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More Warm Bodies AU for you (especially you, @feverwildehopps ;D). 

This is pretty much part two of the balcony scene artwork that Emery and I collaborated on (*cough* which you should totally click right here and check it out because she did an amazing job *cough*).   

And if anyone wants to know which Warm Bodies scene this is from, you can watch it right here

I hope you guys enjoy! ❤︎🎃


George Harrison, best man at Joe Brown’s 2000 wedding (Olivia and Dhani were of course also in attendance), with Henry Gross, Roger Glover, Jon Lord, Alvin Lee, Jim Marshall, Burt Weedon and, of course, Joe

Photos: Judy Totton/REX

“Joe Brown may have been raised in London but he’s very much part of the local scene now, and as he was best friends with George Harrison (George was best man at Brown’s second marriage in 2000) there can surely be no better man to ask whether the town should erect a memorial to the late great musician?

‘Personally, I think that man deserves all the accolades in the world,’ he says. ‘He was one of the nicest men I’ve ever met in my life. He was one of my best friends, and I miss him very much indeed.

‘But a lot of it depends on what the memorial would be like. I think George — and I’m guessing here — would probably like a memorial, but not a statue. He was very modest.’” - Henley Standard, 19 November 2012

“Joe [Brown] was headlining gigs that featured the Fab Four as a support act and he became firm friends with George Harrison. It was George who was best man at Joe’s second marriage in 2000 and Joe played on two of the former Beatles’ albums.

[…] ‘George was a lovely man and I still miss him terribly. We always play one of his songs in our shows,’ he says, with emotion in his voice.

‘He is one of those guys who stays with you – I still find it difficult to think of him in the past tense.‘” - Gloucestershire Echo, 19 May 2014

How Foxes Feed their Kits

Nick and Judy: *Watching a documentary video on foxes*

“After one month, the kits feed on regurgitated food that their parents bring back for them..”

Judy: Eeeeewww! Nick that’s gross!

Nick: No it’s not.

Judy: Nick you’re feeding them digested food!

Nick: Only partially digested.

Judy: Please…just…I better not see you feeding your kits like this.

Nick: Every fox does it. It’s natural.

Judy: Uuugh….

@feverwildehopps @trashasaurusrex

Judy Poovey lived a couple of doors down from me and seemed to think that because she was from Los Angeles we had a lot in common. She cornered me in hallways; tried to make me dance at parties; had told several girls she was going to sleep with me, only in less delicate terms. She had wild clothes, frosted hair and a red Corvette with California plates bearing the legend JUDY P. Her voice was loud and rose frequently to a screech, which rang through the house like the cries of some terrifying tropical bird.

‘Take A Stand’ a Zootopia/Robin Hood fanfiction Chapter 2 by CreweFox (AKA Garouge Faux)

Chapter 2- What’s worse than a Hangover?


Most mammals are woken up by a sound or someone gently shaking their shoulder but this morning Judy Hopps was awoken by a smell, a scent that she knew all too well and one that made her heart beat just a little bit faster every time she sniffed it. Violets; that was the scent what she was smelling and since she grew up in a family where plant husbandry was essential she knew it the second her nose came into contact with it, however violets bore a very strong resemblance to red fox musk whereas arctic foxes’ musk was clearly vanilla. Judy breathed in the smell of violets and muttered in a barely audible voice “…Nick.” 

But as soon as she spoke all of her others senses came crashing into focus like some horrible car wreck. She fluttered her amethyst eyes open only to snap them shut when the burning light hit them, her usually silky soft grey fur felt sweaty and rough, all she could hear was irritating ringing in her ears likely an after effect of the loud nightclubs last night and all she could taste was the lingering and disgusting flavour of vomit but all of that paled in comparison to the agonising jack hammer sensation of her pulsing headache “Oh sweet cheese and crackers, not again.” the hungover rabbit groaned with regret. Judy dared to open one eye to get a grasp of where she was, thankfully she recognised that she was laying on the sofa in Nick’s apartment, with great effort she turned her gaze to coffee table in front of her where a plastic bucket was placed, a bottle of water and a pack of aspirin. Judy saw the aspirin and instantly thought Thank heavens! Although when she sat up she noticed she was not dressed in her normal pyjamas but in one of Nick’s ghastly green shirts and only that, in a panic she peeked under the shirt to realise she was wearing no underwear. “Where are my panties?!” She gasped loudly resulting in a surge of pain from her headache.


