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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-10-21 03:05:18 (Flag for deletion)

>As soon as they had all reached the bottom, Honey got right down to business.
>"We should be safe from prying ears down here. Now then, the bomb that went off by The Cloven Hoof, it was made with ammonium nitrate and fuel oil, right?"
>Judy considered for a moment how much she wanted to reveal, then said "That's not public information... but yes."
>Honey nodded, then turned and walked over to a large map of Zootopia she had hung up on the wall.
>The map was covered with pictures, newspaper clippings, and string, all held together by pins.

>Honey pointed to a pin on the map. "There's a group of pigs that took over an old abandoned warehouse by the river, right here."
>"Before each bombing, they've brought in a few dozen bags of fertilizer, along with with some containers of fuel oil."
>She turned around dramatically, "Earlier this week through, they brought in hundreds of bags of fertilizer, and an old heating oil truck."
>"That's... more than a little suspicious," Judy mused, as she tapped her foot in contemplation. "It's definitely worth checking out."
>Honey shrugged and then shook her head. "If I thought the ZPD would listen to a pred, I would have called it in, even though I don't like dealing with you guys."
>Judy smiled, "I understand, Thanks. However, do I want to know how you know all this?"
>Before an annoyed look could finish forming on the badger's face, Nick stepped in.
>"You really don't Judy. Thanks Honey, you're the best, I owe ya!"
>As Nick dragged Judy back to the ladder by her paw, Honey yelled, "That makes three!"
>The pair walked quickly back to the van, and then Nick knocked on the passenger window. "Hey Finnick, can you let us in? We got what we came for."
>Once the doors were shut, Judy pulled her walkie talkie out of the duffel bag. "I better call this one in."

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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-10-21 03:03:39 (Flag for deletion)

>Honey stepped into the morning light wearing nothing but a bathrobe, with a coffee mug in her paw, and an angry look on her face.
>Glaring at Nick, she said "You two know better then to wake me up at this time of day. This better be important."
>With his paws clasped apologetically, Nick greeted her. "Honey! Sorry to wake you up, but I need some information, and you're the pro at that."
>Honey only grumbled in response, and then glanced over at Judy, as she was lifting off the hood of her borrowed sweatshirt.
>The badger's eyes popped open, and she spilled some of her coffee. "You're not Finnick, you're that bunny cop!"
>Her sudden anger set off the shock collar around her neck, causing her to spill a bit more of her coffee, but otherwise barely phasing the tough badger.
>Nick stepped between Honey and Judy, with his paws outstretched, and a pleading look on his face. "Now hold on Honey, let's talk about this."
>Still angry, but restrained herself to avoid another shock, she yelled "Are you crazy? I can't believe you brought a cop here!"
>Judy interrupted, with her surprisingly commanding voice. "I don't give a shit about whatever you're doing down there. We're after The Bomber; can you help or not?"

>Honey paused, and her expression softened. "Oh. Yeah, I can help with that. We better talk inside though."
>Nick stepped through the threshold, with Judy following closely behind, and Honey locked the heavy door behind them.
>Honey beckoned them past the old boxes and crates that lined the foyer of the bunker she called her home.
>Set into the floor at the back of the small room was an open metal hatchway, containing a metal ladder.
>Lead by Honey, the trio made their way down the ladder, into the depths of the musty smelling bunker.

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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-10-21 03:02:24 (Flag for deletion)

>The rest of the trip was quiet, with the only sounds coming from the van's radio and the road.
>When they arrived, Nick asked Finnick if he wanted to join them.
>Finnick shook his head and said, "Nah, she's got a weird thing for me. The last time I went in there, I didn't stumble back out for a week."
>Nick hopped out of the van, and began walking up the crumbling concrete path, with Judy following close behind.
>She looked ahead at the hillside, which had a concrete wall jutting out of it, and a metal door at its center. "Your friend lives in an old military bunker?"
>Without looking back at her, Nick said replied quietly "Yeah, and she's a little paranoid, so be cool; you don't want to set her off, for both our sakes."
>The pair walked up the flight of rusty metal steps that led to the unmarked steel door, and stopped, with the fox in front of the rabbit.
>Nick looked up at the security camera above, and then pressed the small black button next to the door. "Hey Honey, it's Nick, can we talk?"

>After a few minutes of waiting, Judy said "I hear a microwave running, is she seriously making breakfast?"
>Nick chuckled "You've got good ears. Knowing her, she's probably warming up a mug of yesterday's coffee."
>That prompted a quiet "ugh" out of Judy, to which Nick replied, "Be nice, she's going to help."
>Finally, they heard a heavy deadbolt unlock, and a paw with giant claws pushed the bunker door open.
>From the near darkness, they saw the tired and slightly angry face of a honey badger emerge.

