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      Taco Bawl’ing Your Eyes Out

      Rarity goes to Taco Bell against her will and has to try a Crunchwrap and she starts crying out of anger because she really liked it.
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      The Crunchwrap Supreme

      In her entire however-many-years she’d been alive, Rarity the unicorn had never been to Taco Bell.  Primarily, because such a thing didn’t exist in Equestria, the land of magical horsies, but also because Rarity the unicorn did not indulge in fast food, thank you very much. She was a lady of refined taste and impeccable physique, and she wasn’t one to commit a crime against Horse-God-See-Celestia and Fabulosity by subjecting her body to such trash.  But there she was at a Taco Bell in…
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      The First Date

      Rarity appreciated everypony.  She did. Really. Except for right now. Right now, she really didn’t appreciate the gang of loud, rowdy princesses and ponies parading in and out her house as though it were some sort of circus.  She had a dress to make. Several dresses, in fact, because she had a business to kick back into gear, so she’d overcommitted herself, but it was fine, because she’d surely get them done in time if she was just allowed a few hours of…
    • Stories set in the universe of “The Enchanted Library” and its sequels.

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      Soul Fire

      Sapphire Eyes
      I thought things would be easier. I expected them to be easier because everything was supposedly well in the world now. We were together, hand in hand, taking one step at a time. But things are never so easy, are they? They’re complicated, and difficult, and even more so when it felt like I’d been away from Twilight longer than I’d been with her. So, how do you go back to that? What if it wasn’t the same? We met several times immediately after our reunion. Every day, in fact.…
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      The Last Train Home
      ???. The Last Train Home In the book of Rarity's life, Twilight Sparkle was its beginning, is its middle, and will be its end. Rarity knew this for a fact, and she would not have it any other way.  She always did love Manehattan. She loved the city lights, the trends, and the ponies who seemed to live on a different plane of time, if that made sense. It was the city where time went as fast or slow as one’s life. It had been before she was and would continue to be after she was…
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      XXII – XXIV

      The Last Train Home
      XXII. Emergency Confession Protocol #8 By the time Monday morning came, I’d yet to arrive at a decision. It was hard to decide in a week if one was willing to change their lives so drastically. I only properly told Fluttershy about it, the trip and the job offer and the moving, and she is so very intelligent, Fluttershy. She hides it, but she is, and you can imagine how I nearly choked on my tea when she asked if I was hesitating because of my feelings for you. “Oh dear! Was it…
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      XVIII – XXI

      The Last Train Home
      XVIII. A Talk Between Delinquents Life works in mysterious ways, doesn’t it? It’s such a trite expression, used by everypony so often that it’s lost any shred of meaning, and yet it’s true. Life has a tendency, I’ve found, to give you what you want exactly at the precise moment when you don’t want it, and in a way you never wanted it. Is it a way to punish us for being demanding? Entitled? Taking things for granted? Life is a cruel prankster. And its cruelest prank, I thought…