“In the dryer.” A smug voice answered.


Judy looked across the open plan living room/kitchen to see Nick standing at the kitchen counter holding a mug of coffee, he was dressed in a pair of black sweatpants and a navy ‘ZPD’ t shirt and on his face was the most satisfied smirk Judy had ever seen. “N-Nick what am I doing in your apartment?” Judy asked through a strained and painful haze.


Nick giggled before saying “Oh Carrots have I got a tale for you.”



“Sorry Wilde,” Delgato opened before looking down “but I can’t throw in her in the drunk tank.” Nick followed the Lion’s gaze and felt a mix of amusement, embarrassment and worry all in one second. Handcuffed to Delgato’s wrist was Judy, her eyes barely open, swaying to and fro, reeking of alcohol, she was dressed in a black skirt with a pink t shirt with the words ‘Francine’s bachelorette entourage!’ and to top it off there was a small orange traffic cone placed on her head.

“Heeeeey N-nick, look at me I’m the vodka wiiiiitch!” Judy slurred, flaying her hands like she was casting some spell.

“Oh what fresh hell is this?” Nick groaned.

 “Me and Wolford found her in Sahara square chasing down trying to arrest a Wallaby for pick pocketing, luckily the Wallaby ran right into me and I cuffed him but I still had this little grey party animal to contend with.” Delgato explained. “Wolford’s outside ready to take the Wallaby to lock up but I need to get rid of this witch.”

 “Are yo-ou guys talk-HIC-ing about meeeee?” Judy hiccupped, almost stumbling over.

 “I’m sorry Nick but I couldn’t just leave her like this and your apartment was closer than hers.” Delgato apologised, uncuffing Judy from his wrist.

 “No you did the right thing bringing her here, I owe ya buddy.” Nick thanked the tall Lion, as he gently placed his paw on Judy’s shoulder and guided her into the apartment.

 “Good luck Wilde, you’re going to need it.” Delgato said as he walked back down the hallway.

 Nick closed the door and turned to Judy with a sigh “You didn’t take advice about drinking water and food before booze, did you?”

 “Nope!” Judy replied with the cheekiest grin she could pull, still swaying.

 “What happened to the others? Why were you on your own?”  Nick asked, sounding more like a parent telling off their child than a best friend.

 “Well DAAAAD! We were in a n-nightclub and I spotted this Wallllllllaby stealing stuff off drunk mammals HIC! And I was all like ‘Uh-uh not on my w-watch’ so I chased him outside until we bumped into Delgato and Wolford.” The drunk Judy recalled defiantly.

 “Even when you’re partying Officer Fluff is still on duty.” Nick couldn’t help but smile. “What’s with traffic cone?”

 “I told you I’m the v-vodka witch!” Judy announced in overly dramatic voice “And this is my witch’s hat.”

 “Where did you get it?” Nick asked going over to the fridge and retrieving a bottle of water for Judy.

 “Ummmm…I can’t remember.”   Judy slurred.

 Nick shook his head and handed Judy the bottle of water and said “Drink up carrots.”

 “Why?” Judy asked, unscrewing the cap and taking a good glug.

 “Because you’re going to feel worse when you wake up if you don’t, now drink that and you’re going to sleep.” Nick said, still half asleep “I’ll get you a pillow and a blanket.”

 Judy pounced suddenly and wrapped her arms around Nick’s chest “But Niiiiiiiick, I don’t wanna go to sleep yet!” Judy whined like a small child “Let’s order take out!”

 “It’s nearly 5.30 am.” Nick pointed out, successfully hiding his embarrassment of having Judy so close to him.

 “Breakfast takeout then!” Judy giggled before burying her face into Nick’s furry chest “Mmm, soft.” She said dreamily.

 “Uh Carrots?” Nick sounded, losing his composure slightly.

