The Truth Behind Rugrats

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Okay, so I’d just like to clarify that none of this is mine, apart from the edits. I got this from an article called the ‘Rugrats Reality’. You might have heard of it. You might have not. It’s not real, but it makes sense in a twisted sort of way. I just thought of sharing it with you Wattpaders if you haven't read it already... 

So here’s the story:

The Rugrats really were a figment of Angelica's Imagination.

Chucky died a long time ago along with this mother in a car accident, that's why Chaz is a nervous wreck all the time.

Tommy was a stillborn, that's why Stu is constantly in the basement making toys for his son that never lived.

The DeVilles had an abortion, Angelica couldn't figure whether it would be a boy or a girl thus creating the twins.

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As for "All Grown Up" Angelica was a bipolar schizophrenic who, as a teenager became addicted to various Narcotics, bringing her back to her childhood and thus her creations she obsessed over, because of time lapse between the present and the last time she interacted with her creations, she made them older, Angelica was constantly taking hits of acid, so she would never have to live without her creations who were her only company, in a judgmental world.

Angelica's mom actually died of a heroin overdose, Angelica was schizophrenic/bipolar because she was a crack baby, additionally Drew in his depression married a gold digging whore, that Angelica idolized because she fooled herself into thinking it was her real mom, but always had a concept of her mom, Cynthia, and took a Barbie doll, and made it after her mom's image, wearing an unwashed orange dress, and having jacked up hair, which is why she was so attached to it, later in life she followed in her mom footsteps with drugs and everything, dyeing of overdose at age 13 when All Grown Up! was 'canceled'.

The only Rugrat not to be fictional however, was unborn Tommy's brother Dil, however Angelica didn’t know the difference between Dil and her creations.

Dil never followed her commands. After endless crying and a refusal to disappear like the others did when Angelica was angry with them, she couldn't take it anymore.

So she hit him.

And hit him.

And hit him. Over and over again; screaming a screeching tune.

By the time Stu ran in and pulled his niece off of his only child, it was too late. He had a brain hemorrhage, which resulted in a deformation, as he grew up his damage only became more evident.

By the time he was 9 in 'All Grown Up!' He lived as an outcast, being ridiculed for his weirdness and retardation. The immense guilt over this is what led to her drug use and is what led Angelica to un-create the Rugrats briefly, until her experience with hallucinogens.

On a trip to Paris to find love, Chaz married a hooker named Kira (He was actually going to marry a different hooker, but she just wanted him for his money), who had a daughter named Kimi that was torn from her because she was a cocaine addict (Angelica imagined her from Kira's stories), he lost his mind after the death of his wife and was in denial that she was ever prostitute.

Upon return to America, Chaz and Kira married and she got her green card. It was actually a really happy, romantic story. Kira continually struggled with addiction, but was relatively happy with her life, and Chaz.

Suzie was actually Angelica's only friend, who entertained the thought of Angelica's creations, for her, She later became a psychologist and teamed up with Nickelodeon to make the Rugrats! When Angelica died of drug overdose, she helped arrange her funeral. Angelica's death was sad; because of her addiction, she was expelled from society, which lead to a break with reality and her eventual death.

She spent the last days of her life in the back of the school cafeteria, imagining friends around her, and playing with the lives of her creations.

She died March 5, 1994. This is the truth behind your childhood.

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