejack.
  5269. >Oh, that’s one way to make money!
  5270. >It’s even better than the money you could earn from having a foal under your care or whatever
  5271. >Maybe it’s time to take a hit on Anon, it would give you enough money to afford a nice house for yourself, all expenses considered
  5272. >Twilight could be your daddy, but she’s such a slut. Maybe she’s really his real mommy.
  5273. >But none of these ponies are all that much different from you.
  5274. >Rarity’s kind, polite, well-kept stallion (even though he’s a little bit smaller than the average filly).
  5275. >Fluttershy’s a mare with a heart of gold and a soft side to her.
  5276. >Empress’s the unicorn mare whose voice and personality defined her entire life, her love of magic, her strong, loyal mare character, and her innate magic.
  5277. >And she’s the mare with the most magic.
  5278. >Oh, right. The one who did it.
  5279. >She’ll be so sad and lonely if she doesn’t get the one with magic.
  5280. >She’ll be an awful filly.
  5281. >You can feel it.
  5282. >A quick look at her body shows a hint of the tears that started streaming down Twilight’s face as she tried to escape.
  5283. >”Twilight?“ she asks you, trying to push her away
  5284. >You don’t dare. It’s just too much.
  5285. “I’ll have to get my ass hit by some pony.“
  5286. >Her face gets redder as she tries to ignore the tears.
  5287. “I’m sorry.“
  5288. >“What? You won’t be happy.“
  5289. >She tries to shake her head again
  5290. >You don’t know any more.
  5291. >Instead you pick your hair out of your mane, and stand there staring at your empty pockets
  5292. “Twilight.“
  5293. >It was her turn to take a bite of the sandwich before she sat back down, taking a deep breath
  5294. >She’s getting there.
  5295. >She is starting to show the signs of a nervous breakdown.
  5296.  
  5297. Be Rarity
  5298. >Estrus is killing you!
  5299. >It’s not a disease. It’s addiction.
  5300. >Oh, but it will kill your friends!
  5301. >You just need to treat it.
  5302. >It’s going to make you a monster.
  5303. >A monster, a monster, worse than what Twilight can come up with in three or four days!
  5304. >Just like what Applejack and Twilight wrote the first time they wrote about their addiction!
  5305. >When it kills you, what will they do when you die?
  5306. >They will feel worthless, and you must do whatever it takes so they don’t feel useless too
  5307. >No.
  5308. >Not going to the funeral.
  5309. >That’s what they do.
  5310. >I-
  5311. >
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  5333. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5334. You?"
  5335. >You shake your head, pulling your eyes back over to look at Applejack.
  5336. "Yeah. I... I'm not an apple. I don't eat..."
  5337. >She rolls her eyes once she hears what you're going to say.
  5338. >"Not with applesauce."
  5339. "M-maybe you should put something on that apple."
  5340. >Applejack winces.
  5341. >"Don't, Anon. It'll get cold."
  5342. >Your eyes flutter shut, staring at her face through those glasses.
  5343. "I'd hate to ruin that night for ya."
  5344. >Applejack just shrugs, tossing the phone into the trash bin and turning back to you.
  5345. >Looking back up at her, you can tell that she was smiling as she finally notices what you're doing.
  5346. >"What do you have to say for yourself, Anon? What do you have for yourself?"
  5347. >Oh?
  5348. "Applejack..."
  5349. >She smiles, her eyes slowly going back onto the road.
  5350. >"Anon, what the hay's wrong with y'all right now?"
  5351. >...
  5352. >You shake your head, standing there, your mind already hazy with a sense of disappointment.
  5353. "I can't tell what's wrong, but I... it's a... a personal thing, 'Non."
  5354. >Applejack frowns for a minute.
  5355. >"Why not sassle about it some more? You've been sitting on this bus all w-waitin' fer a while, an' you've just gotta put it off fer a while."
  5356. >The look that Applejack gives you is one to make a stallion tense up.
  5357. >"Why not do sassle then?"
  5358. >...
  5359. >You take a step back, looking over at AJ.
  5360. >What's this.
  5361. "Applejack..."
  5362. >What's her name?
  5363. >There's no way that you're going to ask this.
  5364. >You just sigh.
  5365. "What exactly are you doing sitting here talking about? It's been too long."
  5366. >Applejack just rolls her eyes, but you know what's on her mind.
  5367. >"Sorry we're not really in the mood for that."
  5368. >Looking back at her, you realize something right now.
  5369. >That smile of hers makes it very obvious that you love her.
  5370. >But what the hay are you gonna do about it?
  5371. >You decide to do something about it.
  5372. >...
  5373. >What is she gonna do about it?!
  5374. >The look of deep determination on Applejack's face makes that clear.
  5375. >...
  5376. >What's wrong with you?
  5377. >You can't do this alone, that's it.
  5378. >Applejack can never be a 'normal girl'.
  5379. "I'm gonna go upstairs and fix up my dress, 'Non."
  5380. >Your eyes widen, the way Applejack glares at you makes things very apparent.
  5381. >"What?"
  5382. "It's a dress, Applejack. It's for me. Why not fix it up yourself?"
  5383. >Applejack just looks at you, her face now looking like it's about have an epiphany, but this time it's the right one:
  5384. >"A dress?!"
  5385. >She blunks backwards, eyes widening in shock.
  5386. >"Y-you didn't! I... I told you no mink! I'm not a mink!"
  5387. >You feel her hoof shake from your words.
  5388. >You can feel the emotions that are boiling within you.
  5389. >You can feel the passion in the pit of your stomach.
  5390. >You can feel how it is in the pit of your heart.
  5391. >You can feel how much you hate herself and how much you're scared of her.
  5392. >You see her look down at the ground, a small smile still on her face.
  5393. >"Hey. I mink. I mink! I thought that I had it easy until mink, you know?"
  5394. "Yeah."
  5395. >You take a step back, Applejacks and AJ's face looking back at you.
  5396. "I thought that you were like one of those girls that do all the thinking for the girls. You're never going to believe this..."
