ZADR Orange Chapter 001
"Jerks..." muttered the teenage boy from his hiding spot inside the boys' bathroom stall. He had been stuffed into a locker- AGAIN!- and had to be let out by a teacher after at least two hours of slamming on the door and waiting for somebody to hear him. To make matters worse, he had been yelled at almost immediately afterwards for missing class. A fairly typical day for him, though annoying nonetheless. Things like this had started happening to him on a daily basis ever since he had first entered high school, and the rumor going around that he was gay did not help matters at all. So he found himself once again hiding out in the bathroom, his preferred eating spot during lunch time. Nobody would bother him while he was in there. Well...at least, nobody human.
He snapped his head up from his food when he heard the bathroom door opening and quickly pulled his feet up onto the toilet seat until whoever had entered, left. That's when he heard an all too familiar voice.
"Argh! Those HORRIBL
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After giving the other's proposal some thought, Dib finally frowned and shook his head. "No! You're lying to me!" he said though Zim wouldn't give up.
"Oooh, come on! How will you know if I am or not unless you let me go and see?!"
"I just know! You always lie to me!"
"Cooome ooooooooon! Aren't you at least a LITTLE curious?"
Dib let go of Zim. "Fine! You can go! I already know you're not going to give me anything no matter how interesting you try to make it sound to me!" he sent Zim a truly hurt look before turning and shuffling away.
"HEY! Zim didn't lie!" Zim grabbed Dib and jerked him back around to plant a big kiss right on his lips.
Eyes growing wide at the small gesture, Dib could only blink a few tears out of his eyes before pulling away with blush, taking a few steps back as he brought his hands up to play with his fingers shyly, gaze fixed on the ground beneath him."Wh-Why did you kiss me? Y-You could have just left without giving me anything." his voice was surprisingly calm
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Curling in on himself and sniffling wetly, Dib let out a small whimper in his sleep.
Zim felt a sharp stab through his chest like before. "I'm sorry, Dib...I did it all..."he said before curling up even more around Dib.
Continuing to sleep on for several more hours, it wasn't until some time later that Dib finally began to come around again, blinking his eyes open and feeling a bit disoriented at first about where he was . "Hmmm?" he sounded out, looking about the room.
Having migrated to one of the corners of the room, Zim laid curled up on the floor across from him.
Blinking his eyes a few more times, Dib looked about the room some more before remembering where he was and sitting up quickly in the bed. "Z-Zim?" he looked over and noticed the Irken
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Contrary to what Dib thought, Zim could only smile at his words before responding back in a soft voice to him. "But, Dib...Things were different back then. This is special." he leaned in to kiss the boy. "I can wait for this." he assured the other comfortingly.
"Y-You'll be my first...A-And hopefully my only, b-but...But I'm not your first, am I? S-Something was going on between you and your leader, wasn't it? A-At least, something was going on between you two in the past..."
Zim merely chuckled a little, however. "No, Dib. You're not entirely right on that. Yes, I had a fling with my Tallest, before they took over that is...But we never actually HAD sex...We started...But we had never gotten past foreplay." he blushed, a little embarrassed now. "Of course, Pur always hoped we would, so he kept me as an optional mate, which completely infuriate
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Staring at the bit of sleeve being offered to him for several long moments, Dib seemed to hesitate before finally taking it from the other to wrap tightly around his wounded arm. "This should be good enough for now. I-I just hope it doesn't begin to bleed through at any point." he said before finally looking back up at Zim. "Th-Thank you..." he thanked the other, a small blush gracing his face.
Smiling back at the boy, Zim moved in to kiss him on the forehead, pulling back after a moment or two. "Don't mention it..." he smiled wide at the other before lifting his gaze up to the ceiling to have a look around. "We have to find a way to get you out of here...Then I have to find the Tallest." he said, searching for some safe way to smuggle Dib out of there.
Eyes widening at those words, Dib burst out in disbelief at what the other had just said. "W
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"I wanna come with you! Can I come with you?! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Please! Pleeeeeeaaaaaaseeeee!!!!"
