Author has written 33 stories for Alvin and the chipmunks, King Of The Hill, Over the Hedge, Franklin, Chip and Dale's Rescue Rangers, Bambi, Ice Age, Family Guy, Littlest Pet Shop, My Little Pony, Chicken Little, and American Dad.
Skype Name: brandon.smith987
I have been writing for 12 years. Yes, that’s right; I’ve been writing for 12 years. With this much experience underneath my belt, you would think that I would be writing like friggin’ Stephen King or William Shakespeare, but no. To me, writing is an ever-learning career. Despite that I have been writing for quite an impressive amount of years, I am still learning. One of the best ways for me to learn is by reading.
Do you know Marsha Kerr from experience/real-life?
Unfortunately, yes. This woman ruined my life and based on the comments that she’s made towards writers like Munk19 and Genicise1275 (both of who are talented in their own right) I’d say she’s ruining their lives as well. Please see the question, “I remember you uploading a lot of stories. Come 2009, they were all suddenly gone off the site without a trace! What happened? Do you plan on reuploading all of your old stories that you had on here before they were deleted?” for more information on this subject. Because of this demon, I am now forced to rewrite all of my old stories from scratch, including some of my most popular ones like “Coming Clean” and “Theodore, We Hardly Knew You.”
How did you find fanfiction.net?
I remember this quite fondly, which is quite impressive given my poor memory. I had recently seen the film Over the Hedge and fell in love with it and especially its characters and I began looking for stories based on the movie. Using Google, I stumbled upon this site. I can’t be certain, but I’m pretty sure it was one of the first links, other than fanlib.com.
When did you join fanfiction.net?
I explored the site for quite a while before finally joining the site in November of 2007.
What was your first fanfic?
After seeing the live-action/animated film Alvin and the Chipmunks, I began writing stories for the characters. To my recollection, one of the very first stories I uploaded for this category was “Theodore, We Hardly Knew You,” and I remember this one receiving quite a substantial amount of popularity in reviews. The story goes that Theodore dies and Alvin blames himself, causing him to fall into a deep depression that Simon and the others must help him get out of. The sub-plot of the story delves into the reality that the family is facing with losing a loved one and how each of them struggles to move on with their lives.
I remember you uploading a lot of stories. Come 2009, they were all suddenly gone off the site without a trace! What happened? Do you plan on reuploading all of your old stories that you had on here before they were deleted?
Feel free to call me a liar and say that this scenario is far-fetched, but this is no joke whatsoever! Early in 2009, I requested that Marsha Kerr, my seventh grade English teacher from my middle school, read some of my stories here on fanficton.net and critique them, to give me her thoughts on the stories and how I could improve them. No such thing occurred whatsoever! Instead, she contacted the principal of my high school and told her about one particular story, “The Adventures of Erik and Colin.” In one chapter of said story, some characters believe that a couple of their teachers are alcoholics/child abusers. Granted, this wouldn’t have gotten me in trouble, but the kicker was that, according to the school board, I used the names of my teachers for the teachers in the story. I only used their last names-Norman and Priddy. I didn’t find out my teachers’ first names until later on: Joey Norman and Bryan Priddy. Still, one couldn’t figure out that the teachers were based on my own teachers because their middle names were never given, so theoretically, the names could belong to anyone named Joey Norman or Bryan Priddy.
After this, I was suspended from school and forced to go before the school board where it would be decided whether or not it was beneficial for me to go back to school. I remember that I was suspended for two weeks tops. Upon having it decided that I would return to school, it was requested that I start going to therapy. Yes, I did include some incest between two rabbit brothers and there was some graphic violence and some adult content, but I was nearly eighteen at the time.
At one of my therapy sessions, my therapist requested that I delete all of my stories off this site instead of just the one that got me in trouble. As one can well imagine, after all of my hard work and dedication to making these stories as good as I possibly could, this did not go over well for me and I remained in a hateful mood throughout the rest of the day. I was unsuccessful in accomplishing this task using my brother’s PlayStation 3 and my mother called him to do the task. Yes, this really pissed me off!!
During one such therapy session, I requested that I be permitted to go to the computer lab so I could finish writing a short story for English. I was granted permission, but no sooner had I gotten started on the blasted thing, the vice-principal walked in and I was yet again suspended from school because, once again according to the school board, I had violated some contract. To this day, I cannot recall anything about such a thing. I do not recall ever having a contract presented to me. I do not recall neither my mother nor my stepfather ever signing any contract. At the second meeting with the school board, it was suggested that I have an escort to class so I couldn’t run off and disobey the rules. Also, it was determined that I would go to an alternative school for the rest of the school year.
In August of 2009, I returned to school. Over the summer, I received an email from some guy by the name of Tony Greyfox. The man said that I had stolen his characters Erik and Colin and also his storylines and he requested that I no longer write about the characters. I had no clue who this guy was. From the little information I could get on him, I found out that he lives in Vancouver, British Columbia and is currently in his forties. Skeptical but curious, I asked my therapist to print out of one of his stories so I could read it and see if I could find any similarities between my characters and his. She was unsuccessful. At school, I took it upon myself to print out one of the stories. Before I could get back to my book bag and stuff it inside so I could read it later on, the librarian snatched it out of my grasp and handed it in to the vice-principal. It wasn’t until my second period class that this was brought to my attention and I was once again suspended from school. Upon my return, I was absolutely, 100% forbidden from using the school computers.