  5397. >Applejack's expression suddenly goes sour, her head tilting at you in embarrassment.
  5398. >"Anon!"
  5399. "Y-yeah, that one."
  5400. >Applejack takes a seat at the bus ride home, looking at your words with an unforgiving look in her eyes.
  5401. >"Now now... n-no big deal. I wanted y'all to sassle about it for awhile, and sassling around was what you got me."
  5402. "Is that all?"
  5403. >"Y-you'd like to know?"
  5404. >Applejack's cheeks turn in her mouth as she takes a step back and looks away.
  5405. >You know where that looks in her eyes, and you know what
  5406.  
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  5427. [6600 | 11645.80] loss=1.99 avg=2.72
  5428. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5429. -going you can even get a little laid by a unicorn. What you're a little nervous about that could mean the end of your days on Earth. You can't help but let them know that there is more. No matter what they say."
  5430. "I-I... I... can help you, ma'am?"
  5431. >"No! You're a smart person. You don't need to try this, but it's a good start. And when is it you are going to give me a big surprise?"
  5432. >You frown slightly, confused, but unsure of what exactly that came to.
  5433. >"You're welcome. I do need to know, though, what to go with, right?"
  5434. >You let out another sigh, and nod.
  5435. >She leans back on the chair, and you can almost feel the weight from her weight.
  5436. >"What's up? Can I speak? There are some things I need to do, but we don't have long. You'll get more, right?"
  5437. >You nod, and her wings spread.
  5438. >"That's good to hear. What's getting you guys excited?"
  5439. >You nod, and she opens up with a small shout.
  5440. >"It's good to see you."
  5441. >She takes her own seat next to you, and leans back against the chair.
  5442. >"I'm kind of tired of you... I'll take it~"
  5443. >She leans back in, and you get the feeling she's hoping a little too hard at this point.
  5444. >She's got a tired, scared look on her face.
  5445. >"And you're not going to let me see you again, are you."
  5446. >You roll your eyes and shake your head.
  5447. >She's obviously not expecting an answer to that, let alone a thank you.
  5448.  
  5449. >You sit down, and watch her go back to her seat. You roll your eyes.
  5450. >She's not looking anywhere, you'll just end up leaning against her for another fifteen minutes.
  5451. >Her wings swish lazily behind her, she reaches up, grabs your arm, and pulls you towards her, leaning herself slightly against the chair.
  5452. >"Now, we've got our work cut out for us. Where are you, man?"
  5453. >You look at the ceiling. Maybe you should take that off, she may be a little bit drunk at this point.
  5454. >All your alcohol goes into some kind of weird, almost magical brew, which she barely noticed.
  5455. >"I'm here to pick you up for your... duties."
  5456. >She looks at you through narrowed eyes, like she was expecting the biggest response you could give her right now.
  5457. >"Your duties?"
  5458. "Of course I'm here. My duty comes first, and I take it. You're a young pony, and I want you under control. I can't tolerate your disobedience, and it will cost you future jobs, which means I have to make you obey, first."
  5459. >She smirks at you.
  5460. >"Alright, Fine. Come on, I want you to do us a favor."
  5461. >She gives your foreleg a firm squeeze.
  5462. >"Don't worry about it, boy. There was no need to be so rough, I know what I am doing is nice."
  5463. >You shake your head, ignoring the look of worry on her face.
  5464. >She's been through a lot, just because of being a teenager.
  5465. >"I will do you one favour, Mister Anon. We have a deal coming up. Do you accept?"
  5466. >"Sure do. See you at seven, and don't forget your curfew. Goodbye."
  5467. >She nods and disappears from the room, then turns off to go back to the living room.
  5468. >You hear her leave, and turn to watch the clock go by.
  5469. >...yeah, it's late.
  5470.  
  5471. The next day, the two of you arrive at the meeting venue.
  5472. >You can already tell the ponies at a glance where the meeting is going to be held, the place is obviously full.
  5473. >At some point during her visit, Luna turns to you with a smile in her eye and shakes her head.
  5474. >"Good luck and see you tomorrow too."
  5475. >And with that, the meeting goes off without a hitch.
  5476. >You take the seat next to her and sit across from her so your head is on her shoulder.
  5477. >You can feel her weight against you all the time, and it's... nice.
  5478. >It's a lot easier to just lean back against her, and not to be bothered.
  5479. >Luna always says you have a good mind off to do that anyway, you think you might be helping to keep her in check.
  5480. >You aren't the only one to take advantage of the relationship, after Celestia and Luna got involved in it.
  5481. >Luna has to remind herself not to use her power to pull you away from her, not
  5482.  
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  5499. [6770 | 11947.24] loss=2.86 avg=2.70
  5500. [6780 | 11963.66] loss=2.65 avg=2.70
  5501. [6790 | 11980.10] loss=2.56 avg=2.70
  5502. [6800 | 11996.54] loss=2.85 avg=2.70
  5503. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5504.  been very much appreciable, like you've always been loved by her.
  5505. >You've never really felt closer to her, but it's just good to have some form of support.
  5506. >Maybe it's just your luck that your dad has been such a good provider when it comes to her.
  5507. >Maybe it's just the fact that he's always been at your school and she's never had a real teacher.
  5508. >In any case, she's always been there to help you whenever you needed it.
  5509. >You have to give her a chance to shine, and now she's giving it to you.
  5510.  
  5511. >The first thing she saw when she first got here was this little package, and she had to try to open it to see what it was.
  5512. >She opened it, and inside were those books you've been looking forward to read for months.
  5513. >A small box covered everything, plus a few pictures, and a note thanking her for picking them up for you.
  5514. >You have to smile and give her a quick peck on the lips.
  5515. >The smile gets a slight smirk as her eyes open.
  5516. >With a giggle, you gently hold up her book and start to unfold what she picked up.
  5517. >You make sure to give her the room to start with, before she lets on some of your secrets.
  5518. >You're pretty sure she's going to find that one thing that gets in your way pretty quickly.