"No, Gir. I need to do this alone. Besides...I have another favor to ask you. I don't know how long we have, so if I'm not back in about an hour or so, I want you to go to my house and tell Gaz to take Tak's ship and get as far away from Earth as possible. Please, can you do this for me? A-And tell her that if I don't contact her within 24 hours that chances are I'm dead..." Dib's voice fell with his last statement as he was having a hard time admitting to himself that he may very well die on this mission. "Please, Gir. I just need you to do this for me!" he looked down upon the insane robot with a serious look upon his face.
"Okaaay..." Gir finally gave in before smiling and waving goodbye to Dib as he climbed
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Dropping a giant pile of papers on his desk, Miss Bitters then pointed out the door. "Fine! Now get out of here!" she ordered Zim to leave her classroom.
Grabbing all the papers, Zim wasted no time at all making a break for Dib's house. "M-Maybe...Maybe he will forgive me." he said to himself, holding the papers tightly as he made his way to the human's house. Arriving at the house within a matter of minutes, he hesitated before making his way up to the front door. "Well...Here goes nothing..." he whispered to himself before knocking on the door.
Answering the door a few moments later, Gaz could only glare at him when she saw who it was. "What the hell do YOU want?" she demanded, standing in the doorway with her arms crossed, tapping her foot on the ground impatiently, having had to pause her game to answer the door.
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Watching as Zim left with Purple, Dib suddenly felt rather uncomfortable being left alone with only Red, unsure whether he should leave or stay.
Closing the door behind them, Purple then turned to face Zim once they were alone, circling him a few times before slinking up behind him to place two hands with long, slender fingers on his shoulders. "So...Tell me, Zim...You 'like' this Dib-human that Red has been talking about this entire time?" he questioned the other, almost suspiciously.
Zim blushed at having Purple so close. There had been a reason why he preferred to speak with HIM over Red after all, the same reason Red always wanted him gone. "Yes...I like him." he answered back confidently, eyes fixed on anywhere but Purple.
Snaking his arms even more around Zim, Purple then rested his chin on one of
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His snickers growing into demented laughter, the drone's voice seemed to bounce off the walls of the cell Zim was in. "Oh, well Earth is going to be no more than a field of asteroids as soon as the clearance comes in." he sneered in an all too amused manner as he towered over the terror-stricken Zim.
"WHAT?! B-But the Tallest said...It's supposed to be a ZOO!"
"Heh...Not anymore, it's not."
"You-!" Zim attacked the drone in his rage, knocking him out cold and then attempting to leave the room. "Locked!" he growled, blasting at the door, searching the interior for any sort of air vents, attacking the walls, and attempting just about anything else he could think of to escape. But after an hour or so of failed attempts, he finally sank back down to the floor and curled up in a fetal position, his conflicting emotions bringing tears to his eyes. "Dib is going to die...and it's all my fault." he broke down right there in the cell, uncertain as to what he was going to do now.
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Looking up at Dib guiltily, Zim could only drop his eyes away after a moment. "I'm sorry..." he blushed, knowing he had been getting ahead of himself. "But yeah...I could make you a disguise...You'd have to come back to my base though. The computer has the disguise machine...And...If you wanted...You could stay for a while while you try it out..." he offered, blinking back up at him after a moment or two.
"I-It's alright. I-I just don't want to do something I might regret in the future. But I can go with you to your base if you need me to. A-And if you don't mind, I-I guess I could stay for a few days while I try out the disguise, though I know I won't really be able to go out in public with it."
Smiling at Dib's answer, Zim nuzzled him affectionately. "I understand. So...Shall we go then? Oh! But you might want to pack a few things before we leave..
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Gaz couldn't take it anymore. She was sick and tired of having to listen to her father complain about every imperfection he found in Dib. So dropping her video game, she couldn't help but send Professor Membrane an icy glare. "Dad, SHUT UP! We ARE lumped together! I'm gay too!" she voiced out before stomping her way over to the stairs to the lab. "If you were home more, you would have known this about us!" she turned to scream back at him before storming down the stairs, just mad enough at Membrane to help Dib save Zim.
Jumping at the sound of his sister stomping down the stairs, Dib quickly turned his head to look back at her. "G-Gaz?" he couldn't believe his eyes as he watched her come up next to him so she could kneel down and take up her own towel to help him dry Zim off.
