'IB' - Chapter One
So here it is! I am finally working on this for those of you who've been so patient. I am working on making this flow a bit better so please excuse its immense length since I have been adding a lot. I hope you guys enjoy chapter one and the rest of the story once I can get around to posting it! I am writing Dib's parts and Invader-Neo is writing Zim's. I haven't edited much of hers because she writes like a boss!
Everyone in the skool building knew it was a scientific law that when there was Zim, there was always oddities and inevitably, screaming. These screams were usually on resulting in either anger and denial at anything that could have been brought to his attention that he felt were threatening to his position and mission, or from absolutely anything that came out of his arch enemy's, Dib's, mouth. And both these oddities and screams were the very things that defined what Zim was to these humans as much as his PAK defined him as an Irken. He had
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Soon all of Zim's tremors just seemed to halt. He pulled himself back up onto all fours, extending his head up with his neck still cocked at an awkward angle so he could see Dib's face. He parted his lips into the grin again, beginning to screech out in a single laughter with that eerie 'e' sound again.
The sight of that haunting grin seemed to paralyze the boy as he slowly let himself down to the floor, wrapping himself in a fetal position as he rocked himself very stiffly as if to comfort himself. Violent shivers also shook him as the cackle rung in his ears as they only intensified the dread he was already feeling.
Zim slowly began to drag himself over to him, seeing him as wounded prey now. His limbs still had trouble taking turns, looking even more like a creature in dire need of an exorcism.
Dib's eyes expanded as the other drew closer to him. He didn't blink now since in his mind, blinking only made him made him more vulnerable than he already was, even though he wo
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Upon realizing there was no sign of the Irken even making an attempt to get into his house, Dib felt it were safer to be in there now than outside so he rushed towards it in quite a hurry. Once he had burst in the door, he slammed it furiously behind him and turned to lock the door for an extra sense of security. Hopefully Gaz had a key to the house so she wouldn't bother him with her obnoxious banging as she did quite often.
After locking the door, Dib turned his back to it and leaned against it, closing his eyes and taking deep breaths in an attempt to calm himself after all of the stress he had endured that day. Unfortunately, he could only think of Zim as he stood there, images of that haunting grin flashing in his memory.
The boy let out a groan of both agony and frustration as he headed towards the downstairs bathroom, pulling out a first aid kit to bandage his wounds before heading up to his bedroom hoping that some relaxation would help to clear his mind. Of cours
'IB' - Chapter Two'IB' - Chapter Two in Horror More Like This
Dib found himself completely frozen again as the other approached him slowly. It was almost as if time had just stopped completely as each step created more and more anticipation and fear. He could hardly even bat an eye as his gaze was glued on to Zim with no intention of looking anywhere else.
Zim took agonizingly slow steps to him, the laughing dying down to weak 'e' sounds of an eerie laugh. He stopped when he had reached him, eyes turning wild almost instantly. He leaned forward and continued that grin of insanity, looking like he was a wrong breath away from a total meltdown. "I...want to....." The rest turned into garbled nonsense, but he paused, as if he were waiting for an answer now.
Dib didn't seem to catch on to this though as he was too intently focused on the other's horrifying expression, sending shivers down his spine the longer he stared at it. He considered running, but of course his body wouldn't even allow him to move a finger as he stood perfectly still
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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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Dib walked down the sidewalk appearing more disturbed than he had since this had started. The lingering taste of Zim’s blood seemed to keep him in an almost trance like state as he walked almost unnaturally down the sideswalk. Of course, the boy’s unsettling demeanor attracted more stares from the people around him.
People went from being distasteful and scowling at him, to almost frightened and concerned for the boy. He'd been progressing so quickly to lunacy lately that some people believed it was time he saw someone about it.
This thought of going to see someone though seemed to be out of the question in Dib’s mind. He knew a doctor would only blame it on schizophrenia or just plain insanity and not even try to believe that something was actually going on. He would only be prescribed some drug to try and rid him of ‘the images in his head’.
Perhaps that's what he needed to stay sane though; receive some counseling and a bit of medicin
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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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Resolve came in the form of first sunlight beaming through the shattered hole that was at one point a window. It immediately melted away the shadows and extinguished the coolness that the night had brought. Everything was completely visible now and revealed to the paranoid human.
However, even after the sun had come up, Dib took a while to convince himself that there wasn't actually anything there, and that it had all just been a crazy delusion in his head. After several more minutes of watching everything around him, he had finally convinced himself that he was alone now, which actually relaxed him and made him realize how tired he actually was. It was too late to try and sleep now though since he had to get ready for another dreadful day of school.
He didn't try too hard, though, as he decided to stay in the bloodied and torn cloths from the night before and only ran his hands over his hair in an attempt to smooth it out. He was far too tired and stressed to be concerned
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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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As Dib stood outside of his home, he couldn't help the overwhelming loneliness that washed over him. After the neighbours reaction, he highly doubted anyone would take him seriously. Not like they had taken him seriously before anyway.
On top of the extreme aloneness, the boy was feeling a massive amount of paranoia. His house had proven to be just as dangerous a place to be now, and after seeing how easily and quickly Zim could infiltrate it, he realized he would never feel at peace inside of it. He would always be looking around himself, checking to make sure he was truly alone.
Dib took only small, slow steps towards the house now, his eyes flicking everywhere as he scanned for any threats. He was quite jumpy now though, so when a small leaf flew by him he jumped backwards a step and let out a high pitched scream. He began to breathe rapidly until realizing it was just a leaf before taking a deep breath and staring forward again, his eyes continuing to scan his environm
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Morning came early for the traumatized boy, his alarm blaring loudly in his ear that morning. It was another school day, but would he dare even risk it? The answer was an obvious no as he slammed the top of his blaring alarm with a tight fist, then covered himself back in his blankets. After lying there for several minutes to think over his situation, he considered that maybe some human interaction would help clear his mind... Maybe someone would finally talk to him.
That was a shot in the dark though when it was really considered. What would make today any different from the others to the point someone would speak to him? Especially now that word was getting around that Dib was falling deeper into a psychosis that left him dangerous to others.
He made his final decision to skip again today. In fact, he was even considering the possibility of not going anymore all together. It wasn’t doing him any good anyway and with his current being; he was in no mood for peop
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I turn my attention back to the screen on the dashboard, my synth-esk lock of hair falling in my face. I push it back out of my face, in order to read what I had just typed. Staring at the Irken at text before me, reading and rereading the same name, over and over, again and again. My mind frozen as I sit there, staring at the screen.
Suppressed memories come flooding back again. Hot tears bubble to the surface and stream down my ivory cheeks. I turn away as I slam the screen down, not wanting to look at it again for a long time. "His name. It was his name."
