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These are my final words on the subject of Mary-Sues, so before you read this, please, please, read everything I’ve written that’s Mary-Sue related (everything in the artist's comments) because I don’t think reading this before reading everything else would make any sense.  That being said, for my final words, where do I begin?

The first guide I wrote, Things You Need to Know and What to do if You See Them, was a blatant argument towards the person that called my first fan fiction a Mary-Sue fic, published way back in 2005, but the guide was published in 2009.  Now, if any of you remember that fic, yes, that story was poorly developed, but the “critic” could have handled their part better by actually taking the time to tell me what the heck a “Mary-Sue” was instead of just saying “look it up.”  In the subject of Mary-Sues, looking it up, and taking the test, is useless.  Absolutely useless.  Everyone has a different opinion, and if there are two people who have the same opinion, the line is drawn at different lengths, and a resulting number on the famed Mary-Sue Litmus Test doesn’t tell me how to fix my story or what I should look out for.  It’s just a number on a scale, and, during the testing, it felt suffocating, like I wasn‘t allowed to have any remarkable traits in my characters.

Not to mention that I did try and defend my work and even said something along the lines of, “Well, other people write Mary-Sues successfully,” only to be smacked back down with the person saying that I wasn’t good enough to write with Mary-Sues (so Mary-Sues are a good thing?).  It seemed like no matter how many answers I tried to get out of the critics, and how much I wanted to continue my story, no one was going to let me without ranting about “another bad fic.”  In the end, I just wanted to be left alone and deleted the story, but every story I posted after that, I cringed when I received a review, especially if said review is more than a paragraph long.  Only recently have seeing that I’ve gotten a review excites me again.  It’s traumatic when people keep telling you to just dump the story that you worked so hard on, and, yes, I did work hard on that story.

I’ve read some people claim that Mary-Sues are characters whose creators just cobble together with random bits, but that’s not always true.  I worked hard on my characters and stories, and it was still flamed to hell.  That story was written when I was fifteen and just barely getting into writing stories.  At that time, I just focused on my spelling and grammar and thought that was good enough.  Creating characters, a role, choosing which point of view was hard for me; writing is a skill that takes practice!  It’s not as if you can just read ten or fifteen guides on how to develop a character and the plot in the story and suddenly become a master at it.  So that story, what I had, was hard work.  I laugh at that story now, but the reviews I had gotten still haunt me, and it still makes me angry.  And because I defended the story I worked so hard on, my username was on a “Wall of Shame” on someone’s profile page, and that story was copied and pasted with bolded commentaries in the story on Live Journal making fun of it even more—as if the reviews weren’t bad enough.  If I knew I could have reported it, I would have, but it’s too late now.

So, according to the Mary-Sue Killers:
  • Specifically for fan-fiction, watch out for any story with CanonxOC pairings, because, apparently, 99.9% of the time, the OC is female, and 99.9% of those female OCs are Mary-Sues.
  • Every story they deem as “Mary-Sue” should be flamed and insulted at all cost until it’s deleted, even at the cost of hurting the person’s feelings to the point of never writing again (because I had seriously thought about it for a long time).
  • If the person isn’t smart enough to “look it up” or “take the test,” they shouldn’t even be on writing sites.
  • Because they are the be-all end-all of whether a story is Mary-Sue or not, their stories are what should be strived for, even when they make separate accounts for “writing” and “flaming,” and won’t share their stories to provide examples of what sort of excellence should be strived for.  They claim that they don’t want their story revenge-flamed (if they didn’t want their stories flamed back, they shouldn’t have flamed in the first place).
  • If the author defends his or her story, they are automatically immature and should be flamed and humiliated without mercy.
  • If the author refuses to listen to us, they get their names on a wall.

I wasn’t lazy; I just hadn’t gathered enough experience.  How could I know everything at fifteen?  Just because a twelve year old managed to publish an epic novel, doesn’t mean I could have.  Everyone is different, and learn at different rates, so why should I be ashamed of my first story, or any of my stories for that matter?