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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-10-21 03:00:35 (Flag for deletion)

>Finnick put the van in drive. "Honey's place is in the Rainforest District, and it's a half hour's drive away, so get comfy."
>He glanced back at Judy in the rear view mirror. "And by that I mean take off my elephant costume. You know I don't wear anything under that right?"
>Judy didn't need any further motivation to quickly remove the elephant costume, revealing the ZPD uniform underneath.
>The fennec fox turned to Nick, "You didn't tell me she was a cop! Honey is not gonna like this, and I don't either."
>Nick replied calmly "Relax dude, Judy is trying to catch that crazy 'pred liberation' bomber, and I'm sure honey will help once she knows that."
>He continued "You're right that Honey's not gonna be happy when she see that uniform though. Can Judy borrow a sweatshirt or something?"
>Finnick put his palms up, causing the van to swerve a bit. "Sure, why not, might as well have all my clothes smell like rabbit. I hope you at least brought gas money."
>Judy picked a up small sweatshirt from the mess on the floor of the van. "I put on musk mask earlier, and I can pay for your gas, so relax."
>The sweatshirt fit her perfectly, big ears and all; Judy surmised it had probably been made for a rabbit in the first place.

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Posted on 2018-10-14 12:11:01 (Flag for deletion)

Bongo Bun by T - http://youtu.be/3DA6MzDrqo0 Give it a freaking watch, it's RAD!

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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-10-04 04:43:44 (Flag for deletion)

>A few minutes later, Judy emerged from Nick's bathroom in the costume. "I can't believe I'm wearing this."
>Nick picked up the duffel bag, and then the pair walked through the apartment building out to the back alley, where they found Finnick's van waiting.
>Once they were on their way, Judy asked "Wait, why did I need the costume?"
>Wilde smiled and then shrugged. "Nobody was in the alley today, so you I guess you didn't."
>With a look of rage on her face, Judy yelled "Are you serious?!"
>He put his paws up apologetically. "Well, there was no way to know that in advance, so you had to wear it, just in case."
>With a smirk, he added "But I won't pretend I wasn't curious to see if you'd actually wear it.

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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-10-04 04:42:56 (Flag for deletion)

>From out of the heap Nick retrieved an elephant costume, which had been intended for a fox toddler.
>Judy just stared at it disbelievingly. "You've got to be joking."
>Nick gave her his most innocent look. "Sorry Officer Carrots, it's the only thing I have in your size."
>She only shook her head in reply, so Nick added, "It's important. That is, if you do want me to continue to be a resource to call on, instead of a murder victim to investigate."
>Nick could see her begin to waver, so he passed her an old duffel bag.
>"Put your detective coat and police belt in here. Oh and you better put on some of this musk mask too."
>Judy regathered what was left of her resolve. "There's got to be another way, I'm not wearing that!"

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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-10-04 04:42:17 (Flag for deletion)

>Nick lifted the receiver of the old rotary phone atop his dresser, then slowly dialed in a number.
>As he waited for the other mammal to answer, he flipped a spray can of Musk Mask in his free paw.
>"Hey Finnick ol' buddy! Yes. Yes, I know it's really early. Listen, I'm in a bind here, can you bring your van over to the alley behind my place?"
>With a smile on his face, he said "Thanks, I owe ya," as he hung up the phone.

>Wilde popped the cap off the can of Musk Mask, then sprayed it into his arm pits.
>Turning his hips away from Judy, he tugged the elastic of his boxers open, and gave his crotch a spray as well.
>Judy shook her head in disgust. "Why are you so gross? Can you please put on some pants now?"
>Feigning being hurt by her words, he replied "Well I never! I welcomed you into my home, called in a favor for you, and now you insult me?"

>Making a big show of it, Nick pulled on a pair of pants, "There, happy now?"
>With the slightest hint of a smirk, she said "That's better, but how about a shirt too?"
>He rolled his eyes at her as he began putting on a loud yellow and pink Hawaiian shirt, "Ugh, so demanding."
>Nick looked her up and down, "Could you be any more conspicuous? I can't be seen hanging out with a ZPD detective."
>Judy shrugged, "I didn't bring any street clothes, so you're just going to have to deal with it."
>"No, you're going to need a disguise," Nick replied, as he began began rummaging through the mess inside his closet.