  5519.  
  5520. >The first thing you see when you close your eyes is a pink pony curled up on a blanket in the distance.
  5521. >She seems to be laying somewhere in an obvious circle as you sit on a blanket and take in it.
  5522. >The blankets are soft on her, warm, and the sheets are a dark olive-colored color.
  5523. >You've noticed that her eyes seem to dilate at night, and you take a moment to look at her before moving in to rest your lips on the back of her neck.
  5524. >You've had a few dreams about her lately, a lot of which are about her.
  5525. >She really gets into them, but most of it's about some sort of 'awd', so you don't notice anything unusual.
  5526. >However, one thought strikes you a few nights ago.
  5527. >You feel a slight touch, and the sensation leaves you both stuttering.
  5528. >You take another deep breath as you feel your face heat against her cheek.
  5529. >You smile at that.
  5530. >She's very much alive.
  5531. >You have to admit, she really is pretty cute in all of that.
  5532. >You try to rub the rest of the way through her mane as you close your eyes, but your hand does nothing but irritate her.
  5533. >Even your fingers feel something that isn't there.
  5534. >A bit of sweat collects on your forehead and you sigh.
  5535. >You do feel her warmth, though.
  5536. >As her eyes open, she sees you staring at her and her face heats up.
  5537. >"That's what I was hoping for. Anon, I want to tell you something.
  5538. >She reaches up to pat your thigh with a hoof, and a smile adorns her lips.
  5539. >"It's a secret."
  5540. >She leans in and whispers into your ear.
  5541. >"I told you about me dreams, so what's the worst that could happen to you?"
  5542. >She whispers again, this time louder, and your face crumlocks up.
  5543. >Your ears twitch and jump.
  5544. "I... I can't say, Miss Chrysalis, right now."
  5545. >Forcing your lips shut, you stare down at the ground.
  5546. >You can tell that she's thinking of something, so you try to remain silent while she mulls these over.
  5547. >>"...Well, don't worry, Anon," she purrs, giving you one last smile, "I'll be right over."
  5548. >She trots up to the door and disappears out into the hallway.
  5549. >>"Come on, Anon," she says, "No more games here!"
  5550. >You sigh as you open your eyes and find your reflection.
  5551. >You'd be lying if you said you could tell yourself that you could say no to this pony.
  5552. >Her long purple mane flows around your shoulders and touches your chin.
  5553. >She looks over her shoulder at you.
  5554. >>"Come on, Anon, don't you want to talk to me? I'm still here for you, and I need a few minutes."
  5555. >You stand and look up.
  5556. "What do you mean 'I need a couple minutes'?"
  5557. >A blush creeps across Celestia's face.
  5558. >>"Please, take my hoof," she says, reaching down and brushing a handful of dirt across your palm, "Your whole hand if you're going to be staying in the castle for a week. If you feel
  5559.  
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  5562. Training...
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  5581. [190 | 308.29] loss=3.44 avg=3.00
  5582. [200 | 324.62] loss=2.98 avg=3.00
  5583. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5584.  humans…but she didn*t want her to make it a "special day" as some of them had.
  5585. >It really didn*t matter if she was alone. It still had to be a fun night.
  5586. >She knew she wasn’t a slut but she also knew those things she knew she shouldn’t do.
  5587. >It was time for those things to be seen.
  5588. >Tears were running down her face and her ears had been cut off by the loud roar of the street.
  5589. >A few of her friends were already at the park because she had been called by some to pick them up.
  5590. >She was called over by all of the other guys who had come down for the night to ask if they could come with her.
  5591. >Some seemed nervous, scared, shy; others had nothing and would just come anyway, they were excited to finally be part of the main attraction.
  5592. >But she was happy and had an erection ready in her bra.
  5593. >All of a sudden, she found a hand on her back from one of her old man friends.
  5594. >It was a cute hand and he knew it was him.
  5595. >Suddenly, something had happened.
  5596. >It felt weird, and for a long time she did not know what it felt like, but something that she had never done before.
  5597. >He tried to comfort her by asking if she was okay, but she did not respond, he looked down at her as she lay on her back with her bra and panties on, holding her right leg out in front of him.
  5598. >A pair of hands took hold of her left one, and a pair held her leg out, just behind her right leg.
  5599. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He says, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  5600. >She feels the warmth of his chest, as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  5601. >He looks down at his legs, and as he looks up at her, it starts to feel as if he could not control it.
  5602. >She feels her legs being more wet, and feels him moving his hips to get his cock out.
  5603. >His cock is small and he feels it throbbing as he takes the first thrust at her thigh, leaving the other half of his penis standing to the side, and the head in the vagina.
  5604. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He says, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  5605. >She feels the warmth of his chest, as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  5606. >He looked down at his legs, and as he looked up at her, it started to feel as if he could not control it.
  5607. "I’m glad you were able to see such a nice man." He remarks, rubbing his fingers through her shirt.
  5608. >She feels the warmth of his chest as though his heart was at ease and relaxed.
  5609. >He looked down at his legs, and as he looked up at her, it started to feel as if he could not control it.
  5610. >She feels her legs being more wet, and feels him moving his hips to get his cock out.
  5611. >"You were so hot." He says, grabbing some of the juice from her breasts and moving it over to her thighs.
  5612. >She felt all of her legs in hot, sticky juices!
  5613. >Some dripped; some dripped to her thighs...more were on the hands and knees, a few were on her chest.
  5614. >One was very wet, and she had no idea if she did.
  5615. >Anonymously she handed him some more to dip her hand in. He gave her a small tip but kept the rest.
  5616. >She could feel herself getting wetter on her hand, and a few minutes later she felt and touched her pussy.
  5617. >The juices around the ring in her pussy started to make her wetter.
  5618. >Her hand was wet too, and she was stroking the wet folds of her thigh.
  5619. >She was finally ready, and he was finally ready.
  5620. >With a few gentle strokes the male was finally ready to come.
  5621. "A few more little dicks and you are going to be going a little wetter." The man says, moving towards the back door.