Four years later, by writing my own Mary-Sue guides, I learned exponentially.  They say that you learn ninety percent of what you teach, and that seems to be true for me.  I got to finally rave and rant all I wanted, so I was relieving four years worth of pent up rebellion because I had essentially written “I don’t care what your terms are.  I made my own, explained them with all the details I could manage, and if you don’t agree, you can go to hell,” and I learned on my own what it means to develop characters, plots, writing styles, and a bunch of stuff I had no clue about before (because no one was telling me before without mentioning “Mary-Sue”).  The Mary-Sue: Who is She? guide was for me, so the next time that someone claimed that my character is a Mary-Sue, I can just direct the person to my research and say, “I do know what Mary-Sues are, and I do have my own original and in-depth opinion of them, and, damn it, I’m doing my best not to write Mary-Sues.  Wait until my story is finished before spouting out the red-alert because I may actually answer for all of the ‘abnormalities’ that happen within the story.”  And if there happens to be stuff that go unanswered, then this is the time that I can hear about it and edit my work.  

So, really, the guides were for me more than anything, but I am so happy to see that other people got a kick out of them as well, and to see people getting back into writing, and gaining courage to try something new or “taboo.”  I always encourage people to write their own guides if mine don’t fit your own opinions, but no one has really sent me a link to their own guides if I hadn’t found it already.  My opinion shouldn’t be the be-all end-all of Mary-Sueism, and even though I’ve been dubbed the Mary-Sue guru (thanks Rouge!), I’m no expert.  I just have a lot to say, and there’s a lot I disagree on when it comes to the typical interpretation of Mary-Sue.

Thank you all for letting me know that you’ve enjoyed what I’ve had to say, even if some of it was unconventional (who the heck actually encourages overpowered super characters?), but there’s still one thing I would like to say, and this is probably the weirdest thing, after five years of writing Mary-Sue guides, you would expect for me to tell you.

Do not believe in Mary-Sues.

Seriously.  There’s no such thing as Mary-Sues.  Everything I’ve written in the last five years was about lack of research, development, and skill.  That’s it.  The next time someone tells you that they think you’ve written a Mary-Sue, press them for more information.  Ask them not to use the term “Mary-Sue” so they can give you a more in-depth critique.  If they tell you to “look it up,” you can tell them that you have, and that it’s too broad of a term to use.  Otherwise, don’t pay them any mind.  If they can’t take the time to tell you what they think needs another look at, you shouldn’t be bothered to take them any more seriously than the other Mary-Sue haters that think they have an original opinion.

Honestly, I wish I hadn’t have had to write these guides.  Even though I met a lot of awesome people and got to read personal experiences from them, not to mention my guides being mentioned at Fanime every year (thanks OneAmahira), I truly wish my guides weren’t needed.  I wish Paula Smith never gave underdevelopment a name because now no one knows what she thought “Mary-Sues” were because they don’t search for her opinion on “great vs. bad” fan fiction stories, and now no one knows how to be specific enough to actually be helpful to the fellow writer.  I’ll say it again:

Do not believe in Mary-Sues.

It’s more drama than what it’s worth.

If you see this, I implore you not to use this term to critique a story ever again.  Please.  And if someone tells you that you have a “Mary-Sue” on your hands, it’s one hundred percent your choice of whether or not to follow whatever they say.  If you’ve read all of my guides, then you probably have an idea on what can be improved on, but it’s still your choice.  Many people may hate these so-called Mary-Sues, but you are allowed to write bad stories.  You’re allowed to keep the bad stories up.  You can edit your stories at any time you want, or even not at all.  Where on this site does it say that you’re not allowed to have “Mary-Sues” or bad stories?  Trust me, you won’t find it.  I’ve looked.

I would have been so much happier if I had never heard of Mary-Sues.  Yes, I probably wouldn’t have written my guides and probably not have done as much writing research, and my stories wouldn’t be as good, but I would have been enjoying my stories more if I didn’t have to keep looking over my shoulder.  I would also look forward to reviews instead of feeling dread in the back of my mind, even after five years of writing Mary-Sue guides.

Sucky stories are part of practicing and developing your skill.  It takes time.  There’s nothing to be ashamed of if your story isn’t great, or even good.  You tried, and that’s always worth some recognition because writing stories aren’t as easy for some people as others claim it to be.  Be proud of yourself today, and look forward to your future improvements.  