I hear a voice come from behind, one of a lost love. "Dib-love, why must you abuse my equipment?" My tear burning eyes widen as much as possible. Quickly, I spin my chair around, only to be met with the fusch
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Blankly, i stare. Fear, sorrow, and disbelief. All so obviosly, in my eyes, like koi fish in an empty pond. Slowly, this man i had never met before, firmly grips my shoulder, gives it a gentle shake, and quietly mumbles some form of words resembleing "I'm sorry..." without looking at me, but at the cheap lanolium flooring. Then, without another sound, he vacates the room, leavung it empty to me and my thoughts.
As i sit here in this lonely little examination room, my mind begins to wander. Diveing deep into the deapths of my brain, nolonger aware of my surroundings, i soon come across the all to recent memory, just begging to be replayed. So divulge into it.
~I hear the door click and open, i look up and say "So doc, am i going to live to see another day?" Ant thats when i see it. The all to reconizable look on his face. Pity. "I know that look. I know it all too well. So whats wrong?"
"Well son, you see, this might be a little-"
"No! Stop! Just stop it right there!" I yell as i
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Starring cautiously, Zim continued to poke at the hideous food on his tray, for it had looked like it was about ready to eat his face and crawl off his tray if he wasn't careful...
While in the same moment a certain human Dib, sitting across the cafeteria was watching the irken closely, keeping a glassy stare on him. Rolling his eyes he looks down at his own tray, filled withed mashed baloney, he begins to question it himself. "Ya know Zim, I don't blame you... I really don't..."
Quickly that same irken flips his tray and begins to storm out of the room. "Zim will no longer partake in these, lunch foods, any longer!" He screamed, making his towards the exit, doors slamming open through his rampage.
Hearing the tray crash to the floor, he glances up from his spot in the room. "Zim...?" Curios as to the sudden outburst, Dib then followed Zim to the exit. Though when glancing up and down the hall Zim did not notice the other following him
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After drying the paste off from my shower, i walk out of the bathroom in only a towel and pak. Makeing my way to the closet for some clothes , when about midway, the phone rings. Anticipateing gir to get it, i continue on my way to the closet. But he never answered it. It just rings and rings. Eventualy it just goes strait to voice message. "That stupid robot! He must be at another one of those stupid raves again." I deside to listen to see who it is. "Zim? Zim, are you there? Its Dib. Please pick up.~" the dib. His voice, its filled with longing and angst. Relizeing that something is wrong, and i leap across the room to answer the phone. "Hello?"
"Zim! Zim is that you?"
"Yes. It tis i, the amazing Ziiiiim! Why? Whats the matter?"
"Um... can i come over? Its kinda urgent."
"Why, of course. You are my dib-human, and this is my base, so since the both you belong to me, you may come to my base any time you need to."
"Um... yeah... great. Thanks. I'll be over in a minute." *click*
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 3)I awoke the next morning, body feeling numb from the previous night. . . I sat up slowly, to find myself on the floor where I had blanked out in blissful exhaustion.Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 3) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I looked around, to find Zim a few feet away, laying on the floor, asleep. I figured his body must’ve blinked out to. . .
I crawled over to him, anger from the previous day completely gone. I examined him, in his dozing state, and what I observed made me sick to my stomach.
Zim’s wrists were badly bruised, most likely because of how recklessly I grabbed them, how tight I held them into place. He was shivering possibly because he had slept on the cold floor all night long. . .
I carefully lifted his head, careful to not wake him, and placed it on my lap. Why had I done that? I’m no better than him, actually compared, mine was worse. . .
I sighed, “Zim? Wake up. . .”
Zim’s eyes opened slowly, then he sat up, pain filled expression on his slender face, “D-Dib?” He seemed to have
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 1)I walked out of the elevator to find myself in Zim’s attic. I groaned, “ Zim, what am I doing here?”Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 1) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Zim seemed to ignore my question, and instead walked passed me, to a book shelf. He picked out a book, and opened it, apparently scanning the contents.
He began to hum lightly as he looked tough the pages. I rolled my eyes, and sat on the floor, that’s when I noticed the pain. I hissed a bit, and looked down at my torso. It was covered in bite marks, and scratches. .
Dib whimpered, “Z-Zim?”
“What do you want? Stupid big-headed-fool-boy-creature. . .” Zim sighed, as he continued with his reading.
“Where did these bites marks come from?” I asked worriedly, hoping Zim would bother answering.
“From me. . .” Zim said frown on his face, yet never looking up from his book.
“How about the scratches?” I asked, surprised.
“Zim did that to.” Zim answered, still never looking up from his book.
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 6)Zim ran around his lab, picking up random items, and placing them on the table next to me. . . We were now in his medical bay, which seemed spotless before he began to search it for supplies.Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 6) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Once he was finally done, he began to use some of the instruments on me. . . He jabbed me with syringes, and did blood tests.
“I’m sorry it’s taking so long. . . Zim’s computer isn’t used to human blood and disease. . .” Zim had apologized at least several times.
I nodded telling him, that it was okay. While waiting I decided to ask, “What exactly happened while I was blanked out yesterday?”
Zim looked at me worriedly, “If Zim tells you, do you promise not to hurt him?”
“I promise!” I exclaimed, shocked that he would think I would hurt him after all of his help.
He sat next to me, and sighed, “You came into my laboratory, and you were angry, sad even. . . Zim was confused by your behavior. . . So Zim decided to help. . .
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 2)I felt like property. . . Branded like a cow. How could he? Why would he, do this to me?Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 2) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I ran out of the room, and found Zim, who was still sitting in the chair, reading that stupid book. I grabbed his wrists, and made him stand. The book landed on the floor with a thud, as I shoved him agents the wall.
I held his wrists on the wall, to keep him from retaliating. “What the Hell is on my back?!” I screamed at him.
Zim flinched at my screaming and had a very saddened expression on his, usually smirk face, “Z-Zim doesn’t know w-what your talking about.”
I growled, tightening my grip, “Yes you fucking do!”
“Dib-beast, stop your hurting Zim!” Zim cried.
“I don’t care! What happened? Why can’t I remember?!” I yelled over his pleas.
Zim whimpered, “Because you did not want to remember. . . You told Zim to help you forget. . .”
I now finally snapped, I felt like hitting Zim, but instead I thought of a wo
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 4)I opened my eyes, awakened by nature. . . I sat up to find myself in my room, in my bed. Was it all a dream?Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 4) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I sat up in my bed, then I stood from my bed, and grabbed my glasses from the end table, then looked down at myself, to find my shirt on, like always. . . To find it was the one Zim had taken supposedly.
Was it a dream? I pressed this question, over and over, trying to get my thoughts in order.
I quickly became certain that it was, that the horror of that forgetful day, was all false. I frowned, remembering this ‘dream’.