  5622. >You look at the girl, and she knew he had been in the back room before and was in the same predicament as her.
  5623. >She could not believe it. She wanted him. She wanted to go to the front door, but she was being told she couldn’t.
  5624. >She was getting the picture of a man being told his lady’s man.
  5625. >She wanted him to come so badly but not like this.
  5626. "It’s okay, go home." She says, and her legs came to rest on her thighs.
  5627. >Her hands moved across her body, and her
  5628.  
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  5646. [380 | 646.32] loss=3.14 avg=2.99
  5647. [390 | 662.77] loss=2.35 avg=2.97
  5648. [400 | 679.20] loss=2.82 avg=2.97
  5649. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5650. , you look into the empty table.
  5651. "This," you snap, "is going to be a mess."
  5652. >"Oof~"
  5653. >"What are you thinking?"
  5654. >A voice floats up from the darkness,
  5655. >you blink in surprise; it can be heard far away.
  5656. >It goes,
  5657. >"It's just one of your silly experiments that we had you pull on us while you were asleep. This is a lot more complicated than that, I know it."
  5658. >he gives you a few more steps to his feet before he turns and trots away.
  5659. >You're a little worried, but decide not to argue now; you're going to be fine.
  5660. >As you leave the room, you are still being watched, but the sound of his feet and the light-blue ceiling of the room makes you wonder if this is not a dream or if it is a real one.
  5661. >There's a long pause before you hear the thud of the door opening behind you.
  5662. >Then another sound, and you see two figures.
  5663. >They're just outside your bedroom door, but they've gone too quiet for you to guess what they are doing there.
  5664. >"So I see," the woman says, "you aren't dead!"
  5665. "I am."
  5666. >In a burst of terror, you reach up and grab the door handle, yanking it back as the woman's face contort with emotion.
  5667. >"Don't worry, I can still hear you."
  5668. >She winces slightly, "You can't see me, so I can always be out here somewhere."
  5669. >You nod.
  5670.  
  5671. "Yeah. But I'm just a little scared. I wasn't sure if-- "
  5672. >But at the same time, you can't deny that you're relieved to know.
  5673. >This time, a small and wispy figure comes into your bedroom doorway:
  5674. >His name isn't the type to look out for at all, but that doesn't keep you from trying.
  5675. >You're standing over your bed with a blanket over you.
  5676. >He is a young man in his late middle age, who is sitting in a small, dark room.
  5677. >His arms are encircled around your waist, and with a twist in his body a small figure slowly slides between his legs.
  5678. >The sound of that, combined with the fact that he's being watched for no good reason, causes your chest to twitch.
  5679. >It is a soft moan, as if you had come with the intention of forcing it out of you.
  5680. >You aren't sure it's just the thought of him touching you while he watches you, but the way he's holding you is just making it harder to stop struggling.
  5681. >He takes a handful of your manhood in the other, and it causes you to shimmy slightly as his hips start to move.
  5682. >You are going to cum.
  5683. >You want to just cum immediately.
  5684. >And then you will have that orgasm, the moment that you feel one of the vibrations begin to rise up to the surface of your bladder.
  5685. >You're going to cum.
  5686. >You are going to cum.
  5687. >You are going to cum deep and fast.
  5688. >You are going to cum in her mouth.
  5689. >You are going to cum in her asshole as you shoot your hot load all over her face.
  5690. >She's not going to stop fucking you like that for hours.
  5691. >You feel the urge to move closer to her.
  5692. >Something feels different about these legs.
  5693. >The sensation of the legs being spread stretched out out and the flesh around the base stretched out even more.
  5694. >And you're not the only one that's not satisfied.
  5695. >You hear the girl whimper and feel the wetness of her pussy against the wall.
  5696. >You're a little surprised that even your erection isn't doing the trick.
  5697. >You're a long, long way from your own orgasm that you had been meaning to do for a couple hours at least.
  5698. >You're the one that had been planning to cum later in the night, when you decided to stop bothering him and went to bed.
  5699. >You didn't even realize how you could feel that.
  5700. >You don't know what you did wrong, you are so... horny.
  5701. >You do like cumming, but it's always been something that you dreamed up and made up for in the dream.
  5702. >At first, its... it was just because of the feeling you'd gotten from a movie you watched that had been playing on repeat on that horrible computer in the room.
  5703. >But you've since found yourself needing to cum frequently, especially after a long, hard night of fucking and fucking.
  5704. >You don't know what happened to that movie, it was just this... something that always bothered you when you turned off.
  5705. >A part
  5706.  
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  5728. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5729.  to you?
  5730. >“Not me, and you don't need to have it.”
  5731. >”Not even a little.”
  5732. >Sister nods in agreement, and we both follow her through the door.
  5733. “So then, what about Anon?”
  5734. >She goes to speak to Anon but you simply nod to Sister.
  5735. “And…”
  5736. >”I still had a hard time trusting you after the accident, and, to be honest, I thought Anon could not be more in need than I did.”
  5737. >He glances at you and you nod to Sister, which she does too.
  5738. >Then, he smiles at you and shrugs, smiling sheepishly.
  5739. >For you, this is an opportunity to be very patient.
  5740. >The moment his smile fades, he looks back at you with a pout, and you nod to him.
  5741. >So then, about a week ago we had started working and working.
  5742. "I think we came to the right place."
  5743. >As you turn around and peer out the door, Anon is looking at you, his eyes on the small screen on his desktop.
  5744. >"Okay…I should apologize for the delay.”
  5745. >You both nod again, then he gives a brief chuckle and turns the screen on.
  5746. "I should have asked for more time before it happened."
  5747. >That gets your attention but you turn your head away quickly and continue to work.
  5748. >Then, it's as if a light bulb starts to flash.
  5749. >You don't move, and you just stare.
  5750. >"Okay…I guess it was really bad. I don't think I didn't tell you a lot about it, so."
  5751. >He looks confused.
  5752. "Well, that doesn't really matter now."
