You can go to Equestria but you will never sleep again.
Describe what would happen.
Die from sleep deprivation while watching Twilicorn going mad because of it's inability to cure me.
Spend as time as possible with my waifu then fall over and die from pure exhaustion after a few days of no sleep. What else am I supposed to do?
>her final moments with you are spent patiently rocking back and forth with you in her embrace, humming a lullaby as you finally drift into your first and final slumber in Equestria
A-anon I didn't asked for these feels.
They all think you're some form of dragon. A dragon that spends all it's time making lewd statements and masturbating to fillies in the bushes outside of school. Spike has a crisis, afraid that he'll grow up to be just like you.
it would be more painful if you're lying in bed with your waifu cuddling up against you, watching her rest peacefully, her warmth feeling comfortable against your chest, and all you can do is to let her hold on to you, not being able to enjoy the simple slumber with her
Without sleep, you will die within 6 months or so. You'll be crazier than a shithouse rat long before that, though, with hallucinations, failing eyesight, and dimentia setting in after a week or two.
This makes me ponder...
If you guys could choose how you die, and your waifu was there with you, how would you die?
Without any introduction. Just walk up behind her on the street, shout your last words at her and blow your brains out.
Thank you, anon, when I finally kill myself, this is exactly how I'm going to do it, and in my note I'm going to credit you as the source of my last words.
>Become plagued by elaborate hallucinations that inevitably lead to me confessing that I had killed someone to get to Equestria.
And that someone was
This is an important question. Would we die from not sleeping? Would we ever still feel the need to sleep?
Not needing to sleep would probably be great if you wanted to get close to Luna.
One last sunset. Watching the remaining sunlight illuminate her gorgeous eyes. Aching at every tear they shed, but also elating at every memory they conjured up.
My last few moments would be a silent symphony of sentiment. And only fate would tell when I'd succumb to its fatal lull.
So basically senior high school/freshman college 2.0? Okay.
This damn thread. I'm tired now. I'mma go to bed, cling to my body pillow and weep while imagining >>25376560. Thanks a lot, anons, pissing on my good mood like that.
O Sleep, death's half-brother, into thine arms I yield my weary soul.
Guys, you'd begin to experience vivid hallucinations within the first few days of sleeplessness, followed by death 1 to 2 weeks later, you wouldn't have time to get close enough to purplesmart for this to happen, much less be sane enough or have the cognitive energy to interact with her normally during half of that time.
I stayed awake for 70 hours before. As far as I could tell I wasn't really mentally impaired. My balance had gone to shit but that was about it.
Of course, it's always possible that I was so out of it that I didn't realize how badly off I was, but I think I could have easily stayed awake for another 2 or 3 days if I hadn't been worried about a heart attack.
First few days generally implies sometime during the first week. Different people can tolerate different levels of exhaustion, and will have different reactions. Obviously this is a difficult study to conduct due to ethical considerations, so there isn't much research.