During my senior year of high school, I was permitted to use the computers, but only with adult supervision, despite the fact that I was nineteen!
There is only one good thing that came from this horrid experience: It inspired me to write a Alvin and the Chipmunks story called “Internet Games.” You can still find the story here on my profile. I like how life experiences can inspire writers to write great stories like this one.
Finally, in regards to me uploading my old stories, yes, I do plan on reuploading all of them. As one can imagine, I am not too happy about having to write every one of them from scratch. Yes, I didn’t have these stories saved on any kind of flash drive or anything. Unfortunately, there are still some stories that I wish to get written, so it could take me a while to get all of the old stories rewritten. Due to their popularity, I will probably start off with my Chicken Little story “Coming Clean” and my Alvin and the Chipmunks story “Theodore, We Hardly Knew You.”
What stuff do you enjoy writing?
For as long as I can remember, I have also loved weight gain/fattening scenes. One of all-time favorites is Templeton’s weight gain scene in Charlotte’s Web. Scooby Doo has always been my favorite fattened up pooch! Most of my stories may contain weight gain scenes or scenes in which a character or multiple characters are fattened up.
For the past 14 years, I have enjoyed wearing diapers. My obsession with diapers first began at the age of 7 and has continued ever since. Over time, my love for diapers transpired to me having fantasies about being diapered and babied. Yes, I do suffer from paraphilic infantilism. Some stories may involve characters being diapered and babied in some manner.
For those of you who don’t know already, I am a Christian. My faith is extremely important to me. Yes, I have come close to converting to atheism. I can’t explain, but something inside me has also reeled me back to my faith. So, yeah, if you’re not into religious stories or stories in which religion and faith play a major role, then I’m probably not the writer you’re looking for. Don’t worry, I’m looking to figure out how to write such stories without making it all preachy and having the characters talk constantly about religion and matters of faith.
Ever since I was 16, I have enjoyed writing erotic literature. The majority of my stories on here are rated M for explicit sexual content, but not always. A story of mine could be rated M for adult content such as profanity, violence, etc.
Aside from these three factors, I enjoy writing various genres including Drama, Hurt/Comfort, Family, Friendship, Romance, and others. I do dabble in other genres such as Horror, just to try my hand at something new. If I do not how to write a specific genre, I may read a book based on such a genre to see how an author like Edgar Allan Poe or James Patterson writes the genre.
So wait a minute. In a lot of your stories, Simon has made some really nasty remarks about God and religion in general. If you’re Christian, then why do you have Simon make these kinds of remarks towards your God?
In some of my stories involving Simon, some people have taken offense to some of the things he has said about God and religion. Allow me to explain why this is. For some odd reason, I have always seen Simon as an atheist. Don’t ask me why because I honestly don’t know. I guess it must have something to do with the fact that he’s the science geek of the family. To him, the idea of a God just isn’t plausible. It could either be that or the fact that I use Simon to channel my atheistic views on God. Yes, I do have the strong desire to leave my religion. A lot of preachers and pastors have done so and there is even a website dedicated to this called ex-christians.net.
What kind of reviews do you wish to see from your readers/followers?
I really love constructive criticism. Don’t just say something like, “I love this! Update soon!” Explain to me what you love about the story and what you don’t like. Be honest! If I’m not doing something right, like making a character act out-of-character or the like, please tell me and explain how I can fix such. Don’t be like Marsha Kerr and be immature and say stupid junk like, “This was horrible! You suck at writing! Stop writing this stupid shit and learn how to write like you don’t suffer from a mental disorder!” That kind of crap won’t get you anything. It will just earn you a heated message from me and blocked if such behavior continues. I have no time to deal with immature children who have nothing better to do with their lives than to bring someone else down just because the author’s writing isn’t as good as they think it should be. Not all of us can be friggin’ Stephen King!
I’ve noticed that in an awful lot of your stories, you feature characters who aren’t canon characters. Who are these characters?
Many of my Alvin and the Chipmunks stories usually feature two main characters of my own creation: Erik, a skunk, and Colin, a raccoon. Along with the story for Founders’ Island, I began developing the characters as well. Later on, I will go into depth about these characters and the other characters featured in many of my stories. I understand that some people like Marsha Kerr don’t like these characters, and that’s totally fine. However, it is not fine when you say junk like this, “Would you stop writing about these stupid-ass characters of yours? No one cares about them! Stop writing about them!” Here’s something you have to understand. When you create a character, you become so obsessed (well, I do anyway) about them and their background and whatnot that they almost seem very, very real to you. That is how it is with me and my characters. Erik, Colin, and my other characters are extremely close to my heart and I love each and every one of them. I love to write about them and tell their individual stories. I know for a fact that there are quite a few members on here who actually do enjoy these characters as much as I do and also believe that Erik and Colin make a cute couple.
If you’re Christian, why do you feature characters in same-sex relationships? Doesn’t that go against your beliefs?
