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Scootaloo's Life Sucks

By glimglam12
Created: 22nd September 2022 08:04:40 AM
4th October 2022 10:22:11 PM

  1. >Scootaloo doesn't realize she's reached the edge
  2. >she takes another step backward as the pink filly and the silver filly take another step closer
  3. >her hind leg kicks at air where there should have been ground
  4. >she falls backward and tumbles head over hooves
  5. >the ditch isn't very deep, but a shallow creek runs through it
  6. >she lands on her back, covered in mud
  7. >the two fillies above her roar with laughter
  8. >she realizes she's lying on her back with her legs splayed open
  9. >the two of them can see everything
  10. >with a blush and a scowl, she quickly rolls over and scrambles to her hooves
  11. >the two fillies laugh again
  12. "What was that?" says Diamond Tiara
  13. "Yeah, I thought you could fly!" chimes in Silver Spoon. "Why don't you just use your wings?"
  14. "Maybe she can get her cutie mark in gymnastics!" says Diamond Tiara
  15. >the two of them laugh again
  16. "Bump bump, sugar lump rump!" they cry in unison
  17. >they perform that annoying butt-bump move they like to do
  18. >why the hell do they do that, anyway?
  19. >do they think that's normal?
  20. >they look like they're into each other, Scoot thinks
  21. >a thousand nasty insults run through her head
  22. >she doesn't say any of them
  23. >she just scowls at the butts of the two fillies as they walk away, still laughing
  24. >when she can no longer hear their voices, she scrambles out of the muddy creek
  25. >
  26. >...
  27. >
  28. >Scoot tramps across the uneven ground
  29. >the surrounding trees provide plenty of shade, but the afternoon is still hot
  30. >the mud has dried and caked into her fur and mane
  31. >it mixes in with her sweat and makes her feel dirty
  32. >she can't wait to get home and take a shower
  33. >the narrow path through the woods isn't much of a shortcut
  34. >it's actually faster to just go through town
  35. >however, that route would take her through the area that Spoon and Tiara usually hang out at after school
  36. >walking past them again, still caked with mud?
  37. >out of the question
  38. >besides, the last thing she wants is for them to follow her and find out where she lives
  39. >insects are buzzing around her, drawn by her sweat
  40. >she swats at them with her tail, but they keep coming
  41. >that's the downside of the woods, so many bugs out here
  42. >but at least she's alone
  43. >a little further down the path, a fast shadow suddenly passes overhead
  44. >she looks up
  45. >a sky blue pegasus suddenly lands in front of her
  46. >she looks down
  47. "Hey, kid."
  48. >in this moment, Scoot is euphoric
  49. >the events of the last two hours are immediately forgotten
  50. >her idol stands on the path in front of her, chest puffed out a little, wings tucked gracefully to her sides
  51. >shafts of late afternoon sun cut through the tree cover overhead
  52. >it makes the sweat drops in her rainbow-colored mane sparkle
  53. "H-hi Rainbow Dash!" Scootaloo stammers
  54. >she struggles to contain the spaghetti welling up inside of her
  55. >Dash smiles nonchalantly
  56. "What are you doing all the way out here, kid?" she asks. "How come you're all muddy?"
  57. "Oh, uh..."
  58. >Scootaloo begins stammering again
  59. >euphoria recedes, everything comes back to her
  60. >she looks down at her mud-caked legs in disgust
  61. "I...uh...I was practicing jumps. I took a header into the creek."
  62. >Dash snerks
  63. "Yeah, I did that a few times when I was in flight school. Where's your scooter?"
  64. >Scoot's stomach drops
  65. >she can feel the spaghetti beginning to leak out of her
  66. "Oh...uh, I left it. Back at the creek."
  67. >Dash gives her an odd look
  68. "Want me to fly back and get it for you? It'll only take a second."
  69. "No!"
  70. >damn, said that way too fast
  71. >she's going to think you're a sperg now
  72. "No, that's okay. I'll go back and get it later. I want to go home and shower first."
  73. >that part's true enough at least
  74. >she doesn't say anything more about it, and Rainbow doesn't press the issue
  75. >they stand there for a few awkward seconds
  76. >summer cicadas are buzzing all around them
  77. "Want me to walk with you for a little bit?"
