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No Ordinary Man - Jason Moss - Tumbling Down


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Pinkie Pie finds herself adjusting to a new, hostile world, with a new hostile friend. Can they make it through this new misadventure together, or is it the universe that needs to watch out for them?

Lyrics removed in compliance with rules. Original version here. The crescent moon hung like a wounded animal in the dark. Dim stars dotted the heavens, stars mostly smothered by black clouds that blotted the sky. Beneath lay a dark forest, a twisting mass of large, imposing trees with branches that snaked out in all directions.

Below them was an unforgiving landscape of large rocks that jutted out like daggers from the ground, and moss covered remains of long dead trees being slowly consumed by the forest itself.

The warped branches of these trees jutted up from the ground like twisted, broken limbs desperately trying to reach out of the ground towards the forest canopy. Why the hay am I even wearing Never Say Never (Melendapella) - Lisette Melendez - Never Say Never As if on cue, a heel broke and Pinkie went tumbling to the ground, banging No Ordinary Man - Jason Moss - Tumbling Down body on all manner of sharp rocks and painful looking branches that stabbed and cut her flesh until a large, shattered tree stump stopped her, Its remains shooting up into the sky like a collection of swords and spears.

Pinkie rubbed her sore, bruised, and cut body. Her vision blurred as something warm and viscous started to flow into her eyes. Pinkie wiped at her face and examined her hand closely. Her now red hand shone sickly in the dingy moonlight. Pinkie heard the sound of a chainsaw revving and looked Vynálezy - Petra Janů - Jedeme Dál as the color drained from her face.

The hockey-masked killer was quickly approaching, the forest seemingly giving way to him as he charged, as if his malevolent presence even frightened the very woodland that had brought Pinkie to her knees. Pinkie struggled to rip free as the remorseless thorn bush held fast, cutting dozens of tiny lacerations into her thigh. Why am I even dressed like this?! Was it my goal to get hit on by as many creepy guys as possible tonight?! She looked up to see the killer mere feet away from her, chainsaw held high above his head, glinting sharply in the moonlight.

Pinkie sat up in the bed. Pinkie raised a hand to stop the swinging pendulum of pain manifest in lamp form, her pink pajamas soaked through, and her breathing labored as she took stock of her surroundings. She was in the bedroom she shared with Dan in their apartment. Tiny beams of streetlight shone through the window blinds, covering her and the bed in tiny lines made of electric light.

She swallowed, feeling very much alone and terrified of the sudden vast emptiness that seemed to consume the tiny apartment. Dan reached up to pat his taller roommate on the head. Pinkie excitedly opened the door to the apartment and shut it behind her, pink crowbar in hand, her pink bag slung diagonally across a shoulder, a black satchel slung diagonally across the other. A brown strap also crossed her chest parallel to the black strap, and the butt of a wood grain rifle protruded up over a shoulder.

She giddily put her foot on the rail to the second story walkway and No Ordinary Man - Jason Moss - Tumbling Down over. Dan had already positioned the car. Pinkie managed to awkwardly pull her weight onto the walkway railing and fell forward, spreading out her arms and legs as she impacted the roof of the red hatchback below.

Dan glanced up at the roof of his car Ancient World - Nat Birchall - Sacred Dimension the sound of someone flinging themselves onto it.

Dan gave her a giant grin and wagged his finger back and forth. Pinkie thought for a second and looked down. Dan clicked a stopwatch, then produced a sheet of paper on a clipboard marking a number of places with a pen.

This is a personal best for you. She closed her eyes, leaned back into her seat, and quietly began to hum the Laughter Song to herself.

Dan started the car, and pushed a tape into the tape player embedded in the dash. Soon the sound Happy Song (Remix) - Various - Dolce Vita Vol. 2 a rhythm bass and electric piano filled the car.

Mumbles, and the pancake thrower the two had constructed sometime prior. Did you want to talk about it? The red hatchback drove off into the streetlight lit street, carrying an oddly content misanthrope, a pink pony turned human who felt her fears melt away, a cat who understood English, and enough weapons and gear to survive a chemically created zombie hoard.

A purple beam shot out from her horn and stopped in a spiral of purple light a few yards in front of her; eventually it faded revealing a large plate sized window. The room darkened as the dim light from the portal became the only light in the room. Twilight shushed the baby dragon. Suddenly, the room was filled with red light from behind Spike and Twilight. A red bolt shot out of the darkness of the room, shot through the portal, intercepting a blue blast that was headed straight for Pinkie.

The combined red and blue bolt hit Pinkie, and she was gone. A small feeling of disorder and chaos entered through her horn, and traveled down like a tremor. Brilliant end to part 4. Honestly, it was too perfect to pass up when you mentioned it. Given that Blood Capsules - The Mountain Goats - Blood Capsules / Dub Capsules (File) fits Dan to a T and that there's an actual portal in this chapter.

So I'd probably still be more likely to post a link on the Gdoc then here. The lyrics definitely enhanced the story, and I had my suspicions Discord was the cause ever since the money and password things happened. I figured it'd be obvious to Pinkie too.

Its remains shooting up into the sky like a collection of swords and spears. The hockey masked killer was quickly approaching. The forest seemingly giving way to him as he charged. Pinkie raised a hand to stop the swinging pendulum of pain manifest in lamp No Ordinary Man - Jason Moss - Tumbling Down.

Her pink pajamas soaked through. Her breathing labored as she took stock of her surroundings. That makes it sound like he crashed it into a lamppost. A purple beam shot out from her horn and stopped in a spiral of purple light a few yards in front of her, eventually it faded revealing a large plate sized window. Got these! Thank you! Personally, I'm a Grammar theorist Echo (Pakt Idiotism Remix) - Project Swirl - Carnival Live, but, ya know; preferances.

My name is Overused Joke! This story is good and all, but you're forgetting something that happens to women only Opens and closes your mouth repeatedly : Puts a sprinkled donut in your mouth.

When life gives you lemon juice, fill your water soaker and squirt the noisy young shits in the eyes next door. Maybe then they'll shut the hell up while on school holidays. Page generated in 0. Support us Patreon Chat! Discord Follow us Twitter. Story Lists What's Hot? You Come On (Omoh Remix) - Aloha Orchestra - Come On to have javascript disabled, or your browser is failing to execute it properly.

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  8. Tumbling Down is the first effort by Jason Moss, back in (/98) combing his influence in rock, country & folk. Mostly live, and not many bells and whistles, it was just a glimpse of things to come. Contact Jason @ [email protected] Review "Moss has a modern approch to /5(5).
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