Does this mean that I won’t answer any of your Mary-Sue questions?  No, I’ll do my best to answer your questions, and I’ll also give you as much encouragement as I can muster, but in all honesty, the answer would more than likely be, “I can’t say for sure until the story is written and finished,” because that’s the only way anyone would know whether or not your story is fleshed out or not.  You can bounce ideas off of me—that’s different from telling you whether or not your story is developed enough—but I would like to never utter “Mary-Sue” again, if I can help it.

So, everyone, I don’t think I’ve asked you for anything, but help me spread the word.  Tell people that you don’t need to use the term “Mary-Sue” in a critique or a review.  End all abuse against writers because they wrote a “Mary-Sue.”  Calling their story a Mary-Sue and telling them to delete their story isn’t tough love, it’s just tearing down a person’s confidence in order for them to feel superior.  Treat it like the Review Initiative, except pledge that you won’t use the term “Mary-Sue” in whatever review you give, unless it’s to defend a writer’s work and to tell them not to pay attention to the label.  Help create a community that allows a person to be as creative as they endeavor to be, and learn how to improve at their own pace with the help of gentle nudges every once in a while.  What do you say?  Will you help me spread the word?
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If you’ve read online romance, then you have probably noticed a string of trends that may happen in them.  The writer thinks that it’s endearing, but it can come off as controlling, or even to borderline violent obsession.  This is a list of trends that tend to happen, and where the line is between being sweet, and being a stalker.  I’ll also just list some trends that I notice because it just plain bugs me in addition as to the reason why.  This list isn’t in any particular order.  Please keep in mind that this is solely my opinion and that I’m not an expert nor a psychologist.

1.  Watching their partner sleep.
If the person was invited over and slept in the same room, fine.  If it was after sex, fine.  If the person had a job of guarding their partner, fine.  Sneaking into the home, into the bedroom, to watch their partner sleep, not so fine unless it was a covert guard duty and the person whom he or she is trying to protect is stubborn to the point of stupidity.  Sneaking into the home, into the bedroom, to watch their partner sleep for weeks when there is no such danger?  Definitely not okay, and is creepy!  

2.  Following their partner.
Like the above: if permission is granted, fine.  If you are worried about your partner because there could be real danger with actual threats involved, fine.  If you do this everyday, it would probably annoy the partner, but it should be fine if there is a real threat involved.  If you follow the partner not only to protect him or her, but to get information about anything and everything about him or her, with or without an actual threat (other than you) that’s not endearing, that’s stalking and creepy!

3.  Telling their partner what to wear.
Despite this being a “female” trait, this applies to both genders.  The occasional help of nipping, tucking, and straightening out the partner’s clothes, especially for special events, is natural.  Some partners even go out of their way to digging out the other’s blackheads.  It’s called grooming.  Sometimes, they each create a full outfit for the other to wear, or they ask for a bit of input, if they trust in each other’s fashion sense.  Now telling the other what to wear and how to wear it every single day?  No.  I don’t care if Kim Kardashian allows her boo Kanye West to sex her up, and claims to love it, that is not a “healthy” relationship, and I am right on this.  Their marriage is a business deal, and the only reason they are staying together is because the longer they do, their nuptial deal will increase in value and they’ll both get more money.  The only reason a woman as beautiful as Kim Kardashian is happy to allow this narcissist maniac to dress her up every day is because money is involved—their marriage—and that’s probably the only part of the day he spends his attention on her that doesn’t involve sexual intercourse.  Please, do not confuse any of these things being possible, because the entire list is a possibility, with any one of them being healthy for a equal and mutually loving relationship.  

4.  “Shut up” kisses.
I saw someone complaining about this, and it made some sense, but I wouldn’t bar this completely in romance.  If he or she was crying their eyes out, and trying to talk (but may be incomprehensible), these kisses may actually be comforting.  Kissing would interrupt them, yes, but it may calm them down so they can breathe and start their story over.  It depends on the characters and what was being said before the kiss.  Would you really risk getting slapped if he or she was ranting at you and blaming you for something?

