Okay, time to gush. Look at that cute, little smile! He is so content right now. Edd finds that it wasn’t so bad sleeping out in the wilderness.
Until an atrocious smell enters his nostrils.
So, there has to be a backstory for how the Eds ended up this way during the night.
First thing I’d like to point out is the way Edd and Eddy are positioned. Eddy was clearly trying to sleep on top of that uncomfortable rock. I’m not sure where Edd was going to make his bed for the night but I’d like to think he would have made it around the fireflies.
This scene has so many what if moments. Even though the confession scene ended up getting cut it doesn’t mean that the friends didn’t have a serious talk when we cut away from them.
This little moment is also a callback to when the Eds used to playfully dog pile on one another.
The dog pile is my favorite thing about the Eds friendship and I’m so sad that it disappeared in the later half of the series. The dog pile signified how close they are as friends. That’s why they don’t do it as much in the later series. Their friendship was starting to go down the drain, but stayed together no matter what.
I love fanfiction that writes about what could have happened during this scene. Eddy is afraid of the dark and he’s gone through one of the biggest emotional journeys out of the three. Edd has his hand placed in comforting way near Eddy. Maybe Eddy got scared of the dark during the night and set himself up closer to the fireflies.
Want a silly ficlet? Well, here we go! X3 This idea and a certain image just wouldn’t leave my mind. So I had to get it all out and share it with you guys! Especially since it consists of precious our gay babies in complete denial. XD
After school on Fridays, the boys liked to sometimes hang out at one another’s houses and shoot the breeze. Today happened to be at Kevin’s house, since his father and girlfriend were currently out for the evening. They all sat about, talking about what was on their minds, having a pleasant afternoon to unwind after yet another school week.
“Can you guys believe the prom’s coming up?” Jonny
piped up excitedly with a grin. He looked at Plank, then made a face. “Plank!
Do you really have to say things like that?!”
Kevin shrugged a little, sipping from his juicebox. “Yeah,
it’s just too bad I broke up with Mabel a while back. Could’ve been fun to go
“Rolf knows very well what you would rather do,
Kevin!” Rolf declared. “A certain lovely dame with hair of gold corn?”
A blush coated Kevin’s cheeks, a ghost of a smile
tracing his lips. “Shut up, man… No way Nazz wants to go with me.”
Ed snickered from where he sat, “That’s not what she
“Shut up Dork,” Kevin said with a mock scowl,
snickering. Dork may have once been an insult coming from him, but became a term
of endearment over the years. “Least you got May to go with!”
“Yes I do,” Ed smiled dreamily.
“We’re just gonna go stag,” Eddy put in from where
he sat with an arm around Edd’s shoulders.
Jonny snorted, as did Kevin.
“Wouldn’t you Ed boys accompany the Kanker dames?”
Rolf wondered, tilting his head.
Edd shook his head, “No, they already have fine
young men escorting them.”
“Even if they didn’t, no way! We ain’t givin’ em
ideas,” Eddy stated, making a face. “Lee’s not that bad nowadays, but still!
Marie, on the other hand…”
“Now Eddy, I’ll have you know that Marie has been friendlier
to me these days,” Edd chastised, but was still smiling.
“Whatever, Sockhead.” Eddy chuckled, grinning back
They gazed at one another for a few moments, tender
smiles on their faces and warmth in their eyes. After a few moments, Edd then
lay his head against Eddy’s shoulder, earning absolutely no resistance in response.
“Man, no wonder they gave up on you guys,” Kevin
snickered, shaking his head in amusement.
“I know, right?” Jonny agreed, winking at Plank.
“What’s THAT supposed to mean?” Eddy asked, looking suspicious.
So my husband is taking a shit, and he has one of those moments. When you roll a natural 20 on perception, but there’s nothing to perceive. So instead, god burdens you with some kind of awful, terrible observation.
He stumbles out into the living room, pulling his pants up, and blurts: