When It’s Just Not WORKING
She’s the captain of the cheerleading squad, her orange hair can stop traffic a mile away, and she travels the world to fight crime. Kim Possible always does everything right, right?
Yeah, right. Enter Zuko.
“I was the good girl,” Kim explains, “with the bad boyfriend.”
Dark, brooding, mysterious—and from another world—the superfine, Firebending prince was everything Kim wasn’t.
“We’re even drawm in a different style,” says Kim. Maybe that’s what drew them together. At first, Kim thought the flame between her and Zuko would never go out. Then her studies suffered; so did her crime fighting. Kim’s BFF, Ron, didn’t approve, and neither did her parents.
“I knew I had to end it,” Kim says, “and so I did.”
It looks like there’s life—and love—after the bad boyfriend: These days„ Kim and Ron are thisclose!
~’Toon Vogue featured in Nick Magazine’s April 2007 issue
does this mean that zukim was canon
can one ship zukim if they so desired
and proclaim that they ship canon
I expect fanfiction from this guys
get to it
The first time she saw him, it was in a tea shop.
He was in the corner sipping on some luke-warm tea. But then she saw his nostrils flare, and like a dragon, a puff of heat came spewing out, scorching his tea hot. She watched, baffled, as he took a sip, making a face when he burned his tongue, but continued reading whatever book he was reading.
It didn’t take all but two seconds for Kim Possible to label him “suspicious” before she flipped and somersaulted over tables, landing beside him and putting him in a headlock.
“Okay, start talking. Drakken sent you here to kidnap me, didn’t he?”
Zuko growled, struggling under his grip—he didn’t want to make a big firebending scene in front of all these non-benders, but he seemed to have already blown his cover by warming his tea. Oh well.
“I don’t know what a Drakken is, but” He flipped Kim over the table and pinned her down. “I’m guessing your one of Azula’s friends.”
Kim kicked her leg up and knocked Zuko away. “Who is Azula?”
“Oh, don’t try and kid me! My sister? Crazy teenage girl, this high, spews crazy blue fire?”
Kim dropped her defenses slightly. “Blue? Like Drakken’s skin?”
Zuko stood up, staring at her. “You have a friend with blue skin?”
Kim growled. “You have a friend that spews blue fire! You’re calling me weird? How can spewing fire be a good-guy thing? I was only trying to protect the city!”
Zuko rolled his eyes. “In case you haven’t noticed, you attacked me.”
He had a point. He hadn’t actually done anything other than warm his own tea. Kim began resetting the upset chairs before dusting herself off. “Sorry, you’re right. I think I’m just going to get some tea and leave then.”
The man behind the counter chuckled. “Nephew! Why don’t you ask the pretty lady to have a seat with you? I’ll bring her some nice Jasmine tea!”
Kim smiled slightly before taking the seat across from him. “So your uncle owns this shop? I’ve been here before—he’s very nice.”
Zuko continued to brood as he picked up his books and went back to studying. “Yeah, yeah…”
Kim strained herself to see the book. “What are you reading? Oh, World History?”
Zuko nodded faintly. “Yeah. I’m trying to get an A in the class so I can make the honor roll, finally.”
“The honor roll?” Kim pointed to herself. “You know, if you need a tutor, I’d be glad to help! I’ve been on the honor roll for years.”
Zuko dropped the book.
“You’ve been on the honor roll for years?” he whispered, awed. “How have you obtained such honor for so long?”
At that moment, Iroh came by and set their tea on the table. “For my Nephew’s new lady friend.” he winked and Zuko groaned.
Kim laughed lightly. “Look, I’ll tutor you and you’ll get on the honor roll, no problem.” She took a sip of her tea. “If you tell me all about this blue-fire Azula girl. Deal?”
Zuko smirked. Maybe this girl wasn’t so bad after all. “Well, for starters, Azula is crazy….”