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Another commission :D
suggestive149815 artist:cottoncloudy176 pinkie pie221450 earth pony272503 anthro272129 belly button82186 bikini19170 blushing206679 breasts291526 busty pinkie pie11283 chubby13622 clothes480907 comic112165 commission74407 female1414792 mud2626 plump7349 quicksand524 sinking388 solo1105237 swimsuit30027

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Magical Inkwell - Wrote MLP fanfiction consisting of at least around 1.5k words, and has a verified link to the platform of their choice

@Background Pony #5E0A  
I know what you’re trying to do but implying Rarity would be so careless is a bit out of character. Equestria has lots of things that don’t work the same way our worlds do. Why can’t people just leave it at that?
Background Pony #032D
@Background Pony #BA1D  
And yet, hollywood and tv style quicksand pits can be plausibly created by digging a large hole, then putting most of the dirt back in, then waiting a year or two for it to fill up with rainwater. Like a mining sample dig, or a radar-detected precise archeology excavation. Rarity had gem-detecting unicorn powers, would it fit for her to spend her time digging up ditches and pits and forgetting about them after they’re filled in?  
If you’re sinking, you’re going to react to that situation as that situation. You won’t know when or if you can reach the bottom of the quicksand before you run out of tallness. I’d like to see Pinks crawl out, but hey, not my work.
Background Pony #A963
Someone has watched too many Hollywood movies. Quicksand pits are very, very rarely deep enough to swallow a standing adult human. So uncommon, in fact, that the best advice for escaping quicksand is to wait until your feet touch the bottom and carefully wade out.