The Death of Pooh
See, it all started when my friends and I saw an upside down Pooh balloon at school. Mix our imaginations with a timeless children's show and you get one hell of a fanfiction. That's all I have to say.
Disclaimer- Pooh ain't mine.
Chapter One: The Meeting
"I can't believe this happened. How could he do this to me?" Pooh said as he paced the floor of his living room. As he walked back and forth, he glanced occasionally to today's newspaper.
EXTRA! EXTRA! Read all about it! Winnie the Pooh has come out the closet! Yes, you read right! Winnie the Pooh is gay!
"Damn it! Who could have found out?" the red shirt clad, yellow teddy bear thought as he threw away the newspaper.
"I hope my friends don't find out."
"Can you do it?"
"I can, but there might be a few-"
"I didn't ask you about obstacles. Can you do it?"
"Yes Mr. Robin. I can get the job done."
"Good. You can go now." Spoke a boy in a big, black chair. He sat with his back turned, but spun around when the door closed. He wore an all black suit with a yellow tie. The fedora on his head sat cocked slightly to the left, with a yellow feather sticking out on the side.
When the door opened, a short, skinny girl walked in. She wore a black miniskirt with white stilettos. Her white collared polo was open enough to see the black wife beater she wore underneath. Her blonde, shoulder length hair laid in two low pigtails and blond bangs
fell right above her blue eyes.
"What are you doing here?" spoke the boy as his green eyes met her blue ones.
"Oh Christopher, you know why I'm here. I wanted to see you. I couldn't stand to be away from you for another second." The girl stated as she sat on Christopher's lap.
"Kellie, you're so sweet."
"Not sweeter than you."
"Hey Pooh! You in there? Pooh!" yelled a worried Rabbit as he pounded on Pooh's door.
"Hey Pooh! Are you home?" He peeked into the window to see the bear coming. "Rabbit! How are you doing today?" Rabbit gave Pooh a questionable look.
"What? I can't be happy to see my friends now? Come on in." Pooh says as he steps out of the way to let Rabbit in.
"I saw the newspaper today." Rabbit said, taking a seat in the chair next to the window.
"I didn't. What was it about?" Pooh asked as he walked over to his cabinets.
"Want some honey?"
"No, I'm ok. The newspaper was, indeed, very shocking. In fact, it was about you." Pooh stopped.
He knew what Rabbit was about to say, so he braced himself.
"I can't believe the headline in the paper today." Kellie said as she and Christopher Robin walked down a long, narrow hallway. They made their way to a room at the end of the hall.
The two, huge wooden doors opened and in the room was a long black table that could seat about eight people. The windows allowed all of the afternoon light to come in, for the blinds were opened up wide.
Christopher took his seat at the end of the table, in front of the windows and Kellie sat next to him. Soon, a tiger, a donkey and a kangaroo came into the room and took random seats around the table.
"I'm glad you all could join me today."
"We're happy to be here." said the tiger.
"Now I'm sure you all know why you're here, so let's skip the small talk. How can you all help me eliminate Winnie the Pooh?"
A/N: This is the first time I have ever written a Winnie the Pooh story, so I hope it was good. This is only the first chapter, so don't think this is over just yet. I wonder what'll happen if Chris and Pooh meet face to face...Deuces!