 Judy continued to rub her face into Nick’s chest before taking a big old sniff, she looked up at the flustered Nick with a mischievous glint in her eye and said “I’ll make you a deal, I w-will go to sleep if you are my pillow.”

 “Well, Um, I, eh, that wouldn’t…” Nick babbled in an uncharacteristic manner.

 But before another word could be uttered Judy let go of Nick and ran towards the bathroom with her paw covering her mouth, she was barely out of Nick’s sight when he heard her wretch and gag. Nick dashed after her and nearly stepped in a puddle of barf, he was met with a scene of Judy with her head in the toilet throwing up and the traffic cone that was on her head was now tossed on the white tiled floor, however there was also other little puddles of vomit from where she missed the toilet. Nick tip toed over the barf and knelt beside Judy and held back her ears so she wouldn’t get them covered with sick, as she wretched Nick noticed that she had also thrown up all over her clothes, he rolled his eyes and said “Well this is a pleasant wake up call.”

 “I’m sorry Nick.” Judy panted, even though she was blind drunk Nick could tell she was being sincere.

 “It’s alright Carrots.” Nick assured. It was another ten minutes before Judy finished vomiting, Nick handed her a pair of his boxers and his favourite green shirt for her to change into, there was no way he was going to let her sleep in barf soaked clothes.

 However whilst Nick was setting up the sofa for the inebriated bunny to sleep on Judy wandered back into the living room wearing the shirt but it was unbuttoned leaving her naked form on show “Thanks for lending me this.” Judy gave a sozzled smile.

 Nick turned to see her and nearly had a heart attack, there she was the mammal he loved most in the world naked and alluring…and way too drunk. Nick did the right thing and turned his back to her and nearly shouted “Judy why aren’t you dressed properly!?”

 “Well the boxers kept falling down and I can’t button this damn shirt.” Judy replied, seemingly not caring that her body was exposed. “Nick can you help button this?”

 “What?!” He squeaked like a nervous teenager.

 “I’m too tired and too hammered to do it…plus you get a free peep show.” Judy teased in a drunken yet sultry voice.

 “Judy.” Nick breathed, this was getting too much, he could feel the skin under his fur heating up. Just do it Nick, just help her get dressed and put her to bed he told himself. Nick quickly went over to the drunken bunny and swiftly fastened the buttons on the shirt.

 “Thanks.” She grinned before going over to sofa and crashing onto it, she positioned the pillow under her head and whispered “Night Nick.”

 Nick put a blanket over her and whispered back “Goodnight sweetheart.” And walked away with his heart still racing and picturing Judy’s beautiful body as he left the room, maybe cleaning up the mess in bathroom would calm him down




“No.” Judy uttered, she wasn’t sure what she would die of first; her hangover or her embarrassment.

“Yes.” Nick smirked, pouring Judy a cup of coffee.

 “No, no, no.” Judy groaned covering her eyes with her long velvety ears.

 “Oh yes, yes, yes.” Nick smiled smoothly, placing the coffee mug on the table in front of her alongside the asprin, water bottle and bucket.

 “Delgato cuffed me, I had a traffic cone on my head, I tried to use you as a pillow, threw up everywhere and I…I strutted around naked…kill me now.” Judy whined, the thumping ache in her head was growing worse and worse.

 “That’s the top and bottom of it Fluff.” Nick summed up.

 “I am so sorry Nick, let me drink this coffee then I’ll clean up the mess I made.” Judy offered, wanting to atone for being such a pain.

 “Already done Carrots,” Nick eased “listen take the asprin, enjoy your coffee and I’ll make you a hangover cure breakfast after I have a shower, how does that sound?”

 Despite feeling rubbish and gross Judy softly smiled at her dumb fox and replied shyly “That sounds great…and thanks, you know, for taking care of me.”

 “Anytime Vodka Witch.” He joked before heading off to the now clean and vomit free bathroom.

