>>22259959 >It's a normal day browsing /mlp/ >Then, suddenly, you come across this thread. >At first, it seemed like a joke. >But more and more people replied. >Wondering what the rope means. >There were shitposts, arguements, and even scientific theories as to what the rope means >Then, it happened. >The containment was broken. People had posted it all across the internet. >North america, as a whole, wondered what the rope could mean >At first, everything was fine, and it was seen as an internet fad, much like the dress Damn that motherfucking dress >But soon it became apparent that it was more than a fad. >Something within us all drove us to find an explanation to the rope. >It was on the news, on the radio >Songs were published about the rope. >People turned to the authorities, the governments, the UN. >But no one could find an answer. >The governments of the world met to discuss how to contain this. >But why? Why contain it? >Let it spill out into the streets, into the churches, into the schools. >Let the questions pile up on the sides of the roads. >In the end, they'd beg us for an answer. >So the governments did nothing, no one was supplied with an answer. >Then, something unexpected happened. >People grew desperate for something, anything to answer the question >There was mass looting, riots, hysteria. >The superpowers organized into 2 different sides based off of 2 different answers. >The nukes were launched, the wars were fought. >And in the end, there was almost nothing left. >What remained of humanity formed into different factions, and fought in the ruins of the once great cities. >We burned each others crops, poisoned each others water. >The wars raged for years without end. >And humanity fought until it's last dying breath... >And that breath was:
Stop being such fucking casuals and write smut about this already
>In the end, the ties that bound humanity >together came apart. >The coalitions formed to uphold the interests of >their members fought until the bitter end, until >the last bullet was spent, the last blood spilt. >In the end, it was all for nothing. >The secret of the rope had not been uncovered, >It's heritage, meaning and purpose an enigma >to the people of the world. >There were hundreds, maybe thousands of >people left, spread out across the planet. >They seperated into groups, tribes if you will, >warring on each other for resources and the >the likes, mostly porn. >It was then, that a young child was born unto >this world. His father, a warlord, leader of his >tribe, taught the young boy in the ways of the >warrior, lest he be caught in the heat of battle, >tacticool with not enough dakka. >Under the rule of his father, the tribe was all >but merciless to the surrounding factions, >brutal to their soldiers, men, women and >children. When the surrounding tribes >banded together into an alliance and attacked >his clan, the end seemed nigh. >The boy, now almost an adult, decided to >leave behind his father and the clan to save >himself from sharing the eventual fate of the >clan. He set out with nothing more than his >trust battle fedora, a gallon of mountain dew, >and a backpack of doritos. >It was during his travels, away from the >everlasting war, that the boy learned of the >myth of 'the rope'. Intrigued, he decided to try >and find the source of these stories. >It took him many years, during which he made, >and lost countless friends and enemies, until, >in a place called Equestria, Africa, he found >the temple of the rope. It was a strange >structure, made almost entirely out of hemp. >Inside, he found an elderly man that called >himself 'Jaiden Lenoch'. He told him of the >history of the rope, and how nobody >understood its true purpose in this world.
>>22261654 >Intrigued, the man asked Jaiden to make him >understand, to make him see. >Many days passed, but enlightenment did not >come to the man, the rope was still a mistery. >At the end of his rope, completely out of ideas, >the man wandered the lands, exchanging >any knowledge of the rope and its >machinations. Many years later, near the end >of his natural born life, the man had a daring >idea. He called forth for all the people of the >earth, to unite under one banner, to freely >share their knowledge, not only that of the rope >but also general information, interests and >such. The people were skeptical at first, but >eventually, a new nation was born, uniting >the remnants of humanity once more. >The world flourished, and the man, on his >deathbed, finally understood it all, the meaning >of the rope, its purpose, its will. >Excited, so close to finding the holy grail, >the people flocked to him, to hear his words >of wisdom. When asked: "Old man, can you >tell us what the rope means? what it wants?", >he answered. >"I'm a frayed knot.", and died.
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