PWF Profile - ZimPWF Profile - Zim1 year ago in Profiles More Like This
Zim is an alien from planet Irk who was sent to Earth for what he THINKS is a mission to conquer as part as Operation Impending Doom 2. However, he's actually been banished. He's been on Earth for seven long years, and still has no idea that his mission was just an excuse to get rid of him.
He's tried to destroy the Earth more times than he can count, but each time, the troublesome Dib human foiled his plans. Annoyed? Yes. However, after a certain event that occured in 7th grade, Zim's attempts at conquering the planet had become... pitiful. It seemed like he had stopped trying. He had also started becoming sort of attatched to Dib. I will not explain any more.
On the first day of 7th grade, Zim showed up to skool with a different disguise, one with longer hair. He had somehow grown a little taller, maybe having something to do with the gravity on Earth? I dunno, and I don't care. He's taller. So there. He also changed his clothes a little bit, probably because the previous year, he ob
PWF Profile - DibPWF Profile - Dib1 year ago in Profiles More Like This
For seven long years, Dib has been trying to expose/destroy the Irken invader, Zim, who showed up in his fifth grade class one day. As soon as Dib saw this green kid, he KNEW he was an alien. Of course, no matter how obvious it was, and no matter how hard he tried to prove it, no one believed Zim was really an alien. He became very discouraged after awhile.
After about four years, something happened between Zim and Dib that changed EVERYTHING between them. However, I will not tell you what it is yet. After this event, Zim had actually tried LESS to destroy the Earth, even though he always talked about it. Not only that, but he seemed less like a threat to Dib and more like a source of entertainment. Zim started barging right into Dib's room randomly, climbing in through the window, and insisting on bugging him. Annoyed as he was, Dib didn't actually TRY to make Zim leave. They still hated eachother... or at least they kept saying they did. No matter how much they hated eachother though
ZaDr short story: Sunset(If you would like, please listen to this song as you read: http://www.youtube.com/user/okanokumo?v=ko3pohMZLl8 It helps set the peaceful atmosphere I was attempting to portray in the text.)ZaDr short story: Sunset1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
If the birds soaring though in the tangerine sky looked directly below them, they would find me resting on the edge of a cliff with my feet dangling off the edge. They'd sing my lover and I a melody which neither of us understand, but enjoy none the less. Waves crash below us, but I promised to keep him safe. Nothing bad would happen as long as we were together. The summer breeze kisses my face while the last remaining rays of sunlight reach out to me, casting a soothing, golden glow. "Promise you won't let it hurt me?" The person sitting next to me asks, peering down at the ocean below with fear written across is face. My partner is very different from I, yet in an oddly captivating and beautiful way. His erratic behavior always keeps me on my toes, but maybe that's what I like about us. Everyday
ZADR: OopsZADR: OopsZADR: Oops11 months ago in Profiles More Like This
Author's Note: YOU DON'T LIKE ZADR DON'T READ.
Another typical Earth day, I walked to Skool and it was slightly drizzling. Good thing I put some paste on this morning or I would be burning like no tommarow. I came to a halt at my bus stop and decided to sit down for a minute and think about my mission.
Destroy Dib, Destroy the Humans, Destroy anything that's not Irken. I laughed at the final thought and realized that my bus was waiting for me to get on. The bus driver was growling at me when I was not getting on and I quickly caught myself and walked up the steps and looked for a empty seat. However there where no empty seats, so in a hurry I sat with a random person not looking who I was sitting with.
"Hey spaceboy get your own seat", Dib growled. I stared at Dib and waved my hand.
"You're threat does not scare Zim, Zim will sit with you and you will let Zim sit", I g
Trench Coat-ZaDr Zim stepped out of his house and into the frigid air, wearing his usual uniform. He hated earth winters, they were cold and made all the humans sniffly.Trench Coat-ZaDr4 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
The alien's uniform was extremely thin and did nothing to block out the chill. Which is probably why he was so cold, but he'd never stoop so low as to buy a human coat. His race however had never heard of a coat before since it was always warm on his planet, so he went without anything to block out the elements. He refused to wraps his arms around himself, this would show that he was cold, and that would be a weakness. The irken walked down the sidewalk, occasionally slipping on a patch of ice or two before regaining his balance.
Dib stepped out of his own home, wrapped up in his warm trench coat. He didn't much like winters either, they were cold and he hated getting sick.