 Judy picked up the bottle of Asprin and retrieved two tablets, popped them in her mouth and washed them down with a huge swig of water from the bottle Nick left out. He’s so nice Judy’s mind wandered as she picked up the mug of coffee and breathed in the deep comforting smell of the beverage he could’ve called me a cab and sent me home but no, he took care of me, he held my ears back when I was sick, he put my clothes in the laundry, made sure I was hydrated, left out asprin for me…Nick, why are you so good to me? Is it because we’re partners? Because we’re friends? Or is it more? Stop it Judy, just drink your coffee. Judy’s train of thought often travelled to this subject and it always made her confused and melancholy. Plus it hurt to think at this moment of time with her hangover, she shook off the thought and decided to distract herself, she picked up the TV remote resting on the arm of the sofa and turned on the TV. The TV screen lit up and showed the ZNN channel, the smartly dressed Snow Leopard news anchor Fabine Growley and her Moose co-anchor Peter Moosebridge were sat at the desk reading off the latest developments in the city.

 “And our top story this morning is that 5 million dollars has been stolen from a security van in Tundra town last night during a daring heist,” The Snow Leopard read out, the news of the crime made Judy’s ears stand up “but in a surprising twist the assailants proceeded to throw all the money off the tallest building in Tundra Town’s most impoverished neighbourhood, this is believed to be the work of the M.M gang who have commited two similar crimes in last couple of weeks, we’ve reached out to the ZPD for a comment but declined to release a statement.” Judy let out a “Hmm” noise upon hearing that last sentence, it seemed odd to her that Chief Bogo wouldn’t release a statement on such a high profile case but her head hurt too much to dwell on it.

 “In other news two high profile public figures have declared they are running for mayor,” Moosebridge announced, a picture of elderly tanned fur Wolf and a younger Wolverine showed up above the newsreader’s shoulder “seasoned councilman and civil rights campaigner Trevor Moon and the young District Attorney Raymond Bastille have both thrown their hats into the ring with the election just four months away Zootopia’s citizens are eager to see a new mayor elected since the city has been without a mayor since the Night Howler incident.”


 The sharp rasping knock at the front door felt like a hammer blow to Judy’s already splitting head, she got up off the sofa with a pained and peeved expression on her face and made her way to the door.

 KNOCK KNOCK! The visitor repeated sending another jolt of pain through her cranium “Oh sweet cheese and crackers, I’m coming, jeez, give me a sec.” she shouted her frustration, wanting the mammal on the other side to know she was pissed. She unlocked the door and turned the handle but when she opened the door Judy felt a few feelings wash over; surprise, confusion and jealousy. There in the doorway stood a red furred vixen who looked to be in her late thirties to early forties and she was stunning; her fur was well groomed and shiny, she had navy blue eyes and was dressed in a black leather jacket with a lilac blouse underneath and wearing grey skinny jeans, to top it off it off she wore a purple choker with a glimmering sapphire at it’s centre. As you may guess quite a few thoughts raced through Judy’s mind; Who is this is? Oh my gosh she’s gorgeous! Is she Nick’s girlfriend? Is this the woman he was supposed to meet today? But before she could think anymore or even say a word something Judy wasn’t expecting happened.

 The Vixen rushed in and wrapped Judy in a tight hug surprising the Bunny “It’s you,” The Vixen smiled, pulling back to see the bewildered look on Judy’s face “so you’re Judy, it is so nice to finally meet you my dear.”

 All the emotions Judy was feeling could only be voiced as an “Uhhh.”

 “Rough night dear?” The Vixen asked in warm voice getting up and walking into the kitchen area “Never you mind, I’ll rustle you up some breakfast.”

 Judy followed the Vixen into the kitchen and watched with confusion as the red furred beauty got the frying pan out of the cupboard, placed it on the stove and poured some olive oil into the pan. She knows where everything is, so she’s been here before, has she spent the night here before? Judy’s mind racked, her hangover making everything seem hazy. “I’m sorry but who are you?” Judy asked, letting her jealousy peek out a little in her voice.

 “Oh wherever are my manners; I’m Marian.” The Vixen smiled kindly, seemingly not noticing Judy’s icy stare or tone, Judy noticed Marian’s accent wasn’t local but it was very refined and fancy.