“It felt so real. . .” I sighed as I walked over to my dresser, fiddling with the clothes in the drawers.
Just then I heard Gaz bang on my door yelling, “You better be getting ready, or I’m fucking leaving you!”
“Almost ready!” I yelled back, I hated that she was my ride.
I quickly got ready, grabbed my bag, and ran outside into the cold of the new fall morning. I sat in Gaz’s car, and nodded at her, to
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 5)I laid in bed, feeling worse and worse. . . Why had I fallen sick? Why am I feeling ill? Where is he?Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Ch. 5) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
My head hurt badly, and my stomach groaned with pain. . . Worse of all, the back of my throat burned, making me rasp and cough.
I had a lot of coughing fits, and it made my stomach hurt worse with each sickening purge that came after the coughs.
I covered my head with my pillow around ten o’ clock to sleep, and succeeded after what seemed like a lifetime. . .
I woke drenched in sweat, yet I felt so cold. . . So alone. . .
I couched into my hand, violently. I felt something warm and stick splatter onto my fist, and I opened my eyes worriedly. Upon examining my hand, I had found something I greatly feared. . . I had coughed up blood. . .
Suddenly a memory came back to me, one I had forgotten because of Zim, and his machine. I was a clone, created by my fath- Professor Membrane. . . I was unstable, unfit to live in my own body. . . I w
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 7)Zim came into the living room, where I had taken residence on the couch. He was smiling happily, as he sat next to be he almost cheered, “Your going to make a full recovery! Your fine!”Invader Zim ZADR: Chains and Bite Marks (Ch. 7) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
He wrapped his arms around me, into an unexpected hug. I grinned and asked, “What was the blood about?” I was truly curious.
“You had apparently ruptured a vessel in your throat area, under usual circumstances you would have died, but Zim saved you!” Zim exclaimed happily.
I was shocked, but I managed to smile, “You know that means I’ll have to repay you.”
Zim waved his hand dismissively, “No. . .”
I grinned and leaned forward, kissing him softly on the lips. “I have to. . .” I said again, showing my stubborn side.
“Oh- Dib-thing. . . Zim does not require anything. . . Just get plenty of rest! That’ll make Zim happy!” Zim said standing to walk away.
I watched him walk out of the room, realizing why he h
Invader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 7)Author's note: Hey people I love that yew guys are so into this!!! i am happy to announce that in this chapter there is a song! yay music!!! anyway here is the link, play while you read or read then play yay!!! This song is only for the first part of this chapter, when you reach the part about the moon, you can exit the song. . . here's the link: http://www.4shared.com/mp3/xFxrcxQA/04_Youre_Dead_Wrong.htmInvader zim: Hi-Skool (chapter 7) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
In biology Gaz sat flustered, and completely unwilling to continue, when Zim sat beside of her.
"Gaz-beast, can I the almighty ZIM, sit next to you?" He asked.
Gaz looked at him and shrugged, "Whatever."
Zim smiled, but his mind was in other places. He was wondering why he loved being so close to her. He couldn't help but sit next to her, and he felt so happy when he did. Zim felt a sort of longing when she was not near him. He did not understand why, but he did not question it.
The teacher walked in, "Hello class, I am Mr.
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Zim sat on the floor, like he had done for many days. Almost a month had went by, and yet he had never gotten over the new revelation.
So in his mild grief, he sat there unmoving.
He now refused the basic needs of life. He refused to eat, feeling that he should never endeavor in such a luxury. He refused to sleep, feeling that if he did, he would only be plagued by nightmares. He even refused to leave his base, for he felt he had no need to go on with his human lifestyle.
So there he sat, in almost a hibernation type trance.
Just then he heard the front door creak open, but he did not bother to see who it was. He immediately thought it was GIR, whom he had sent away, right after his depression began. He felt the luxury of having a companion, was to high for him.
He felt betrayed, felt like a fool. A fool who believed a disgusting defective like him, could ever be an Irken Elite.
How he longed for the feeling that he knew what to do, always. How he longed to call someone he trusted
Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Prologue)The chains rattled as I woke, utterly confused. Where am I? What happened?Invader Zim ZADR: Chains And Bite Marks (Prologue) in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I was upright, my hands chained to the wall. My glasses were off, like my shirt. I felt cold, I felt afraid.
I could hardly make out faint shapes in the purple room I was trapped in. Soon enough though, I saw a green figure walk towards me.
“Z- Zim?” I tried to say it strongly, but failed, it came out as a utter whimper.
It was Zim I could tell, as he came near me. His face almost touching mine, he grabbed my chin, and made me stare him in the eye, “Yes, I am Zim.”
Zim had an evil glint in his magenta eyes, they glimmered with a lust that I could not pin point. . .
“Now Dib-smelly, what do you remember last?” Zim asked me, after staring into my eyes for a moment.
“I r-remember walking d-down the road. . .” I quivered, his hand was surprisingly gentle on my face.
“Then?” Asked Zim, I could tell he wanted to hear the whole story.
“T-then, I s-saw yo
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Waking up with a headache was not one of the most pleasant things in the world. But it's possible because someone always has to find out the persons motives to proceed further. He's used it by now and now is not the time to be complaining. He groans into his pillow as he hand hits the annoying sound of his alarm clock ringing in his ears. He sat up slowly and stood up from his dark blue sheeted bed and looks at the mirror from across the room. His hair was a complete mess from last night, that horrible fight with his white bandages around his chest. The boy shudders at the thought, tracing an index finger across a long scar from the many fights that they both had dealt with.
Everything that they've done was just a complete waste of the humans time, though he doesn't realize it... yet. Noticing he hasn't placed on his glasses, a hand reaches over to grab it, closing his eyes and slowly places it on. He opens his hazel eyes slowly and frowns at the sight. Just as he saw bef
ZADR Dib's Alien Chapter 1''Get out of here! You are a disgrace!!'' The owner of the bar pushes him out and he stumbles from being intoxicated. He hiccups and has a flushed face and walks down the street; holding onto a beer bottle in his hands and drinks it.ZADR Dib's Alien Chapter 1 in Romance More Like This
''Bah who needs hem! I'hve got taht guy at...what'z namee agaien? Membrianopoop? Yeh that's et!'' He laughs weirdly and enters a dark part of the park and sits on a bench; looking up at the purple and black sky.
If you could already guess by now, then congratulations. Dib was now a legal 24 year old man living by himself and usually goes out to the bar to drown himself away. But it gets carried away and he gets drunk, disturbing nearby customers and getting thrown out again. What happened to the paranormal investigator we all knew and love??? Well...you can blame Dib's father on that one.