Yes, I am Christian, and, yes, I do feature some characters in gay relationships. Yes, it does go against my beliefs, but I honestly don’t care. If I think two characters would make a cute couple, whether they’re the same sex or not, I might pair them up together. I understand that some people might find this offensive and may not choose to read said story if homosexuality is involved. That’s fine. I don’t have a problem with that. But, it’s reviews like this one that piss me off: “Ugh! This is disgusting! What’s wrong with you? Do you suffer from a mental disorder or something? Seriously, get help!” Again, I am not going to waste my time dealing with immature children. Remember, there are tons of incest-related stories in the Alvin and the Chipmunks section.
How do you feel about ‘unfinished’ stories?
For those of you who don’t know what this is, an ‘unfinished’ story is when a writer posts a story and never bothers to finish it. Seriously, I’ve read some stories on here that haven’t been updated in over two years! These are the kinds of stories I’m talking about, the kind that draw the reader in and a chapter ends in a cliffhanger. The reader thirsts for more, to know what happens next, only to be left dangling off the edge of the cliff of anxiety. These kinds of stories are usually bombarded with reviews that say the following: “When are you going to update this story? I’ve been following this story for over a year and you haven’t updated in over eighteen months!” As for me, I find this extremely annoying and ultimately, unfair to the reader. When I write a story, I usually don’t stop until I have written the ending. Under the right circumstances like if I’m being weighed down by schoolwork or suffering from writer’s block, I may stop writing momentarily, but I try to update as soon as possible and never stop writing a story until it’s finished! This is especially true if the story I’m writing is one that I’m extremely passionate about.
Where do you get the inspiration for your stories?
Anything can be inspiration for a story, from overhearing a conversation to a real-life experience or just something as simple as a “What If” question. While I don’t watch much of it, I may get inspiration from television or from movies, books, or from another author’s work here on the site. Of course, I will ask the author’s permission first. If I’m having trouble coming up with an idea, I’ll hand the situation over to God and wait for Him to inspire me. Other times I may try to find inspiration from real-life experiences. I find that real-life experiences can be the best places for inspiration.
Now that you’re a published author, do you think you/your book will be very popular?
To be perfectly honest, no. For one thing, I am still in school, so it is extremely hard for me to promote my book. When it comes to popularity, I am very pessimistic. I do not think my books will ever be as popular as some written works that have withstood the test of time (for example, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, The Adventures of Huck Finn/Tom Sawyer, The Scarlet Letter, The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Twilight, etc.). But, I find that this kind of thinking makes me want to stop writing, and so I hand the situation over to God and let Him take care of it. Popularity isn’t important to me, but money is, and I obtain money by the sales of my book. Therefore, it is important for me to promote my book as much as possible.
There are some authors on here that have written stories that are well over 1,000,000 words long! Does this depress you and make you want to stop writing?
Yes! When I see that an author has written a story of that length of words, I do get depressed and think that if I can’t write a story that long, then I am not a good writer. But, this is complete garbage! It is an utter lie! I have numerous people both on here and in real life that tell me that I am “a magnificent writer.” Again, I am still trying to learn how to improve my writing despite that I have been writing for 11 years. I believe if I let Him guide me, God will show me how to improve my writing immensely.
Are reviews important to you?
Hmm, this is a tough question. I see this question as having two answers: Yes and No. Yes, reviews are important to me because feedback is important to me, and I also like to know that my writing/stories are helping someone or that someone is enjoying my story enough to actually review it. No, reviews are not important to me because I am not here to become one of the most popular authors on the site. I am just here to write great stories and maybe help someone with said stories. Authors who have over 500 reviews for their stories are immensely talented and have slaved day and night to write the best story they possibly can. Like artists, they have worked hard for years to develop their craft and know what works in writing and what doesn’t. Like them, I am still learning what works in writing and what doesn’t. Reviews help me do that. Reviews like this, ‘This is great! Update soon!” don’t!
Looking at your profile, I see that a majority of your stories are for “Alvin and the Chipmunks.” Is this the only frnachise that you plan on writing for or do you plan on working on others as well?
Yes, I know that I have a ridiculous amount of stories for Alvin and the Chipmunks. I realize that I write about this franchise far too often. I really need to start looking into some other franchises and start writing for them as well. I do plan on writing some stories for Over the Hedge, Ice Age, and Chicken Little, as well as some Disney stories.
How do you feel about the live-action/animated Alvin and the Chipmunks film?
To be perfectly honest, I really hate them. I really don’t see the appeal. The only thing I like about these films is that I like how the characters are designed. This makes for some great erotic stories, but that’s it. I’m sure if I was a kid, I would enjoy these films more, but probably not since most of the jokes are intended for adult audiences. I also feel the same way about any other film based on a popular franchise, whether it be Scooby Doo, Garfield, The Smurfs, Yogi Bear, or what have you.
Erik Matthews: Erik Matthews is an overweight skunk with bright emerald-green eyes. He suffers from binge eating disorder due to his mother not showing him any affection during his childhood and leaving him alone to take care of his baby sister while she went off to work. Because of this, he has a strained relationship with his mother, causing him to grow resentful towards her. It took him a long time to eventually work up the courage to forgive her. His unhealthy eating habits were contributed by his depression due to being neglected and being bullied and teased at school. His depression has gotten so bad to the point where he has made multiple attempts to commit suicide. Because of the stress of having to take care of a child and stay on top of his grades, Erik started having bedwetting accidents and started wearing diapers to prevent the bed from getting wet at nighttime. He eventually got over the dilemma, but continued to wear the diapers because he enjoyed them immensely and even went as far as to request that he be treated like a baby on special occasions when he was alone with a member of the family or with a friend. Luckily, neither party had a problem with this.