 “And how do you know Nick?” Judy questioned, crossing her arms and trying to look intimidating.

 Marian let out a little titter before opening the fridge and retrieving some veggies “Let me guess, Nick hasn’t told you about me? It’s to be expected really; he’s always been guarded when it comes to his personal life.” Marian explained, grabbing the chopping board and a knife from a nearby draw.

 Judy was about to probe further when Nick appeared from the hallway and gasped “Mom!”

 “Morning my little kit.” Marian beamed.

 “Mom?” Judy uttered, her eyes darting between Marian and Nick, there was no way this Vixen was old enough to be Nick’s mother. Her ears went droopy as she looked back at Marian and asked anxiously “You’re Nick’s Mom?”

 “Did I not say that? I’m sorry my dear I thought I did,” Marian apologised stepping over to the stunned Judy “let me try again; hello I’m Marian Wilde, Nick’s mother.”

 “I’m so sorry ma’am!” Judy said quickly and with dismay “I didn’t know who you were.”

 “Sorry? Whatever for?” Marian asked, grinning slightly at the panicky rabbit.

 “I was so rude when you knocked the door and afterwards, I’m sorry Mrs. Wilde.” Judy rushed apology, nervously tugging on one of her ears.

 Marian let out another gentle laugh before saying “My dear Judy you have nothing to be sorry about, and it’s Miss not Mrs actually don’t call me Miss it makes me feel old, it’s Marian.”

 Old? Are you kidding me she looks barely older than Nick? Judy thought before offering “Let me help you make breakfast.”

 “You relax, I don’t mind cooking plus it’s not every day I get to make breakfast for Nick’s girlfriend.” Marian assured, as she continued to slice some mushrooms.

 “Mom!” Nick barked with embarrassment “Judy’s my friend.”

 Judy’s ears shot up and all her fur stood on end She thinks we’re a couple!!! She thought, not sure whether she should feel happy or not about that “Me and Nick are partners and best friends, that’s all.” Judy clarified, sounding nervous.

 Marian looked at Judy and grinned “Judy you look like you’ve been up all night, your fur is ruffled up, you’re in my son’s apartment and to top it off you’re only wearing his favourite shirt. Are you sure you want to keep up this pretence of being ‘Friends’?”

 Judy looked down at herself and realised how it must look She thinks I spent the night with Nick!? “I can explain this!” Judy nearly shrieked causing her to twinge a little with pain.

 “Mom stop teasing her, she went out with the girls from the precinct last night and crashed on my couch.” Nick explained.

 “So you’re not seeing each other?” Marian huffed, clearly disappointed “What a shame.”

 “Not that I’m not glad to see you, but what are you doing here?” Nick asked going over to his slightly shorter mother and kissing her on the cheek.

 “You were supposed to be taking me out to brunch.” Marian reminded.

 “Sorry, I got side tracked with Carrots here.” Nick apologised, nodding at the bashful bunny.

 “Not to worry, I can make you both something while I’m here.” Marian replied.

 Nick looked back at Judy and said “Your clothes are washed and dried, I’ve left them out in the bathroom. Why don’t you take a shower whilst I help my Mom with breakfast.”

 Judy nodded, glad for the excuse to walk away from the embarrassing situation and compose herself “Ok.” Judy agreed before making her way to the bathroom.

 When Marian heard the bathroom door shut she said to her son “You were right.”

 “About what?” Nick asked.

 “She is beautiful.” Marian smiled knowingly, loving the flustered look on her kit’s face.




Judy enjoyed the warm and relaxing shower but even though her body felt better her mind was still going at break neck speed, as she stepped out of the shower and began to dry herself her mind wandered I can’t believe that’s Nick’s Mom, I was such a jerk to her to! She’s so young, was she a teenager when she had Nick? I can’t believe she thought I was Nick’s girlfriend…that did feel nice though. Wait a sec, she didn’t seem to mind that I was a Bunny, does that mean Nick’s dated mammals who weren’t his species before? Judy stop it, you’re just going to make yourself sad. Just get dressed, go eat breakfast and talk to her, it isn’t like she’s scary; she’s really nice.