Glaring back at Dib, Gaz merely snapped at him. "Well, don't just sit
ZaDR - Homecoming Part 1Dib paused as he read the bulletin board near the school's front door.ZaDR - Homecoming Part 1 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"What're you reading?" the familiar voice said from behind him.
Without turning around, Dib reached back with an arm and pulled Zim toward him, holding him close. "Just looking to see if there are any new announcements."
Surprised but pleased at finding himself this close to his human, Zim stretched up onto the tips of his toes so he could rest his head against Dib's shoulder, reading the board too. "Hey, look!" He pointed at a bright flyer. "All applicants for homecoming king and queen need to talk to the principal before January 10th!"
"So?" Dib had no clue why Zim would bring that up.
"So we should go for it!"
"Zim we're both males."
"So? We can be homecoming king and king!"
"I don't think they do that."
"We can ask."
"Well okay, I suppose it's worth asking. It's ten minutes until the first bell. Do you think that's enough?"
"Of course it is. Let's go." Zim grabbed his wrist and dragged him through th
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"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
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Ignoring everyone as he always did, Zim walked past them to grab his case. He really didn't like this class, but he had to choose some kind of elective and figured this wouldn't be too hard. It wasn't for him, being a fast learner, but some of the other students were just terrible.
He went to sit in his section, taking out his piccolo and putting the pieces together, making sure they were aligned correctly. After ensuring that the surface was not smudged in any way, he laid it across his lap and watched the clock in boredom. As much as he didn't want to admit it, he kinda wanted Dib to get here arguing with him was always an entertaining way to start the morning.
Soon enough, he sensed the boy enter the room and turned to watch him. Dib picked his way through the crowd of students and instruments easily. He's always been ligh
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Dib lowered his binoculars and leaned back against the trunk of the tree he was perched in. It was recess and he was doing his usual spying on Zim. They were in Hi-Skool by now and Zim hadn’t managed to take over Earth yet. Not that anyone really expected him to. He’s shown his incompetency so many times Dib stopped worrying about him long ago. He just liked observing the many odd quirks the alien had.
His curiosity was piqued slightly. What function did the antennae serve? As long as he’s known Zim and he’s never really figured it out. He assumed they were for hearing and expressing emotion, as they often shot straight up when their owner was surprised or laid down flat when he was angry. But was that all they were for?
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"I'm not being a baby!" Zim protested, digging his heels into the ground to try and stop Dib from pulling him forward. "I just don't feel like telling your father about us! What if he doesn't take it well?"
"Oh, you know he likes you."
"But what if he reacts negatively to the news that his son is well "
"If he really loves me, he won't care if I'm gay." Dib gave Zim's arm an extra hard tug and got him to start walking again. "Look, we need to get this over with. He knows I've been going out with someone. And he thinks you're a very nice, smart person. He's my father; he's going to accept me no matter what."
"Well, okay but if something bad happens, I'm blaming you," Zim said, finally walking on his own. He pulled his arm out of Dib's grip and folded them across his chest.
"And we're going to tell him the whole truth," Dib went on as he opened the door.
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Zim clenched his fists under the table as an unidentifiable emotion boiled in him, white-hot. It certainly wasn't jealousy. Of course not. Why did he care if Dib was talking to the females? He didn't care at all. It kept him distracted. So he could work on an evil plan without being noticed. Or something.
He shoved his tray of school food aside and took a blueprint out of his PAK, spreading it out and drawing on it, humming loudly, watching Dib out of the corner of his eye.
Dib glanced at him and made a move as if to get up, then changed his mind and relaxed again, looking back at Gretchen. She smiled at him, flashing her perfect teeth; years of heavy-duty dental work had finally paid off. She didn't have braces anymore and her overbite was gone; she was quite beautiful now.
Zim growled to himself and put the blueprint away. Time for Plan B. He reached down to pi
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That Dib-child just made Zim so furious sometimes. If it weren't for that monkey, he would have taken over this wretched planet years ago. And it didn't help matters that they were in Hi-Skool by now and Dib was almost seven feet tall. Insanely tall compared to the short Invader. Zim, of course, hated Dib even more because of that.
