|Thank You Gordy
Author: Ember411 PM
Cute fluff about our famous Trio of friends giving their best friend, Gordy, a Thank You Party. They're like a family so why not give a celebration to Gordy?Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Friendship/Family - Gordy - Words: 2,945 - Favs: 1 - Follows: 1 - Published: 07-01-12 - id: 8276034
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It's been a while on here! I was watching a Ned's Declassified marathon the other day on television. I though this would be a cute fluff.
P.S I just learned that the school is located in California! :O
I thought it was in Ohio or something like that. I wished they did more outside scenes like at a beach or something like that. Ha, I can imagine. Moze and Volleyball beach games, Cookie and his technology in the water and Ned...idk, guide to enjoy the beach?
A few years had passed since middle school and the usual classmates were close to graduating high school. During their time in high school pretty much everything was the same as it was in middle school. The bullies, the crazy moments, the random kids and of course The Guide. The guide had helped them in middle school and high school—body image issues, sexual life, relationships, puberty things and much more.
Of course nothing would be the same without the teachers! Through some ironic reasons all the middle school teachers were now at the high school. Coach Dirga, Mr. Sweeney, iTeacher, Crubbs, Dr. Xavier,, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Chopsaw, Mr. Combover, Dr. Loew, Mr. Kwest, Lunch Lady Rose and finally the best of them all...Gordy! All the teachers were the same as they were in middle school. Although they helped out more with The Guide when it came to body issue and puberty and sexual life.
Anyways, it was close to graduation and the trio of the usual, Ned, Cookie and Moze were all so excited. Cookie applied for and was accepted at many top-rated schools but decided on Hunter College of New York—based off all his technology classes, digging inside the school and baby classes with Ned. Ned, finding it surprising he was graduating high school, decided on going to New York University to study both journalism and creative writing. Moze had difficulty but she decided on Medgar Evers College due her wanting to learn psychology and social work. But mainly the school was close to a woodcutting shop down the road and they had a highly great volleyball team.
The trio of friends were sitting on a beach blanket at the Long Venice Dog Beach. The sunshine was beating down harshly but not enough to melt an icicle. Cookie was doing his usual technology studying with his classes, attempting to change the suns location so that it was still shining but not beating down on them so much. Ned was writing in a journal and Moze was reading a novel about volleyball history.
"I can't believe we're actually graduating!" Moze commented happily. "It just seemed like yesterday we were beginning high school as freshmen."
"And the day before that, we were middle school students." Ned also commented.
"And before that, Ned walked into the girls bathroom!" Cookie laughed.
"I was six! I couldn't read!" Ned exclaimed in defense, causing the other two to laugh. "I'm surprised I'm graduating in general. That Sweeney."
"Well you got help from Gordy," Mose stated. "I have no idea how chemistry and janitor things work together, but he got you the A+ on the final."
"And all I needed was a C- to pass for the year." Ned defined. "Cookie, how's the sun location changing?"
"Almost there. I've just got to add a few more inches and..." Cookie said. "Got it!"
The trio, putting their sunglasses on, glanced up at the sun. The sun didn't move for a moment or two but the sun moved...quiet rapidly. It was just twisting around and jumping all over the place before settling down where it was before.
"I swear I move all the coordinates correctly. According to the time, the location of the Earth and...and..." Cookie started to freak out all over again. "Oh well, more sunblock for me!" He than proceeded to drench himself in sunblock.
"Where'd you get that?" Ned asked, grabbing the bottle. He had recognized it from a commercial he saw on television the other day. "This is the WeeZell Blocker, only found in Australia. You can only buy it, in person, in Sydney!"
"I got it from Gordy. He mistaken the spelling of WeeZell and Weasel. He thought it was special Weasel sunblock for Weasels." Cookie explained. "I have so much delicate skin softness I just HAD to get this. So he gave it to me."
"Remember Sophomore year when Gordy actually did clean the school for one day? The day after he took a weeks vacation in Hawaii." Ned started to remember flashbacks of sophomore year.
"I remember that. My dad's company was sending him that week to do some work, so he got me, you two and a few others kids a free round trip."
"Seth, Lumer, Lumer's friends, Seth, Claire, Backpack kid—Basically the entire class graduation with a few more." Moze told. "Gordy taught me how to surf that week."
"He also saved you from that creepy guy." Ned commented.
"What creepy guy?" Loomer asked, coming up from behind them. Buzz and Croney came up behind him. "Who's touching my Jennifer? I'll throw him over the San Francisco bridge with a cement block chanied to the ankle."
"Aww man! That was an awesome movie last night!" Croney laughed while Buzz nodded. "This guy was all like 'Dude, you touch my gal and my sister and I'll chain block at you and throw you over a bridge in California!' than the other guy was all like, 'Dude! I'll never tell you where ya sister and gal are! Because they're the same person!'"
