Another ending for Selfish choices 8! < There are some foals still available
You got everything you wanted: a house, food and even a friend. Then how it would be possible for you to be even sad ? a commission by @Stwumpo can answer you that:
Some foals available
Consider grabbing one for an ending of yours :V
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Also, a big comic is almost here
poor little guys.
Axle breaks are common occurence I am assuming? and then they need to drag themselves to the pit lane because cant replace that just anywhere
God, this is delicious. I need to see a full fucking comic of this.
Someone get on it!
Bahahahaha they’re both so fucking sad yessss
lmao should start pointing out what a good fluffy racecar has been with how he knows to never make bad poopies and give him treats as a reward so he’s even heavier
Nah he’s forcing his friend to struggle for him everyday
what a bad fluffy he is >:(
Those gains, tho. Every day is weggie day for Nascar!
A fluffy sadder than Racecar? Wow, that’s a feat!
His main purpose is providing Racecar with a new way to get even sadder
giving fluffies herculean tasks and then punishing them for failing to complete them is always so great
Good thing the owner keeps the food and water all the way across the room from the litter box. Don’t wanna smell poopies while eating.
No see they eat from different bowls. Each bowl is next to the OTHER fluffy’s litterbox. So they maximize walking but ALSO have to smell shit while they eat. In fact, the best opportunity to minimize work involves purposely eating WHILE the other fluffy shits.
This owner is the most complex human character in the fluffy world.
Is Nascar at least happy with loved when not carrying Racecar around? Lol
Yeah but it’s inherently tainted by the unequal power dynamic between him and Racecar, so he’s never able to really enjoy it.
even when he legitm tries to make him happy, in a certain way it ends up making him more miserable I’d say Kek
Darrell: I’m confused. Is this a happy ending or a sad ending?
Jack: It’s an ending. That’s enough.