|Dear Aunt Slappy
Author: Iamnoone2 PM
A story about a love between an aunt and her nephew, and how the nephew takes it when the aunt passes away. Slappy x Skippy Dot x Skippy. First chapter is only a prologue, the rest will be actual chapters. Incest pairing. FinishedRated: Fiction T - English - Romance/Angst - Skippy & Dot W. - Chapters: 5 - Words: 4,747 - Reviews: 39 - Favs: 7 - Follows: 3 - Updated: 07-01-11 - Published: 06-07-11 - Status: Complete - id: 7060608
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From a young age Skippy squirrel had a small unhibited complete obsession with his aunt Slappy. The grey squirrel constantly dwelled in his thoughts, and had since the little brown squirel was merely a 5 year old child. Slappy was the star of Skippy's favourite cartoon and served as Skippy's role model, much to the chagrin of his parents. His mother had a low opinion of her sister, often calling her a psychopathic wretch who only cared about herself, and as a result never invited her over to see her family or her nephew.
So it came as a surprise to Skippy and his frightened mother when Slappy literally burst through the door with a cartoonish bomb in her hand proclaiming Skippy's 8th birthday for all the neighbours who had turned their heads to watch the display to hear. Skippy's mother was furious and was about to send her sister away from her home, and child. But Skippy had the first word, with his shining innocent eyes he thanked his mother for somehow getting his idol to appear at his birthday party and before his mother could correct him ran over to hug Slappy's leg. While under normal circumstances the hug would be returned with an explosion, a mallet whack or a harsh comment Slappy had shocked everyone by picking the excited young squirrel up and wishing him a happy birthday. This moment only served to increase his love and respect for his childhood idol.
Later on when Skippy found out that Slappy was actually his aunt he was beside himself with happiness. He had begged his parents to allow him the opportunity to stay with her on weekends, summers and pretty much anytime he got a break from school. Which only served to infuriate his mother who believed that Skippy should be playing with kids his own age. His father on the other hand believed that his obsession with Slappy was just a phase the child was going through and would grow out of with time. As a result he would often give his son permission to visit his aunt and would often drive him to his aunt's house for these all day visits. At this point in the relationship between the two squirrels it was easy to see how close they were to each other. Slappy, who had never smiled a day in her life was starting to develop a shimmer of happiness in her eyes whenever Skippy came for a visit and Skippy would find himself constantly daydreaming about the misadventures him and his aunt would have the next time they saw each other.
When Skippy turned 13 however, things started to change in their relationship. Skippy started having strange dreams about his aunt, dreams that under normal circumstances would be natural for a child his age to have. Of course these were not normal circumstances, so Skippy tried his best to hide his dreams from his parents, his friends and most of all Aunt Slappy herself.
His perspective on the matter changed once again a year later when he started developing strange quirks around his aunt. The poor squirrel would often sweat during his visits, which were becoming fewer and farther between. His dreams had become less intense but far more passionate and sometimes in class he would absent-mindedly draw pictures of him and Slappy without even realizing what he was doing. He had asked his friend Dot about his problem, without actually mentioning his aunt, and she giggled and said that he was in love.
Needless to say, Skippy was shocked by the development and at first tried to deny his newfound feelings for his Aunt. But his efforts failed once Slappy came over for a surprise visit and Skippy became entranced by her beauty. It was all he could do to restrain himself from taking his aunt in a kiss then and there.
When the squirrel was nearing his 15th birthday he decided to confess his feelings to his aunt, mostly because they were getting too big to hide. During the time that he had been crushing on his aunt he had found no other girls in his school to be attractive to him. He had turned down numerous girls, including Dot, and had been branded as a homosexual at school. Girls still tried asking him out, with some believing that he wasn't homosexual and was 'Just waiting for the right girl'. Those girls were right, but he would never admit it to anyone except the one he loved.
When Skippy did get the courage to walk up to his aunt and tell her how he felt she had merely chuckled and said that she loved him as well. Skippy had obviously taken her words in a different context and delivered an over-excited kiss to her lips. Slappy had tried to protest by pushing the muscular yet still small squirrel off of her but his grip was far too tight. Slappy had eventually surrendered and allowed Skippy's kiss to remain. When the brown squirrel had chosen to break the kiss Slappy had surprisingly found that she had enjoyed it and was dissapointed when it ended despite her resistance. This resulted in the grey squirrel surprising Skippy by asking for a second kiss.
The second became a third, the third became a fourth and the passion continued to increase until the two squirrels found themselves in Slappy's bedroom. They never reached the height of their passion because of a phone ringing in Slappy's kitchen. Slappy had cursed before going into the kitchen and answering the phone, after a short conversation she had called out to Skippy that his mother had wanted him to come home for supper.
At this point in time Slappy and Skippy decided to take their relationship beyond aunt and nephew. They became lovers, sharing intimate moments together and going on private 'dates' in Slappy's house. Skippy would find himself sneaking out to his aunt's house on school days for a couple hours of romance before sneaking back home to get some rest before school started. Skippy's friends had started to tease him on his improved chipper demeanor and started to joke about how he had finally gotten himself a girlfriend. During these conversations two things were certain to happen. #1 Skippy would smile and say that he had the best girl in the world at his side. #2 His friends would ask him questions about the identity of the mystery girl and Skippy would remain secretive about her identity. and #3, Dot would make an excuse and leave to go to the bathroom.
But one day Skippy's happiness disappeared, Slappy had been found dead by a pizza delivery man in her home. The doctors in the hospital had claimed that she had suffered a stroke while watching cartoons and died shortly after. Given her lifestyle nobody was truly surprised at how she died, but it still shocked them nonetheless.
Since Slappy was a high rated cartoon star with a loyal following and near celebrity status she had received a front page eulogy in the city's newspaper after she had died, she had also received mentions in almost every newspaper nationwide. Condolences were sent to the Squirrel's surviving relatives through the internet and Slappy's cartoons were played on repeat on television for a straight week. It was the goodbye that SLappy would've loved to be alive to have seen.
At the time of her death however, Skippy was at a school camping trip with the school baseball team. During the trip he had no access to any electronic device or online communication devices for the entire weekend. So when he got back to his hometown the news hit him in the face like a ton of bricks and he felt ashamed that he hadn't been there for his aunt when she died.
The squirrel sunk into a depression through his guilt over his lover's death and refused to socialize with anyone. His schoolwork had gone undone and his friend's were shoved away as rudely as possible. His behaviour had earned him an in-school suspension and an appointment with the school counsellor two times a week for the rest of the year.
Within two weeks Dot had been the only one who refused to be pushed away by Skippy's anti-social behaviour and had tried to cure him of his depression. Skippy hadn't bathed or groomed himself sinced his aunt's death which just gave people more of a reason to avoid him. Which made the fact that Dot continued to attempt to hang around Skippy incredibly strange...