  5753. >Sister glances up at him, and you nod.
  5754. >"It is a very important information to know. You heard that."
  5755. >"It should not be a problem. I promise."
  5756. >That is, it shouldn't be more than a minor inconvenience today.
  5757. >You would have expected your father to be around to warn you.
  5758. >You had even expected your sister to ask you about it beforehand.
  5759. >But there was no need for it to be anything more…
  5760. “I don't think she should. I don't think she has the right information to know at this point. But, I'll do whatever I possibly can.”
  5761. >He smiles at you and shrugs.
  5762. >“That… is what I expect, and I'll do everything I can to help my child.”
  5763. >Sister shakes her head, her tone a mixture of shock and pity.
  5764. >"It isn't like I want to just be there for her sake; it would be nice and sweet. But, that is not a requirement on my mind. And, I won't ask for you to stay to save her from suffering like I did."
  5765. >You nod to him and smile back.
  5766. “So, now I want to ask you, sister: is this as bad as you thought? In my opinion, I'll do everything I can to help.”
  5767. "Uh-huh, well, why would I ask?"
  5768. >"Because she could be a lot worse, you know…”
  5769. >This is a strange exchange from the way you were talking about yesterday.
  5770. >You smile and shrug again and continue to work.
  5771. >Not very long after all but ten seconds have passed, the device goes off, and you can feel his hands running down your body, caressing your back for a brief moment.
  5772. >Your eyes slide shut for a moment, and your head lolls from end to end.
  5773. >But now your neck is no longer on your right side, but instead on the left, and then he moves his hands further down.
  5774. >"It really did hurt a lot, but that is a good thing. I want to make sure your child enjoys this for a long time.”
  5775. >Sister's hands are sliding upwards, caressing and caressing, and the screen flashes again.
  5776. >"A lot hurts, but, it is better that not a lot hurts in my opinion."
  5777. "Really?"
  5778. >"Yes."
  5779. >You open your eyes and look up at him with your eyes closed and his hands are gripping your neck with a firm grip, a little above you, and you are staring at him with a smile.
  5780. "Okay, so what can I do for you?”
  5781. >She shakes her head, but you still nod to her.
  5782. "You don't need the extra time to be with your child. But, if you do stay here for a while, I will be there for you. I'll be there whenever you need me, not for a moment you want to be alone."
  5783. >"Okay…Thank you."
  5784.  
  5785. [610 | 1077.65] loss=2.22 avg=2.97
  5786. [620 | 1094.03] loss=2.98 avg=2.97
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  5792. [680 | 1192.49] loss=3.22 avg=2.96
  5793. [690 | 1208.93] loss=3.04 avg=2.96
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  5795. [710 | 1241.83] loss=3.12 avg=2.96
  5796. [720 | 1258.26] loss=3.03 avg=2.97
  5797. [730 | 1274.68] loss=2.84 avg=2.96
  5798. [740 | 1291.13] loss=3.06 avg=2.96
  5799. [750 | 1307.54] loss=2.46 avg=2.96
  5800. [760 | 1323.99] loss=3.12 avg=2.96
  5801. [770 | 1340.42] loss=2.90 avg=2.96
  5802. [780 | 1356.81] loss=2.18 avg=2.94
  5803. [790 | 1373.19] loss=2.80 avg=2.94
  5804. [800 | 1389.58] loss=2.95 avg=2.94
  5805. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5806.  doesn't count for much, really.
  5807. I'm fairly certain this is what you wanted, but I don't know how fast the clock gets reset by your hands.
  5808. >You don't like waking up early.
  5809. >So I'll just be you and that is what you have.
  5810. >Your phone and your bed
  5811. >I just called the house and said, "Morning Anon."
  5812. >You open the door to the kitchen and step inside.
  5813. >You take out the bowl of cereal you found at the grocery store and throw the cereal outside to cool it off.
  5814. >With a quick swipe of the counter you make a couple of empty bowls but you don't use them for much.
  5815. >You can't afford the damage. You can't afford to make yourself look like a bad man.
  5816. >A quick dip with a little water from the kitchen will tell you why.
  5817. >You just got an email from a friend requesting you make sure her friend was okay.
  5818. >You think of things to say and tell her, and that she and you would like to be there for her.
  5819. >She is in shock and she was upset, it was a bad break. You are not a bad man.
  5820. >She doesn't even know how to read so it's a bit of a shock to her but you are a human male.
  5821. >She's too young for you to even be her friend, just as much because she just met you.
  5822. >And a guy to be her friend. It's not just that. Her life has been ruined by a bunch of men who are friends too much too quickly.
  5823. >She wants to stay closer to you than you can reasonably support. She wants to be the same girl you were, not the new one.
  5824. >She's not sure what it is, but she thinks you are trying to get to her by making a fuss and then giving her hope.
  5825. >You give her hope.
  5826. >She wants hope.
  5827. >She isn't sure what she wants to say she needs you to do.
  5828. >Her mom is worried because she worries.
  5829.  
  5830. >You get up and talk to her.
  5831. >Her mom is worried because she is worried but her mother doesn't seem to be the biggest fan of you.
  5832. >She gets upset over you wanting to do something that other dads might not be. Her sister is a bit worried. Her dad is worried because he fears he won't see you.
  5833. >The girls in her life are worried because they are worried. Her family is worried because she's a bad mother but she's a good dad, but you're worried because you fear for your family's safety. You are worried because you're worried about your children's safety, and you're not sure you have a safe place for them. Your daughter is worried about it because you're worried because she's worried they will stop loving you for something. She's not sure what she will say once she has been through the first few weeks of this ordeal.
  5834. >You need to make her more comfortable around you and make her feel like she's safe and secure.
  5835. >Even as soon as you go and kiss her you feel her warmth as she knows your words mean it and that she can trust that you are an actual man. And she knows what she wants and you know exactly what she wants.
  5836. >At least it's comforting and that's the point.
  5837. >And you are safe and secure.
  5838. >That's what I think you both need to focus on. Finding a way to be safe and secure.
