I represent a small group of “fan fiction” enthusiasts who write in the “clopfic” subgenre of erotic literature set in the non-canonical literary universe of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Perhaps you are aware of us:

 
In a recent online brainstorming session, one author came up with the narrative device of a slowly sinking concrete ship of WW2 vintage. We agree with the literary and erotic possibilities of such a plot.
 
Alas, none of us have any experience with the physics of a concrete ship. Our fanfic is noted – above all – for its attention to detail and striving for scientific realism.
 
Our question, sir, is this: How would the addition of two ponies, with an average weight of 800lbs, engaged in enthusiastic coitus impact upon the stability of the vessel? Ideally, the plot narrative will involve the ponies racing to climax before the vessel sinks. But is this realistic? Or, is it the case that the stability of the vessels would be such that even the combined weight of some 1600lbs would make little difference.
 

Any light you can shed on this issue would be much appreciated and, we believe, a possibility to inform the wider fan community about the unique nature of these concrete crafts.

Yours,

Alvin A.

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2 responses

  1. Tyrone Slothrop

    Very nice. But have you considered adding some classic visual humour to this?

    March 26, 2012 at 5:40 pm

    • What!?

      Do you even CARE about realism and attention to detail in clopfic!?

      Jedi Master Roland was right; you don’t show any scholarly seriousness or scientific care.

      You’re one of those biblical scholar clopfickers who leave their bunsen burners burning when they go to the vending machine in the basement to get some skittles, or leave their MuteAIDS petrie dishes in the lunch fridge that almost got on my Chinese food from Thursday night.

      WHY DON’T YOU GO BACK TO YOUR FAT LESBIAN VOYGER “SHIPPER” FAN FIC IF YOU DON’T CARE ABOUT SCIENCE!!!

      See, now you’ve made me raise my voice…

      March 26, 2012 at 10:53 pm

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