Editor's note: This one was the least fun to write so far, for me. I planned the first part, but for this part, i had to make stuff up as i went along. Not a good idea.
It was almost three in the afternoon. It was warm out and Dash watched confusingly as Dave and Jesse came over to the exibit with a cage.
"Well, damned Buffalo Zoo says they'll be later then they thought, so we decided to send our ペンギン first 'fore they got 'ere. Not comin' 'til six, I think," Dave informed.
"Okay. Well, lets get this over with. I think this ペンギン is gonna put up a fight." Jesse 発言しました as he looked around the exibit.
Dash turned to Skipper, "What are they doing? why do they keep on staring at me? I mean, I know I have great looks and all, but it's really starting to creep me out."
Skipper rolled his eyes. "They are taking あなた away and sending あなた to some other zoo, in a place called Albany または something."
"WHAT?!? They can't take me, I've been here all my life!"
Skipper smirked. "HA! I knew it! あなた never lived in Antarctica! または fought off a leopard シール または a killer whale! あなた 発言しました it yourself! What do あなた say to that?"
Dash just stared at Skipper, dumbfounded. He really didn't know what to say. He was embarrassed. Outsmarted によって a fourteen-year-old.
Kowalski was listening in the whole time. "Wait, so あなた never really saved a girl from being eaten によって an orca, and all your other stories are just lies?" Kowalski was disappointed.
"See, Kowalski, I was right. Dash is just a big, fat liar." Skipper said. He was also disappointed, but it was shown towards Kowalski.
"I'm not fat!!" Dash finally spoke up. It was the only thing he could really say right now.
Then Dave opened the cage. "Come here penguin. I got some fish," he lied.
Jesse impatiently grabbed Dash. Skipper never heard him squeal so loudly.
"LET ME GO! あなた CAN'T DO THIS!" Dash shrieked.
Jesse, trying keep a grip on the struggling penguin, was finally able to stuff him into the cage. Dave locked the cage door behind him.
"There. What a fighter that one was. Real stubborn, if あなた ask me," Dave said.
"Seriously. Now lets send him off, and then lets get something to eat. あなた up for Wendy's?"
"Yeah, I'm starvin', man." Dave replied. The zookeepers left. Dave was holding the cage, where Dash was held captive in it, swearing loudly.
That's the last Skipper, Kowalski, and Heidi saw of Dash. Boy, were they happy.
It was almost five. Hiedi was down below, taking a nap. Skipper and Kowalski were arguing.
"Oh come on, Kowalski. あなた can't fight for your life. あなた are all brains, and that's it. あなた have no combat skills whatsoever."
Kowalski balled the end of his flippers into fists. He knew Skipper was only saying that to get him to attack him. And he really wanted to right now, but he thought it would really bother Skipper if he held back. "That's a lie. I could fight if I tried."
"Then let's see it," Skipper grinned.
"Umm, no, because... "Kowalski thought for a moment. He wanted to get out of this situation really badly. He couldn't take the tention. "Because... Heidi will get mad. She hates it when we get into combat."
"Heidi, Schmeidi. Who cares. She's asleep, she won't notice."
"Okay, then... we still can't fight, because we'd make a scene in front of the visitors. As I recall, it isn't in a penguin's nature to attack other penguins. It would be embarrassing. Remember last time? The humans all gathered around taking pictures, because they thought we were... mating." Kowalski cringed at the last word.
Skipper laughed, a kind of nervous laugh, as the memory came back to him. "The zoo closes soon. Everyone is making their way out of the zoo now. Face it Kowalski. You're just thinking of excuses because あなた are afraid to fight me. あなた can't fight."
Skipper was suddenly pushed to the ground, with Kowalski on 上, ページのトップへ of him. He was expecting this though. Skipper flipped Kowalski over so that he was on top. Kowalski pushed him off and quickly jumped up. Skipper go up too. Kowalski ran towards Skipper. When he was an inch away from punching Skipper in the stomach, Skipper jumped into the air, did a flip, and landed right behind Kowalski. Kowalski turned, just as Skipper pushed him and he fell to the ground with Skipper on 上, ページのトップへ of him. Kowalski struggled, but he couldn't force Skipper to let go.
"One... Two... THREE! I win!" Skipper shouted victoriously.
Then Kowalski 発言しました his overly used excuse that he always uses after losing a fight:
"Your older then me, which means you're stronger! No fair!"
"Shut up, Kowalski. I won, so that's that." Skipper finalized, rolling his eyes.
Kowalski got up and glared at him, while Skipper merely smiled back.
"I hate you, Skipper."
"Pfft, あなた always say that, but あなた never mean it. Come on. Friends?"
Kowalski stared at Skipper. He didn't want to say anything. Finally, as usual, he gave in.
"...Friends. But that doesn't mean I'm still not mad at you."
"Up high!" Skipper yelped.
Kowalski high-fived him.
"Down low!" Skipper lowered his flipper. Kowalski tried to high-five him again, but only swat at the air when Skipper quickly pulled away. Kowalski always falls for that one.
It was finally six o' clock. Jesse was waiting によって the ペンギン exibit for Dave to 表示する up with the crate.
Dave came carrying a bigger クレート, 木枠 then Jesse expected. Dave didn't look happy.
"Damned people. They say they're only sendin' one penguin, but no, they send us three. Did they actually think we would be ready for three もっと見る penguins?!?"
Jesse swore. "We already have three penguins! This exibit is too small for six! What the hell were they thinking?!?
"They weren't. They really wanted to get rid of their penguins." Dave sighed. "Ya know, I really hate my job. I wanted to be a vet."
Skipper eyes widened. THREE penguins?