Colin Phillips: Colin Phillips is a brown raccoon with white fur from his muzzle to his stomach. He has baby blue eyes. Like Erik, he enjoys eating but also enjoys athletic activities like basketball, unlike Erik. He is Erik‘s best friend. It is hinted by other characters that these two are more than just friends. While Colin denies that he has any such feelings for Erik, the fat skunk will readily admit that he has a crush on the raccoon and longs that the two of them “hook up.” Erik’s sexual attraction towards Colin stems from the fact that Colin has saved his life on multiple occasions and is the only one to have stood up for Erik when the skunk was being bullied and the only one to actually befriend the skunk and show him affection. For the longest time, Colin lived on the streets of his hometown (Vancouver, British Columbia), stealing food whenever possible in order to survive. He was eventually taken in by Erik’s family. Like Erik, he enjoys wearing diapers and being treated like a baby.
Marshmallow Matthews: Marshmallow Matthews is a white and silver-gray skunk. She has golden brown eyes. She is Erik and Colin’s little sister. As such, she is oftentimes considered the baby of the Matthews family. Due to this, she enjoys being diapered and treated like a baby. Luckily for her, her brothers and mother don’t have a problem with this. Her love for diapers and being treated like an infant stems from Erik wearing diapers to bed due to his bedwetting. She began to miss the days in which she was a baby and had nothing to worry about. She was relieved when her mother and brothers decided to start diapering her and babying her. She despises baby food, but absolutely loves a warm bottle of milk mixed with honey for sweetener. Her favorite brand of diapers are Huggies .
Renee Matthews: The mother of Erik, Colin, and Marshmallow. She is a female skunk with bright brown eyes. She works as a hair stylist at a hair salon known simply as Cost Cutters. After realizing the damage she was doing to her son and realizing that she needed to be there for her daughter and adopted son, she stopped working so many hours at the hair salon so she could spend more time with her children. Naturally, it took her a while to regain Erik’s trust. After giving her son a sincere apology, he forgives her and the two pretend as if the incident involving her working so much never happened. Upon request, she will diaper and baby her children as they wish, going as far as bottle-feeding them warm milk with honey, spoon-feeding them baby food, and changing them. Usually, she will give them a bottle of milk before putting them to bed. Other times she will rock them while bottle-feeding them, singing a lullaby, thus luring them to sleep.
Snowflake Winters: Born to Bernard and Abigail Winters, Snowflake is a snow-white skunk with silver-gray fur in place of his white stripes. Due to financial difficulties, he was taken awy from his family and put in foster care in Vancouver, B.C. While looking for a family, he attends school where he meets Marshmallow and becomes a playmate of hers. Throughout the years, the two of them grow fond f one another and eventually develop feelings for one another. While he does look exactly like Marshmallow by comparison, he exhibits a lot of Erik's features. He is very shy, yet friendly. He is chubby, but not fat. He is eventually reunited with his parents as a birthday present from Erik and Colin, and his parents allow him to stay with the Matthews due to them having more money and therefore can support him better than they can. Thanks o Marshmallow, he develops a strong love for diapers and being treated like a baby. Unlike the rest of my characters, Snowflake was created by Munk19.
Melissa Daniels: A female skunk that is Erik’s love interest. She has baby blue eyes. She starts off as one of Erik’s daily tormentors at school, but eventually develops feelings for him, feelings that he doesn’t accept until he’s convinced that she has changed her ways and wants to be his friend. It is known that she sees Colin as a potential love interest as well.
Brenda Connors: A Virginia possum that is Colin’s love interest. She has baby blue eyes. She lives in London, England with her parents. She and Colin stay in contact via email and video chatting to keep their long-distance relationship from going under. Like Colin, she extraordinarily intelligent and wishes to work in the medical field after graduating from college with a Ph. D in nursing and health. On her rare visits to Vancouver, she stays with the Matthews. It is during these visits that she spends quite a bit of time with the family, particularly Erik and Marshmallow, but goes out of her way to make sure that she and Colin can spend some alone time together before she goes back home to start school again in the fall.
Angela/Lacey Lawler: Angela and Lacey Lawler are twin sisters. They are two light yellow dogs with beige fur from their muzzles to their rumps. They are known for engaging in incest, making love to each other when bored or in the mood. Angela has blue eyes and Lacey has green eyes. Like Erik, they are both overweight and suffer from binge eating disorder. They are among Mark’s group of friends.
Mark Walters: Mark Walters is a gray rabbit with beige from his cheeks to his rump. He has brown eyes and a small patch of white fur over his chest. He has four sisters: April, Christy, Jessica, and Mary-Anne. His lover is a skunk by the name of Jeff Bonaduchi. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia with his mother, Charlotte, and his father, James. He finds his sisters annoying, but loves and cares about them all the same.
Jeff Bonaduchi: Jeff Bonaduchi is, like Erik, a very shy skunk. He has brown fur from his chest to his rump and gray fur around his muzzle and eyes. He has baby blue eyes. He is Mark’s love interest. He is very quiet and usually only confides in Mark about his true feelings. He lives with Mark and his family. As such, the two must keep their love for each other a secret since Mark’s family has stated numerous time before that they would disown both of them if they thought the two were in a sexual relationship. Unlike Mark, he enjoys spending time with Mark’s sisters, claiming that they “are sweet.”
