Wednesday, August 15, 2012

The Missing Sixth Spice Girl

Hello All...

For those of you who have actually checked back here occasionally, thank you.  (And for those of you who are only seeing this because you still have me in your feed, thank you for not deleting me... or forgetting to delete me at any rate.)  I've been very, very bad on the blogginess and haven't updated in something like a year or more.  Very, very many things have happened that have required my attention elsewhere.

But I'm still here, jacked in to the interwebs and I do have plans for several new blogs in the future.  I think I may have some extra time on my hands for a bit so hopefully I can get back to MSPaint and storytelling relatively soon.

My main reason for coming out of my blog free solitude is because I made some very important connections recently.  This isn't going to be like my regular blogs as I have not illustrated any of these... And I do NOT own any of these images.  No copyright infringement is intended.  I am merely using the images contained for an educational comparison.



That's right.  My Little Ponies IS the Spice Girls... Animated... as ponies.  Sort of.

You get it, right?  Right guys?

"Ahah!" say you naysayers out there.  "My Little Ponies: Friendship Is Magic" can't POSSIBLY be The Spice Girls.  There is simply no Twilight Sparkle 'Spice' equivalent and, as we all know, Twilight Sparkle is the glue that holds it all together!"

Well friends...  It is at this point I would like to announce something I have known deep within my heart since I was a young, barely pubescent middle school girl singing 'Wannabe' in my friend Emily's basement...


There.  I said it.  I *should* have been the glue that held the Spice Girls together.  Had my young 10 year old self been asked there would have been no "differences," no need for solo careers and we would have been considered pop star CLASSICS for all eternity.

I do actually have proof of this... for the record.


I am the missing Twilight Sparkle Spice.  I hope each and every one of you is aware that I am risking serious paparazzi exposure and a drastic change to my way of life by exposing myself as the missing glue that would have held the Spice Girls together.

So, Spice Girls, should you ever want to do a reunion tour with the added punch of your long lost missing member, please contact my agent.  I am willing to sacrifice the comfort of anonymity and step into the international spotlight for the good of 90's Modern British Girly Pop should you be interested.

Yours Truly,
Zooxie Spice