5.  First kisses.
Why do first kisses, especially from virgin lips, involve it turning into a Frenchy?  Just saying.  My first kiss, nor second, third, or any kisses after that involved tongue at all.  Every time my ex tried to kiss me, as soon as our lips touched, I jerked my head back.  Yes, I know I shouldn’t base everyone’s romantic antics on my own (or lack there of), but where’s the physical development?  Where’s the get comfortable stages?  More importantly, why, in some stories, would you have the first kiss lead immediately to sex?  Sure, there are one-night-stands, but both partners know they probably won’t see each other again, so they can pretty much go for it with whatever little embarrassing flop be covered with a fake name and possible blurry face (if alcohol is involved).  Now if neither partner’s lips are virgin, OK, the new couple could get into a French mode, it depends on their personality, but whatever.  My only real complaint is the whole first kiss going immediately into sex.  Otherwise, it all depends on the characters.

6.  First time having sex.
Not every female virgin’s first time will be painful, or even have blood.  It could depend on the shape the hymen’s in, especially if it covers a great deal of the opening, but if that’s not the case there’s hardly any reason for losing your virginity to be painful.  If your partner knows what they’re doing, it shouldn’t be painful.  Aside from the hymen issue, another reason for losing virginity being painful is because the muscles in the vagina are too tight and lack of lubrication.  This is why foreplay can be important, to get the female juices gathering and to have her relax, but the guy lubricating his utility could make it all even smoother and a lot less painful.  A half hour of kissing, hugging, and body worshipping would do wonders in getting her to relax those vaginal muscles.  

Unlike vaginal intercourse, anal intercourse is a much more different sort of experience, for both men and women.  First thing first, if they don’t want anything to do with anal intercourse, they shouldn’t have to do it.  Not every gay guy will engage in penetrative sex, and anal sex isn‘t “the only option” for homosexual males.    Also, not everyone who have engaged in anal sex will enjoy it, it’s not an automatic tunnel of pleasure.  Unlike vaginal intercourse, it will most likely take more time for someone to get used to anal stimulation, so penetration on the first night of planned anal sex can be a no-go.  It may take days of practice for the receiver to get comfortable enough.  (And, no, women who refuse to engage in anal intercourse is not homophobic.  There are plenty of reasons for all genders of any sexuality to deny anal stimulation of any kind.)

In either case, vaginal or anal, there should be no quick thrust as an attempt to lessen the pain or to get the pain over with, like ripping off a band-aid.  It could especially be dangerous if this is done for anal intercourse.  Sex should be comfortable for the giving and receiving end.  There doesn’t have to be pain for either person (although if the hymen covers the opening, there‘s really not much you can do about preventing the pain).

While I say this, losing one’s virginity, anally and vaginally, would most probably be painful if the giver is inexperienced either in intercourse in general, or when performing intercourse with virgins.  Still, please research intercourse of all kinds and the risks they all have.  Search for first-hand-experience articles, and articles written by medical doctors.

7.  No warm-up.
This is more of a complaint similar to first kisses.  I just don’t like relationships that seem to go too fast.  It seems in my generation, there is no dating stage; it’s hey, we like each other so we’re automatically girl/boyfriends, therefore we have to kiss or have sex in order to “finalize” our relationship.  Switching the dating and official couple status part, fine.  Having to kiss him or her to “finalize” the relationship, however?  No.  You do not have to physically prove yourselves if one of you is uncomfortable.  See, this is why you need to date and hang out and then learn how to be comfortable with each other.  That’s what dating is for, and that’s why it’s probably preferable to date before declaring your status of whether or not you’re a couple.  It’s like kissing, hugging, and sex replaced the dating entirely, as if physical intimacy can replace character development entirely.

8.  Vandalizing, stealing, or destroying items that belong to their partner.
Unless the universe is one that contains magic, and said item is cursed that needed to be destroyed, no.  This would not be romantic or okay in the least no matter what.  Actually, this would be in just about any universe if the character is highly superstitious or believes in curses.