  78. >with considerable effort, Scoot suppresses an explosion of spaghetti
  79. "Uh, y-yeah. Sure. I mean, if you want to."
  80. >the two of them continue down the uneven forest path
  81. >Dash boasts casually about races she won and headers she took back when she was in flight school
  82. >Scoot is hanging on every word but somehow doesn't hear any of it
  83. >she glances up at Rainbow every time her eyes are turned away
  84. >her strong, powerful body strolls confidently along the path
  85. >her unkempt mane falls around her withers, still shimmering in the sunlight
  86. >she probably doesn't even pay attention to it
  87. >she just looks that cool without even trying
  88. "How come you keep looking at me like that?"
  89. >Dash turns her head back suddenly
  90. >Scoot's stomach plunges
  91. >she quickly averts her gaze
  92. >she can still feel the older mare's eyes on her
  93. >she reddens slightly
  94. >Dash snerks
  95. "What, do you like mares or something?"
  96. >Scoot's blush deepens
  97. >she stares at the ground like she's trying to bore holes into it
  98. >Dash snerks again
  99. "I don't care if you do," she says casually, and resumes walking
  100. >Scoot trots quickly after her, still staring at the ground
  101. >say something, you stupid filly!
  102. "I...uh...I don't know..."
  103. >suddenly she just blurts it out
  104. "I like you, I guess."
  105. >she stops dead in her tracks, realizing what she just said out loud
  106. >she keeps staring at the ground, spaghetti oozing out of her pores
  107. >stupidstupidstupidstupidstupidstupidstupidstupid
  108. >finally, she can't take the silence anymore
  109. >she risks a look up
  110. >Dash is watching her
  111. >she looks amused
  112. "You like me?" she says.
  113. >Scoot hesitates, then nods
  114. "Like, you wanna kiss me?"
  115. >instantly blushing again, Scoot looks away
  116. >she tries to tunnel into the center of the earth with her mind powers
  117. >she wishes she'd never crawled out of the mud
  118. >maybe she should just throw herself back into the creek and live there forever
  119. "You can if you want."
  120. >her head jerks quickly up and she meets her idol's eyes again
  121. >Dash is looking at her with a weird expression
  122. >Scoot swallows
  123. >her stomach feels like it's full of helium
  124. >she could float away any minute
  125. >Dash smirks and leans in towards her
  126. >Scoot swallows again
  127. >her eyes close involuntarily
  128. >she feels the older pony's muzzle pressing against hers
  129. >their lips touch
  130. >Scoot relaxes, leaning into it
  131. >suddenly Dash presses forward
  132. >her tongue pushes its way into Scoot's mouth
  133. >the sudden aggression knocks her off balance
  134. >their lips part with a loud smack as she falls backwards over her own haunches
  135. >for the second time that day she is lying on her back with her legs splayed open
  136. >in front of another mare
  137. >this time she's barely even conscious of the fact
  138. >her chest rises and falls
  139. >she can still feel Rainbow's tongue moving around in her mouth
  140. >Rainbow looks down at her
  141. "Heh."
  142. >she smirks again
  143. >there's a weird look in her eye
  144. >she glances downward
  145. "What's this?" she says
  146. >she takes a front hoof and runs it gently up the crack between Scoot's legs
  147. >that tiny bit of pressure is all it takes
  148. >something inside Scootaloo bursts open
  149. >she yelps in alarm as spasms wrack through her entire body
  150. >fluid begins gushing out of her
  151. >it erupts everywhere, splashing into the grass and soaking up the dust on the ground
  152. >Rainbow's fetlock is immediately soaked
  153. "Holy shit," says Rainbow, laughing a little.
  154. >the wave subsides
  155. >Scootaloo is still on her back, breathing hard
  156. >her heart is pounding
  157. >she looks up at Rainbow still watching her
  158. >the blue pegasus smirks
  159. "I've never seen anypony squirt that much!"
  160. >the frank vulgarity makes Scootaloo blush again, but right now she's too exhausted to think much about it
  161. >her gaze drifts away into the bushes
  162. >cicadas and flies are still buzzing around them, oblivious
  163. "I think I might have to start calling you 'Squirt' from now on."
