Image Uploader carpdime, October 30, 2014; 06:26 Tags abandoned abuse artist:carpdime author:captaind a_winter_tale burning chirping feral fire flames foal hug huggies impending_something mummah pain questionable rejection snow sorry_hoofsies Source www.fluffybooru.org/post/view/26964 Locked No Parent None Rating Unknown Comments October 30, 2014; 06:27 - Reply carpdime: Part three of CaptainD's story. See source for previous parts. October 30, 2014; 06:35 - Reply Anonymous1: Delicious! Great work! October 30, 2014; 06:38 - Reply creepo_the_clown: this getting good October 30, 2014; 06:38 - Reply Anonymous2: And then the entire herd caught fire. It would be ironical if the foal became the only survivor of the herd. Of course, it's likely to be horribly burnt, and without care from other fluffies, it will not going to live long after that. October 30, 2014; 06:42 - Reply Fluffocaust: Burn the herd, burn them all. October 30, 2014; 06:51 - Reply CaptainD: It's not over yet :) October 30, 2014; 06:56 - Reply Anonymous3: It's funny how quickly the bestest babbeh turned into a dummeh buwny babbeh for the mother. October 30, 2014; 07:05 - Reply DonaldFuck: BURN THE HERETIC BABBEH! October 30, 2014; 07:06 - Reply DonaldFuck: THE HOLY FIRE WILL PURGE! October 30, 2014; 07:09 - Reply reg: that one slow burning fire October 30, 2014; 07:43 - Reply Bacner: Well, only a fluffy can't realize how this story will go next. October 30, 2014; 08:53 - Reply Madmartigan: Disco Inferno October 30, 2014; 09:08 - Reply ThreeRoadsDiverged: @Anonymous: That's fluffy logic for you. Mummah hugs babbeh. Mummah gets hurties. Clearly babbeh gave mummah hurties. @Anonymous: @Fluffocaust: But it won't end at the herd. Once all fluffies are aflame, they'll look for whatever else they can find to give them huggies and make their owwies go away. Heaven help you if one wants you to be its new mummah or daddeh. Even the smallest and most innocent of embers can, if left unchecked, turn into an inferno. The flames cannot be reasoned with, and know not of mercy. Fear and panic only serve to hasten the blazing carnage. The burning hunger knows no bound. It always craves for more. There is no discrimination between burning young or old, weak or strong. Everyone can burn... October 30, 2014; 09:24 - Reply Anonymous4: This is great. Who needs a gun to kill fluffies? All you need is a cheap lighter. October 30, 2014; 09:32 - Reply ThreeRoadsDiverged: @Anonymous: I wouldn't recommend it. Too great a risk of collateral damage. As for guns, blunt force trauma is cheaper and more personal. October 30, 2014; 09:38 - Reply Anonymous5: @ThreeRoadsDiverged: I don't, a gun can still be useful. Pistol whip the shit out of them. Bayonet to the eye. Buttstock to the nose. October 30, 2014; 09:46 - Reply Storytime: I laughed aloud at that second image, something about the mummah ranting at her babbeh while on fire just tickles me. October 30, 2014; 10:16 - Reply Narys: Well done, with ALL the snow around you still managed to find the one spot without to toss him in. October 30, 2014; 11:03 - Reply Anonymous6: @Narys: Or did the snow melt because he was here? October 30, 2014; 11:08 - Reply Anonymous7: One day later local newspapers will talk about how fluffies caused a small sized fire to start in the middle of winter illustrating once again what kind of vermin fluffies are. October 30, 2014; 12:55 - Reply lord_thundershart: Say, with sll the methane these things wouldn't that pile of shit be extremely flam- *fwoosh* Never mind. October 30, 2014; 13:09 - Reply FloridaKiller: All of this must have happened with like, 20 seconds. Fluffy fluff burns kinda quick. October 30, 2014; 14:49 - Reply Anonymous8: NU WUV!!! October 30, 2014; 16:33 - Reply Simpfan: Dummeh mummah!! October 30, 2014; 16:36 - Reply Anonymous9: You think the snow would put out the flames. But seriously, is their fluff like straw for it to catch fire and burn like that? October 30, 2014; 17:04 - Reply cottony: There shall be a great bonfire tonight. And a lot of burning fluffies. Let's just hope the smell of burning flesh and fluff doesn't ruin it. October 30, 2014; 17:05 - Reply Anonymous10: the fire rises October 30, 2014; 17:06 - Reply Anonymous11: they are completely surrounded by snow, they would just have to roll around a bit October 30, 2014; 17:14 - Reply Anonymous12: @Anonymous: Have you forgotten we are talking about fluffies? Besides, even humans can lose logic and do stupid things when panicked. October 30, 2014; 17:32 - Reply Anonymous13: @Anonymous: Hairs burn quite well. October 30, 2014; 18:53 - Reply Thestrangeman: I really hope the babbeh survies and by the way could you make so the herd is living in a old abandoned munitions dump. October 30, 2014; 19:44 - Reply lickitysplit: What a terrible way to die. I approve. October 31, 2014; 05:21 - Reply Anonymous14: The fire/snow deal is nifty. The fluffies seem so close to putting the fire out, and yet they remain so infinitely far from it. November 12, 2014; 21:37 - Reply higuit: Your world and your family.... Will burn.. November 12, 2014; 21:37 - Reply higuit: Your world .... Will burn.. November 12, 2014; 21:38 - Reply taufan99: @higuit: Try more intimidating bro February 9, 2015; 17:35 - Reply Anonymous15: The herd will all die because of a fluffy will extinct the whole fluffy race August 12, 2016; 01:57 - Reply Anonymous16: Fluffy logic is so backwards. They believe that a simple act of phisical contact can solve even the most complex of ailments. And when said ailment is spread through naturall cause, (in this case the fire spread to the mother) it is believed to be an act of cold blooded aggression from the foal. And it is for this reason why i hate fluffys. August 12, 2016; 02:01 - Reply Anonymous17: And not to mention how mares discriminate thier own foals based on looks and even natural events, (like when the newborn makes "bad poopsies" simply because it doesn't know any better) they can lose all love of thier mother instantly. Thats horrible. August 12, 2016; 02:14 - Reply Anonymous18: @Anonymous: Not backwards, just more simple. We humans have similar acts, for instance putting pressure on a finger or toe that we smash into something.