Fix My Life- 42Once they got there, Zim opened the door. Sighing happily to be home. "Do you need to brush your teeth? I have a spare toothbrush Zim haven't used yet. Zim is going to get dressed real quick." Zim went to his room and shut the door, getting into some fuzzy dark purple pants and wore no shirt. He opened the door, to let Dib know he could come in, as he fell down on his bed tiredly.
Dib smiled as he walked in Zim's apartment with him.
The human headed straight to the bathroom after removing his shoes. "Which one is the new one?" he yelled to Zim from the bathroom. It was really bright in the room; Dib's eyes were still adjusting.
"Right top drawer, green brush, still in package." Zim shouted back as he flopped over on his side and nuzzled into the blankets tiredly.
"Kay, thanks~" Dib reached for the packaged item and struggled to open it for a good five minutes when he decided to get Zim to do it for him. He peeked his head through the bedroom door frame and saw a tiny lump on the bed th
SelfishI looked out the window as it began to rain. I frowned a bit and looked in Zim's direction. Zim too was wearing a frown, it was a bigger frown than mine. Water severely burned the alien's green skin and I wondered what it felt like to burn when water hit your skin but didn't want to experience it at all.Selfish4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I went back to doodling on my page. Lately me and Zim had been hanging out, mostly out of boredom. I have nothing better to do but study Zim and Zim was having a 'break' from destroying the world so we settled on a neutral agreement to hang out after school. I was ok with it, I mean at first I was suspicious -very suspicious- but Zim was uncaring of my suspicion and eventually it wore off.
On nice days, we would go out to eat at fast food places and I would gorge on whatever I bought while Zim just watched in pure disgust. At one point Zim demanded that I actually chew my food at least 10 times before I swallowed it. I argued with him about it and told him 'you're not the boss of me' a