 Judy quickly got changed back into the black skirt and pink ‘Francine’s Bachelorette Entourage’ t shirt that were freshly laundered, she hopped up and sat on the edge of the sink so that she was eye level with the mirror, she straightened out her fur and made sure she looked her best after her ghastly introduction to Marian. “You can do this Judy,” the 25 year old psyched herself up “she’s nice and she seems to like you, just go out there and make a good impression.” 

 Judy jumped down and opened the door to hallway to be met with a pleasurable mixture of smells wafting up her twitching pink nose, she smelled the unmistakable scent of fried vegetables, without knowing it her pace quickened and she rushed back into the open plan living room/kitchen to see that Nick and Marian were sitting at the kitchen worktop ready to tuck into their late morning feast. “There she is, the prettiest bunny in Zootopia.” Marian cooed as she saw the fresh faced bunny.

 “Mom quit embarrassing her,” Nick played down “come sit down Carrots Mom’s made her special hangover cure fried breakfast.”

 Judy climbed up onto the kitchen stool and looked upon the fat heavy, headache killing, carb-a-rific veggie breakfast she was about to consume. To start off we had fried tomatoes with fried mushrooms, then a large portion of baked beans soaked in Worcestershire sauce, a couple of tofu sausages and two cakes of bubble and squeak (To all non UK & Irish readers bubble and squeak is a fried potato cake with cabbage in it, it’s an awesome hangover cure-G.FAUX)  “This looks amazing.” Judy complimented as she looked at the mouth-watering dish.

 “Oh dear you’re just saying that.” Marian feigned shyness, taking a bite of some fried mushrooms from her own plate.

 “I’m serious Miss Wil- I’m sorry Marian, this breakfast is lovely.” Judy corrected herself before taking a mouthful of beans.

 “Carrots is always honest, so when she says your cooking is lovely she means it.” Nick added, chomping on his bubble and squeak.

 “Now that’s a cute nickname; Carrots.” Marian commented.

 “He kind of gave it to me when we weren’t friends.” Judy explained, enjoying her food.

 “Hmmm?” Marian made a noise indicating she was intrigued.

 “It’s when I was selling pawpsicles, before I became a cop.” Nick cleared up.

 “Oh…I see.” Marian replied, caught off guard.

 Judy saw the hurt and puzzlement in Marian’s eyes and responded “Nick helped me when I needed him most, you raised a good kit Marian.”

 “I just wish I could’ve been there more.” Marian confessed, sipping the tea she had prepared from scratch.

 “Mom we’ve talked about this, it was me not you.” Nick spoke up, a few dents in his armour showing up.

 “Am I missing something?” Judy asked, taking a bite out of a fried tomato.

 Nick sighed slightly and said “Me and Mom only started talking again after I graduated the police academy, I was a bit of a asshole for the last few years.”

 “Nick you must stop punishing yourself.” Marian replied with force.

 “What happened?” Judy couldn’t help but ask.

 “Some old family wounds came to surface,” Nick elaborated “I heard the truth and ran like an idiot.”

 Judy was about to ask more questions when Marian said to Judy “Enough about us Wildes, I hear you have 275 siblings that is bound to be more interesting than our silly stories.”

 Judy smiled at the Vixen, both with reciprocated kindness and the knowledge that Marian wanted to dodge the subject, whatever the Vixen’s past was she meant to keep it buried in the past and Judy played along “Well I’m one of the kits from an older litter…” Judy began, feeling strangely comfortable next to Mammal she loved most in the world and his Mother.




It was another couple of hours before Judy felt well enough to leave Nick’s apartment since Marian was ready to leave as well she offered to drive the Bunny back home. Marian hugged and kissed her son goodbye whilst Judy apologised again and thanked Nick again for taking care of her which he shrugged off in his typical manner. Marian had a classic MG convertible that was the same colour as the jewel on the choker she was wearing, the two mammals got in and made their way to Judy’s place. “I can see why Nick talks about you so much, you really are amazing.” Marian spoke up as the car stopped at a red light.

 “You’re just saying that.” Judy played down acting oddly timid.

