to be fair, she did lock them in a shed to try to brainwash them into communism. That said, an animal-farm esque short with GlimGlam as the pigs and AJ as the workhorse would be great.
In the meantime, more reqs.
***>Her eyes shimmer and shine like the most previous of jewels, merrily alight with flickering flames and studded with stars that could captivate even the most devout celibate.>Her smile stretched two full glossed lips, exposing pearly teeth and making her cheeks dimple and the skin covering her high cheekbones stretch cutely.>Her...>Pinkie was running out of words.>Even as she ran through a dictionary, then a thesaurus, then a pictionary, then...>Safe to say, there was only so many ways to call someone beautiful, but no words that she knew of could describe her best friend accurately.>"Beautiful" was simply an understatement, in every sense of the word.>Which made writing a love note to said best friend almost impossible!>It was infuriating, frustrating, agonizing!>Gosh, she was starting to sound like Twilight...>Pinkie scrubbed a hand down her face and flopped back against her chair, letting out an agonized groan as her pen slipped from her fingers and clattered to the floor.
"How the heck am I supposed to write a love note when the girl I like is too pretty for words!" Pinkie sighed, staring upside down at the stuffed green gator plush sitting on her nightstand.
"Any ideas, Gummie?">The plush stayed silent, its' beady plastic eyes unfocused.
"Yeah, that's about how helpful I thought you were gonna be..." Pinkie muttered.>"Pinkie?">An upside-down version of Maud was in front of her now, the door half ajar and her sister's upside-down face blankly looking over at her.
"Hey Maudie, what's up?">"I heard shouting. Are you alright?"
"Heh, heh." Pinkie blushed when her thoughts drifted back to Sunset, but Maud's polite cough drew her back.
"Er, yep! Never been better!">"Alright.">Maud moved to close the door, but Pinkie shouted after her.
"Wait, Maud!">Maud stopped, blinking slowly.>"Yes, Pinkie Pie?"
"When someone says something's not wrong then somethings always wrong!" >She tilted her chair back and sent it crashing to the floor, then rolled over onto her belly and flopped face-first into the hard wood.>"I see. So there is something wrong, then?">Pinkie offered her a long, suffering sigh and bobbed her head awkwardly.>Though she couldn't see her, Pinkie could hear Maud's shoes trailing a path to her bed, and then the soft squealing of springs as Maud took a seat.>"Does it have something to do with the half ream of paper currently balled up at the foot of your desk?">Pinkie nodded again, her forehead knocking against the wood.>"Pinkie.">Maud's normally flat voice took on a note of annoyance, which finally made Pinkie look up from her spot on the floor.
"I'm trying to... mrph."