Pony Stories 767

10 Jul

Today’s intro will be a excerpt from the blog’s spam filter.

An interesting discussion is definitely worth comment. I believe that you need to publish more on this subject matter, it might not be a taboo subject but typically folks don’t speak about these issues. To the next! Kind regards!!

Apparently this spambot thinks that my list of books I read in 2012 is a taboo subject. At least it was nice about it!

  • Equestria Girls: Wrong Book by Blackbird2
  • Friendship = Evil by PaulAsaran

Equestria Girls: Wrong Book by Blackbird2

Was amusing, but nothing really stuck. One long internal monologue with a somewhat humorous reveal at the end.

Friendship = Evil by PaulAsaran

This story has the most impressive book fort of any fanfic I’ve read. Though I’m a bit disappointed that young Twilight didn’t actually have a working gate. Also, young Twilight’s assumptions about what Shining Armor and Cadance are doing late at night is hilarious. Worth a read if you are in the mood for something a bit sweet and silly. A very nice young Twilight Sparkle moment.


Posted by on July 10, 2017 in Ponies, Reading 2017, Reviews


2 responses to “Pony Stories 767

  1. Present Perfect

    July 10, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    Gosh, that spam is almost encouraging! Also very similar to something that showed up on Chris’s blog recently. :B

    • Griffin

      July 11, 2017 at 2:37 pm

      Spam seems to be either gibberish or compliments these days. Occasionally I’ll go through the spam filter just to enjoy all the vague compliments about how my blog is awesome and how well I cover ‘this subject’.


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