Adam and his friends decide to go to the woods one day to see what they can find. After they become lost because they forgot to watch where they were going, they find a portal. The portal led to Equestria, and they found themselves falling for the ponies who live there. What could go wrong?
After an intense night of lovemaking with her husband, Princess Cadence admits her darkest fantasies about his younger sister. To Shining's greatest surprise, Cadence makes a special request, but can he bring himself to deliver?
A robot assistant. Strong, efficient, and happy to follow any command you give it, making your life a whole lot easier. That's what Twilight Sparkle thought when she purchased Valiant, a robot personal assistant, from an advertisement she found in a magazine. Little does she know, her new "assistant's" list of functions don't include sorting books, or dusting shelves. In fact, it isn't until her friends tell her exactly what it is that she purchased that Twilight realizes that she has made one of the biggest blunders of her life. Or has she?
It was a dull Tuesday in December, and I had been suffering sleep-loss for the last week due to a constant portal-like noise from under my bed. Today, my BS meter was officially overflowed, so in a fit of annoyance, I flipped the mattress and bedspring on their side, and took a look at the source of the mysterious sounds. The portal was a spinning blue and white disk where my Sega Genesis and Nintendo 64 used to lay. I tried to look closer, then tripped on one of the crates under my bed, (Mental note: remember to fix those things) I fell face first into the hole and everything went black. The next thing i know I'm in the Canterlot Castle as a alicorn, I'm gonna have a problem.
Trust. Acceptance. Understanding. These are important qualities Pipsqueak will need when he's about to engage in coitus with a Pegasus who's eager to make him her mare.
Don't worry, she'll be gentle. Her best friend will make sure of that.
Characters are of Carousing Age, given this fic is Anthro.
Applejack finds herself in frou-frou outfits far too often for her liking. She blames Rarity for that. But a late-night encounter with Fancy Pants on the deck of an airship shows Applejack that, sometimes, it's not clothes that make the mare.