Membrane forced him to stop being a paranormal investigator. He kept telling him that he should be something even greater; a doctor or maybe even a therapist. He just sig
ZADR Secret Never Told ROLEPLAYZim:*In his labs, building something for his next evil plan*ZADR Secret Never Told ROLEPLAY in Romance More Like This
Dib:*Is in a invisibility cloak, spying on Zim as usual*
Zim: *Humming a little as he works*
Dib:*Chuckles and talks to self out loud* Stupid Alien...
Zim:*Hears something and his antennas go up.* Who's there?! *Looks around*
Dib:Wasn't me! *Starts running towards the elevator*
Zim: *Hears him and blocks the exit, taking out his PAK legs*
Dib: *Walks backwards, falling on my back*
Dib:*Yells in fear, squirting at Zim's face with a squirt gun filled with water*
Zim:*Eyes wide and he starts screaming*
Dib:*Gets up and runs towards elevator* Victory for Earth Zim!
Zim:C-Computer!! Restrain the human!!!!
Dib:*Opens eyes wide and gets restrained* L-let me go!
Zim:*laughs evilly* Not a change human!
Dib:*Frowns* No seriously, let me go.
Zim: And why should I?
Dibecause I can do this. *Breaks wires that surrounds me, and walking passed Zim* That's why.
Dib:*Throws camera in the air, landing in h
ZADR Dib's AmnesiaDib: *Runs away from Zim* Ahhhh! Get away!!!ZADR Dib's Amnesia in Romance More Like This
Zim: *Chases after him, laughing evilly*
Dib: *Sees a tree in the distance and attempts to climb it*
Zim: *Grabs the back of his shirt before he climbs the tree* I have you now human!!
Dib: *Falls down and his head bangs onto a tree stump that has been sticking out of the ground*
Zim: *Looks at him* Dib?
Dib: *Grunts; his head starting to bleed*
Zim: *Eyes go wide* Dib?!
Dib: *Slowly opens eyes and looks up at the voice* ...W-what?
Zim: Uhh.. Are you okay?
Dib: *Grunts and pushes himself up; clutching onto his head* W-who are you...?
Zim: What are you talking about human? I am Ziiim!!
Dib: *Whimpers and squints eyes* ....I....I don't know a Zim...
Zim: What do you mean you 'don't know a Zim' ?
Dib: ...Like...I've never met a Zim before... *Clutches onto his head*
Zim: We've known each other since we were kids!! Remember?
Dib: ..N-no....I...I can't remember.... *Looks up sadly* I don't even know...who I am...
Dib: ....I...I don't
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It was dark by now, the stars just beginning to peep out in the sky while the sickle-moon shone faintly through the smog of the city. Zim walked down the sidewalk with his fists clenched angrily at his sides. Hours of walking looking for GIR and the little SIR Unit had been back at the base the entire time! That horrible robot! Next time Zim would make sure GIR would tell him when he was going out and exactly where he was going.
Suddenly Zim stopped mid-stride, looking back over his shoulder. For the past block and a half a suspicious looking bush had been shadowing him and sure enough it was still there, only five feet from him now. Zim narrowed his eyes. "Dib, this is your most pitiful spying attempt yet." He said. The bush rustled and the unmistakably big head of Dib popped out of the top. "Took you long enough to notice." Dib sneered. "Did you only just now realize I was here?"
"Of course I new you were here! Yes! It was… uh… all part of my plan. Yes! You have walked ri
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When Zim came to it was completely dark. He could vaguely remember waking up a few other times but had quickly been drugged again before he could get his bearings. Now he had absolutely no idea where he was.
Slowly his eyes began to adjust to the dark and he could only just make out the wooden crate he was trapped inside. Trapped! He was trapped and couldn't get out! His heart began to pound as panic rose up inside of him, forcing away all sense and reason. He scrabbled; twisting around in the tiny space as he desperately looked for any way out. He was an Invader, and Invaders could not be contained!
All of a sudden the crate bumped joltingly and light flooded in from a sliding opening. Zim didn't think twice before he shot out of the crate like a bullet, blinded by the sudden bright light he ran until he careened head first against a tree, abruptly stopping his panicked flight.
He blinked dizzily and looked up stupidly at the tree he had smashed into at top speed. T
In The BeginningThe little Irken smeet threw herself down on the floor, utterly exhausted. All day it was the same thing; march, train, download, until her little mind was just as equally spent as her body.In The Beginning in Sci-Fi More Like This
Now at least she could rest until the next day came. Of course, day or night it made no difference, it was always dark. The smeet could remember it being light, but for only a little while before her world was plunged into darkness. A cold and unloving world. A world where no kind word or condolence was spoken. A world where she would have to fend for herself and live without a single comforting touch just like all the others around her. And there were tens of thousands like her, all down within the depths of their planet where they would remain until they were old enough to see the surface and take their place amongst all the other Irkens.
But that was still many years to come. For now the smeets were lead in groups into large padded rooms where they were expected to sleep. They were told by the d
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: Sunset 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 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 Night in Short Stories More Like This
"What's it like flying up there?" The pale ski
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 Food in Short Stories More Like This
ZaDr short story- Not So Cold Hearted Afterall"Shit, Zim. What the hell are you doing out there?" Dib questioned while standing in the doorway. Warmth radiated from the large blue house, but the icy fangs of the winter wind quickly killed it off for anyone outside the oven-like shelter. On the television there was footage of a cozy fire burning, except the professor had rigged it to actually give off heat. It was one of his many fantastic illusions, just like what had become of his 'presence'. "Damn, you must be freezing. Hurry up and get in here, numbskull." The quivering Irken nodded quickly and stepped out of the cold, still shaking even after the door was shut. Wet, muddy boots carelessly marked the floor, but with Zim's entire uniform was frosted with flakes and his lips already slightly blue, it was understandable that manners weren't his main concern. The tension between him and his human nemesis had died down a fair bit over the years, so it was no longer a death sentence to run to Dib's house for protection. They still foZaDr short story- Not So Cold Hearted Afterall in Short Stories More Like This
ZaKr/ZaDr story: Tough Goodbyes - Part 1/3Almost like the sound of screeching tires against pavement, a pair of tiny, furry creatures came bouncing towards me while yipping in a pitch ranking high on the octave scale. My attention was obviously drawn toward the horrid sound, which suddenly ended with a loud whining. Both canines went jerking back once the limit of their leashes had been reached, then they calmed and went scampering back to their alpha. That's when my gaze fell on....him. A pair of striking, golden eyes burned into my mind with their ember-like glow, their brightness causing the rest of the being surrounding them appear more dull. A pair of round, silver frames of metal and glass attempted to hide and protect them however. Clothing of pure black hung off of his scrawny frame, of which was layered with pale skin seemingly untouched by the sun. His hairstyle, I had to admit, was quite out of the ordinary, but that's what drew me in further. A giant lock of black bent behind his head swung in a carefree motion aboZaKr/ZaDr story: Tough Goodbyes - Part 1/3 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
ZaKr/ZaDr story: Tough Goodbyes - Part 3/3Tap, tap, tap, tap, went the heels of my boots against the concrete sidewalk. The steady rhythm of each clack helping me somewhat sort my thoughts as I marched my way down the path. "Tap, tap. I'm gonna get him back. Tap, tap. I'm gonna get him back." Repetition would not get out of my head as this thought spun in a continuous loop over and over in my mind. I was so concentrated on my objective that I didn't even notice a crash waiting to happen until I walked right into it. After falling mercilessly on to my behind, I glared upwards to yell at the oaf who had knocked me over, but my expression quickly softened. I was lucky that I didn't turn into a puddle on the ground the way that same pair of shimmering eyes melted my heart. The taller being looked almost as surprised as I was to see a familiar face.ZaKr/ZaDr story: Tough Goodbyes - Part 3/3 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"D-Dib?" The pitiful whisper finally crawled off the tip of my tongue once I had gotten over my speechlessness. Dib's face seemed to show a small sign of recognition, perhaps even joy,
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All I Want For X-Mas
CHAPTER 1 Part 1
It was the night before Christmas and all through the Membrane household not a creature was stirring well unless you count a skinny, pale, large headed boy at about the age of 8 as a creature.