"How'd that happen?" Cookie asked.
"Don't know." Loomer told, "Now who touched my Jennifer!"
"Just some creepy guy in Hawaii who grabbed my from a taxi cab. Grody beat the guy up. It was nice."
"I remember once Croney and I were stuck in an elevator for ten hours, Grody saved us from that." Cookie commented.
"He helped me in a science fair once during junior year." Lisa joined the group of friends and...I guess "friends". "He planted an orange banana tree in his yard. My mom wouldn't let me because the natural chemicals inside the banana and orange would turn the ground into poison. Gordy did that."
"Actually he planted that in his cousins yard." Loomer said. "Buzz lives next door to George. You should see the guy!
For the next several hours everyone joined the group on the beach on the blanket, talking about various of stories that contained Gordy in them. They soon realized by the end of the night, as everyone was taking the bus ride home (ironically the entire class who went filled up the bus), that Gordy was not a best friend to everyone. But in someways he was like a older brother to everyone. And to some students he was another father in their life.
Ned stood up on the bus and said, "Guys, we need to give Gordy a special party. Like a big 'Thank You!' party to him. He's done so much and he's so much better than most of the teachers we grew up around!"
"Like that stupid science teacher, Miss Dono. I hated her!" Seth said. "She took my ball away."
"You gave her the ball in donation." Missy commented. Missy had become much more nicer, to everyone's surprise, after she and her aunt and uncle took trips around the world to poor countries. "Because of some stupid reasons."
"Than it's settled. This Friday before we graduate on Saturday—"
"Can't go!" A majority of students said, than proceeding the reasons why they couldn't make it.
"I can make a video for us all." Cookie spoke up. "You all make a video for Grody, upload it to VideoWatch and send a link to my VideoWatch account— SimonDeCookieComputerMaster!"
The week went by rapidly and soon enough the party, located at Moze's backyard since she had a larger yard, was almost ready. Cookie was in the process of setting up the video on the side of the house from the computer projector, Moze was setting up all the food and Ned was blowing up balloons while writing notes down.
"More notes?" Moze asked."
"Guide notes." Ned said, than went back to blowing up balloons. "Guide To: Throw A Thank You Party." He than turned to a random corner. "If you're throwing a Thank You Party for someone, but don't know how...check out these tips." He smiled.
"First: Make the invite cards, but when you give one to the main person, give them a card that asks to come because its a party for someone else.
(Shows the trio handing out 'Gordy Thank You Party cards to school students/Cookie Gordy a 'Moze's Graduation party' card)
"Oooooo! I likey graduation parties! Especially if there's food involved!"
"Second: Make sure you get all the ASAPS. that way you'll know who is coming, how many are coming and how much food and drinks you'll need."
(Shows only four names: Moze, Cookie, Ned, Gordy)
"Sometimes, not everyone will come, but as long as the main person is coming...everything will be perfect.
"Thirdly: Make sure your parents know who's coming. I mean, it's a bit off if your giving the party to an adult from the school. And or an adult from your school suddenly shows up. We've all seen those stories where adults come to parties and children go missing, get killed and everything like that."
(Shows in a three way conversation the kids talking to their parent(s) and explaining the situation. Parents smile, nodding.)
"Forth: If possible, make a video of those who couldn't make it, but want to be a part of the celebration."
(Shows Cookie still setting up the videos on the computer-projector-wall thing)
"And lastly...bring on the celebration!" Ned smiled just at Moze came out. "Well?"
"Gordy just pulled up. My moms sending him in the backyard in a few moments."
"Let the Thank You Party..." Ned put his hat on. "Begin!"
"Take the hat off, it looks stupid." Moze commented.
"Jenny!" Mr.s Mozely called from the kitchen. "Jenny, your friend is here. If you need anything, Edward and I will be out at dinner. Call us if you need anything!"
"Thanks Mom." Moze said. Ned glanced at Moze. "What? My mom doesn't refer him as my Dad, she refers my dad as my dad. I prefer neither of them because my biological dad had never been in my life except for a few times, like when I worked as a lunch person in elementary school, and at my elementary school graduation. And Ed is only in my life because of my half sisters, Janet, Janice, Jessica and Juliet, and my half brothers. Josh, Jacob, John and Jordan."
"Can the J's go on any longer?" Cookie cried out loudly, hearing the duet talk.
Gordy came out back, dressed as his usual janitor uniform, and stopped the second he saw the balloons, food, music player and Ned and Moze standing there with smiles on their faces.
"Surprise!" The trio shouted, as soon as Cookie joined them—tangled in wires.
"For who?" Gordy asked.