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Dib clenched his fists in anger digging his nails deep into his palms as he stared outraged as he heard so of the conversation the tallest were having with Zim. He sucked at his lipring and kept his mouth shut as the tallest teased Zim more.
" it looks like taking over earth isn't the only thing you failed at." Red pointed toward Zims' neck and snickered. Zim brought a fingerless gloved hand up to his neck and lowered his head. Dib tried not to think of that horrible day when he'd found the unconscious irken lying next to a bloody razer blade, Dib shook his head to clear his thought and continued to listen.
"Zim what's wrong did finding out we could care less about you upset you that bad" Purple burst out into an uncontrollable fit of laughter. Zim reached out and turned off the moniter, his legs seemed to collaspe out from under him. Dib rushed out from where he had been standing. he kneeled down behind the irken and wrapped his arms around the slender form. Zim made no movement
ZaDr short story: In the Dead of the Night"See there?" A gloved finger extended upwards towards the sky, as if trying to poke it's infinite black depths; an impossible task. Amongst millions of winking white jewels sprawled against the dark curtain of night, there was only one being pointed at. To many other stargazers, that one dot might seem like....well, just a dot. Not to this particular observer though. "That's my home. Irk." Zim explained, returning his hand to it's original spot at his side. Dib nodded, hanging off of each word and letter that flowed from the other's mouth. On an ordinary Thursday night, the two adversaries would most likely be engaged in a ruthless battle, but not today. You see, even engrossed enemies such as this Irken/human duo need a break once in a while, and they preferred to spend their time staring at the sky once the sunlight had made itself scarce. It was the one time they could finally burry the hatchet before having to dig it up come next morn.ZaDr short story: In the Dead of the Night1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
"What's it like flying up there?" The pale ski
ZaDr --- Teaching LoveI stared longingly in Zims beautiful magenta eyes. We were so close that I felt his breathe on my face.ZaDr --- Teaching Love4 years ago in General More Like This
My heart tingled. I wanted to taste it, feel it in my body, make it mine.
I closed my eyes and very slowly, like in one of those old romance movies, making me want him more, I filled the gap between us and pressed lightly my lips on his.
My heart began pounding hard against my chest as Zims lips moved on mines.
Then, I gently slid my tongue through his lower lip, asking for entrance.
He startled a bit, and after a few seconds of hesitation he allowed me in as I slid my arms around his neck pulling him closer, deepening the kiss.
Then I felt his hands running trough my hair and a violent jolt of electricity cross my body. I felt it in every muscle, in every fibre of my flesh. Needed to show how much I cared about him, how much I loved. I just needed Zim. With that I pinned him to the wall, getting in a more passionate and desperate kiss.
We pulled away as we run out of bre
Ides of March - Chapter 10Ides of March - Chapter 101 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
For the umpteenth time, Zim found himself sighing as he tried to concentrate on the checkups he wanted to do, on the station's operating system. Concentration was hard to hold on to, however, when he found his eyes drifting over to where Dib lay, on one of the padded, pink benches to sleep off the stress. The boy had cried for nearly an hour straight, only stopping when exhaustion got the better of him and the alien had to help move him to a spot where he could rest.
Shaking his head, Zim tried to go back to running system checks while the human slept. There was nothing else to do for the alien.
He managed a full five minutes more before he threw up his arms with a frustrated huff, simply switching the station's main computer on to run a standard diagnosis instead of making a more thorough, manual checkup. Slowly and stealthily, as not to rouse the resting human, Zim drew closer, taking a seat just next to Dib to watch him instead of the screens.
Even in sleep, the boy's face was drawn
Zim's Second ChristmasZim's Second ChristmasZim's Second Christmas3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Zim glared out the window of his house at the deadly white flakes drifting down. They looked so harmless and almost serene. If it wasn't for the fact that they were nothing more than frozen water, which could cause severe burns unless he was prepared. Since he didn't want to take a paste bath, though, he was staying inside where it was toasty warm and waiting until the snow stopped.
GIR was outside building a snowman while MiniMoose looked for rocks to use for the facial features. GIR waved at Zim. "Mastah, come outside! Please?" His voice was loud enough that it was easily heard from inside.
For about the tenth time in the past few minutes, Zim shook his head. "No GIR! The snow can burn me, remember?"