Rita Landow: Because of being sexually abused by her father for fifteen years of her childhood, from the time she was three to the time she was eighteen, Rita Landow is extremely moody and mean-spirited. It takes her a very long time to earn someone’s trust. Because of her father, she suffers from binge eating disorder, believing that the fatter she is the less attractive she is and therefore, will make her less sexually appealing. She enjoys binge eating and being extremely fat. Like Erik and Colin, she enjoys being diapered and babied. She is known to suffer from violent mood swings and has anger issues. She oftentimes takes her anger and frustration about her father and her horrid childhood out on everyone else, including friends and family. She is known to suffer from depression on several occasions, particularly during the Christmas season. She particularly likes chicken and fish, but also loves junk food and sweets, especially chocolate. She lives with her brother and his boyfriend, going out with them on the weekends to get drunk. She is an alcoholic. It is known that she sees Colin as a potential love interest.
Tom Lnadow: Tom Landow is Rita’s fraternal twin. Like Rita, he is a red fox with beige fur from his muzzle to his rump and he has blue eyes. The only significant difference between him and Rita, aside from the difference in gender, is that his head is less round than Rita’s. He works as a technical engineer, working on computers and other electrical devices like televisions and radios. When he is not busy working or attending school, he enjoys spending time with his sister and his lover, Nathan Woods.
Nathan Woods: Nathan Woods is a brown bunny. He has light brown fur from his chest to his fluffy tail. He has dark brown paws, feet, hair, and ears. His tail is two-toned: one side is light brown and the other side is dark brown. He has two dark brown spots on either cheek and a patch of brown fur on the left side of his left eye. His pink nose is surrounded by a patch of dark brown fur. He is Tom Landow’s mate. He is an alcoholic and suffers from a sex addiction.
Natalie Woods: Natalie Woods is Nathan’s fraternal twin sister. As such, she looks exactly like her brother, but is not as sex-driven as him. She works alongside him at the supermarket known as Smart Shopper.
Brian Thompson: Brian Thompson is a prairie dog. Secretly, he has a crush on both Colin and Brenda. He lives in Toronto, Ontario with his little brother, Kyle, and parents, Sid and Sylvia. Like Jeff, he is shy and rarely speaks up about his feelings. When she is around, Brenda will act like Brian’s ventriloquist, meaning simply that he opens up more about his feelings whenever she is around him. It was a known fact that he feels very close to Brenda and feels comfortable opening up to the others with her around.
Janet Jaclyn: Janet Jaclyn is a brown beaver with beige fur from her muzzle to her rump. She has brown eyes. Like other beavers, she has a large black tail that she uses to her advantage when the occasion calls for it. Aside from the fact that she is close to Brian, Brenda, Tom, and Colin, nothing else is known about her.
Marty/Artie Trevors: Marty and Artie Trevors are two yellow chubby rabbits with beige fur from their cheeks to their fluffy tails. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with Marty, Artie suffers from autism and is Marty’s little brother. For the longest time, these two were completely unaware that they were twins because their mother had given Artie up for adoption after learning that he was autistic. As a result of this, she fell into a great depression with feelings of guilt and started doing drugs and drinking to aid her. It isn’t until he becomes certain that he has a brother that Marty goes out into the world and begins searching for Artie to bring him back home. While taking care of Artie on a daily basis, Marty struggles to also care for his mother and make sure that they are not taken away by a stalking social worker or that they lose their house due to their mother not paying bills. Occasionally, he will urge his mother to get the help she needs, but after her lashing out at him he eventually gives up and leaves her to wallow in her sorrow and misery in her bed while he goes out to look for work to make money so he can pay the bills, unfortunately having to drag Artie along with him. While he suffers a great deal of frustration from having to deal with Artie, he still loves and cares about his little brother.
Darren/Karen Phelps: Darren and Karen Phelps are Marshmallow’s supposed parents. Darren is a black and white skunk while Karen is a gray and white skunk. Karen is more outgoing than her husband. Her husband is rather shy and timid. Aside from Marshmallow [supposedly, they also have another child, Darryl, yet another skunk who is openly gay. They suspect that he may have had a sexual encounter with Colin.
Tiffany Busch: Tiffany Busch is a beige raccoon with dark brown paws, feet, mask, ringed tail, and ears. She has a dark brown stripe running from her black nose to the base of her tail. While not an official couple, she has been known to be a love interest to Colin from time to time.
Roger Johnson: Roger Johnson, like Colin, is a brown raccoon. He has a white face with black fur around his eyes. He has light brown fur from his chest to his rear. He suffers from binge eating disorder and has secret feelings for Colin.
Jerold Cuthbert: The athletic, muscular rabbit of the Cuthbert family. He loathes the name Jerold Cuthbert and instead prefers to be called J.C. Along with wrestling, he enjoys a variety of sports like weight lifting. While he may appear to have an attitude problem, he does have a good heart when the situation calls for it. Like any older brother, he picks on his little brother Cody. Like his little sister Mimi, he has no distinctive hair color, but does have blue eyes like every member of his family. He is known to risk his safety and his own life to save and protect those he loves and cares about. Being that he is the oldest member of the children, he is often times left in charge when the parents are not around.