Dib's glasses, which were much too large for his face began slipping down as the boy peered around the corner and into the living room where their scrawny tree stood, with its bare branches. Well, bare except for a few tiny bulbs in the shapes of various mythical creatures; bigfoot, moth men, werewolves, monsters of the unusual sorts and of course UFOs.
Dib loved UFOs. Well, he loved the paranormal in general. But, to be as specific as possible, Dib loved Aliens. He adored what they stood for. Life outside of this tiny, crude planet. How they had so many possibilities. So much amazing technology. And of course those funny limbs and eyes.
The little(well not so little anymore) boy skidded out from behind his cover, now that he was satisfied
StrengthNeither of them thought it would happen. Zim never in his wildest dreams, if that’s what you could call them and Dib well, he had dreamt about it back in his teen years where everything had seemed like too much and most of his time was dedicated to thinking but, never considered it a real possibility.Strength in General Fiction More Like This
But, now he was 23 and the alien was giving up. Not that he wanted to or even admitted to it outright, still shielding himself behind empty plans. But, there was something in his eyes. Those maroon orbs usually so violently flickering back and forth, narrowing with greed were dull.
So, Dib knew. And he watched the Irken, his greatest enemy and possibly his only friend walk away down their neighborhood, head bent to the sidewalk. The setting sun painted his green skin a light orange. He knew what Zim was walking away from, what the irken was denying. The same he’d always denied. The fear, the fault, the responsibilities, the truth. Poor little alien so far from home, so b
The Forest"So, tell me again why you're here." Dib inquired, panting slightly, thumbs hooked into his backpack. Around him the forest rustled, wind through the leaves, innocent and seemingly barren. Zim trailed behind him, practically crawling except for the forest was filled with germs and stuff and he didn't want to touch that so he was doing an awkward kind of jig.The Forest in General Fiction More Like This
"You. Walk too. Fast." He panted.
"Not my fault your little legs can't keep up." Dib mocked, casually eyeing the trees while his companion gasped as though fatally wounded, standing upright.
"Tiny, puny, pathetic?" The boy mused. "You're all those things."
"How dare you?! I am perfectly sized and far from pathetic, Yanno being a high class irken elite. Unlike you." Sniffing arrogantly, Zim sauntered forward. Dib pulled out a map from his backpack.
"Oh? How am I pathetic?" The Irken growled and stomped around to the front of Dib, trying to get a good look at the map, but the human held it up too high.
Proper Nupitals -ZaDr-The minster, a balding man with a bible in one hand and his other one clenched in a fist of uncertainty. He had preformed over a thousand weddings in his forty years. Each one unique but, always there had been a constant; the vows. Clean and binding. All encompassing and filled with respect, promise and love.Proper Nupitals -ZaDr- in Romance More Like This
"Are you finished being a moron?" Out of the corner of his eye, there was a flash of green and black. "Too complicated for you? Or can we get this over with?"
"Oh shut it, Zim. Give the man some respect " The much too young looking boy grumbled. "If you're even capable."
"Zim is SO capable of respecting the bald guy!" A finger was thrown his direction, nearly taking out his left eye. "I'll show yo"
"That's really not nessacary." The Minister proclaimed. "But, um are you absolutely certain that this ." Two brown eyes flew to the lines in the book which had been scribbled on, words rewritten all over the page, and then he looked back at the couple. "w
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'How dare him' Zim thought. 'How dare he ignore Zim!' Rage boiled up inside the tiny invader as he stormed after his nemesis. He felt a sense of déjà vu, as he recalled Dib refusing to fight with him beforebut he had at least WARNED Zim!
It was hot outside. One of those days that made the threat of Global warming that much more plausible. The sky was a disheartening burgundy color, the sun beaming down with pinpoint precision on anyone who was unlucky enough to be outside at the current moment.
Fortunately, for nearly everyone else in the crappy little town, they were indoors, watching television and drinking cold beverages. Not so fortunately, Dib was the person the sun was beaming down on.
It didn't do much to increase his good mood. Not that there had been much of a good one in the first place. He irritatedly whipped away a droplet of sweat that was rolling its way down his forehead. Why was his house so far away? Why was it so freaking
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The young paranormal investigator slid off his make shift table, his good hand holding his numb arm and shuffled across the room. He looked down at her and felt rage. She had hurt him and had planned to hurt Zim. He looked down at her and felt pity. She was on the edge of sanity, holding on by her broken nails. But, mostly Dib looked down on her and felt...guilt.
Gir didn't know what the hell he was doing. Not that he ever knew what the hell he was doing only now he didn't know what the hell he was doing whilst flying a rather sizable irken ship. Manic giggles escaped from his metal mouth, effectively drowning out any sound of the ship hitting buildings and people and on one occasion a low flying bird.
All he really understood was that 1. Master had called him. And 2. Everything was so bright and happy and omg was that a taco shaped umbrella! Woo! Everything is wonderrrrful!
And the first one was more often than not shoved to
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"You say that as if you actually believe I would break before you would."
"Why had that happened? Why now--here, of all places?" His tone was dripping with frustration as he asked the empty room. "For Irk's sake .Dib shouldn't know about my PAK; he could use it against me!" Although he was already aware of all the other ways Dib had some control over him. He ran a hand over his neck, surprised to find a smudge of violet on his hand as he looked it over. "DAMN IT!" He shouted in surprise. "He did it to me again!" He growled.