"Then wear a hoodie!"
"A hoodie?" Zim hadn't thought of that. "Computer, my jacket."
Computer threw a red, hooded jacket at him. Its left chest pocket was marked with the irken insignia. He pulled it on and zipped it all the way up, then laid his ante
Eating Away My Soul - Chapter 5 - ZaDrEating Away My Soul - Chapter 5 - ZaDr10 months ago in Free Verse More Like This
It's been about a few months now where all the leaves were gone and were replaced with the covering of white frost. It was around that time where from children to adults will be wearing heavy coats to keep their bodies warm, sitting next to a warm open fire to roast chestnuts and drink hot chocolate. Not only that, but there would be a green tree, from real to fake or to tall to small, it would be decorated with shining red, blue, green and yellow lights, - unless you prefer the traditional yellow lights streamers and ornaments of your choice. On the top would be the shining angel or even a golden star, shining brightly to watch over the house and the presents underneath the tree with shiny red wrapping paper and bows.
Every family celebrates this tradition called Christmas. But that's not the case for the Membrane family. As the father, Professor Membrane, has never celebrated Christmas with his kids and Gaz was still waiting for the dog to give Gaz's Bitey the Vampires' head b
ZADR - "Oh My Tallest..."Mmm What a nice warmthZADR - "Oh My Tallest..."4 years ago in Teen More Like This
How strange..Usually my base it's always so cold
Doubtful, I slowly open my eyes, glancing around a bit confused.
No. This is definitly not my room
So..Where am I?
My antennae perk up with curiosity, and doing so I realize that my wig is gone..I blink a few times, to find that my contacts are gone too.
I start to panic
What am I doing in a room that's not mine without my disguise?? And and naked?!??
I look carefully around, trying to understand where I ended up.
What are those posters? About aliens? And this large one? About .Mysterious Misteries?!?
Mmm I don't remember having such things in my chamber..
Uff, why do I bother about these stupid things?
I'm in my bed sleeping This is the only thing that matters.
Wait a second I was forgetting a little detail... This is not my base So this isn't my bed!!!
Oh my Tallest!!!
Where am I?!
I try to turn around, but a powerful arm prevents me to.
zadr- The Escape"You have failed us yet again zim. You are the most worthless, pathetic, ignorant piece of scum we have ever laid our eyes on. From this moment on you are banished from irk and if you ever set foot on it again I will ki- "zadr- The Escape10 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
zim stared up at his monitor silently as purple interrupted red and whispered something that made the both of them grin.
"Instead of banishment we have decided death is a more fitting fate for you."
zim's mind went numb as the reality of what was happening set in. the tallest stared at zim with almost pure joy as they all but purred out the rest,
"tak has almost completely concoured the southern half of earth, so we have decided to send her to find and terminate yo-"
zim snapped then as he grabbed a pipe that was laying on the floor next to him and smashed the monitor to pieces then started breaking everything within swinging distance only when his base was all but destroyed he dropped the pipe and went to the top floor of his "house". zim's pak had almost comp
Ides of March - Chapter 12Ides of March - Chapter 1210 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
(Please see author's notes)
„Come back here, filthy human! How DARE you take what's ZIM'S!“ Dib laughed triumphantly, holding his loot to his chest while he ran down the corridors of Zim's lab, in hopes of escaping his pursuer.
„It's mine now, Zim! Deal with it!“ He cried, skidding around a corner and running towards the large storage rooms. Maybe he could hide in between the boxes and shelves long enough to make good use of the stolen package in his arms. Zim was close on his heels though, easily matching his speed.
The alien caught up with him just when he ran through the open storage room doors. With a roar, Zim leaped forward, knocking Dib over with the impact of his smaller body. They tumbled to the floor, not even stopping for a second before starting to roll across the ground, both fighting for the upper hand. „Give it back to Zim!“
„Never, spaceboy! It's mine now! You took all the others!“
As usual, it was an earnest, but somewhat
Parental Unit Pt. 5Parental Unit Pt. 511 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
~Parental Unit pt. 5~
Just to think. . . After I left Zim, I had headed off to the big city to start a new life and also took over my father's business as the new famous scientist, but I also left my old town just to forget about my old love life, Zim.
