A Fishy Story
[At Floaty Spin?s house....]
"So Floaty, since you heard my story, can you tell me yours? It can?t be as scary as mine," asked Pop Drops.
"It?s definitely not scary at all. It began when I was little. I loved fish. We had like 10 of them around the house and I got to feed them. Of course, we needed lots of fish food to keep them fed so we bought them by the box and stored them in the closet. One day, I had a dream that I was a fish. I swam all around the oceans, rivers, you name it. When I woke up, I enjoyed that dream so much that I asked my parents if there was a way I could become a fish. They said no but did note that there was a way to bring a bit of that feeling to me. Since my parents knew a pony that could help, they took me to see my grandparents, whom were both unicorns. They didn?t have an exact spell for this so they created one using their old vacant fish tank and a bucket of water. The whole thing took twenty minutes to complete and I wasn?t sure at first whether I liked it. It felt strange. I was also fat now. Over time I grew to enjoy the fat as it literally made waves and I was able to actually use the water physically," explained Floaty Spin.
"Wow, that?s way better than my story," remarked Pop Drops.
"Yeah, I never thought it?d actually work until it did. I didn?t eat for a while after that because I always felt full. I had to go outside and get the water level down so I could eat but then I got used to it so it wasn?t necessary anymore," added Floaty Spin.
"I?d say you got more beautiful because of it," stated Pop Drops.
"Thanks, Pop. I love moving in slow motion you know. Makes all my fat jiggle more, or at least seem to," replied Floaty Spin.
"Wonder what you?d actually have been like as a fish," pondered Pop Drops.
"I don?t think it?d have been as fun as this. Granted, I do have moments where I truly feel like a fish like if my water count gets low but ironically I can?t go in water because of this," answered Floaty Spin.
"Why not?" asked Pop Drops.
"The spell my grandparents used was never to be mixed with water because it would cause more water to enter my body, putting my life at risk," explained Floaty Spin.
"So maybe it?s not quite as glamorous as first thought?" suggested Pop Drops.
"Well it?s not so bad. I don?t need to go into the water anyway since I?m partially made from water," replied Floaty Spin.
"Good point. It does sound kinda silly," giggled Pop Drops.
"Besides, I just have to drink water to refill," added Floaty Spin.
"How do you eat?" asked Pop Drops.
"Like any other pony. I just have water mixed in with my body," said Floaty Spin.
"Does it mean you wouldn?t go outside if it were really hot out?" asked Pop Drops.
"Pretty much. I couldn?t survive that way for long," nodded Floaty Spin.
"Yes, our daughter is fragile but unique. It was my idea to get her to her grandparents to turn her into what she is now," stated Mr. Aqua.
"Floaty could tell you the names of all the fish we had in the house and what kind each fish was," added Mrs. Aqua.
"I can?t anymore though," protested Floaty Spin.
"Can I feel your watery fat?" asked Pop Drops.
"Sure," replied Floaty Spin before Pop Drops feels it.
"It?s not wet at all. It?s like I?m feeling glass," reacted Pop Drops.
"That?s because the water part is actually mixed into my skin," explained Floaty Spin.
"So that?s why you can touch things like paper and not ruin them," concluded Pop Drops.
"Yep and that?s part of that magic spell," nodded Floaty Spin.
"Must be nice having your body glisten in the sunlight and make waves," figured Pop Drops.
"Oh it is but being your friend is nicer," assured Floaty Spin.
"You mean that?" asked Pop Drops.
"I do," stated Floaty Spin before she and Pop Drops hug.