"I can't believe I gave into him " He scolded himself. He was an invader! What was he thinking letting Dib have so much control of him? Dib should be under ZIM, not the other way around!
He huffed as he tried to take his mind off it. Instead he focused on his PAK, trying to decide how to lie to Dib about it. As far as Dib knew, this could've been normal for the Irken. How much did the human know about his PAK, anyway? Zim began to
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Several stars glittered, flying across the inky blackness. Being here felt like a dream. Floating in nothingness and yet the most of anything ever, flying like no human ever had before holding onto the most important person in his life.
"Let's go do something."
Zim clutched onto Dib as he felt those arms bring him in close, grateful that Dib hadn't decided to give up right then. His breath came out shakily as his 'spooch beat so hard that it shook the small frame of the alien.
At this moment, Zim was only aware of the human that held him. It didn't matter that he had his wig on, and his antennae were hindered by the fabric; Zim knew that even without it, he would only be able to sense Dib. Enveloped by his warmth and scent, Zim couldn't think of anyplace he'd rather be.
He frowned a bit when Dib pulled away, but gladly took his hand.
He sighed a bit. "Do what? There's nothing to do around here, really. We'd have better luck finding something to do in sp
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And you would fight for Zim out of loyalty?" Zim questioned finally. It was a strange thought; all these years of fighting each other, why would Dib fight for Zim out of loyalty?
Dutifully, Dib scooped out the vanilla cream and plopped it onto the cone before handing it over to the alien menace. "Here, your majesty. I hope you enjoy. I lost a leg while getting it for you but, it was worth it." Once the ice cream was handed off, the teen walked over to the register to pay for their cones, wondering if the old man recognized him. From the dimness in his expression, Dib guessed 'no'. Somehow it was both a relief and a disappointment
Zim rolled his eyes at Dib. He liked the idea of Dib being his faithful knight, but the human's obvious sarcastic tone was ruining the imagery.
Hesitantly the alien tasted the plain white treat, this time not being surprised by the frostiness. This one was a much more subtle sweetness; it was creamy and surprisingly good.
Not Real -ZaDr-1The sun was too hot as per usual in the nameless little town, the grass dry and nearly brown, leaves long dead floating across the ground as if reluctant to touch it fully and yet the wind just kept carrying it along until it got stuck on some long forgotten piece of gum or crushed underfoot of one useless bumbling teenager or another.Not Real -ZaDr-1 in Romance More Like This
Dib was almost content sitting in the heated afternoon or at least that what he resolutely told himself. With his girl friend leaning on his chest, hands around her waist and sipping on poop cola, he was feeling almost complete. Almost like he could lose himself in the normalcy of it all and forget for a little bit that his life was all but falling apart at the seams now.
Key word; almost. Because even as Gretchen blabbered about something meaningless and normal, he felt it. The shivery sensation of being watched. Of big, false eyes that probed the edges of this monotone dream that was too good to be true.
They were following his every move, silently moc
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Okay, so the first half of this chapter is gonna be trough Dib's P.O.V. because it's sooo much easier to explain things through his eyes.
Sixteen years ago was the beginning of my end. On the day of my birth I was taken away from a human nursery on the planet Earth and was raised by an Irken service drone in order to serve my one and only master. The drone told me that Master had bought me legally and therefore I was his forever, but I know I was stolen. Human slaves are illegal in every galaxy, and on every planet. Well, besides Earth, but I never have, and never will admit I know that. I don't need another reason for Master to 'correct' me...
On the day of my second year my master, Blin, assigned me as his personal slave. He told me if I was questioned, I was to 'refer myself as his adopted son.', whatever that was... Master Blin uses many terms that I do not understand, but I've learned to never question him, or it'll lead to more 'correcting'.
For the next five years, there
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Red sat with a bored expression as he watched Purple stuff his face with doughnuts. His eye began to twitch as he listened to the disgusting sound of the other Tallest's lips smacking together. Finally growing tired of the sound, Red yelled at Purple."Pur, it's been three HOURS. Put down the disgusting earth food that idiot Zim sent and do something productive!"
Tallest Purples' eyes widened comically. He looked down at the sugary treats in his hands and then back at Red. "Bu- but Reeeeed~. They're soooooooo good!" He gave the other tallest puppy dog eyes, his lip pouting adorably. "Earth sweets are soooooo much better than Irks!"
Red sighed and rolled his eyes. "I've known you since we were smeets Pur. That look lost its effect a LONG time ago."
Purple looked close to tears as he reluctantly put the doughnuts down on the ship's control panel. The box of Earth goodies in the corner hit a lever which, consequently, blew up a casino pl
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I hate this.
I hate the look on your face: Lost, scared, tired. I hate how we let ourselves become this weak, shuddering from pain but so transfixed in the silence that surrounds us. Ever so gently, I reach out my worn out palm and caress your singed flesh that was once so perfectly smooth. Your maroon orbs scan across my features, searching for something but what that something is is anyone's guess.
Then you smile.
It wasn't one of your egotistical, cocky, "I'M BETTER THAN YOU FILTHY BAGS OF FLESH FOR I AM ZIM!" smiles. No. It was something- wonderful. So wonderful that it was painful. With a shaky tri-fingered hand, you lightly smack my cheek. "That l'k... d'snt f't you... hyooman."
I can't help but smile back. I breathe out a forced laugh and clutch the hand that was still pressed against my face. "I c'ld say the same 'bout you... Sp-space boy."
You say nothing in return. You just continue to smile.
I hate it. I hate that look.
"St'p smil'ng 't me. 't sc'rs
ZaDr ~ You're My Obsession (Chapter 1)AN: I'm taking down the warning because Dib only says ONE vulgar thing. I don't think that requires a warning, sooo.. yeah. BUT BE WARNED! He does say the "F" word.ZaDr ~ You're My Obsession (Chapter 1) in General Fiction More Like This
"Ugh! I hate this weather!" Dib complained as he stood outside of Hi Skool, watching the rain fall mercilessly to the ground. He looked over at the Irken that stood to his left. Who, much to his satisfaction, was shorter than him. After four years of being on the planet the Irken had realized that his old attire had been deemed 'weird,' and in his attempt to successfully blend in with the humans he had taken the human with him to purchase clothing that was 'normal', which consisted of very dark colors. On every outfit Zim had stitched a pink insignia of his Irken empire. The invader had also customized a longer wig to hide his growing antenna.
After the shopping trip the two became something more- not enemies, and at the same time, they were not friends. Their relationship had grown into something like an
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My master once told me that there was a time when all galaxies were isolated from one another; No one dared venture into the depths of space in fear of being captured or even killed by some unknown alien race. That was until the inhabitants of Irk did what no other species dreamed of...