"You, it says so on the..." Ned pointed and looked at the banner, that Cookie had just recently opened by pulling a string, that said 'Thank You, Mrs. Grady!' "Banner... Cookie!"
"What? I told the store man to get Gordy! But he didn't hear me so well. So I went back and he said 'Oh I see! I've got you covered!' I didn't know this was it until I just opened the banner!"
"That banner's for me?" Gordy questioned, a bit confused a usual.
"This party is for you." Ned explained. "Gordy, you're amazing. You're the most amazing person ever. Remember that time there was a contest in middle school and even though you didn't win by cleaning up, you helped the students and yadda? That speech you got about how awesome you are to the students? Well we decided that since we're graduating, we might as well throw a party for you. A Thank You Gordy! party."
Gordy, a bit shocked at first, just glanced at them all but eventually turned to a smile. A huge smile. "You guys! No one has ever done this for me. Everyone at the middle school got one but because of budget cuts we couldn't use the leftovers for a party."
"Teachers do get them! I KNEW IT!" Cookie shouted randomly, as usual odd ways. "Let's get tis party started!"
Hours into the eating and dancing and watching all the videos students had submitted for the party, it was close to around...two in the morning! Who knew a party starting around six pm could last so long! By the end of the night, as the four of them sat in a circle on the grass, the trio decided it was their time to make speeches for Grody. Cookie went first.
"When I first came to the middle school, I was so worried about classes that I pissed in my pants. Gordy was right there and said, 'Kid, take these!' Another time is when I was worried about getting pants...panted...whatever the word is...so badly that he gave me a janitor outfit. He had joined me on my adventures of the school tours and whatever. He later helped me in high school with various subjects such as gym, history and last but not least...having more adventures than those in middle school! Like that one time we accidentally got stuck inside the girls bathroom!"
"Oooo yeah! I remember that! We just wrote on the walls and mirrors. Thank goodness the night guy took care of that."
"Aren't you the night guy?" Moze asked. "Same in middle school?"
"No, Sweeney is. So is Crubbs."
"SWEENEY!" They cried in surprise.
"They love those school too much! It's surprising that they're not living there!" Gordy announced. "Moze, why do you girls get the couches in the bathroom?"
"I don't know, we just do. Don't guys? I know they do on the third floor."
"But those smell like shit, like terrible shit, so no guy goes in there. Remember that fart kid in middle school? Boys rather be near him that in the shitty bathroom." Ned explained. "I remember all those times in middle school—"
"We know! You wrote a novel about it! We read it!" Everyone announced.
"Okay, well I remember Gordy talking to me about sex in high school. The birds and the bees. My dad was out of town and I needed guy advise. You told me everything. They way a man's body is sexually and how the women reacts sexually. How man is in his sex life and how women is during sex life."
"And all the problems we girls go through with our bodies." Moze commented.
"How was I suppose to know that chocolate bar was for you! I didn't know you had your period!" Ned exclaimed.
"You're just lucky Gordy knew where the chocolate was." Moze said.
"Yeah, but your reaction that one time, craving chocolate like a MAD WOMAN! Funny junior girl." Gordy laughed.
" You even included how to use blow up a condom like a balloon." Ned said, continuing his speech.
"I made a giraffe and put them on Crubbs car once." Cookie told them. "Or that time, Ned, when we snuck into Moze's room and stole all her pads and tampons and stuck them all over the school and cars."
The trio of boys laughed, but stopped as soon as they saw an angry Moze.
"Ha ha ha, very funny. Well there are many stories I can say for Gordy. The chocolate, the saving me from getting raped by that guy in Hawaii. Dancing with me at my cousins wedding—where you were ironically the hired cleaner upper person. Gordy, your not just my best friend. Your like my father. The relationship of ours is not just best friends or sibling related, but father-daughter. Type. Better than my biological father and so much better than my step dad, Ed."
"Aww, that's sweet. Thank you guys. You're pretty amazing kids too. You know I love all the students but you three are my favorites. You're like the children I never had and possibly won't ever had. I've always wanted kids like you guys. Smart, funny, uncanny, wild and amazing! Complete persons of life...I guess. Cookie and Ned, you two are the type of sons I wanted. Sons who, one is an overachiever and the other...he just makes it there," Ned and Gordy glanced at one another, with smiles of course. "No offense. And than Moze is the type of daughter I wanted...smarter than her brothers and way much better than any girl I met!"
"Thanks Gordy." Ned agreed.
"You're the best." Cookie commented.
"Na, you guys are." Gordy smiled. "Come on, group hug!"
The four stood up and gave one huge, giant, family size, family loving hug.
So sweet, right? I agree. I'm going to make a sequel on this, but only on the graduation day. Gordy/TrioFriends stuff stories I haven't seen much, so I decided to do so.
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