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BFC Ch81 Mary Ann's Flu Switcheroo

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Keywords female 866604, cub 213400, fox 206520, rabbit 109456, bunny 91147, furry 80293, girl 72490, young 48141, loli 37206, vulpine 31358, f 20478, sheep 10591, lolicon 7062, red fox 6462, lolifur 2977, lamb 2859, lolicub 911, cousins 756, g 453, meeting 412, ewe 387, flu 44, bikes 43, switcheroo 32, sneaking out 9, home sick 1
It was a cold winter morning in Greystone as Mary blew her nose into her tissue, Mary Ann Sterling, heiress of the Sterling name was home with the flu. She laid in her soft and comfy bed, as a knock was heard on the door.
"Come on" Mary softly replied as the wolf butler enter, carrying a bowl of soup, blowing on it. he sat beside her, looking at the waste basket filled with sticky tissues. he simply ran the spoon through the soup, scooping the liquid up as he brought the spoon to the lamb's mouth
"Are you feeling better Mary Ann" Conroy asked as Mary sipped out the soup, sniffling as she sneezed coating the wolf in grrenish yellow snot as she sniffed again, clearly sick, trying to leave the bed as Conroy looked at her.
"You are in no condition to go to school, Your parents are vacationing in the moutains so I'm in charge of you, so eat your soup and get plenty of rest" Conroy replied, wiping off the snot as she fed her another spoonful of soup.
"But I have plans with my friends" Mary interuppted as Conroy rubbed her shoulders, saying she could leave when she felt better, continuing to feed her. after the bowl was empty Conroy stood up, telling Mary is she needed anything just to ring the bell at her bedside.
The Lamb sniffled as she looked at Conroy, asking if she could be excused to the bathroom. Conroy tugged the collar of his short, agreeing to her request, asking if she'd like him to walk with her, which she politely refused.
"No Thanks, I just might spend a while in a hot bath" Mary explained as Conroy nodded, saying she could take a quick bath, but then it was back to bed. Mary nodded, dismissing Conroy as he walked towards the door, turning back to Mary Ann.
Reminding her to ring the bell and he'd come back as she nodded, expalining she knew how a bell worked. she looked back Conroy, apologizing for her remark, knowing that he was just looking after her. explaining she'd probaly just head back to sleep afterwards. Mary walked to the bathroom connected to her bedroom as Conroy left, heading into the hall.
Mary waited a while before, pulling out her phone, pushing the buttons as she began calling her friend.
"Yeah, Vicky, you and the girls have to get me out of here" Mary pleaded as Vicky was confused. Mary explained to she had the flu and was on bed rest. it was so boring plus it was the day she had a very important metting. Vicky rubbed her shoulder saying they could reschedule when she was feeling better.
"Please Vicky, It's so boring in here, Conroy expects he to sleep the whole day and i'm fine" Mary countered, sneezing again as she sighed, admitting she was not in the best state but she really needed to get out of the manor.
"Conroy will know if you're gone, and he'll probaly tell your parents or the police, isn't that what they do when rich people go missing" Daisy spoke into the phone, coloring a picture as she was beside Vicky and heard the conversation.
Mary huffed, knowing Vicky was right, she could not just leave without being detected.she sat on the edge of the tub, fumbling with her silk nightgown. it was than Vicky came up with an idea to get Mary out.
"We'd have to wait until after school but I have a plan to get you out" Vicky realized explaining her plan to the group. It was common knowlage that Mary's Cousin, Annie May Pewter was a deadringer for Mary Ann Sterling.
"The two of you look exactly alike, so after school, Annie stops by to drop off your homework, during which you two change clothes and you sneak out, posing as Annie, while Annie takes your spot in bedrest" Vicky explained as Daisy held her hand.
"You are so smart" The bunny replied, kissing the vixen as Mary was still working out some of the details in her head before agreeing she was down for it, afterward mary could sneak back in before dinner and switch back, If Annie was down for this.
"You want me to pretend to be Mary Ann, and pretend to be sick so she can spend the day wit you" Annie asked, sitting lunch table across form Vicky, biting into her sandwich as Vicky was negotiating terms with her. Vicky mentioned that today was very important to her.
Annie May took a sip of her milk cartoon, agreeing to do it, she did not even ask anything in return, just happy to help my cousin out" the black ewe replied, with another sip of her milk.The rest of the day was uneventful, they cut up and glued paper in art class and did some reading.
Eventually the school day ended as the trio left the school, looking at Sterling Manor in the distance. it was a long bike ride as Annie May wrapped her scarf around her neck, getting on her bike as the others did so, pedaling away from the small town, the three made their way past the buidling and into the woods, following the road that led up to Sterling Manor.
At the gate was a guard at a booth, waving to the three girls, greeting Daisy, Vicky and Annie May. he raised the barricade for the three as the biked up the hill to the manor on the top. upon stopping their bikes the three got up. walking up to the main door.
Vicky looked at Annie, asking if she had the homework as the balck ewe wrapped the scraf around her lower face, nodding as Vicky knocked the door. Conroy was the one to open as he smiled at the three.