The Irken leader, Tallest Myuki, ordered her best technicians to build something that could easily cruise around space without a single complication. The process took a gruesome eighty years, but the Irken's did it; They built the first space vessel to ever travel such great distances without any problems or hindrance.
The Viral Tank.
Large in size, the Viral Tank could withstand the journey not only out of Irk's atmosphere, but also that of any other unknown planet's atmosphere. Along with herself, Tallest Myuki chose the most suitable Irken scientists to have total control over the Viral Tank.
And that's when those chosen Irken's found did it.
They successfully found one planet who had i
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Looking forward at the crescent shaped chair in which his new master was seated in, a confused teen watched from his spot on the round bed as the ex-Elite examined his new lab that had been hidden by a hologram of a wall. The Irken hummed to himself, picking up various objects only to set them back down again. After a few minutes, Zim turned away from his observations in favor of the boy.
“This lab is impressive.” He said excitedly. “It’s a fair size, has a good amount of tools,” he then grinned sadistically. “There’s even chemicals in here I could only dream of using!” Letting out a content sigh, he turned away from Dib and stared into his lab. “With these materials, I could create a whole new era of weaponry for the Armada.” Dib watched silently as the black stalks upon the other’s head wilted slightly. “Or myself.” Nodding his head, the Irken set out to do just that.
The human’s curiosity was grasped
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WARNING: There IS a bit of vulgar language but not enough to put a real warning. Thanks for reading!
Fuschia eyes blinked themselves awake as cables disconnected from the PAK as it excited it's sleep cycle, forcing the green male back into consciousness. Zim slowly propped himself up in a sitting position before stretching his tired muscles with a mewling yawn, his serpentine tongue flicking out and danced across dry lips.
The Irken swung his legs over the side of the bed and stared at the metal door before him. He desperately tried to sort out groggy thoughts as they flooded into his mind. His first priority was to get his PAK back to full function, but in order to do that he'd need to confront the Blin. He frowned. If he could he would avoid the other at all costs.
But it is crucial if I am to get what I want.
Zim let out a frustrated sigh before he stood up on tired legs. He approached the door, placing his left hand on the panel just as the human had done a few hou
ZaDr - Cat and Mouse (song drabble)It's been five year's since I've seen your face, heard your voice. Five years without you here with me... Five long years of loneliness, wandering space in the only thing you left me. Even in your end you were cruel...ZaDr - Cat and Mouse (song drabble) in Short Stories More Like This
You didn't have to blow up the Armada... We could have escaped to another planet and lived out the rest of our lives there. You holding me... Touching... Kissing... Laughing... Fighting... Crying... But that'll never happen. You sacrificed yourself to give me a better life... Some life this is.
You said you love me,
and I cried.
I loved you too.
You smiled at me,
I screamed your name.
Why did you do it?
You told me to run,
and I did.
You told me never to look back,
but I didn't.
Now I'll never see you again.
You said that you would die for me...
and you did.
But you must live for me too.
You screamed at me to forget you,
like I ever could.
There isn't a day that goes by where I don't think of you.
Recently the thoughts are
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Purple paced next to his chair in the corner of the lounge, antenna flicking as his impatience grew with each passing minute. He mumbled under his breath, pacing growing more frantic.
A crimson eye twitched as followed the pacing Irken. The other Tallest rubbed his temples, hoping to relieve the stress before it built up giving him another migraine.
"-toop 'im. Stu'id 'uman..."
"-No fun.... Ev'thin runied..."
"Just asked for one thing-"
"Pur if you do not stop your rambles I'll rip of your irkening antenna!" Red hissed in annoyance. The pacing stopped as Purple's eyes slowly widened at Red's vulgar threat. "Every day with you is like spending a day with a Slorbee that's passing her young!"
Purple's lip stuck out in a pout. "I'm not a psychotic female that secretes an abnormal amount of hormones..."
Red looked up at the other and let out a frustrated sigh. "Never mind... Just- stop pacing around so much."
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As soon as the wonderful feeling that shot its way through his body, it was taken away just as fast with the voice of his insane SIR unit. "MASTER!" Gir's voice rang out through Zim's antennas as he attached himself to his master's leg.
"GET OFF OF ME GIR!" Zim shrieked, kicking the robot away.
Giggling to himself, Gir smiled up to his master. "The big headed boy woke up though! He dun and go look all funny!"
Rubbing his temples in frustration, Zim stared down at Gir. "What's wrong with him, Gir?"
"HE LOOKS LIKE THIS!!" he screamed, holding up a roll of toilet paper. He laughed hysterically while waving the roll around, ultimately teepeeing the control room.
The Irken ignored the mess for the moment and stared down at the giggling robot. "What's his physical status?"
Gir's teal body turned red as he entered Duty Mode. "Sir! Prisoner Dib's physical status is currently dehydrated!"
"Hmm.... What's his mental status, Gir?"
That Time When Stuff Happened- IntroTwo bodies crashed to the floor. The boy on the bottom hissed in pain and the boy on top groaned but they never split apart. In fact, they became closer together, grabbing and pulling.That Time When Stuff Happened- Intro in Short Stories More Like This
The two males thrust their tongues into each other's mouths. The green skinned male yanked the shirt of the paled skinned human, crushing their stomachs together forcefully.
"Z-Zim! You're- crushing me!" the human groaned into the heated alien's mouth.
"Shhh!" Zim growled.
Zim then attacked the stupid human's neck, making the human yelp and moan at the same time.
"Zim!" the black haired boy gasped.
But Zim continued. The alien would bite then lick the wounds harshly.
"S-someone will see us! Y-You idiot!" the human complained as he pushed Zim by the shoulders. "Quit it!"
Zim stopped what he was doing to glare daggers at the squirming human.
"Dib " Zim began with malice. Said person swallowed a lump in this throat.
"W-we shouldn't be doing this!" Dib reasoned.
Zim ignored the logic and looked around t
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It was a typical day in the small city of (insert city name here), every human had a life to life and they were living it the way they did.
"ZIM! It's YOUR turn to work the cash register! Get over here!" called Zim's boss. Zim groaned as he was bowling fries into hot grease; it splatting at his fine skin, making him wince every time a bubble popped.
"C-coming!" Zim shouted, dropping the fries as someone else took over the bubbly grease job. Zim was now about 20 years old and working at Mcmeaty's. He was tall and looked more like a 16 year old geek teen than a man. He was hunched over, lanky, out of place and most of all...working at a fast food place, which he hated.
"Zim! You better not fail at this! Take the people's orders, and DON'T bad talk them or you're FIRED!" shouted Zim's boss before he disappeared behind the kitchen to yell at the other people working there. Zim huffed at the cranky old fart.