By now they had reached some sort of mutual agreement; neither was capable of winning their endless battle. They were just too evenly matched somehow. They had also discovered that if either were to be permanently defeated, the other would most likely end up depressed and lose their drive.
So actual physical battles ceased to be about a year ago. Now they just insulted each other across the classroom or threw stuff at each other. No different than any other Hi-Skool rivalry, really.
It was the worst time of the year right now. Winter. Temperatures dropped to below freezing and frozen water fell from the sky. Harsh winds blew. It was
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Dib sighed sadly as he looked at a picture of Zim, standing as proud as he could despite his short stature, hands on his hips and grinning, obviously pleased that his picture was being taken. He was in disguise; the obviously fake black wig and purple contacts normally would have made the teen laugh, but he couldn't now. Not when he hasn't seen the irken for nearly two years...
He closed his eyes as he remembered the last time he had seen him.
It was ninth grade, about halfway through the school year. In an attempt to make school more fun and perhaps revive some crushed spirits, a school dance was held. It was nothing formal, and you could come in whatever you wanted as long as it adhered to the dress code, that is. But no one paid attention to that stupid thing anyway.
Zim seemed somewhat interested in going, most likely because he wanted to learn more about Earth culture or maybe play a few pranks on some unsuspecting humans.
Dib wasn't sure, but he did know he wasn't going to
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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
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"That was actually kinda fun," Gaz said, referring to their earlier dance.
"Yeah, I like it," Zim agreed.
"Kinda makes you tired, though." Her hand was pressed to her chest as she took deep breaths.
"It's supposed to. It's an exercise as well as a dance."
"One bottle of water," Zim said to the lady in the concession stand. She fished one out of the ice-filled cooler and set it on the counter.
"One dollar," she said.
Zim dug a dollar bill out of her pocket and gave it to her, then picked up the bottle. The ice-cold water clinging to its outside made him flinch as it burned his skin. He quickly handed it to Gaz and wiped his hand off on his pant leg.
"Thanks." She twisted the lid off and drank deeply. They walked back to where Dib was sitting. "You sure Dib won't get jealous?" she asked.
"Oh, no. It's a dance. He won't care. Dib's not the jealous type," Zim replied. "If anything, I'm the jealous one. I never like anyone near him. Like this one
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Dib could feel the other's fake eyes following him, watching his every move as he packed up the last of the gym volley balls into there bags, and he couldn't help but wonder why. Why was it that fate was so cruel towards him? Ever since he'd first entered high-school, it seemed every teacher he came into contact with was drawn towards pairing him up with his worst enemy, as he currently was right now. Not that it really mattered when the green menace just sat back and watched.
"You know, you COULD help me with some of this, you jerk." he said, picking up the first bag of volley balls to move them over towards the equipment room.
After an intense gym period in the close to freezing-cold basketball court, their gym teacher had assigned THEM to pack up all the equipment and move it back before heading home. A few weeks shy of the winter break, Dib just wanted to get out of the school's required gym clo
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Dib rolled his eyes. Of course Zim would be going off again. This time was no different to the last, except instead of rambling on about the cafeteria food giving him blisters, he was directly addressing the cafeteria drone herself. She ignored him of course, barely casting an eye towards the green 'child' directly in front of her, let alone every other student in the cafeteria for that matter.
How could they not see? Even after a two years of the same nonsense. Dib had at least expected something to change. But no. He was still picked on. Still known as the crazy kid with no friends. The paranormal freak.
Putting his hand to his chin, Dib slowly ate his cafeteria food, trying to blot out the noise of Zim's raspy voice, but it was no good. He could still hear it ringing throughout his head. He almost envied how the other students could block Zim out so easily. He just wouldn't shut up.
The pounding sensation emerging on the right side of his temple didn't help either. The more Zim rant
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Zim tried not to feel anxious as he continued to wash himself.
"Oh, shut up, Zim! You know very well I asked you to keep a shower running for me before you left the gym! How was I supposed to know you were still using it?! Besides, I thought you hated water! So why haven't you gone home yet?!" Dib snapped right back at the other, peeking out from behind the curtain of his shower to have a look around, contemplating ducking behind various shower curtains until he could reach the towels on the other end of the room.