I don't even want to talk about that lying alien. All he ever did was bitch and moan about everything, every little thing is always a big problem, and I had to deal with him being such a jerk to me about that stupid small problem. I'm still really mad at him about how he lied to me about being 'pregnant' so that I can stay with him. Hmph, well I'm not stupid. That irken is an idiot and a liar, he is someone I would not want to spend the rest of my life with. I rather be spending my life at this wonderful mansion, great job as a rich scientist, and many fans. Yup, this is the life and nothing is going to top it.
As the next day had begun, Dib was already awake. He always had an early start o
PWF Background Info: The OTHER Side of the SkoolLong before I started "Playing with Fire," I was writing a fanfic called "Best Years of our Lives." This story is now a failure. However, there are many aspects of this story that I've kept for PWF. One is Mrs. Sours. One of the other things is the other side of the skool. It's only mentioned in the comic later in chapter 18, but it's just one of those background things, just like Mrs. Sours' background story. So allow me to actually copy and paste certain snippets from BYOOL explaining about the OTHER side of the skool.PWF Background Info: The OTHER Side of the Skool1 year ago in Settings More Like This
"This part of the skool was rarely visited by the other students because they knew that the classrooms down these dark halls were filled with delinquents. These kids were not like the others; they were dark, scary, and dangerous. Each of them were known for having committed a number of crimes, and they were locked inside these classrooms for the entire day, being taught by a mere computer. After skool was over, they were then sucked out of the rooms by enourmous tubes
-ZADR?-"Human filth..."-ZADR?-4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
He is my enemy.
I hate him.
I always have,
Then, he stops.
"Do you remember that night, Dib...? Hmm?"
No... Please... Don't make me remember...
So very long ago.
The night they WERE something more,
To each other.
The night when they set out,
Not to hurt each other,
But to pleasure each other.
One night of bliss,
Then it was gone.
Zim was gone the next day,
Not sleeping next to Dib, as was expected.
And from then on,
It wasn't mentioned.
Except on occasions,
When the Irken wanted to make the boy suffer,
That one night,
So long ago.
ZADR -The Rain-It is cool outside.ZADR -The Rain-3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The rain pours from a soup of gray cotton, endless, for hours.
Thunder rolls over shivering treetops and rattles panes of glass.
The bed is warm.
The sheets are soft and cocoonlike, and the comforter is heavy and safe.
The silent whoosh of breath on breath fills the chilly air with moist heat.
Strong, pale arms are closed tight on the slender frame they never want to release. The littler form is curled close, legs tangled with its companion's.
Here there is no mission; no duty.
Here there is no shame. Inhibitions are obsolete.
There are no fears or stressors or worries. There is only comfort. Only human and Irken.
There is only the knowledge that the only other individual who matters us present, safe. Enclosed in the other's embrace.
Dib can feel his tongue pregnant with the words; can feel the calm of the creature he so vehemently protects, even in his sleep.
"I love you, Zim," he mutters.
The little thing in his arms stirs slowly. Claws ghost over his chest as Irk
A ZADR Halloweenie day 1-shotA ZADR Halloweenie day 1-shot2 years ago in Drama More Like This
The day starts with Zim walking to skool and its Halloween.
Today is Halloween and it seems Zim isn't a fan of it because 3 years ago we had a bit of a spooky day with all that spooky creatures coming out of my head and Zim was in it too because i dragged him in with me. I gave up my life, i gave up everything, i stopped being a paranoraml investigator...My emotions changed but now its all good. I'm off to the halloween dance at skool and I seem to be dressed as a scientist.
Ugh, today's that dumb human holiday. Everyone is dressed up, even the Almighty ZIM! I walked and I bumped into The Dib."Watch where your going...Zim? Why are you wearing a girl coustume?"Dib-thing asked."Isn't it the filthy Human Holiday to dress up Dib-Stink?" I asked him.
Dib: Zim it is Halloween but at least dress in a male costume, people are going to make fun of you *rolls eyes*
Zim: Nuh Uh stoopid humyan!*Zim turned around his maid costume staying the same *Isn't that the whole part?
KissesDib tightened his arms around his captive, snuggling close to his fragrant chest.Kisses3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Mngh." Zim grunted, jerking a little in his arms.
"Morning, alien scum," Dib mumbled into jade flesh, nuzzling against the alien's neck and placing a kiss there.
"Sleep," Zim uttered, not opening his eyes.