"Yeah...that won't keep me from bad talking you, you motherfucking ass." Zim mumble
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Dib listened to the continuous screaming and realized that he knew the voice. It was Zim's robot thing! Dib opened the window and was rudely greeted with an intensely cold gust of wind and snow. He strained his eyes under his now wet lenses.
A green and black blob was franticly running around something. Dib leaned out the window more to see what Gir was doing and his eyes widened at the sight of a limp body on the snow covered ground. His first thought was Zim.
Out of sheer curiosity, Dib left the bathroom and headed to the door. He quickly put on his boots and Gaz was on the couch, watching TV while playing her gameslave.
"Where are you going?" she asked angrily, not really caring.
Dib muttered something about 'a body' and 'a robot', Gaz paid it no attention, in
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Zim had left work around 5. He didn't take the alleyways; not wanting to get in a fight, killed, or raped, because now he had something to look forward to in life.
Once Zim got to his apartment, he walked in, unsure of what to do next. Once he walked into his house, he smelled...Hamburgers? Once Zim had smelled himself, he realized it was him. He smelled of work.
Zim didn't want to smell like work when he went out with Dib. But why should it matter? They are friends, just hanging out normally...no reason to get fancy. However, Zim had the need to look his best; but why? It bugged the alien a bit.
Zim shook it off and took a quick shower. Because it was a human shower and it used water, he had to cover his body in paste before going in. His soap also had paste in it. Surprisingly, it left Zim's very clean and soft after.
Zim got dressed in a tight dark purple V-neck shirt and black skinny jeans with red converse. This was Zim's normal wear, but at least he looked well enough for Dib. Ho
Hold On Dib's DecisionHave you ever had a day when you were so lonely and so depressed you wished you had someone to talk to?Hold On Dib's Decision in Short Stories More Like This
I was having that day a week ago. I was sitting on an old wood bench perched on a small hill outside the school during lunch. I was eating a sandwich, alone of course, until I heard someone coming from behind. I ignored them in fear of making eye contact with a face I didn't want to see at the moment.
Then I saw the person go around me and sit on the bench across from me.
It was Zim.
He too had a lunch and he dropped the brown paper bag onto the table and sat down.
I had the biggest urge to cry but I supressed it. What I didn't do was shut my mouth.
"I'm so alone." I said to the wood table.
Zim nodded. "Zim is too." he said. Zim sounded far less depressed than I did.
"No one loves me " I choked.
I saw Zim look up at my down casted face. I didn't know what was going on inside my head or Zim's.
"Zim knows not of this 'love'." The alien said almost curiously.
Then it happened. I br
My Alien- 1The large lab hall in the university was full of young adults waiting to learn...well, maybe if it were a normal lab hall...no this lab hall was for one thing and one thing only: studying life beyond the stars...among other things...My Alien- 1 in Short Stories More Like This
The professor strode proudly to his desk and demanded everyone to be seated and silent.
"We have a new student joining us today. His name is Zim. He has moved here from Germany. It would be greatly appreciated if you all would show him around the university. Oh, and he has a very rare skin condition so please do not make fun of him. I expect you all to be on your best behavior." The professor said sternly.
Dib sat in his sit, thinking hard about this 'skin condition'. The scythe-locked haired boy narrowed his eyes at the new student then raised his hand immediately
"What about his nose? and ears! Where did those go!" Dib almost yelled, sounding like a total jerk. He had iffy feelings towards this 'Zim' character.
A lot of students either rolled their eyes
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Zim never made mistakes before. But I can admit that mating with the Dib was indeed a big mistake, actually, it was a HUGE, GINOMOUS, HORRIBLE MISTAKE. Zim regretted nothing but that!
This earth day was Sunday and on Sundays I liked to laze about more so than on other days. I felt like blowing my magnificent brains out while watching the angry monkey show with my annoying minion, Gir.
I looked out the window to see that it had been raining. If it rains in the morning tomorrow I wouldn't even bother going to school. It'd give me another excuse to avoid the Dib thing which we've been doing since the night we "did stuff".
Of course, me being the amazing Zim and all, I would have killed the filthy vermin for doing such things to my amazingness, but! Alas, it was I who started it all and well,
I've grown to be a kind of a fair guy if you know what I mean.
I suppose you smelly readers who have nothing better to do than read this filth called a 'fan fiction' ar
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Everyone harbours hatred for the one person they hated the most. Every single thing the person did made you angry, upset , and over emotional. For some reason this person got to you, no matter what. The overall outcome was that you want them gone. Out of your life forever.
But what if they were gone?
Zim looked to the large window glittered with acid. Rain. A scrawl appeared on his face. He forgot an umbrella and to bath in paste. Tapping his long talons on the hard desk, Zim let his eyes wonder across the room. Bored expressions were found on everyone's faces. Zim's eyes land on the empty desk across the room, Dib's desk.
The Dib human is absent, unlike him. Zim thought to himself.
Shrugging, Zim directed his attention back to the dismal display outside the window. At least the worm baby wasn't around to bug the amazing Zim, and by bug Zim meant simply being near him. But lately Dib hadn't been making any accusations towards the alien. Zim could even admit to the
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Zim kept purring out contently towards Dib. He wasn't like a cat of course, because cats couldn't purr and meow at the same time. However, Zim could speak and purr in his throat at the same time.
"How has life been for you since you've moved away? Still in touch with your sister and parent unit?" Zim asked, wanting to get caught up with Dib.
The question threw the human off a bit, he didn't know Zim would really care about that but the black haired boy tried to answer as best as he could.
"Gaz? She's off to college in game design of course. She called me about a week ago so I should call her again soon. My dad...is probably doing the same old shit. I don't really care about him, we don't keep in touch at all. I tried but it gets awkward so I stopped a year ago and he never bothered to call me so he can go fuck contaminated bacterium for all I care." Dib said sourly as he fiddled with a wrapper on the table.
The 20 year old felt like crying since he hated bad mouthing his fat
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Dib made sure to hold Zim's hand tightly, not out of fear this time, he just didn't want to lose his little alien.
Zim held onto Dib's arm, not used to being in tight rooms with so many close humans. Zim groaned at being so close- even though he got used to humans, he still had a hint of strong hate for them. Zim whispered to Dib's ear. "Let's find a corner," Hoping that there would be less people in a corner.
Dib nodded his head at the idea and stretched his body around to find corners. The human relized that the giant cluster of humans was caused by the mini bar up ahead, at the edn to this hall.
Dib looked left and saw a fair clear corner and carried Zim towards it in a hurry, as in to claim the spot. When they got there, Dib looked at Zim and smiled, almost tired.
"I didn't expect this many people." The black haired male looked around for the conference room he decorated. The human was hungry but he could wait for things to settle down, Dib hated being in the mess of things like th