"Oh, Miss Fields, Miss, Robinson, Miss Pewter. I'm sorry but Miss Sterling can out come out to play today, she has the flu" Conroy explianed as the trio looked at eachother, explaining that she wasn't in class.
"We're just here her drop off Mary's Homework, she do she doesnt fall behind" Vicky replied as Annie may, held up the papers. Conroy saw no problem with Annie May bringing thm to her.
"In and out, and you two stay out here, I would not want to get you sick" Conroy sternly said, asking the girls if they like some hot tea as he had made a pitcher. both of them agreed as Annie May headed down the hall to Mary's room was, entering her cousin's amazing room.
Everytime Annie may entered Mary's room she was suprised it was bigger than her living room back home. the bed was huge and she had a flatscreen TV across from her bed  and an amazing stereo. a hige end paino donned the corner of her room and the room was kept warm by a fireplace.
"There you are" Mary sniffled, blowing her nose into a rag, wearing her nightgown as Annie removed her scraf. the two girl switched clothes as Mary put on Annie may's jean shorts and blouse, wrapping her lower face with the scarf as Annie May put on Mary's nightgown, complimenting how nice it felt on her.
"Here" Mary said, pulling out a face mask, snapping it around Annie May's ears which covered her mouth. she explained that Conroy would never come in her room without permission but he might talk to her through a door.
Mary was confident that Annie May could easily do a stuffed up impersonation of her. Annie May crawled into the soft bed, melting in the covers. Mary thanked her for doing this, getting her coughs out so she sneak out.
"Okay, moment of truth" Mary said, her face obstructed by the huge scarf she was wearing. Mary Ann left the room, walking back towards the group. in the living room Vicky and Daisy were sipping tea with Conroy telling stories about the young heiress.
"Oh Annie May, you're back" Vicky  said as the balck ewe simply nodded. The two cubs got up, Daisy finishing her tea as Vicky looked at Conroy, explaining the three of them should be going.
Conroy nodded, seeing the three out as Mary got of Annie May's bike peddling as it was slightly harder to pedal than hers. eventually the three pedaled down the hill as past the guard, waving to the three of them. when the Manor was behind them the balck ewe lowered her scarf.
"We pulled it off" Mary replied, looking at the two as they succesfully pulled off the switcharoo. making their way into town. once they got there the three screached their bikes.
"Are you sure this okay Mary, I mean you really are sick, maybe bed rest would be good for you?" Daisy asked as Mary explained that was not an option, pedaling Annie May's bike through the town as the girls followed.
"This is too important" Mary replied as Vicky screeched her tires and Daisy did the same. Mary stopped, looking at them. the asked what was going on as they were in the dark and snuck Mary out. it was only fair they at least know why they were doing this as Mary huffed, agreeing to tell them but they could not tell anyone. Daisy and Vicky looked at eachother nodded as Mary cleared her throat, coughing up a glob of phlem.
"I have a meeting with some of the other Groups in Greystone, the other Groups that dabble in the 'same sort of stuff' you know. I wasn't supposed to tell anyone" mary explained as the terms were group leaders only and no one flexing muscle.
"Excuse me, we both run the BFC" Vicky countered as mary told her it was one person per group so no one feels threatened as Mary did run the club even though Vicky Founded it with her. Daisy looked at Vicky, understanding why the Ewe might want to make a good impression with these other factions.
"Alright Mary, but we'll be right outside if you need us" Vicky decided, begining to pedal as Mary agreed that sound fair. the three peadling as Mary led them to the old factory where the meeting would be taking palce. The girl's set their bikes against a bar, putting on their lock as a purple hooptie stopped just short of hitting the bikes.
The car stopped as out stepped Big Willie, owner of the local arcade and Cub Pimp, looking at Mary who waved at him nervously. Willie simply walked to three, asking how business was, removing the cigar from his mouth puffing as Mary explained that the BFC just reopened.
"I could tell, you're out of the game and suddenly group start poking up like weeds, it's...important that we all on the same page" Willie said walking with Mary as Daisy and Vicky stayed behind.
"You want a lollipop, I often give them out to my girls" Willie said, opening his coat, handing out a wrapped lollipop as Mary genriously took it, not to be offensive as they entered the old factory.
"It's more cubs than I thought" Willie said, as Mary was also impressed at the number of Cubs, sitting around a table, a few adults with them.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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BFC Ch73 ICE
Last in pool
Mary has something important to do, the kicker is that she is home sick with the flu, and thus she needs help sneaking out of Sterling Manor, fortunately her Cousin Annie May is a dead ringer for the young heiress  

Keywords
female 866,604, cub 213,400, fox 206,520, rabbit 109,456, bunny 91,147, furry 80,293, girl 72,490, young 48,141, loli 37,206, vulpine 31,358, f 20,478, sheep 10,591, lolicon 7,062, red fox 6,462, lolifur 2,977, lamb 2,859, lolicub 911, cousins 756, g 453, meeting 412, ewe 387, flu 44, bikes 43, switcheroo 32, sneaking out 9, home sick 1
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