Rebecca Cuthbert: The brainy one of the Cuthbert family. She is creative and enjoys subjects that spark her interests such as science, history, and music. After graduating from college, she wishes to be a counselor to help teenagers with their problems. Like the rest of the members of her family, she is kind-hearted and seeks to help others whenever possible. She is the most likely candidate to go to if one has a difficult issue that they themselves cannot solve. She has red hair.
Marty Cuthbert: The gay, drug junkie of the Cuthbert family. At the age of fifteen, he dropped out of high school to sell drugs in order to make money. Although a tough decision, his family disowned him and kicked him out of the house after finding out about what he did for a living. He can be shy and timid at times, but can easily overcome this with a drug exchange is being made, especially if said exchange includes money. While he does not have a mate, he has been known to get a few girls pregnant.
Cody Cuthbert: The fat one of the Cuthbert family. Based on this fact, it should be no guess to anyone that his favorite hobby is eating. He is often picked on by J.C. about his weight, but his brothers and sisters usually come to his rescue if needed. Aside from J.C., Cody is also picked on and teased at school. Unfortunately, this does not to derail his eating habits, but only increases them. On occasion, he may tell someone how he feels instead of eating his feelings. He is not suicidal in any way, but is known to become depressed if he allows one’s words to get to him too much. He has no distinctive hair color.
Mimi Cuthbert: The coy one of the Cuthbert family. She is also noted as being “the cute one.” Also, she is considered a “tease” when it comes to boys. Like her brother Marty, she is shy. She is quoted as saying, “I’ll blush and hide when someone smiles at me.” She has gray hair done in the form of a tomboyish look. She is considered the tomboy of the family and often spends her time with her brothers if not with her sisters.
Joanna Cuthbert: The pretty one of the Cuthbert family. She has yellow hair with a yellow flower pinned in it. Like the rest of her family, she has a heart of gold and is willing to go out of her way to help those in need. Given that she is pretty, she is quite popular at her school, along with her brother J.C., and has dated several boys throughout the years. She only dates people her parents approve of. Like the rest of her family, she practices abstinence. When J.C. is unavailable to do so, she looks after the children when the parents are not around.
Saul Cuthbert: The father of the Cuthbert children. Like his wife and daughter Mimi, he has gray hair, although said hair is darker than his wife’s. He works as a doctor at the Vancouver General Hospital in Vancouver, B.C., where he and his family reside with the other characters. Along with his wife, he instills Christian values and lessons in his children, teaching them to go out of their way to help others if the occasion should arise. He has been working in the medical field for the past 35 years. In his part-time, he enjoys working as a sports coach and assisting his wife with her counseling.
Serena Cuthbert: The mother of the Cuthbert children. Her hair is a lighter shade of gray than her husband’s. She works as a counselor at the high school that her children attend. Given that her daughter wants to follow in her footsteps, she is often seen coaching her daughter Rebecca in the do’s and don’ts of counseling. At the church that the family attends, she is one of the pastors and teaches as a Sunday school teacher for the little children while her husband teaches the bigger kids. She and her husband Saul had been married for over 20 years and oftentimes can be seen going out for a night on the town to enjoy each other’s company, leaving either J.C. or Joanna in charge when they are out. After their sixth child, they decided to no longer have children, feeling that six children were more than enough. Given that almost all of her children are in the same age group, she had some of them a few months apart and some about a year or so apart.
Jeremy Johnson: A fat, gray raccoon. He and Roger are not related. He has a strained relationship with his father, causing him to become angry and sometimes even abusive. He is close friends with J.C., oftentimes seen wrestling with the smaller rabbit, being careful not to physically hurt him. He has at least one girlfriend: Jennifer Crawford. He has been known to also date Tiffany Busch for a short while until Colin came onto the scene and she started dating him. Despite this fact, he is close friends with Colin, but does not much care for Erik in any way, shape, or form.
Jennifer Crawford: A fat gray raccoon that is Jeremy’s girlfriend. In spite of her boyfriend’s sometimes abusive behavior, she decides to stay with him. Whether this is because she loves him or because she fears she can do no better than him, she does not know. She is oftentimes seen with Joanna, Rebecca, Mimi, and some of the other females that attend her high school. She is close friends with Melissa Daniels and the aforementioned females. Because they are alike, she fears that J.C. may be a bad influence on Jeremy and orders the two to stay away from each other, thus creating friction not only between the two friends but also amongst the family. She is known to have secret feelings for Cody.
A/N: Yes, I know I have ridiculous amount of ideas for Alvin and the Chipmunks! I really need to stop writing so much for this franchise, and see if my OC’s will work in other universes, like Over the Hedge, Ice Age, Lilo & Stitch, etc.
Alvin and the Chipmunks
Skunks Need Love, Too: Alvin’s prank on Erik backfires when the skunk accidentally causes the Seville home to become unfit to inhabit, causing the Sevilles to look for a temporary new home until the problem is resolved.
Everything’s Better with Bunnies: The Seville family has their work cut out for them when they adopt a bunny for a pet that is a recovering sex addict.
Friends for Life: The Chipmunks and Chipettes struggle to put the pieces back together when two close friends stop speaking to each other after a heated fight.
