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My life is 42% Happy[X] You have a boyfriend/girlfriend
[X] You have your own room.
[ ] You own a cell phone.
[ ] You have an ipod/ mp3 player.
[ ] Your parents are still married.(my parents are dead)
[ ] You have more than 2 best friends.
[ ] There is a swimming pool in your backyard
[X] You dress how you want to.
[X] You hang out with friends more than once a week.
[X] There is a computer/ laptop in your room.
[ ] You have never been beaten up.
[ ] You never cry more than twice a month.(I can not cry)
[X] You are allowed to listen to the music you want to.
[ ] Your room is big enough for you.
[ ] People don't use you for something you have.
[ ] You have been to a concert.
[ ] You have over 50 friends on Facebook.(no Facebook)
[ ] Your parents let you have a Facebook.
[ ] You get allowance
[ ] You collect something normal.
[ ] You look forward to going to school.
[ ] You don't wish you were someone else.
[ ] You play a sport
[ ] You do something after school.
[X] You own a
P.C.F.V (Pony Creator Full Version) contestthe rules:
#1 you must use the Pony Creator Full Version.
#2 you must use DA muro to edit it.
#3 you must post the code befor you edit.
the prize is 7 points.
Happy V day
A Valentine's day Story
It was a sunny day and everything was going wonderful, Mary Vilks Nightshade just received a note from the Chaos Kingdom the note said:
Dear Mary Vilks Nightshade,
You have been invited to the grand ball in the Chaos Kingdom at the Castle of Chaos. You must wear your best dress. You may bring a friend or family member. You must not bring any kind of weapon no knives (bigger than a dagger), no guns (bigger than a pocket gun), no swords (of any kind). The ball will be on the third of the month of Corecon
Your friend the Chaos King.
After Mary finished reading the note she wrote a note to Bob Johnson, her notes to Bob Johnson is asking if he would like to be invited to the grand ball, Bob accepted and they met at his shop at 3:30 in the after noon. Bob did not have a good suit so he and Mary went to Jethro’s fabric shop
The storey of how the blanks beganOnce there was a quiet village known as Sunny Town one day a horrible plague called Cutie pox broke out it spread thru the village in one day. Sunny Town was quarantined, the small town was over groin in 19 years, the inhabitants of Sunny Town lost all hope in the outside and called on the powers of the Evil one to cure the dices he did so but with one condition, every 100 years the ponies must scarifies one sole to stay a live. Grey Hoof was appointed liter of the village by the Evil one, He told Grey Hoof "if a scarifies is not given every 100 years you and every pony in Sunny Town will suffer for ever. There was another part of the curs to let the pones know when time came to scarifys a pony, they would tern in to Zomponies at night when that time they would send out the market one to get a pony.
the legend of Prince Vilks Nightshade II: part 4After Nightshade returned to the village he saw that almost all the men, women and children of this village were former D.O.L experiments. they were all gathered in the center of the town, the lieder (Zack Hardesco) and his sister (Penny Hardesco) were in the middle of the crowd, Nightshade recognize them, (because they all went to the same school along time a go). when Zack and Penny saw Nightshade they welcomed him in and told him there plan to defeat the D.O.L, but be for they cud finish a troupe of black swords solders attacked.
To Be Continent.
the legend of Prince Vilks Nightshade II: part 3When Nightmare saw that Nightshade was reedy he sent him on his first mission. The mission was to go and destroy a new village 5 miles west of fort Menace. Nightmare said "The village is a D.O.L settlement kill every one, and wipe out the town." but he did not know that Nightshade already knew that the village was not a D.O.L settlement but a band of rebels with one goal and that goal was to destroy the D.O.L, He was in the new village 5 hours be for thin. when he told Nightmare that the settlement was not a D.O.L village, Nightmare told him to destroy it no mater who the settlement belongs to and kill every one. Nightshade said "no I will never destroy someone with the same goal as me" and he left Nightmare and took the gitara śmierci and whet back to the village.
To Be Continent.
the legend of Prince Vilks Nightshade II :part 2it has been 10 years to the day and the when the D.O.L captured the kingdom of
vilks vīriešiem and the anger of Nightshade has only increase as the years past. The time was not wasted in regret and anger, he spinet almost all his time training in the dźwięk śmierci or the sound of death. He has gone all over the world all the way to the land of the changelings (but he was not allowed to inter the land of Equestria for he was to foll of hate to enter). Nightmare was every interested in the anger and hate that filed him. Nightmare came to Nightshade and told him he wold help him git revenge on the D.O.L by fully teaching him to harness the power of dźwięk śmierci, and he told Nightshade he wold give him the gitara śmierci or the guitar of death (the gitara śmierci is the most powerful sound harnessing weapon
the legend of Prince Vilks Nightshade IIOnce there was a kingdom far bond the land of Equestria so far that almost no pony has ever seen the land, the land of vilks vīriešiem the lands of the wolf min. There have bin mine visitors in this land all have bin welcomed in and where free to go when they waned to but one-day king Vilks Nightshade I (the first) was assassinated by a terrorist group know as the Demons of Light, (D.O.L.) after the assassination the lieder of the D.O.L. Davil Stangin took over. Prince Nightshade was only 4 years old when all this happened he his twin sister (Allis Nightshade) and there Mother (Queen Aliczyca Nightshade). There youngest sister Mary Nightshade was captured by the evil Davil Stangin. It was well know that the D.O.L did Horrible experiments to all of there prisoners no mater how
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the legend of Prince Vilks Nightshade II: Part 5When The black swords solders attacked they were easily beaten when Nightshade used the gitara śmierci they didn't know that Nightshade was there, the wounded solders that where left on the battle field (after the black swords retreated) where brought in to the city and there wounds where tended to and they where set free. After that Zack and Penny Hardesco finished telling Nightshade there plan to invade the D.O.L capital and set free all the prisoners and experiments there was a problem village need a lieder, one that could train them how to use weapons and how to use there special and very diverse abilities. "Who could be there lieder" was the question on every ones mind, thin Penny remembered a very interesting experiment that had the power of every one he has ever met even if there power c
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