[NOTE: This is just a story I'm making as I go along, typing this as I speak. I won't be posting anymore after this, this is just a one chapter story.
Also, this is my first story/fanfic, so it's awful. You have been warned.]
Kirby and Gooey were trekking across the fields, full of lively green grass. They had come to fish, as they were hungry, and had already eaten some shiny, juicy apples earlier that morning for breakfast. It was afternoon, a perfect time to do some fishing.
Kirby and Gooey sat down in a shady spot by the local pond, full of tall trees, complete with rough bark. Kirby pulled out a dusty, blue fishing rod. It was a bit worn out from lots of use, and slightly bent, but it still worked.
The pink, round marshmallow put a worm on the fishing rod's hook. The worm tried to escape before it could be put on the hook, but alas, Kirby's strong grasp was too much for the little thing.
Finally, Kirby placed the fishing rod into the water, and waited. He was going to get impatient eventually, so he looked at his surroundings in the meantime. The trees with swaying branches, the thick, thorny bushes, and the puffy, white clouds were some of the landmarks of nature he saw. The pond itself looked like a glossy mirror that had just been wiped. He looked at his reflection. It was all like a lovely dream. He took a moment to take it all in.
Suddenly, he felt a yanking from his fishing rod. The light weighted puff had to do something. He yanked back, pulling as hard as he could. "Gooey, help me with this fish, quickly!" he said with his high pitched voice, almost in a complaining tone. The derpy blue sphere of dark matter knew what to do. He grabbed onto Kirby's back, and helped pull. The two were struggling, but after their effort, the fish flew out of the water, a large ripple alongside it, and the sea creature fell on the dirt ground with a soft thud.
It was just big enough to be eaten. Kirby was proud. With their teamwork, Kirby and his blue blob pal Gooey were able to catch the fish they were waiting for.
By the time they were walking home, the moon was out, glistening on the two. They reach Kirby's house, but something was wrong. "Where's the fish?!" Kirby asked, surprised. Gooey burped out a fish skeleton, revealing what he just did. "Oh."
It didn't matter that Kirby didn't get to eat the fish though. He could always get some apples from the branches of Whispy Woods. What mattered was that he experienced a bonding moment with Gooey. A wonderful, wonderful bonding moment.
[And that's it. Like I said before, this is awful. Sorry if Kirby is a gary stu or something. This is based on the intro of Kirby's Dream Land 3, where Kirby and Gooey are fishing. I hope you liked this, I guess. Uh, bye.]