Toadette's Sweet Adventure

By Yoshizilla-Rhedosaurus

Yoshizilla-Rhedosaurus: Yet another fanfic. But hey, I like platformers, can you blame me for the platforming fanfics? Enjoy!

Toadette was giggling with joy as she bounced up and down excitedly. It was her birthday today, and nothing seemed to have gone wrong. The sky was clear blue, the clouds were nice, round, and puffy, and the grass was greener than usual, the wind blowing a nice cool breeze as the warm weather made the birthday party more enjoyable. Toadette had loads and loads of presents for her, and she had a lot of sweets, to top it off was a huge, pink strawberry cake that was specifically made for Toadette.

Toadette opened her eyes as she clapped her hands together. "Oh man, I've been looking forward to this for a long time! Time for some c-"

A light brown colored wooden boy bumped into Toadette, knocking her on the grass. Toadette groaned as she rubbed her butt, getting back up as the wooden boy shook, a look of fright on his face.

"Help, help, oh we need help!" He stuttered as he shook his rectangular head, trembling, "Ooooh, this is bad, bad, bad!"

Toadette folded her arms, tilting her head to the right. "What's up, Mr. Wood?" She asked as she blinked several times.

The wooden boy shook his hands as he pleaded to Toadette, "Oh, we need help! Our peaceful home in the Mushroom Gorge has been invaded by mechanical creatures! It's very bad! They're turning us into objects!"

Toadette eyed the wooden boy oddly. "Aren't you an object, technically...?"

The wooden boy stared back at Toadette. "Well... errr... uhhh... good point..."

Awkward silence. Toadette's stomach growled, prompting Toadette to giggle in embarrassment as she held her stomach with both of her hands.

"Well, I'd love to help you and your ploy, but I'm pretty hungry," Toadette replied as she waved to the wooden boy, "I'm gonna have some birthday cake now. Bye bye!"

The wooden boy was in shock. He then threw a brief tantrum as he grabbed Toadette and held her above him, running towards the eastern direction, down the grassy hill. Toadette screamed in protest as she tried to break free, being robbed the dignity of celebrating her own birthday.