Title: Appropriate Stories
Disclaimer: "Gargoyles" and other related characters are all properties of Disney, and other related corporations. No infringement is intended. This story, such as it is, was written as a sign of respect and love for the characters, the show, and their creator. I claim no ownership of the aforementioned show and characters.
Summary: (100 Word Drabble) Puck tells ten-year-old Alex Xanatos an 'interesting' story about his father.
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"Alex, did I ever tell you about an 'alligator suitcase' on a transcontinental flight a few years ago?"
"Uncle Puck... Do I even want to know?"
"Probably not, Alex. I mean, it would just give you some blackmail material on your father. You probably wouldn't want to..."
"Hey, hey... I'm listening."
"Well, it was twelve years ago -- before your parents were married. Apparently one of your father's... acquaintances..."
"Someone he had screwed in some business deal?"
"Well, her name was Jennifer..."
"Owen, we need to have a talk about what stories are appropriate for telling my ten-year-old son."