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Dib clenched his fists in anger digging his nails deep into his palms as he stared outraged as he heard so of the conversation the tallest were having with Zim. He sucked at his lipring and kept his mouth shut as the tallest teased Zim more.
" it looks like taking over earth isn't the only thing you failed at." Red pointed toward Zims' neck and snickered. Zim brought a fingerless gloved hand up to his neck and lowered his head. Dib tried not to think of that horrible day when he'd found the unconscious irken lying next to a bloody razer blade, Dib shook his head to clear his thought and continued to listen.
"Zim what's wrong did finding out we could care less about you upset you that bad" Purple burst out into an uncontrollable fit of laughter. Zim reached out and turned off the moniter, his legs seemed to collaspe out from under him. Dib rushed out from where he had been standing. he kneeled down behind the irken and wrapped his arms around the slender form. Zim made no movement
healed'why did he have to go with them' Zim thought outloud. Dib had left four days ago with his family, he had mentioned where they were going but couldn't remember it now. It was still two more hours until they were due back, but Zim didn't know if he could wait any longer. He missed the human so badly that in his loneliness he had bled more then he had cried, gauze bandages covered almost every inch of his arms. Dib wasn't going to be happy about it but he should have known how the irken's state of mind was.healed in Short Stories More Like This
Zim grabbed the ipod that Dib had given his for his 'birthday' and shuffled though all the songs until he ended up with the song Lets have a wreck, it was one of his and Dib's favorite songs because it discribed them so well. As the first verse sounded out through the house Zim couldn't take the loneliness anymore, he called Gir and commanded the little robot to bring him a few things from the lab one of which was a blade that would help him ease his mind. Gir obeyed but when he
zadr- The Escape"You have failed us yet again zim. You are the most worthless, pathetic, ignorant piece of scum we have ever laid our eyes on. From this moment on you are banished from irk and if you ever set foot on it again I will ki- "zadr- The Escape in Short Stories More Like This
zim stared up at his monitor silently as purple interrupted red and whispered something that made the both of them grin.
"Instead of banishment we have decided death is a more fitting fate for you."
zim's mind went numb as the reality of what was happening set in. the tallest stared at zim with almost pure joy as they all but purred out the rest,
"tak has almost completely concoured the southern half of earth, so we have decided to send her to find and terminate yo-"
zim snapped then as he grabbed a pipe that was laying on the floor next to him and smashed the monitor to pieces then started breaking everything within swinging distance only when his base was all but destroyed he dropped the pipe and went to the top floor of his "house". zim's pak had almost comp
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For the umpteenth time, Zim found himself sighing as he tried to concentrate on the checkups he wanted to do, on the station's operating system. Concentration was hard to hold on to, however, when he found his eyes drifting over to where Dib lay, on one of the padded, pink benches to sleep off the stress. The boy had cried for nearly an hour straight, only stopping when exhaustion got the better of him and the alien had to help move him to a spot where he could rest.
Shaking his head, Zim tried to go back to running system checks while the human slept. There was nothing else to do for the alien.
He managed a full five minutes more before he threw up his arms with a frustrated huff, simply switching the station's main computer on to run a standard diagnosis instead of making a more thorough, manual checkup. Slowly and stealthily, as not to rouse the resting human, Zim drew closer, taking a seat just next to Dib to watch him instead of the screens.
Even in sleep, the boy's face was drawn