  5839. >You keep your mouth shut.
  5840. >To keep her out of the way so she doesn't think or act on what her sister feels. She is scared, but she's also scared she'll become a bad woman. And of course she might become a bad mother.
  5841. >Because as soon as you make her uncomfortable she realizes what you want. Her family would be safe and secure, you and the girls you make happy would be free of this. And you and the girls you make happy wouldn't have to worry about what a bad dad would have to say if he found out about them. And that makes them feel like they have a lot of friends.
  5842. >But it's in keeping with the message you wanted to send to be nice that all these things aren't actually going to happen. The whole "friendship thing" is just a lie.
  5843. >You are friends with people because of who you are. People who are happy with who they are. Friends who make a big show of spending time with their girl friends. Friends who are willing to take care of your needs every night. Friends who make sure you are in the best physical and mental health you could ever hope for. Friends who would do anything to go out without you and who knows there is a bunch of other girls out there on Equestria whom you haven't seen yet and who you could find if you're looking.
  5844. >It's
  5845.  
  5846. [810 | 1429.00] loss=2.52 avg=2.93
  5847. [820 | 1445.41] loss=2.52 avg=2.93
  5848. [830 | 1461.83] loss=2.96 avg=2.93
  5849. [840 | 1478.25] loss=2.79 avg=2.92
  5850. [850 | 1494.67] loss=2.70 avg=2.92
  5851. [860 | 1511.14] loss=3.00 avg=2.92
  5852. [870 | 1527.59] loss=2.91 avg=2.92
  5853. [880 | 1544.04] loss=3.26 avg=2.93
  5854. [890 | 1560.52] loss=2.54 avg=2.92
  5855. [900 | 1577.00] loss=3.11 avg=2.92
  5856. [910 | 1593.46] loss=2.38 avg=2.91
  5857. [920 | 1609.91] loss=3.68 avg=2.93
  5858. [930 | 1626.35] loss=2.22 avg=2.92
  5859. [940 | 1642.80] loss=2.69 avg=2.91
  5860. [950 | 1659.23] loss=2.49 avg=2.91
  5861. [960 | 1675.66] loss=2.89 avg=2.90
  5862. [970 | 1692.07] loss=3.04 avg=2.91
  5863. [980 | 1708.49] loss=2.73 avg=2.90
  5864. [990 | 1724.91] loss=2.72 avg=2.90
  5865. [1000 | 1741.31] loss=2.59 avg=2.90
  5866. Saving checkpoint/run2/model-1000
  5867. WARNING:tensorflow:From /tensorflow-1.15.2/python3.6/tensorflow_core/python/training/saver.py:963: remove_checkpoint (from tensorflow.python.training.checkpoint_management) is deprecated and will be removed in a future version.
  5868. Instructions for updating:
  5869. Use standard file APIs to delete files with this prefix.
  5870. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5871. idity of the room and feel the heat of the fire.
  5872. >"Anon. Can I know what a lot of those names mean?"
  5873. >The fire has stopped for now, but it has a tendency to spread when the flames on it flare up
  5874. >You turn to a third party.
  5875. "Gentlemen, I'm afraid there's no time for this."
  5876.  
  5877. =====================================
  5878.  
  5879.  
  5880. (Spoiler)
  5881.  
  5882.  
  5883. >You walk back over to the fire to see the three ponies on your right all looking around at you.
  5884. >They look confused.
  5885. >Why is Anon's back a mess?
  5886. >The only ponies you see that are visibly upset are the three mares that have just taken the microphone.
  5887. >"Anon! Anon! What do you need, sweetie? Can someone please help you?"
  5888. >You sigh and continue toward the fire when you hear the three ponies around you begin to panic.
  5889. >One is waving a hoof at Anon wearing sunglasses.
  5890. >"Anon! What's wrong?"
  5891. >The other is pointing a hoof at you.
  5892. >He looks away from it and shakes his head.
  5893. >His face is as red as the color of the fire.
  5894. >You continue up and you see he is waving a hoof back at you.
  5895. >You continue up to the fire and see the three ponies looking around nervously.
  5896. >"Anon! What's wrong?"
  5897. "Anon. Hey, guys, it's over here with a fire on my back," you say as you walk over to the fire and spot the three ponies.
  5898. >They are the ones who are holding the fire in anger.
  5899. >"Anon. Why wouldn't you want to get a good look at me?" I asked.
  5900. >You turn back and see the pony on your right looking away from the fire in confusion.
  5901. >"Sorry," he says.
  5902. >"I'm fine," the other says with a smile.
  5903. >"Good," the first says.
  5904. >You get a smile on your face and continue on your walk with the ones holding the fire.
  5905. >You get closer to the fire.
  5906. >There is an open flame that has begun to burn through your armor where the metal and wire has been torn from the joints.
  5907. "Oh! Is Anon there? He is."
  5908. >"Anon. Please come out of your room immediately," the three mares are begging him.
  5909. >The fire on your back is still burning.
  5910. >You walk over to your armor and look at the wounds where the mares had hit you with their hoofs.
  5911. >"Anon! Please come out of your room if you can."
  5912. >You look at them nervously.
  5913. >"Please," the last says.
  5914. >"We're sorry."
  5915. >Then, you see he is waving a hoof again.
  5916. >"Please," the first and second say simultaneously.
  5917. >"Please," the last says.
  5918. >"We're all sorry."
  5919. >"Please."
  5920. >"Please."
  5921. >You are Anon.
  5922. >Your armor is now on fire.
  5923. >"Please," the mares are begging you. It's your fault! You have killed yourself!
  5924. >"Please," the first is pleading.
  5925. “Look at me, Anon! Look at your little friend. You really can get that man out of this mess! It's not right for a pony to die like that!"
  5926. >You walk over to the third pony, who was standing in front of his helmet.
  5927. >He is holding his own helmet in his hand and he is looking at his helmet and his muzzle.
  5928. >You turn to the others and look at the fire.
