Cuddles and LoveIt was an odd week for Zim, at the beginning. Gifts showed up, randomly in every place. The signature was the letter S, and the Irken symbol. He started to like it eventually. Somebody was actually praising him. At night, he felt someone hugging him in his sleep. He enjoyed it. He liked someone there to hug. Zim wanted greatly to meet this person.
One day while working, Zim noticed a trail of notes, and followed. Each one got him closer to a dark room, where instructions were to hold his arms out for a hug. In less than a minute, the one he always felt at night was in his grasp. "wh..who are you?" he asked hopefully. "Someone who….. loves you..." Skoodge showed himself. Zim was very surprised, but kept in mind he was the one that praised Zim for so long and just smiled. "I.. I love you" Zim said meekly.
Over time, they did become close. But Skoodge had one problem. Zim was not pudgy or even soft. Skoodge came up to him one day. "Zim, would you…. Gain for me?"
"Gain? No. I don't actuall
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Animal Crossing: Employee of the Millenium“Good work,” said Tom Nook, owner and eternally present manager of Nook's Cranny, the only store in the entirety of Blossomville. “I had some reservations, but I suppose I'll have to trust your judgment, hm?” He peered out the window and shook his head in blatant disappointment. He “trusted my judgment” as much as a fly trusted a spider.
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Shove it, I thought, You were the one who ordered me to plant flowers and saplings in the middle of December. What did you expect? A lawn worthy of the cover photo on a home improvement magazine? I don't think so, Tom. Despite my very low opinion of him, I tried to maintain a somewhat respectful attitude toward my unwanted boss. “Thank you, Mr. Nook,” I said, my smile as fake as the Christmas tree he had set up in the back corner of his store, “I live to serve.” Whether I want to or not.
“I'm glad you're finally back, though,” Nook continued, “I have another err