Chancing a quick glance over at the shower Zim was still standing behind, he took a deep breath before darting out to make a quick dash for the shower curtain closest to his own. He then did the same with the next one and then the next one, drawing ever closer to his prize. When he was about two showers away from where he could see the folded up towels however, he felt his foot slipping against the wet tile floor as he made another mad dash for one of the curtains.
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After several minutes of just staring at the computer in complete terror, Dib turned to the platform and headed towards it. He shut off the lights on his way out, the computer’s bright monitor illuminating the room now. His head turned to look back at it, nodding once as if to thank it before stepping onto the plate in front of him. The platform rose again for him to take him back upstairs into the wreckage. Now he had an answer as to what happened and why Zim was behaving like he was. The better question was, would he regret seeing that though; seeing the complete self-destruction of his now former worst enemy and now current worst nightmare?
The thing that made seeing that video so traumatizing was that he had actually grown to some what care about Zim. Yes, they were enemies both out to stop each other at every turn, but before Zim, he didn’t have a reason to get up every day and go to school. Zim was everything he had always wanted; an alien that had found
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Upon arriving home on that quiet, eerie night, Dib was relieved to find that no insane Irken had followed him. He was alone now, and he had the feeling he would have a peaceful night in contrast to the others he had experienced.
As Dib had made his way into the house and up to his room, the lingering smell of day old blood hit him. It wasn’t quite as harsh and foul as the pile of junk found in Zim’s closet. However, it was enough to make the boy groan in both agony and nausea, but the smell didn’t seem to stop him from hobbling to his bed and allowing himself to collapse upon it.
At least he was safe for now, and tonight would be one of the only nights open for him to sleep without much worry. Zim was still too weak to come for him, and the computer was keeping him indoors for tonight.
As Dib lay on his bed with his eyes pealed wide open, he felt himself almost grow drowsy as time proceeded. He even fell into a deep and much needed sleep within fifteen
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Dib remained in an almost trance-like state for a few moments as he recalled a few memories of Zim. He took another deep breath before speaking again in a quiet tone. “Zim... He was pretty interesting.”
"Yes? What is his personality like?" The doctor questioned, beginning to write again at the others decision to elaborate more on the subject.
Dib slowly looked back to the doctor, shifting in his seat as he considered the question. “Well, he was loud and obnoxious and would often insult the human race whenever he had the chance to. But, he was very proud of his race and his leaders. He made every attempt to take over Earth even if he failed every time. But I liked that about him...” Dib’s voice trailed off some as his gaze lowered. “I admired that about him actually..”
Dr.Gaul hummed and nodded his head a bit. "Well, I can only chalk this up as more schizophrenia from how you say this. You seem very fond of this little delusion as
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Dib bit down firmly on his lip before shakily stepping forward and pulling him slowly up the creaky stairs. Since it was dark, he squinted his eyes in an attempt to see a bit clearer in the small amount of light that he had. As he slowly made his way up the stairs, whispering the Irken’s name in an attempt to draw him out from his hiding place. In a situation such as this, Dib preferred to know where Zim was rather than him be out of sight with the possibility of a surprise attack.
After a minute of crawling painfully slow up the stairs, he finally made it to the top with the sight of the illuminated room at the end of the hallway; the same room his sister’s decomposing body lay on the metal table.That light was still on, but there weren’t any sounds. Either the Irken was being especially quiet, or he wasn't there at all.
Dib’s feet were planted deeply where he stood, hesitating to go any closer to the room. Memories and dreadful images of what l
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Dib’s hurried pace soon slowed to a steady walk as he got closer to Zim’s base. He delayed getting there as he was both afraid and nervous of what he may find here. He actually started to second guess if this was the best thing to do, but he arrived before he knew it. Once it were visible across the road from him, Dib stopped and stared at it for a short time. He drew in a deep breath, whispering unsure words of encouragement before starting closer towards it.
Zim's base looked pretty similar on the outside, except for where his gnomes keeping his house protected had been destroyed. Though, it did seem to have an eerie aura around it which was something that hadn’t been present in the past.