 “Humble as well, another good point.” Marian grinned, Judy noticed that she had a similar smile to Nick’s.

 “Can I ask you something?” Judy said, sounding a little sheepish.

 “Let me guess you want to know how old I am?” Marian asked back, the light turned green and she continued driving.

 “How did you know?” Judy queried, a little shocked.

 “Don’t worry I get that question a lot when people see me with Nick; I’m 49.” Marian revealed.

 “Really? You don’t look it, I’d say 40 tops.” Judy gasped.

 “Why thank you dear.” Marian smiled at the compliment.

 “But Nick’s 33 that means…” Judy started but didn’t finish her sentence for fear of offending the Vixen.

 “I was 16 when I had Nick, just another teenage mother.” Marian finished. “Does that shock you?”

 “Not really I mean I’m from Bunnyburrow, teen pregnancy is kind of the norm with us, I mean come on we’re Rabbits.” Judy stated the obvious, feeling at ease once more.

 Marian let out a small laugh before saying “So how long have you liked my kit?”

 “What!?” Judy scoffed, caught off guard.

 “Oh don’t act innocent, I saw the way you look at him.” Marian gave her most charming smile, another trait Nick inherited.

 “Well, uh, that’s, I…oh sweet cheese and crackers.” Judy rambled before hiding her face in her paws.

 “Well if you ever do get the courage to tell Nick how you feel let me just say I approve of you.” Marian encouraged, making a turn onto Judy’s block.

 Judy peeked up and asked with hope “You do?”

 “Of course, you turned my boy’s life around, you’re a great mammal and pretty to boot.” Marian praised.

 “But…but I don’t even know if Nick likes women that aren’t vixens let alone me.” Judy voiced her worries.

 Marian let out a loud laugh before replying “You’re joking right? His first girlfriend was a badger, he’s dated a lynx, a capybara and a dingo, sure he’s dated some vixens to but species never mattered to Nick.”

 “He’s an Inter?!” Judy asked loudly.

“I assume from the way you’re acting that you’re an Inter to?” Marian asked back, still wearing a sunny smile.

 “Well…” Judy answered shyly “I’ve only been with other Rabbits before, Nick is the first guy I’ve ever been attracted to who wasn’t a Bunny.”

 Marian pulled up outside Judy’s apartment building before turning to the lovesick Bunny beside and said in soft voice “Here’s some advice my dear; Men are wimps when it comes to making the first move so that’s why us Women have to take charge. Nick likes you Judy, I can tell but you’re both torturing yourselves with uncertainty. I mean I was the one who asked Robin out.”

 “Robin?” Judy asked, curious.

 “Nick’s father.” Marian answered, her smile fading slightly.

 “What happened to him?” Judy asked, sensing something was amiss.

 “That’s a story for another day my dear.” Marian avoided.

 Judy let the subject go and opened the car door “Thanks for the ride Marian.” She said, stepping onto the pavement.

 “Anytime and remember my advice; take charge.” Marian said with a wink before driving away.  

 Judy watched Marian as she drove down the street and thought happily Nick’s an Inter, I might have a chance but that happy thought was interrupted by the annoying buzz from her smartphone, she retrieved it from her skirt pocket and saw that there was over 100 updates on Furbook page, she opened up the app to see a picture herself, with a traffic cone on her head, dancing in a nightclub beside a laughing Francine and Nala with the caption ‘The Vodka Witch busts a move’. Nala had posted all the photos of last night online, Judy let out a loud audible groan whilst thinking What’s worse than a hangover? Strutting naked in front of Nick, throwing up everywhere, making a fool of myself in front of Marian and photographic evidence of me acting like an idiot that’s what.

(AUTHOR’S NOTE/ Hi guys i hoped you liked this 2nd chapter, you can reblog this if you want and please share your thoughts on this fanfic)

  • Nick: Miss, you're under arrest for being so cute it hurts
  • Judy: Oh no, what are you gonna do, Offer Wilde, escort me off the premises
  • Nick: Resist and you might just end up on Zootopia's Most Wanted
  • Judy: Oh and how bad does ZOOTOPIA want me
  • Finnick: Ew you guys are gross