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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-10-04 04:41:41 (Flag for deletion)

>It was early morning in the predator-only slum known as 'Happytown', and though few mammals were out and about, all of them took notice of her as she passed.
>ZPD Detective Judy Hopps walked up six crumbling concrete steps, and then through what was technically a door way, though it no longer held a door.
>She strolled confidently down the graffiti covered hallway, until she reached a door with '106' gouged into it.
>Most prey animals wouldn't dare set foot in Happytown, let alone a building like this, but Judy wasn't most prey animals.
>In her most authoritative voice, she yelled "Open up Nick, I need to talk to you," as she pounded on the battered door with her fist.
>A few moments later, a fox wearing only boxer shorts opened the door, as far as the security chain would allow.
>Nick Wilde barked "What do want?!" before looking down far enough to see who it was at his door so early in the morning.
>His eyes opened wide, "Judy? A-are you crazy? You can't be here!"
>The fox shut the door to undo the chain, then quickly reopened it to grab the rabbit's coat, and drag her inside.
>As soon as she was through the threshold, he slammed the door shut behind her, and locked it.

>Wilde leaned over a bit, to be more on Judy's level, with his paws on his knees.
>Keeping his voice down, but with a tone of urgency, he said, "That badge of yours won't protect you here, or me for that matter!"
>Judy quickly reached up and shut the fox's muzzle with her paws, "We've just received a note from The Bomber. He's going to strike somewhere downtown tonight."
>As Nick struggled out of her grip, she continued unfazed, "Do you have any idea where exactly he might strike next?"
>The fox straightened the fur on his now free muzzle, "No, I don't associate with terrorists Fluff, I run a respectable amusement park."
>After a brief contemplative pause, he added, "However, I do have an old friend that has ears all over Happytown, she might know."

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ForgetfulBadger

Posted on 2018-09-30 00:58:03 (Flag for deletion)

>"Is blue really a fall color?" he asked, flipping the scarf in his paws.
>"No," Judy said, "but putting any more orange on you would turn you into a traffic cone."
>The fox flapped his hand in front of his muzzle, exaggerating a flustered look.
>"My, my, Ms. Hopps. You know just what to say to make a boy blush. I must know, is that what you think of me when we're making love? A big ole traffic cone between your legs?"
>"You got me, Slick. You're my obnoxious, neon construction equipment."
>Nick puffed out his chest.
>"I'll take it as a compliment."
>"You take everything as a compliment."
>"Of course I do. It's how I keep myself so cool and confident."
>"Uh huh. Whatever you say, Nicky."

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Posted on 2018-09-14 00:53:51 (Flag for deletion)

>Next year, you’ll be able to ride by tapping your phone, thanks to the new ZTA app. Experience the future of transit at zta.zt/2017.

>This is: BERRY LANE STATION.

> Doors—


>Attention, riders: an emergency at: WATERING HOLE TERMINAL. is preventing us from departing. More info to come.

>Attention, riders: A DERAILMENT. And. AN EXPLOSION. At: WATERING HOLE TERMINAL. Have disrupted all service on the Purple Line. We must evacuate: BERRY LANE STATION. Please head directly to the nearest exit for your size class.

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Posted on 2018-09-14 00:53:30 (Flag for deletion)

>This is: BERRY LANE STATION.

> Doors are closing.

>The next stop is: WATERING HOLE. WATERING HOLE TERMINAL.

>This is the last stop. Thank you for moving with ZTA.

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Posted on 2018-09-14 00:53:11 (Flag for deletion)

>This is: BERRY LANE STATION.

> Doors are closing.

>The next stop is: BANYAN. BANYAN STREET STATION.

>Heads up! Banyan Street Station will be closed permanently starting April 30th, 2006. For more information, visit zta.zt/banyan.

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Posted on 2018-09-14 00:52:47 (Flag for deletion)

>This is: BERRY LANE STATION.

> Doors are closing.

>Attention, riders: Banyan Street Station is undergoing structural repairs until later in 2004. For your safety, we will skip to the next station. Free shuttle buses will be available there.

>The next stop is: WATERING HOLE. WATERING HOLE TERMINAL.

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Posted on 2018-09-14 00:52:29 (Flag for deletion)

>This is: BERRY LANE STATION.

> Doors are closing.

>The next stop is: BANYAN. BANYAN STREET STATION.

>Heads up, students: the ZTA Infinite Pass for the Fall 1999 term begins selling on August 16th. Get your ZIP early to avoid the lineup. For more information, visit a Rider Services kiosk or call 966-ZTA-MOVE.


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