I did mostway promise a Wiki article about the Witchy story's celebration and some other Filly celebrations, but I managed to spend my energy on completing the key assignments to a months-in-the-making Cyrillic keyboard layout (I've been using Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator to make a combined layout for Russian, Ukrainian, Kildin Sami and Aleut Cyrillic, all onto one Norwegian QWERTY keyboard). In the afternoon, I forgot that I hadn't taken my morning medication, so my brain got as sloppy as a bowl of overnight rice porridge (First 20 minutes ago did I take it).
>I do not mean to upset, but I smiled here: the phrase have no real meaning in Italian, sound as: "Not when the buyers learns of it". :D Italian is a insane language. :P
Pretty much every language is insane when attempted to be written by people who doesn't know much about it. :) I was attempting for a sentence meaning "Secret magic? Not when the shoppers learn about it.", although the much longer intended meaning would be "Secret magic? Not when the Filly toy buyers know about the secret."
I once attempted to write a German sentence in a Fillychanthread reply to Four Leaves, without even the aid of Google Translate. The sentence turned out to be total nonsense, with only one word having any understandability (Kunst-Student, meaning "art student").
>For Secret family, Abra and Cadabra summon them in what seems the night of Halloween (the end of fall and start of Winter) in the 13th hour, as a surprise of the new year, and then introduce them to other fillies.
Uh... didn't the beginning of the Witchy Story say it was the end of summer and near the start of fall? If the story is right on this, then I don't think Halloween is a good option. Although there's practically no Earth celebrations of any sort in, say, late August.
>And yes, I haven't read the English version, but in the Italian they wrote "join their hands", not hooves. :D
I once made that mistake in a fanfiction, with the line "The other fillies raised their hands" when being asked to look through a library. It took six months before anyone noticed it.