Beautiful Dreamer: Inspired by TrueAlvonFan19’s story “Dream Lover.” Erik’s friendship with Colin is in jeopardy after the corpulent skunk begins having wet dreams and having feelings towards the raccoon that he struggles to accept.
Poetic Justice: Theodore seeks Alvin’s advice for writing poetry, but a misunderstanding causes Alvin to think that Theodore is just using him to gain success and popularity.
The Good, the Bad, and the Just Plain Ugly: Erik and Brittany find themselves at war with each other when they compete in a singing competition that offers spectacular prizes.
Heaven’s Gates and Hell’s Flames: Simon had always found himself to be an atheist. That is, until he has a near-death experience and comes face-to-face with the reality of life after death.
Beautiful: After being insulted by a potential date, Theodore struggles with his self-image. Meanwhile, Simon goes out for the wrestling team in order to shed his geeky image, and Alvin begins to wonder if maybe he’s too skinny while Eleanor tries to become a model.
Every Picture Tells a Story: Simon discovers Alvin’s talent for drawing and encourages his brother to become a professional.
Rappin’ for Christ: Disliking the direction in which the group is taking, Theodore decides to go solo and try his hand at rapping. Unfortunately, his first single doesn’t go over to well for him.
Overnight Success: Theodore catches the flu. He gets better, but Alvin and Simon catch it just before the night of a big concert. It’s up to Theodore to rally up a band. But when the band becomes successful, Theodore must decide whether or not he should stay with his brothers or go with the band.
Pop Goes the Chipmunk: Fed up with Alvin always teasing him about his weight, Theodore decides that he’s had enough and with Simon’s help, fattens the red-clad chipmunk up.
See as I See: Alvin and Simon bond after Alvin is forced to wear glasses after a freak accident leaves him temporarily blind, allowing him to get a taste of what it’s like to be a blind kid and picked on and teased.
Wrestling with God: Unable to sleep, Simon goes for a walk throughout the neighborhood and meets a man who challenges him to a wrestling match.
I Just Want to be Your Teddy Bear: A friend of Dave’s visits the family, but Theodore remembers things about him, dark things in the back of his mind that he could never forget.
Race Riot: Racism and tension break out when the school’s drama club announces that its next play will be “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
In the Deep South: Simon is branded a racist after he flat-out refuses to date a black girl, leading to the Chipmunks and Chipettes becoming social outcasts.
Culture Shock: After the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, the students of Thomas Edison Middle School cry out in protest over a group of Muslim children joining their school, leading many to believe that the children have some misconceptions about Muslims and Islam. To correct this, the school administers a week in which the students are given the chance to live in a different students’ life so they can appreciate people of different backgrounds.
Sick of Living (Or, How to Love a Skunk): Theodore befriends a lonely, depressed, suicidal skunk who is a social outcast, much to Alvin and Simon’s chagrin. But, what happens when the skunk develops feelings for a certain brown raccoon, a raccoon that is of the popular clique?
Welcome: Simon conducts a science experiment to see if people of different species and social and cultural backgrounds can live in a house as a family together.
Smooth Operator: When they are paired up for a science project, Alvin and Jeanette develop feelings for each other, and Jeanette struggles to make a choice between Alvin and Theodore.
The Ultimate Prankster: Sick and tired of Alvin’s pranks, Theodore and Simon decide to prank him back, but Theodore fears that they may have gone too far with it.
Brotherly Love: Theodore wants to play a game with Alvin, one that quickly gets out of hand.
Weight for Me: Simon enlists the help of Alvin and Theodore to see how weight affects peoples’ moods differently, but the experiment goes awry when both boys become addicted to their new lifestyles.
Theodore, We Hardly Knew You: Wrought with grief and guilt, Alvin blames himself for the fact that Theodore is now dead and gone. Can his family and friends help him to forgive himself and get out of his funk?
Open Wounds: Inspired by Genicise1275’s story “Dave’s Worst Nightmare.” Theodore falls into a deep depression after becoming the target of bullying, thus shattering his self-esteem.
Perfect: Alvin’s self-confidence and self-esteem undergoes a shattering blow when he develops a bad habit of comparing himself to Simon and others.
Angels Among Us: A severe blow to the head causes Alvin to believe that he is a messenger sent from God, and his behavior undergoes a drastic change because of it. His family and friends like this new Alvin, but struggle to make the decision of whether or not they should try to get him back to the way he was before.
Grounded Chipmunk: Alvin is left at home alone while Simon and Theodore go to an amusement park and Dave goes to work. The family comes to terms in understanding how serious Alvin’s monophobia is after he ends up in the hospital when he has an anxiety attack.
Underappreciated: Feeling unloved and unappreciated, Simon decides to run away from home in search of a loving family. It’s up to Alvin and Theodore to track him down and bring him back home, but the question is will they succeed?
Analysis of Alvin: Alvin goes to a psychologist to discuss certain issues he has with his family.
Living with Autism: The Sevilles bond with a young rabbit and his autistic little brother while Alvin helps Simon make a documentary on autism.