9.  Multiple phone-calls, texts, e-mails or any form of communication that isn‘t face-to-face.
I get it, if you  get worried, you would of course give your loved one a call.  If they don’t answer right away, or get their voicemail, you would probably call again.  You would probably keep calling their phone if a hurricane swept by in their area.  That’s all fine.  What’s not fine is calling hundreds of times when there is no such danger, clogging their phones and emails.  It’s also creepy if he or she answered your calls and you hung up, and called them again only to keep hanging up.  

10.  Giving expensive gifts to their partner.
As strange as this sounds, please consider this a warning sign!  If you’ve been dating for a while (it most likely depends on the characters) and it’s a special occasion, gifts in the hundred dollar range or over would be acceptable.  I know it feels good to be spoiled with lavish gifts, but if you receive expensive gifts like a smart-phone, tickets to a trip to a tropical paradise, a car, jewelry, high tech appliances, a piece of property, just about anything and it hasn’t been half a year yet, you should think about raising some red flags.  Some people think that they can buy love, or blind you with shiny things so you don’t see that they are hiding things.  If you accept the gifts, they might even use it against you, as if you owe them something in return.

11.  Looking through their mail, email, social media sites, private journals, phone, and anything else that’s personal.
Even married, or civilly united, each partner is entitled to keep private matters to themselves.  (Will I ever tell my future partner that I write fan fiction?  Probably not.)  That being the case, there may be occasions where one will ask to see something that is considered a private area, even online.  One may hear someone talk about a photo you posted, and may ask to see the picture just for curiosity’s sake.  In other words, one may only see private things with the other’s permission, and even then if you persistently keep doing it, it will seem more like they are monitoring their partner rather than just sharing the space.  It’s an even bigger no-no if you go through it without their permission.  It’s a betrayal of personal trust.

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Hi! I'm HatedLove6, obviously. For now, I'm just creating my profile to store favorites, but I'll eventually put up some art. It's usually just pencil and colored pencil work, but recently, some of my favorite colors to use are nubs so I'll probably be using Gimp 2.6 for most of the coloring and stuff. Hope you like them if and when I post something up here. Let's see, other than that I like to write, but I'm a bit sketchy on using this site for that.

Current Residence: California, USA
Favourite genre of music: Rock, alternative rock. I'll listen to almost anything though.
Favourite photographer: Jane Vargas, takes pictures of Bay animals.
Favourite style of art: Anything as long as I like it, but I'm not too keen on abstract.
MP3 player of choice: My iPod
Favourite cartoon character: I'm assuming that anime works too, so Umeda Hokuto from Hana-Kimi or Ginko from Mushi-shi.
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In one day, my new motto went down the drain, and I'll only follow it if I'm really, really desperate.  That motto being: If you can walk to the city you are going to before your bus even arrives at the stop, walk.

Pretty great, right?  I save money on bus fare and it's exercise.  Green and eco friendly all around.

There's one bus that only comes around every hour, and I had just missed it.  I figure that if I can walk up to a distance anyway, I may as well just walk home.  Due to an incident last time with the bus, I figure that it'll all be good.  What happened last time, you may be wondering?

Basically, I sat at a bus stop for two hours with no sign of life, then I walk for a half hour and wait for the bus at a familiar stop for about ten more minutes (keep in mind that I hadn't seen any buses all throughout the walk) with no bus still.  I call my mom for a ride, she tells me to go to a corner of intersecting roads, I walk and while I'm talking on the phone, the bus comes and I have no hope of catching it from the corner I stood.  I stamp my feet and cursed, and I waited for my mom.  On the way home, I see the super easy to remember route and say "God damn it, I could have just walked the rest of the way home."

So ever since then, I've been wanting to at least try to walk all the way home from that point once. 

Back to the present, I had just missed the bus home, so I decided to walk home and see if I make it there before the bus does because this particular bus likes winding through the college and loves to circle around every block.  Also keep in mind that while I'm not overweight in the slightest, I hardly exercise, so I'm not fit either.  That means that it was still a hard walk for a non-athletic person not used to using these particular leg muscles.