Dib had made it to the front door now, staring upon it as if there were something fairly interesting about it. In reality, he was just preparing himself for what he was sure would be a quite shocking sight. Finally, he pushed the door open and flicked on the lights wi
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to mean something?
He only really
An unlikely one,
The one he
hated for so long.
A small smile
Zim wasn't even
in skool that day.
He knew what
day it was,
That made Dib
want to cry.
Did he really
have no one
to be with?
The human opened
the door to his
No one was
His father was
usual, and Gaz
Dib cursed to
What did he
The mere idea
He made his
way slowly to
There was nothing
to rush for
The teen opened
his bedroom door.
He went to
turn on the
Dib was practically
His friend hadn't
forgotten after all.
Dib smiled at
that as well.
Zim had changed
over the years.
Almost all the
had left him.
It made the
boy love him
"Zim? Why can't
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The boys were in Dib's room in their PJs, talking about different things. The green skinned one giggled again, and settled himself in the other's lap. Dib wrapped his arms around him.
"So, what do you have to tell me tonight?" he asked. Every sleepover, they took turns telling each other something secret/important. Zim looked at his hands.
"Uhm... Could I... Skip this week...?" he asked nervously. Dib blinked.
"You've never asked to skip before. C'mon, you must have something to tell me." The Irken buried his face in the other's neck.
"Dib... What would you say if I... said I wanted to be with you...?" The boy looked at him curiously.
"Be with me... how?" Zim flushed lightly, and tightened his grip on the other's shirt.
"G-go out... with me..." he clarified, and froze; waiting for judgment.
"Well let's see," Dib began, and kissed the other'
ZADR Plans - Part OneThings started normally enough that day. Dib still occasionally glancing at the disguised Irken across the room. Zim exclaiming that he was normal. The human arguing the matter. No one believing him.ZADR Plans - Part One in Fan Fiction More Like This
However, unknown to those two on Earth, the Tallest were planning something.
"Oh, Red! Come on, that's too cruel!" Purple exclaimed, though his eyes had a wicked glint to match his companion's malicious smile.
"C'mon Pur, you like messing with Zim as much as I do." Red pointed out. The other Tallest shrugged.
"Fine, let's see if he'll buy it..." The crimson-eyed Tallest rolled his eyes.
"It's Zim. Of course he'll buy it."
Back on the filthy mud rock known as Earth...
The usual lunchtime argument, even after so many years. Gaz scowled viciously at her older brother when he blocked her light during one of his rants.
"Sorry Gaz," he said and quickly sat back down, "I just don't understand how no one else sees that he's an alien
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He was waiting.
For the past year, all he did was wait.
Day and night.
Wrapping his arms around his knees that were hugged to his chest, he let his mind drift back to the last time they'd been able to be together.
It was a peaceful, warm day. They could have been outside, but the chose to enjoy their last time together cuddled on the couch.
Zim snuggled closer to him, enjoying the embrace.
"I leave in a week," he whispered softly, as if Dib could have forgotten. It was too dangerous for the human to be around the base in that week, and Zim had to prepare to leave. So this would be their last time together. And neither knew how long he would be gone.
"I love you. Remember that while I'm gone, okay?"
"...Yes. I love you too."
They spent the rest of the time together, not saying anything. Just enjoying the last peaceful moments they could.
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'A test,' Zim thought to himself, 'It must be...'
Zim had to find a suitable mate on this filthy planet... and a disgusting male on, no less. The alien couldn't think of many possibilities...
Keef, of course, came to mind. All the Irken had to say would be that he needed a 'favor' from his 'bestest friend', and he would have a mate in no time.
However, Zim cringed at the mere thought of coupling with that wormbaby.
That's when he heard a small groan. The Irken jumped slightly, having forgotten about the Dib in his ba- The Dib... Zim smirked.
Perhaps he could find a mate easily after all... He went over to the couch. The boy hadn't fully woken up yet,, but he was writhing slightly.
Zim sat on top of him. The alien tilted his head to the side as he looked his enemy over.
He wasn't as overly repulsive as some of the others... This just might
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"Transmission failed, my Tallest." a tech reported.
