That's an interesting comic format, but definitely the less readable format I've ever seen xD. You need to wait for the whole animation to play at least three times, one for each panel, to understand what's going on. It was worth a try
Lol that was great I have a feeling that would be what happened in the comic. On another note I think in season three that is exactly what happens, that Trixie becomes Twilight's Cranky Doodle Donky that would be so hasbroish.
y'know, most of the time Twixie feels kind of forced, by making Trixie a woobie, giving her a heart breaking background and such... but this is another way to see it... since Trixie maybe can get Twilight's nutty side much more evident XD... I know I'm overthinking a comic that's more comedy than actual shipping, but maybe, if Trixie becomes the Cranky Doodle Donkey to Twilight's Pinkie Pie (as in Twi obsessively wanting Trixie to become friends with everypony, and Trixie not caring at all), that would make an incredible dynamics between them both XD
I think your right, but like most forms of character development, Trixie is a slow drip. We know so little about her right now and that makes writers want to desperately fill the gap. Imagination, heh, it does things to people.