No One Would Tell: After a harsh break-up with Brittany, Alvin searches for a new flame, and he finds one in a beautiful red fox. However, Brittany soon realizes her mistake and goes to reconcile, but finds that Alvin doesn’t want out of his new relationship. That is, until her abusive side reaches the surface. AlvinxRita
Screams of Silence, Cries Unheard: The Story of Rita Landow: After escaping from her abusive father, a red fox struggles to find peace and purpose in her life while living with her gay brother and his boyfriend. Possibly AlvinxRita
Prayers for Simon Seville: A devout chipmunk becomes an activist for gay rights after his older brother commits suicide.
Cyber Seduction: Simon struggles with academics and extra-curricular activities after a friend introduces him to online pornography.
Losing Faith in Faith: From Christian to Atheist: A devout chipmunk has bouts about his faith after a close friend is murdered.
Life after Death: While having lunch, Simon and Theodore have an in-depth conversation about their views on the afterlife.
About Last Night . . .: Simon awakes one morning with a massive headache and an unpleasant feeling in his lower regions and struggles to recap what happened the previous evening that led up to such an awkward situation. SimonxColin
Hurt: Feeling like he was causing more harm to good to his family, Alvin has bouts with voices and disturbing dreams and begins to wonder if maybe his family would be happier without him in their lives.
Down on the Farm: For the summer, the Chipmunks and Chipettes travel to a farm to learn about hard work.
Pink Guitar: With nothing but a guitar and a few wads of cash, Jeanette travels to Nashville, TN to see if she can achieve success as a country music star.
Worthless: Alvin overhears that Dave and Clare are planning on having a baby, causing him to feel like a failure and to question his worth to the family.
Didn’t We Almost Have It All: Simon Seville’s life was perfect. He had a high-paying job, a good wife, but then all of that went away within the blink of an eye when he ended up in a car accident that cost him his ability to walk. Now condemned to being paralyzed for the rest of his life, Simon struggles to figure out how to move on with his life and marriage.
Break Me: It was just another harmless prank . . . until someone took it too far.
Fool Me, Kiss Me, Hurt Me, Heal Me: Alvin’s heart is broken after he mistakenly believes that a girl is in love with him.
One for the Money, Two for the Show: The boys start their own radio show to help troubled teens, but Simon and Theodore begin to question Alvin’s motives when he begins charging people for their services.
The Sitter: Theodore gets the surprise of his life when he spends the weekend with an eccentric babysitter, and finds out that he likes what he finds.
Forever Young: Feeling like he is growing up too fast, Alvin makes a bizarre request on his sixteenth birthday.
One of the Boys: Eleanor fights against the school for discrimination when she is denied a spot on the boys’ football team after trying out.
Over the Hedge
Could This be Love?: A one night stand between RJ and Heather leads to something so much more, and the two struggle with the task of telling Ozzie about their newfound love for each other.
Fun with Friends: Heather desperately wants a mother and goes to Stella for help, but gets more than she bargained for when Stella kisses her intentionally, leading to a romantic afternoon for the two of them, and things get extra steamy when RJ and Ozzie catch them in the act.
Coming Clean: All these years, Abby Mallard has been saying that Chicken Little should deal with his problems by talking them out with his father. However, that’s not how she deals with her own abusive father.
Quality Time with Mommy and Daddy: Thumper and Flower come home from school one day to find Thumper’s parents in the throes of passion and lovemaking. Before they can go the other way and begin working on homework, they are shocked and surprised to find that Thumper’s parents actually want the two of them to join them!
Adventures in Babysitting: Thumper’s parents are out for the evening and Thumper and Flower are forced to babysit Thumper’s little sisters. When one asks where babies come from, Flower suggests that he and Thumper show them exactly how instead of just telling them.
The Fox and the Hound
Closer to You: Feeling restless, Todd goes to visit Copper, only to find that the young pup can’t sleep himself. The two go for a walk to clear their heads in hopes that it will help make them sleepy, but find that a starry evening can be quite romantic.
Finally Found What I’m Looking For: Set after “Movin’ Out (Brian’s Song).”After losing Jillian, Brian is nervous about playing the field again. Online dating leads him to a red fox that just might his one true love, but there’s a catch: She has a fat fetish.
Less of a Dog: Set after “Screwed the Pooch.” What if Brian had actually been neutered that day? Would Peter’s worst fears come true?
Dog’s Delight: Brian becomes addicted to a new brand of dog food that Lois buys at the store, and the family is shocked when they figure out why.
Gettin’ Feisty: Porkchop is reluctant to let a soaked Stinky spend the night with him on a rainy evening, but when he does he learns that the feisty feline isn’t as bad as he once thought.
Father’s Day: It’s Father’s Day and Roger is spending the day thinking about his father and recollecting on his childhood. When Patti invites him to go to the father/son cookout in the park, he is reluctant to do so, but finds a father figure in Mr. Funnie.
The Lion King
Whiskey Lullaby: Timon’s mother struggles with depression and alcoholism after Uncle Max passes away, leaving Timon in a tough spot as to go about coping with the changes in his life and how to go about moving on with his life.
Something More: Set after “Cartman Finds Love.” Kyle can’t forget about what Cartman said to him. He questions his relationship with the Jew-hating boy and wonders if maybe or not if there is something more between them.
Lilo & Stitch
The Way We Get By: Lilo told Stitch that “it was raining and they went for a drive.” But what really happened on that tragic night? A Nani/Lilo one-shot.
TOTAL STORIES (INCLUDING ONES ALREADY WRITTEN): 92
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