- Mar 26, 2012
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Welcome, as alwaysThankses for posting this.
Well...let's just say that he tries, but by then...*Wonders if Kermit made it up to Denise, I'm liking her more and more through these fics. And I'd rully hate for her to have to go through the brakeup which we all know is coming with an air of simple resignedness. Then again, her relationship to Kermit is somewhat doubtful given she's only appeared in one out of four episodes, but I'm waiting to watch the next four or batch before making such pronouncements as final.
I actually would like to see her more. We know Piggy hates her (though I think just for the sheer reason that she's dating Kermit), but I could see them as having to work together and then discovering they actually have things in common. Of course, it would freak Kermit out that his ex and current girlfriends would be friends.
On the flip of that, I could see her as a pig who doesn't give up her frog, especially not to another diva. I can easily see her marching right up to Piggy and telling her to keep her mitts off before both of them turn to Kermit to get him to make a decision, putting him on the spot. (Hilarity with Gonzo filming the whole thing and kermit breaking his phone before fleeing in terror would of course ensue).
The problem with both of these (even the idea that Kermit could feel enough to propose) all end the same way - Denise and Kermit end up breaking up. My first foray into this Up Late uni, it was Kermit who broke up with Denise, citing the "I can't possibly choose between you and Piggy and if I did, I'd choose Piggy".
I can't tell you the other ideas, but yeah, there is no scenario in which these two stay a couple. Now, admittedly I was not on board this ship and wanted no passages booked or tickets given, but BUT I do think that this relationship could work, but in favor of getting our power couple back together.
I very much think Kermit and Piggy went from 0 to 160, and with every breakup, they'd make right back up; I think they never actually learned to be friends with each other, even though I do think they're secretly best friends without realizing it. They obviously still love each other (you don't date for centuries and then just fall out of love), so them getting back together really is inevitable.
I have a couple of friends who suffer from panic attacks, so that's what I was going for here. I did the research, so for the moment, this is a one time thing for Piggy. I did originally thought about this being a occurrence, hence why Kermit knew to come over, but Piggy doesn't seem like someone who really panics, except in maybe a situation she'd have no control over.You know from previous posts that I sympathize with Piggy going through the sleeplessness cycle of being waked up in the early AM due to a bad story dream, the type that just keep going no matter how much you want to stop or change them, the kind that you can't scrub out of your mind after waking and have to busy yourself with something else until tiredness finally overtakes your senses.
Rully like what you've posted here, hope to read more when possible.
I can't nor want to imagine something so horrific and tragic, but from what I learned, survivors do have trouble in the aftermath, especially if they survived and others didn't. Don't think that just because Kermit isn't seeing it, that Fozzie is left unscathed. We'll see what he's been up to in the next section.
So what's coming up next? Ummm *quickly looks at notes* Ah!
We find out what Fozzie's been doing
We have a dinner date and a movie, all featuring Kermit.
And a big, BIG decision