I walked 5.1 miles in one hour and forty-one minutes.  Then, when I got home, I realized that me and my little brother were locked out of the house because he didn't carry a key, and I lost mine a long time ago.  My other brother was at his job, and mom was about a hundred miles away on her way home from a convention.  All of the windows are locked, and I can't seem to pop them out.  The only other accessible window was the upstairs bathroom window that is impossible to lock.  I climb up the pipes on the side of the house, open the window and realize that the window is too small, even for me, a rather not-tall person, to get in. 

Climbing down was harder than climbing up.  Me and my brother waited on his dad to pick us up.  He took us to his place, had dinner there, and waited until Mom came back.

And, by the way, I would have gotten home a half hour sooner, and a lot less sore if I had just taken the bus.  I probably also would have made it home in time to catch my brother before he locked all of the doors.

After a long soak in the tub, I can already feel the soreness.  It's going to be a b**** tomorrow.  I just know it.  And I have to do more walking tomorrow!

Even so, if I had a bike, I don't think it would have been that bad of a journey, but as for walking . . . until, or unless, I get used to it, no.  Not five miles.  Never five miles again.

I remember jogging for the single mile for high school, and yes, while it's a bit of a distance, I never really realized how long a mile really is until it's laid out in a line instead of a circle track.  Five miles was daunting.

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AnAspieInPoland Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
anaspieinpoland.deviantart.com… What would You say, based on that?
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
It seems fine with me.  If you can make sense of real world vs Winx Club realm and different dimensions, or whatever, then it should be fine plot-wise.  It's not something I would enjoy reading, personally, but I don't see anything "wrong."
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AnAspieInPoland Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Good to hear that.
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icysquirrel Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014   General Artist
happy birthday hated!  
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you icy!
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B3GIN Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Hobbyist
OH MY GOSH I HOPE I HAVEN'T MISSED IT FOR YOUR TIMEZONE YET, BUT HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! Your works are always fantastic, and I feel so horrible for not having the time to look through more of them. You are such an awesome deviant! I need to get my inbox messages taken care of so I can watch your stuff more closely and respond to the conversations we've got going.

I HOPE YOU ARE HAVING A WONDERFUL DAY!!! 

AGAIN, HAPPY BIRTHDAYYYYYY!!!!

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Don't worry, you actually posted this a day early, and THANK YOU SO MUCH!  I understand that people are busy, but thank you for taking the time out of your day to wish me a happy birthday.  :D
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B3GIN Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Hobbyist
Oh! Really? :'D Ahaha oops. Sorry about that. It was about 4 am where I live, so my brain was a little mushy. 
Either way, I hope you had a good birthday (y'know, now that I've got the right day aha). 
And you are so very welcome. :hug: I sincerely hope you had a good day today/yesterday depending on when you read this comment. 
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Or at least it said 1 day ago, but something's been weird. It must have been because I moved out of state and out of the time-zone.  I moved from California to Missouri, where are you from?

My birthday was fine.  I just took mythology notes all day, and am going to be doing that today too.

If it makes it any easier for next year, my b-day is August 3, lol.
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Thanks for the :+fav: :happybounce:
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome.  Your horse poster is a wonderful reference if I ever decide to write about equestrians.  The only complaint I have is that the different sections kind of meld together with other sections, so it's hard to tell what horse you're trying to describe as such.  It's mostly the bottom rows of horses, like the champagne, dilutions, and such.
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Chrysalislover Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013
Thanks for the fave :D
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome. I'm a total supporter of OCxCanon pairings, it's practically the only kind of fan fiction I write, so I'm always glad to meet another understanding person.
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Chrysalislover Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013
Awesome :D
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Ashpyr Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday~
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you very much!  :love:
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Ashpyr Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome~
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KarateCat211 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
What of mine has been stolen?
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KarateCat211 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I saw some when I searched Jafar, and in a few other places on that site.
(Sorry, I'm not entirely coherent right now. Sleep deprivation. ^^; )
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Onix-ceptable Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Happy birthday!:cake:
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you very much!  :heart:
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Onix-ceptable Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Student Digital Artist
You're welcome! :D
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TheLupinearRider Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey there ^^ I was wondering if you wanted to be a part of this
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You don’t have to but I would be honoured if you joined this. As I said though it is up to you
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HatedLove6 Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
No thank you, but thank you for the consideration. :)
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