  164. >Scootaloo's head jerks back
  165. "You can't!" she protests. "That'd be way too embarrassing!"
  166. >Dash snickers
  167. "Relax, nopony but us is gonna know what it means."
  168. >before Scoot can object, Rainbow leans in and kisses her again
  169. >her mouth tastes like sour hayburgers
  170. >Dash pulls away
  171. "Anyway, I gotta get going. There's gonna be a thunderstorm tonight, and I gotta help set it up."
  172. >she flaps her wings twice, raising herself up into the air
  173. >she turns around and gives Scootaloo one last smirk
  174. "See you around...Squirt."
  175. >she takes off
  176. >in the space of half a second she's gone
  177. >Scootaloo is still lying on her back, breathing hard
  178. >she watches the rainbow-colored trail fade away into the afternoon sky
  179. >
  180. >...
  181. >
  182. "I'm home."
  183. >Scoot calls out into the empty house
  184. >there's no reply
  185. >she wasn't expecting one
  186. >her scooter is still lying in the entryway where she left it this morning
  187. >she doesn't want to look at it right now
  188. >outside, the storm clouds are beginning to gather
  189. >the day is still hot, but it's cooling off
  190. >the smell of impending rain is drifting in through the open door
  191. >Scoot kicks it shut behind her
  192. >the house is stuffy and warm, and there's dust on everything
  193. >she doesn't feel like opening the windows, though
  194. >she tramps up the stairs to the bathroom
  195. >the shower feels good
  196. >at least the hot water in here still works
  197. >she stands under the spray a long time, rinsing the mud and sweat out of her fur
  198. >she closes her eyes and lets the water rush over her face and through her mane
  199. >she can suddenly taste sour hayburgers
  200. >Scoot shuts off the water and shakes herself off
  201. >her towel smells gross, and she doesn't like using it anymore
  202. >it's hot enough in here that her fur will probably dry on its own
  203. >downstairs, she fixes herself a bowl of oats to eat
  204. >she's running low, and there's nothing else to put in them
  205. >there isn't any school tomorrow
  206. >she ought to go to the market
  207. >her parents usually send her some bits to buy food at the beginning of the month, but they don't always remember
  208. >she opens the drawer where she keeps her money
  209. >looks like there's probably enough, but she's running low
  210. >maybe she can ask her aunts again
  211. >if she gets up early and catches the first train, she can probably go out to their place and be back before the market closes
  212. >she pushes the drawer shut with her nose
  213. >she suddenly feels exhausted
  214. >at the top of the stairs, she catches a glimpse of herself in the bathroom mirror
  215. >she got most of the mud off of her, but there's still a tiny bit in her mane
  216. >she realizes she's too tired to wash it again
  217. >she wonders if her aunts will say anything about it
  218. >probably not
  219. >they probably won't notice
  220. >she looks at herself in the mirror a bit longer
  221. >suddenly she can taste hayburgers again
  222. >she wonders if she's the same way her aunts are
  223. >into mares
  224. >maybe she is
  225. >what happened with Rainbow Dash kind of proves it, right?
  226. >she looks away from the mirror and trundles off towards her room
  227. >she doesn't really want to be like her aunts
  228. >they're always nice to her when she visits, and they give her whatever she asks for
  229. >but it doesn't feel like they care that much about her
  230. >they never come to see her
  231. >she always has to go to them
  232. >maybe it's because the house is dirty and smells bad
  233. >she nudges open the door to her room
  234. >it smells bad enough in here that she has to open the window
  235. >cool air and the smell of rain waft in from outside
  236. >a slight breeze blows through her still-damp mane
  237. >it feels good
  238. >the sun has gone down, and the crickets are chirping outside
  239. >she flops down on her mattress
  240. >her nose wrinkles
  241. >she had a nightmare once, and wet the bed
  242. >she's pretty sure the straw inside is rotten from that
  243. >but she doesn't know how to change it
  244. >she's too embarrassed to ask her aunts for a new mattress
  245. >so she just puts up with it
  246. >raindrops begin to patter against the roof as she snuggles down into her blankets
  247. "Goodnight, Mom," she mumbles into her pillow. "Goodnight, Dad."
  248.  
  249. ~FIN~

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