"But I like you," the human responded teasingly. When this merited no immediate response he pulled back and pressed his lips gingerly to the Irken's shallow cheekbone.
Zim wriggled, scrunching his eyes shut in displeasure.
"What have I told you about your little smacky human ickies?"
"What " Dib pecked him on the lips before he could react. " these?"
"Argh! Yes! Your little your little love-spitties!"
Dib raised an eyebrow. "Kisses?"
"Yes," Zim spat. "Those!"
The boy grinned mischievously. "What about them?"
"DO NOT DO THEM ON ZIM!"
"But I like you," the human protested, eyes fixed on luminous crimson ones. "It's how people show affection."
"But- Zim does not like y
ZaDr short story: Fast FoodWe sat in silence. The smell of bubbling grease made me feel physically ill, and seeing it drip off the chins of people that were spread around the room forced a gag out of me. It was disgusting! How anybody could enjoy eating a dead animal soaked in fat was a mystery to me, but apparently not to the teen before me. Just as the others did, he gobbled down his meal as if he'd been starved for days. I had gotten my usual ice cream cone. It wasn't fantastic, but at least it didn't seem to be making me sick. Dib had finally finished grossing my out and now sipped on his drink. "You alright Zim?" He asked with a puzzled expression. I continued to glared at him as I had been since the moment we arrived in the filthy establishment. "You know, it's actually quite nice out today. Fairly warm, but not blazing. Just right for swimming, or maybe bike riding...." He babbled on about useless nonsense in his utterly annoying voice that some how comforted me. It just sounded so familiar and welcoming,ZaDr short story: Fast Food1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
ZaDR - The ParkIt was a sunny Saturday. The air was warm and there was a light breeze. Dib decided to go to the park. And of course, he dragged his favorite little alien along.ZaDR - The Park3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"I don't understand your fascination with plants," Zim commented as he grudgingly walked next to the tall human. "Sure, they're pretty. But they don't really have much purpose "
"Don't have much purpose?" Dib repeated. "Dude, they take in harmful carbon dioxide and emit oxygen. Humans breathe oxygen."
"Oh, right. Wait, this is oxygen we're breathing?" Zim looked surprised by this bit of information. "Huh."
Dib sighed. "Didn't you pay attention in science class for the last " He counted the number of years Zim has been here, "Five years?"
"Nope. I already knew all of it and I BSed the tests." Zim leaned down to examine a bee as it alighted on a flower, sucking out the nectar. A thin film of pollen coated its fat body.
"You know, because of a bee's ratio of wing surface area to body weight, they shouldn't even be able
You Can't Lie with ThoseYou Can't Lie with Those10 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
“When did he arrive?” the two orderlies tried keeping up with their commander who was storming down the narrow corridor.
“An hour ago, Sir. You were in a meeting, we had to…” one tried but was immediately silenced by the boom of a terrifying voice, “You should have called me sooner! What’s his condition?”
“He’s not going to last much longer, Sir. But he is responsive at the moment for you to question him…” the other mumbled, glancing over the chart in his hand.
“The problem is getting him to shut up. He keeps yelling to talk to you,” his fellow doctor grumbled, still rather ticked that he had dared to have been called a ‘Filthy Monkey surgeon with a Cereal Box Degree’ by their new guest.
“Sounds about right,” Dib let out in an already tired breath.
The steel doors were pushed open by the doctors, Dib’s pace not even wavering. The cold air that rushed over him gave his spi
Ides of March - Chapter 8Ides of March - Chapter 81 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Dib did try.
Slowly, ever so slowly, the boy worked on getting back on his feet. His alien companion watched the progress with keen eyes, even though Zim left him by himself most of the time. Dib was both glad and unhappy about that.
After all, the alien was the only being that he could talk to and somewhat trust anymore. In his own, weird way, Dib knew Zim cared for him and he was grateful for it. The ability to actually talk to someone, train his voice and not be entirely alone with his thoughts was like balm for his addled mind.
Gir... was another story. While he didn't dislike the little thing, there was no way he could stand the noise and the closeness the robot seemed to find desirable. No matter how often he told himself that Gir was harmless and just wanted to play or get some attention, the moment those glowing eyes and grabby, mechanical hands came too close, Dib lost it.
At least, after almost a week, the boy was able to use his own legs to carry himself away from Gir, inste