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A pony that lives in ponyville,she lives on an apple farm with Granny Applesmith; Applebloom; and Big Macintosh. She is the element of honesty, She has 5 friends, Twilight Sparkle (element of Magic) Rarity (element of generosity) Fluttershy (element of kindness) Rainbow dash (element of loyalty) and Pinkie pie (element of laughter). And She is the best Pony of the Mane 6. Hello and Goodnight Pony Thread.
by Carlswagsly January 01, 2012
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A silly pony.
Who's a silly pony?

You is, Applejack.
by Apony November 11, 2011
1. Very tasty cereal that tastes kind of like apples.

2. A drink that consists of Jack Daniel's and apple juice
1. I had Apple Jacks for breakfast.

2. I went to the bar for an Apple Jacks
by wcgold December 26, 2004
Applejack is an Earth pony and one of the main characters of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. She lives and works at Sweet Apple Acres with her grandmother Granny Smith, her brother Big McIntosh, her sister Apple Bloom, and her dog, Winona. She represents the element of honesty. Applejack is dependable and loyal, always willing to help anypony in need. She works at Sweet Apple Acres mainly as an apple bucker, though the Apples occasionally farm carrots and corn as well. She is a good sisterly figure to Apple Bloom and supports her friends well on their adventures.
Applejack is best pony.
by Natalia1337 January 20, 2013
Applejacks. When somebody is doing something stupid and or crazy.
"Hey, this isn't applejacks!"


If something is crazy you say,"Thats applejacks!"
by T-Dubs November 22, 2006
Meaning there is no reason or justification for something; A substitute for saying "No Reason"; (Taken from the popular Apple Jacks cereal commercials, in which the characters couldn't give a reason for their liking of Apple Jacks cereal.)
"Why are there three lesbians and a republican in the living room?"
"Its Apple Jacks"

"Why are you still here?"
"'Cause I am"
"Don't Apple Jacks me!"
by Rodger Aiken March 10, 2005
A nearly 200-proof beverage made from apple cider, usually found underneath kitchen sinks.
Take fresh apple cider (5 gallons make about 1 cup of AJ).
Leave under kitchen sink for a week in sealed container.
Pour out liquid remnants into new container.
Leave under kitchen sink for a week.
Pour out liquid remnants into new container.

Repeat for five weeks. Make applesauce with frozen remnant.
by Jim December 08, 2003

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