"Failed?" Purple questioned. "Maybe he's not at home..."
"Maybe he's dead." Then, the monitor beeped.
"Incoming transmission from Earth, my Tallest."
Both Red and Purple grinned expectantly.
On said planet Earth...
Zim managed to get the human boy to his base. He proceeded to bound Dib's arms and legs so that he couldn't escape. Just as Zim was considering what to do with the unconscious boy, the Computer interrupted.
"Master, you missed a transmission from the Tallest..."
"My Tallest?!" the Irken exclaimed. Zim pulled up the screen in his living room and tried to get a transmission through to his leaders. It went through, and the alien took a second to remove his disguise before he saw his Tallest.
"My Tallest!" Zim exclaimed again, and saluted them. The leaders were only looking at the invader in mild amusement. The shortest of the three alien's antennae began to fall back.
"My Tallest...?" They
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"Hello, Dib-human. How are you feeling, hmm?" he asked. The alien ran a gloved hand lightly across the other's cheek. They were going to be mates soon after all, may as well start being... sweet.
The boy only glared at his enemy; wondering what he was planning this time. He tried to turn his head, but winced slightly. Where he had hit his head was a large lump.
The Irken looked at him curiously.
"What's wrong?" Dib looked at Zim in slight shock. There seemed to be some actual concern in his voice. Before the human could react, Zim moved his head to see the injury.
Dib heard him hiss in disapproval and mumble something in Irken. Something extended from the alien's PAK that the boy couldn't see, but he felt it rubbing across where he'd hit his head.
He shifted uncomfortably. An unpleasant smell invaded his senses; making his eyes water. Then it was done. Whatever Zim had used was put back into his PAK.
"There, Dib. You're fine now." he said simply, and snapped. The b
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"What was that, alien?" An all too familiar voice sneered beside the green boy.
"Nothing, Dib-human. Leave Zim alone." the Irken mumbled. Dib blinked in surprise. Zim not yelling? Saying he was 'normal'? That was a shock. The real shock, however, was what he said next.
"I'm leaving, Dib." The statement was fairly simple. Three simple words. But it was enough to as good as stop the boy's heart.
"W-what?" Dib asked. No. Zim couldn't leave. He.... couldn't! Zim was his proof! Zim was... the closest damn thing the human ever had... to a real friend.
"Zim said, I'm leaving Dirt-child. I'm getting off this horrible mud-ball of a planet. Is there a problem with that?" Dib considered that. A problem? No. No problem at all. If Zim left, the Earth would be safe. Of course, Dib would have no goal. Nothing to accomplish. No menace to stop.
"No. No problem. Leave, you horrible space monster! Why would I care?
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Zim sat behind the human boy and wrapped his arms around him.
"Dib," he said lovingly. The boy flinched.
"Enjoying the view?" the Invader asked. Dib went ridged, but refused to verbally acknowledge Zim.
"I did all of this for you, Dib. These people. They hated you, called you insane, put you in a crazy house. Now they can't hurt you anymore." The tears streamed faster. "I kept you for a reason, Dib. You are mine." the alien said. The boy opened his mouth to say something, but shut it immediatly.
"Very well, Dib. You can talk with me later." Zim said, and picked the human up. He cradled the boy in his arms. Loud, broken sobs escaped the boy. He cried into the Irken's neck. Everyone he knew was dead. Everyon
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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.
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A scowl crossed the face of the green skinned youth as he walked the halls of the community hospital with his trainer while tuning out a good part of what she said to think on how ugly the color white was. So blindingly boring and easily stained, which is why he wore dark red colored nursing outfits which contrasted neatly with his skin though often tempted people to make Christmas jokes.
Whatever Christmas was.
He turned back in about the time the nurse he was training under ONCE AGAIN warned him that he was only there as a student in training and was under no circumstances alowed to administer any sort of drugs to patients.
'So basically I'm going to be playing maid to a bunch of germy sick people.' He wanted to complain but thought better of it. He was here to do a job and if playing maid was how he was going to do it then play maid he would.
