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Discussion in 'Fan Fiction' started by Alpha Centauri, May 26, 2009.
Thanks I was afraid that part might be too boring.
Here's Drusilla’s Short Character Profile!
Full name: Drusilla Pigitta Ragondin du Maine.
Age: Six years old in Muppet child years.
Date of birth: Unknown, possibly around the same year of Robin’s year of birth.
Birthday: Sometime in the Summer.
Likes (besides artwork and reading): Her father, things that smell nice, playing Pretty, Pretty Princess, collecting seashells and things on the beach, all things feline.
Other talents: Excellent sense of smell.
Dislikes: Things that smell bad, being yelled at, Care Bear (deathly afraid of them) people who think she's dumb.
Fun facts: Has a third name that only she knows, can understand the meowing of cats, doesn’t think of herself as a pig or cat, but as something in-between.
“Drusilla!” Piggy called. “Come back here.”
“It’s alright,” Mr. Meowson said. “I understand. You know she’s come along way since the last time I saw her. For having PDD-NOS she’s rather remarkable.”
“PDD-NOS?” Kermit question. “Piggy, you said she had PDD.”
“Come to think of it I do recall Gideon saying those letters too,” Piggy said somewhat off handedly.
“Piggy!” Kermit scolded her. “How could you forget something like that?”
“I have a lot on my mind! Besides it’s the same thing!” She yelled.
Gideon put his paw to his forehead.
“I told you PDD-NOS is sometimes shortened to PDD and that while those with it have some characteristics of disorders on the autistic spectrum, they don't fit the diagnostic criteria of any of the other disorders and why am I talking to you? You can’t see or hear me.”
“Piggy, Scooter is checking out Robin’s school special needs programs. He needs to know what’s….” Kermit stop himself. He was about to say ‘what’s wrong with her.’ “I mean he needs to know what condition she has, so the school can place her in the right program!”
“I don’t need Scooter to do that! Drusilla is Moi’s responsibly and Moi will take care of her and all her needs!”
Kermit was already calling Scooter.
“Hey Kermit!” Scooter said excitedly over the phone.
“Kermit on the phone?” asked Fozzie which was followed by chores of “Kermit? Let me talk to him!”
“Hold on boss let put you on speaker phone.”
“No Scooter don’t!” It was too late so Kermit was flooded with questions.
“How was your trip?”
“What’s Drusilla like?”
“What Lighthouse Island like?”
“Kermit can you bring back five gallons of jelly fish for me?”
“QUITE!” Kermit yelled into the cell phone causing both Piggy and Mr. Mewoson to look at him like he had lost his mind.
“Oh,” Kermit said somewhat embarrassed seeing the look on their faces “I’ll go outside,” he said quickly exiting the house.
“High-strung fellow isn’t he?” Mr. Mewson said.
Piggy nodded in agreement.
Once Kermit was outside he began to speck again
“Scooter I called to tell you that Drusilla has PDD-NOS, not PDD as Piggy said.”
“OK I’ll tell the school that,” Scooter said.
“So Kermit, what’s Drusilla like?” Fozzie asked.
“Well she’s seems kind of withdrawn. She doesn’t seem interested in me or Robin ”
“Kermit, about the jellyfish?”
“Gonzo!” Kermit and everyone yelled at him.
Robin had followed Drusilla back to her room.
“Don’t you want to work on the puzzle?” he asked her.
“No,” said Drusilla going back to her painting.
“I have to…finish my…painting.”
Robin sat on the floor and watched her.
‘Drusilla sure is strange,” Robin thought. ‘She looks sad and she k sounds kind of sad, but she doesn’t act sad. But she’s not acting happy ether. Well at lest she’s not trying to hug and kiss me! I wouldn’t want her to do that. Though she could pay me a little more attention. After all I’m giving up a birthday party to be here.’
A/N Well how about that I updated! A birthday gift to my self. Feedback would be a nice gift too! I have no shame.
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