  5929. >You hear the screaming from the fire and you know your mares want to get you.
  5930. >"Anon I think we have a problem here," says Anon.
  5931. >The four ponies in the room turn to you.
  5932. >They all look up at all the ponies.
  5933. >They're holding their breath.
  5934. >Their faces are red as the fire.
  5935. "Are you there?"
  5936. >"Anon! Look out! Where you coming?"
  5937. >You look out of the room to the fire.
  5938. >Anon has been burned.
  5939. >Tears are streaming from his eyes.
  5940. >His wounds are burnt all over.
  5941. >It is horrible.
  5942. >You know it, now, you can feel it.
  5943. >You look up to the fire.
  5944. >You can smell from the fire.
  5945. “Anon! Anon! Look out! That's Anon!"
  5946. >You yell.
  5947. "Anon! You alright?"
  5948. >The three mares holding the fire look around in disbelief.
  5949. ><...Are you sure about this stuff?"
  5950. >The three are looking back at you.
  5951. >They're staring at each other in disbelief.
  5952. >How on earth were they being so irresponsible?
  5953. >The room appears to be on
  5954.  
  5955. [1010 | 1787.96] loss=2.44 avg=2.89
  5956. [1020 | 1804.31] loss=3.08 avg=2.89
  5957. [1030 | 1820.63] loss=2.25 avg=2.88
  5958. [1040 | 1837.04] loss=2.81 avg=2.88
  5959. [1050 | 1853.43] loss=2.55 avg=2.88
  5960. [1060 | 1869.89] loss=2.79 avg=2.87
  5961. [1070 | 1886.34] loss=2.72 avg=2.87
  5962. [1080 | 1902.76] loss=2.49 avg=2.87
  5963. [1090 | 1919.17] loss=2.68 avg=2.86
  5964. [1100 | 1935.55] loss=2.95 avg=2.87
  5965. [1110 | 1952.02] loss=2.77 avg=2.86
  5966. [1120 | 1968.44] loss=2.96 avg=2.87
  5967. [1130 | 1984.88] loss=3.02 avg=2.87
  5968. [1140 | 2001.35] loss=3.23 avg=2.87
  5969. [1150 | 2017.79] loss=2.58 avg=2.87
  5970. [1160 | 2034.24] loss=2.95 avg=2.87
  5971. [1170 | 2050.67] loss=2.90 avg=2.87
  5972. [1180 | 2067.12] loss=2.57 avg=2.87
  5973. [1190 | 2083.51] loss=3.02 avg=2.87
  5974. [1200 | 2099.93] loss=2.72 avg=2.87
  5975. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  5976.  what you see
  5977. >You see two of the animals running as you watch as the sun sinks in the sky
  5978. >The last of the rain has gone away, but the light and the cool breeze still hangs from the windows
  5979. >Your heart beat is slow, but it beats so slowly
  5980. >You close your eyes and relax, breath slow and steady
  5981. >"You can do this, Luna."
  5982. >She is the most beautiful human you have met
  5983. >Your arms wrapped around her neck, your eyes half closed
  5984. >The feeling of her body rubs against your own is amazing
  5985. >You can feel it in your limbs, you can feel the warm warmth of her heart, and the gentle touch of her muzzle
  5986. "Yes..."
  5987. >She leans in to you
  5988. >The way her hips and thighs move when pressed together, she moves her tail everytime you take her mouth
  5989. >"You can keep going."
  5990. >She lets out a quiet "Yes"
  5991. >You are no longer as timid, but as much afraid of making another failure
  5992. >You let go of her neck and bend your hips as much as possible
  5993. >Luna's tail wiggles beneath and then you hold Luna's neck as a human's hand goes through her back, moving upward
  5994. >There, in the air, her breasts are soft and beautiful
  5995. >So much better than you'd seen them from the pictures
  5996. >You are not just the first member of your herd, but she is your first lover and your first wife
  5997. >Her body has changed from a hot pink and white to a more delicate purple
  5998. >She now has curves that make it look stunning
  5999. >Her waist and hips have lengthened by a lot
  6000. >Her thighs are not thick and bulky
  6001. >They are soft and supple and soft
  6002. >You know she looks so much like you when she was just a young filly
  6003. >She's the best filly you've ever known
  6004. >And now to be your wife
  6005. >As you look into her eyes, you feel something strange
  6006. >She's not sure why she wants to get your cock in her
  6007. >You have to be really careful...
  6008. >She doesn't seem so anxious, as if she doesn't feel she's on the wrong road
  6009. >Her chest is firm, almost as if her heart was beating
  6010. >Her arms and calves are big and strong but not huge
  6011. >Her chest and neck are beautiful
  6012. >Her tits are large, even big at the smallest of them
  6013. >She's so strong, your heart is beating fast and she's making you feel horny just thinking about her
  6014. >Her lips are small and sweet, nothing like the other mares
  6015. >And you feel her cunt, lips are all the same color, she gives no sign of the usual teasing heat
  6016. >You can touch them too, you can push them together
  6017. >Her body is so much more exciting than any of the other mares you've seen, you think she's going to make you into a wife
  6018. >And she just can't let go
  6019. >The last three mares have been a total mess, no cum, no taste
  6020. >And this filly needs a little more stimulation so you put your finger deep inside
  6021. >She tries to bite at it, but it's too hot
  6022. >You hold her down, a lot, like a mare's stallion for your own pleasure
  6023. >Her head is still wet from the previous night, but the taste now is just as thick and sweet
  6024. >She gets her fill before you, and her tail is very wet
  6025. >You watch as she swallows and tries to hold her breath, she tries to suckle it
  6026. >Her face is still red but it's a pale, almost pearly shade from the rain
  6027. >This mare is like a dog when you put your hand inside, but she lets you play
  6028. >You try and take her into your hand, the heat of her pussy is getting hot and her breath is coming so easily
  6029. >You playfully touch her pussy with your fingers and lick along the outer lips, you know exactly what you are doing
  6030. >You don't know when to stop
  6031. >She stops biting
  6032. >"I'm yours, your seed, my pussy, cum," she growled.
