|The Minds Of Love
Author: Lord Red PM
NOW FINISHED! Coco breaks up with Dingodile and falls in love with Crunch. And Crunch does the same with Coco. But, what will happen to the relationship when Dingodile finds out? Will it continue, or will Dingodile kill Crunch and take Coco back?Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Tragedy - Chapters: 8 - Words: 5,109 - Reviews: 14 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 11-13-04 - Published: 11-07-04 - id: 2125320
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The Minds Of Love
By: Lord Red
Disclaimer: I own nothing in this story.
Chapter 1: Breaking Up
The sun rose over a small countryside, awakening a small hut to a new day. In that hut, a young, orange, female bandicoot named Coco was seen sleeping lightly. The only reason she was sleeping lightly was because she was beginning to have second thoughts about marrying Dingodile, a half-dingo, half-crocodile creature created by Cortex. At the same time, Dingodile was seen in the kitchen making breakfast, and whistling a tune. He was perfectly happy that Coco had chosen him to marry and not Cortex or Crunch.
But, little did Dingodile know that Coco was starting to regret her decision.
Later that day, Coco was out in the backyard, writing in her notebook. It turned out to be a poem. It read,
Every time I see you, I plan to be with you.
Love is not always the way we planned.
Fallen petals of daffodils sailing in the wind.
Let's just keep this love the way we never planned.
Coco then shut her notebook and hoped that Dingodile would never read the poem. She didn't want Dingodile to get angry by means of writing. No. She'd have to tell him that she was going to have to leave him.
As soon as the time was right, Coco walked into the hut and there she saw Dingodile reading the paper. She walked over and sat down.
"Err, Dingodile, we need to talk," Coco sighed. Dingodile looked up.
"What is it, sheila?" he asked. Coco took a deep breath and sighed.
"Dingodile, I know we just married, but I don't think things are going well for us. I mean, I'm a bandicoot and you're, well you're—''
Dingodile looked up and muttered, "I'm ugly?"
"Don't take it like that!" Coco exclaimed. "It's just I'm a bandicoot and you're a dingo-crocodile. We're different!"
Now Dingodile looked up, hurt in his eyes.
"Crickey. Are ya saying that—''
"I'm sorry, Dingodile. But, we need to break up."
This was just the thing that Dingodile had NOT expected. Coco, breaking up with him? It was painful!
"Coco, NOOOO!" Dingodile exclaimed as he began sobbing hard. This made Coco feel really bad.
"I'm sorry, Dingo. But, it's time to face facts. I need to marry someone my own species."
"YER LUCKY!" Dingodile howled. "YA HAVE A MATE TA LOVE! AS FOR ME, I WON'T!"
Coco couldn't stand to hear Dingodile sob. So, she packed up her stuff and ran out. As soon as she stepped off the property, she heard a voice.
"Coco? Is that you? Where's Dingodile?"
Coco jumped. She knew that voice. It was Crunch, the new man of her life.
Thinking carefully, Coco replied, "I broke up with him, Crunch. I didn't think it was right for a female bandicoot to fall in love with a dingo-crocodile."
Crunch clearly disapproved of Coco's action, but then he caught the sight of her notebook. He suddenly smiled.
"Hey, Coco? Could I read something in there?"
Coco replied, "Well, I usually don't like people reading my stuff, but you could, big boy."
"Huh? Are you all right, Coco?" Crunch asked.
"Never better," said Coco. "Never better."
So, Crunch took out Coco's notebook and found her poem. He read it, and he felt his heart start beating really quickly.