Nick said as everyone laughed. But thinking about what Huey would've appreciated only made the cacophony worse. Dewey was confused. Dewey was out of bed at least. Huey said running over, his brothers following. Louie wrapped his arms around Dewey and Della wrapped her arms around both of them. The three fell silent and listened to what sounded like a thumping sound. "Where do you think you're going?" He went to the corner of the room where the temporary baby things were and got a new diaper. I don't really have anything else to say...um...I don't own anything….so there's that...I'm so awkward. But inside of him were two wolves. They sounded like, his brothers. No one should have died but losing you as well won't change what happened. He knelt to join the hug and it wasn't long before they were all crying at once on the bedroom floor, bearing this pain together. Louie weaker raised his arms and wrapped one of each around his brothers. It say here Bigfoot can't swim. Huey and Dewey cried out as they hugged his. Louie asked anxiously. Dewey whispered harshly, "Do you hear that?". "Louie! We don't control that, baby. Your review has been posted. Dewey started to walk back in the movie theater as Huey stopped him. Louie had already ran away. There was a heartbeat! They don't mean any of that stuff, you shouldn't even be offended!" The thumping was getting louder. "I only have one question that I want to ask, but I'd rather not say it out loud. It was dead quiet, when suddenly from behind them the triplets heard what can only be described as loud screeching noise. "I know sweetheart, I know. "I thought that too…" Dewey didn't feel as ashamed or alone anymore. He went to grab it but found the dark was pushing him down. For the first few days whenever someone asked he wondered how hard he'd have to fall to join Huey. "Louie!" The last thing he saw before he hit the water were his brothers looks of terror. "I already told them I broke up with Lucky." Huey tired to two ropes together and tied one end to a tree and the other to him and his brother. Eventually the river ended with a waterfall leading into a lake. No more Louie hogging the tv, making snide remarks, no more scolding him when he took people's money. "Sh, sh, it's okay Louie. Something about that sentiment made it painful to breathe, so the two brothers went on trying not to think what they both thought they knew, that the world would've been better if one of them had died in Huey's stead. Louie said as Huey and Dewey came back. Huey yelled, tightening his hold on his squirming brother. "Come Louie please be okay! "I'm telling them tonight, but don't say anything." Despite their efforts however Bigfoot seemed to be gaining on them. The two scrambled over. "Guys be quiet!" "Living is too hard," Louie sobbed, crying into her jacket. He'd started wearing Huey's hat and carrying around the Junior Woodchuck Guidebook. Dewey was about to reach the end and Louie was halfway through. You'll be okay…" She was panicking, the image of her oldest boy sprawled out on the concrete, blood gushing from his head filled her own and she held Louie close, so scared of losing him too. The two brothers yelled before their little brother was swallowed by the currents. Louie yelled loud enough for the world to here. A faint one but it was there! Louie didn't know what they were doing, and he didn't want to know. Louie, please, get out of bed. "A junior wood chuck is always prepared.". "How bout this, if tomorrow is better, you don't have to tell them. We haven't seen you in forever.". The second wolf insisted that Huey wasn't dead, only missing and that Dewey needed to find him. So grab something to eat, drink, or whatever you like when you read a love story gone wrong, and join Huey, Dewey, Louie, Y/N, and more on this, "Life Is Like A Hurricane," journey! Louie started biting his nails as Webby stopped him. The three whipped around in shock and saw a 10 foot tall monster covered in head to toe in fur with beady black eyes. "No, but you do it anyway," Louie said with a smirk. "Run!" How much longer until we get to the spt where you saw him?" "That message was specifically meant for me!" Louie said as he started to walk out. After the 5th time of this not working Dewey had had enough. Louie knew what she was talking about, but acted like he didn't. Hot New #1. It's One, Two except the reason that there are only two triplets is that one of them died. The one following behind Huey with a zest in his step was the middle child, named Dewey. This shared, cathartic breakdown hadn't healed all wounds and time wouldn't either. Those voices. When he came back up Huey saw them he felt so happy he could cry. The rest of his day was good except for that one bad part. Deathtales is exactly what it sounds like. For all the fags like Mr. L, go into the trash where you belong.". I can't believe you actually saw Bigfoot! In this chapter, I don't write much about Scrooge either. Louie gets bullied by a couple of guys during his first day of school. Mason put his phone down and gave an evil grin. He hadn't cried since the funeral. "Tell them why, please." "Uh-oh! Louie then started thinking that Dewey invited, which he clearly did. It was fun to write. Louie started to cry a little bit. Are you okay? Louie was gone. Before he could asked how she knew, she revealed that she follows them sometimes to see what the real world is like. Bigfoot found them, and it didn't look to happy. Huey couldn't stand the sight and crawled over toward Dewey. "BECAUSE I'M GAY DEWFORD!" "You got it all wrong." "Definitely not spying on you." "What they went through was so much worse than what I'm going through. He then with an outstretched hand, grabbed it. "I had enough." "Come on Louie, wake up!" Louie said as he started walking to Dewey's room. Louie slowly let go of Huey's sheets and blankets and allowed himself to fall off the edge of the bunk, choosing pain over comfort. Della was going insane. He'd cried when he happened and now, while his family openly mourned, he was restrained. Next thing he knew the current was pulling him under and whisking him away. Dewey asked excitedly as he fiddled with the camera he brought along. Quick Huey, perform CPR again!". Louie let out a yell as Bigfoot tried to make another grab for him. "Let me go! Though Dewey never said it he guessed Louie wished that Dewey had died instead of Huey. When they reached the bottom the two hastily untied themselves and ran over towards the water. Dewey asked their Uncle Scrooge if they could go because he knew Uncle Donald would say no. The last thing he saw before he hit the water were his brothers looks of terror. Louie started yelling. Everything was going to be okay. We're obviously going to go through all of the triplets one at a time, starting with Huey, we might not do anyone else in the family, and I might not write Webby's reactions to the deaths because... Because I don't write Webby, that much, I guess?