Anything to please The Almighty Tallest, add yet another territory to the Irken Empire, and to go down in history as the greatest irken
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The rest of that class went pretty okay for the two, even with Keef's persistent demand for attention. The two managed a way to avoid Keef but at the same time make their way to the cafeteria table. Food included!
Dib was currently eating a bologna sandwich, smiling up at Zim the whole time. Sitting next to the other made him so happy now for some reason. Nothing in the world could take that away from Dib; not now anyway. Even if bullies did threaten to beat him up, with Zim by his side, he felt on top of the world!
Zim didn't actually eat his lunch, but he did poke at it some before disregarding it completely in favor of talking to Dib, something he really liked doing, a hell of a lot more than talking with Keef as that boy never listened.
Thats when a very interrupting finger tapped on Zim's shoulder from behind.
Dib glanced over. It was a small group of very popular girls with hair all up and sparkly and lipstick that only barely distracted their onlookers from how revealing t
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It was about one when Dib woke up again. He breathed in a cold whiff of air, the TV still buzzing in the background. His head hurt, but not too badly. He propped himself up and recalled all that happened. Zim had taken a nap as well, that's right.
Up in the bedroom, Zim had finally forced his pak to shut down and now, over three hours later it found no logical reason to wake him up, so he lay there, hugging a pillow to himself and sleeping soundly.
Dib adjusted his glasses, sighing mid-yawn, and made his way up the stairs, farther away from the buzzing TV and closer to his personal queen.
He snuck into Zim's room. Crap, he was still asleep!
Tip-toeing over and squatting on the floor, he rested his head inches away from Zim's face.
Zim jumped and fell half way off his bed, catching him self on his arms so he didn't fall completely. "The Hell was that for?" Zim asked grumpily, climbing back on to sit on the bed.
It had appeared Dib returned to normal. "I was awake. You were asleep
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It was the dreaded day; the dreaded day for Dib.
Dib paced back and forth in the room. His fingers were tangled in his mess of black hair. He was being released today! His father would come for him, and he'd be taken home. That was one step closer to school the very next day. The day he'd be forced to go to school.
It didnt help matters any now that he couldnt speak. He wasnt even aware if his father knew he couldnt speak; nobody tells Dib anything about his father's where abouts or anything about his knowing that Dib even really existed. And now, now with school, now nobody would know what he was saying, not even teachers! "Okay, what's your name?" And then Dib would have to write it in the air with his fingers. Everybody would hate him even more than they already did. They'd have new purpose to mess with Dib, he knew it.
Now, what if something happened? He wouldnt even be able to scream this time to catch any adult's attention to help; not like they did
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The school bell rang in an annoying manor, and teens swung their backpacks over their shoulders to leave the doomed room they were force to wait and listen in. It was English class. The English teacher, a round woman of the name Mrs. Maloy walked past Zim, giving him a hateful look before finding her place back in her own teacher's desk.
Zim scurried out of the room to quickly lose himself in the crowd of much taller humans. Even with the growth hormones he was still incredibly short, but that would soon change. He smirked as he made his way out of the school and ran all the way home, having just barely enough time to get to work after quickly changing and giving his SIR unit a few chores to do while he was gone.
Dib glared at the alien coming into his room much like he had the day before and the day before that, but now for a totally different reason.
"You're late", said the notebook being held over the head of the scowling boy.
"Hey, I have to walk here; I don't get to stay ove
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"Dib!" Zim barked from the doorway, setting the food down on a counter to try and catch Dib in time.
Dib went wide eyed and almost choked on the stick down his throat when he realized Zim was right there. Quickly, the human began pulling the stick out and hide it behind his back as if none of that had happened.
He stared at his alien nurse with wide eyes. All of the color his face might have possessed was suddenly washed away in his tensed, fearful state.
"What was that?" Zim asked, trying to look behind the boy's back.
Dib shook his head quickly to show that it was nothing, and lightly with his fingers pushed the lolli-pop stick under his pillow without moving his arm too much. He gave Zim a reassuring smile and shrug and he grabbed his book and began looking through it once more as if this never happened, despite what his heart said about this.
Zim gave Dib an odd look before going over to grab Dib's breakfast and bring it over to the table for Dib.
Breakfast this morning was eggs, s