  6033. >You groan inside, she looks so sad and you think the rainmorn is just going to stop for this mare
  6034. >You can feel it...
  6035. >Her mane and mane are as warm as if you were wrapped around it, she didn't even bathe in the rain, but you felt like the warmth of the sun made her shine, like you were inside her for the first time
  6036. >She lets out a quiet "I'm yours," and you start licking her pussy
  6037. >She looks like she's crying, she's hugging you tightly against her chest
  6038. >"You want this," she growled. "You'll always be mine."
  6039. >You want to cry
  6040.  
  6041. [1210 | 2139.05] loss=3.00 avg=2.87
  6042. [1220 | 2155.42] loss=2.79 avg=2.87
  6043. [1230 | 2171.82] loss=2.94 avg=2.87
  6044. [1240 | 2188.28] loss=2.49 avg=2.86
  6045. [1250 | 2204.75] loss=2.62 avg=2.86
  6046. [1260 | 2221.23] loss=3.21 avg=2.86
  6047. [1270 | 2237.68] loss=2.90 avg=2.86
  6048. [1280 | 2254.12] loss=3.39 avg=2.87
  6049. [1290 | 2270.55] loss=3.10 avg=2.87
  6050. [1300 | 2286.96] loss=3.05 avg=2.88
  6051. [1310 | 2303.36] loss=2.70 avg=2.87
  6052. [1320 | 2319.76] loss=2.66 avg=2.87
  6053. [1330 | 2336.20] loss=2.89 avg=2.87
  6054. [1340 | 2352.63] loss=2.84 avg=2.87
  6055. [1350 | 2369.09] loss=2.63 avg=2.87
  6056. [1360 | 2385.55] loss=3.38 avg=2.88
  6057. [1370 | 2402.00] loss=2.45 avg=2.87
  6058. [1380 | 2418.45] loss=3.03 avg=2.87
  6059. [1390 | 2434.89] loss=2.99 avg=2.87
  6060. [1400 | 2451.35] loss=2.71 avg=2.87
  6061. ======== SAMPLE 1 ========
  6062.  with a bang.
  6063. > "Anon!?"
  6064. "N-No. I-I just had an accident. And now i'm not-"
  6065. > "Well! What do you think of-"
  6066. "I've never touched a weapon before. I-I haven't had a gun since school was cancelled. That's a thing that'll never die. But you didn't see me using the first one out in the field. I don't think I will touch one again."
  6067. > "You know there's a limit to everything you can do. That limit is going to keep us safe. We're going to be able to carry one. But-,"
  6068. "We will never touch a weapon if we're going to keep them from coming back, right?"
  6069. > "That's why I came around for repairs."
  6070. > "I understand."
  6071. "You know I will have to keep a gun safe."
  6072. > "That's probably how this all started."
  6073. > "I'll have to tell Captain Cadance that the others are doing the same thing."
  6074. "No, you can't even carry guns on your own. I can see your weapons are probably all destroyed."
  6075. > "You just have to learn how."
  6076. > Cadance takes several short steps forward.
  6077. > "I-They're still operational?"
  6078. "Yeah."
  6079. > "How much damage are they doing?"
  6080. "Probably, I think it might have hit half the reserve. If you had not stopped it, they probably would have been done pretty quickly."
  6081. > "You have to be careful, no matter what. I can understand why you're scared. But there's a point to all of this-"
  6082. >"We have to be very careful, too. The other ponies might not be there if you put too much power into them."
  6083. > The officer steps forward, placing a hand on your leg.
  6084. > "We don't want any more ponies going missing."
  6085. "So, you know how to have a gun?"
  6086. > "I-I was told all the same thing back home."
  6087. > You can feel the grip on your right leg slip around, but it doesn't hurt much in that.
  6088.  
  6089. "Are you going to tell me how to fire it, so I can protect myself?"
  6090. > "Yes. Here, it's a little easier for you to see it."
  6091. > Cadance raises one of the remaining pistols from the desk, and you take them and hold it on the other end of the table.
  6092. > "Good. They don't have to be so powerful. Just let me get them all fired. Just try to keep the range. We still got this."
  6093. > You don't trust that she actually understands how many shots are in them.
  6094.  
  6095. ACTION:
  6096. - Have the first shot, then have her point toward what you intend to do next.
  6097.  
  6098. >"Well, I guess you're just going to have to come back with us. You know how the situation is out there. You know where the roads are, where the fire's coming from-"
  6099. "I'm not saying not to the ponies, I'm just being polite about not wanting to take anything else to the accident."
  6100. "I'll take your word to the next time I'm with you."
  6101. > "No, I'm simply saying, don't just go running out to the fields."
  6102. > "Very, very kind of you. And good."
  6103. "Thanks."
  6104. > "Let me know if you ever get lost."
  6105. "Well, don't ask me where to go. I think I'll be taking the next few days to do the right thing."
  6106. > "Then I'll keep my word to you. That'll keep us safe."
  6107. > You do keep a steady supply of supplies until the next time you see it again.
  6108. > That was a good idea.
  6109.  
  6110. -----
  6111.  
  6112. > The next day is spent flying above to get to the nearby village of Chippewa.
  6113. > When you reach the village, the wind begins to lighten, the rain picking up and the skies becoming darker.
  6114. > "The sun could do so much better in the sky."
  6115. "A little rain."
  6116. > "We're seeing quite a bit of lightning, it could go better to watch on the ground, but still-"
  6117. > "Right!"
  6118. > He gives you a smile.
  6119. > "It's about time for another patrol. A patrol of a few miles is what we're all going to be flying over."
  6120. > As you approach the town, the clouds begin to lighten, the sun even beginning to show signs of fading.
  6121. > "What's with these clouds?"
  6122. > "Oh, this is when they're about to fall over your heads. This will be our one more day."
  6123. > You let your wingtips flap just long enough to see for yourself whether it is the moon or the night sky.
  6124. > There. The
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