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Off the Shelf
A Penguins of Madagascar fanfic
Chapter 2: "Career Change"

Liz glanced at her daughter in the back kiti, kiti cha through the rearview mirror of her silver Subaru Outback. "So, have wewe named your little Marafiki yet?"

"Yes." Chelsea held Skipper up. "This is Mr. Penguin." And then held up Marlene. "And this is Mrs. Penguin."

"No, no, sweetie. The brown one is an otter. Remember the story I told wewe in the gift shop?"

"I know she's an otter, Mom. But she changed her name when she got married."

"Married?" Liz said.

"Married?" Skipper and Marlene whispered.

"Mr. penguin, auk and Mrs. penguin, auk are madly in love." The child held Skipper and Marlene kwa the backs of their heads. "They kiss each other all day!" Beak and lips then collided repeatedly as she moved Skipper back and forth to smooch the otter...
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Off the Shelf
A Penguins of Madagascar fanfic
Chapter 1: "Operation: No zaidi Foolish Risks"

It was a typical morning at the Central Park Zoo. The birds in the air were singing; their flightless cousins below were smiling and waving. Julien was kicking Mort off his feet; Alice had her feet on her desk. Mason and Phil were playing chess. Leonard was asleep. Marlene was out of her habitat and running toward the Zoovenir shop.

"Well, that's unusual," Private alisema as he saw Marlene bata behind a garbage can. She was about three-quarters of the way between her habitat and the Zoovenir duka entrance.

"I agree, Private," Skipper said, pointing at one of the visitors in front of the penguin, auk habitat. "That is a very strange-looking mustache."

"Not that," Private said, pointing toward Marlene. "That."

Marlene was peeking out from behind the can to see when it was clear enough around her to advance. "Calamari!" Skipper exclaimed. "We all know not to be out of our habitats when there are so many people around! Rico, give me a distraction so I can make an exit."
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Heyllo, fanguins. Listen, I've been thinking a bit. I know a good amount of us have moved on beyond being fanguins (definitely have myself onto the Youtube fandom), yet we still haven't forgotten that being fanguins was our thing. I was thinking, if some are still able to on youtube, maybe we can all make our own fanguin related video to put in a big playlist to onyesha that we are still here, maybe kinda like a digital time capsule sort of thing. Since the Penguinfest thing crumbled before it could even begin, this could be like a way for us to still reconnect. So, what do wewe guys think if wewe can make sense of it?
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Tears 01.12.17

Note: Hey, guys! Bet wewe all thought I forgot about this. College life has been off to a stressful start, so I've been neglecting my uandishi to deal with it. Nonetheless, I will continue to update as I can. This semester has been a lot easier so far so I'll do my best. I ilitumwa it to FanFiction but I forgot to post it here. If you're kusoma this I hope wewe enjoy it.

This short takes place following The Big S.T.A.N.K.

— § —

Skipper held pressed his flippers to his temples as the stress of the situation skyrocketed. Why couldn't it just end?

Kowalski leaned closer to Private. "Betcha five bucks he won't last another minute."

Private thought for a second. "I'd take that bet if I didn't believe that."

Julien continued laughing, doubling over from the pain in his side. "Big blubbery baby Skippy! Do wewe need a pacie? Hahaha!"

Skipper grunted angrily. "Ringtail, I swear to all that is good and fishy, if wewe don't shut up, I will personally build another S.T.A.N.K. just for wewe and I will not save wewe from it!"
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“Confessions”
January 1, 2015

Skipper paced back and forth just outside Marlene’s habitat. It was Friday, at almost eight o’clock at night. He promised he would tell her what had really happened that siku Blowhole had used his Serum on her, but he didn’t really realize what exactly he’d have to put into words. No matter how he arranged the confession in his mind, he couldn’t figure out how to say it without things getting too awkward. zaidi importantly, he couldn’t figure out how to say it.

Finally, it was coming up on the saa and Skipper wasn’t planning on being late, especially for their first date. That still seemed a weird thought to him — their first date. After all this time knowing her, all this time wanting her, and he now had the opportunity to have her. The thought still scared him. Enemies always use who wewe upendo most against you.

Marlene looked at the clock. It was just about eight, the saa which Skipper alisema he’d be here. She had a meza, jedwali with two cinder blocks to serve as chairs set up in the center of her cave, and had a small bouquet of samaki sitting on the floor where they could...
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“The Other Man That Doesn’t Exist Yet”
December 11, 2014

Skipper stood outside Marlene’s habitat. Earlier that day, the team had snuck into Alice’s office to order some sweet elusive Polish sauerkraut, and Alice had left the sign-up orodha for the Breeding Program on her computer. Marlene’s name was on it. From the moment he saw it, his moyo fluttered. He wasn’t quite sure why. It was just the thought of Marlene feeling as if she needed someone. Why that would bother him was another mystery. He took a deep breath and entered.

“Hey, Skipper! What’s up?” Marlene alisema as he approached her.

“Nothing much. I was just dropping kwa to check on you. Is everything okay?” he asked with his moyo rate beginning to accelerate.

Marlene smiled humorously. “Um, of course. Why would anything be wrong? Did something happen?”

“Oh, no, nothing happened,” Skipper answered. “I was just wondering . . . have wewe been — um, lonely?”
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“Really Together”
November 18, 2014

Skipper and Marlene smiled as they finished decorating the small krisimasi mti in her habitat. Once they’d finished wrapping thin garlands and LED lights around it and hanging tiny hand-made ornaments, they stood back and admired their work.

“Well,” Skipper said, taking her kwa the waist from the side, “I think it turned out pretty well.”

Marlene smiled and rested her paw on his chest. “I think so too. I had a good time decorating it with you.”

Skipper looked back to the tree. “You too, Marlene,” he replied. “Let’s turn off the lights and see how well the LEDs do,” he said, releasing her and crossing the room. Marlene prepared to plug up the krisimasi mti lights. “Ready?”

Marlene nodded and Skipper turned off the lights as Marlene pushed the plug into the wall. The mti glimmered with soft golden, red, green, blue, white, and lavender light. Marlene and Skipper returned to the front of the tree, smiling at its beauty.
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“Tuckered Out”
November 1, 2014

Marlene yawned. “Thanks for taking me to that Enrique Guitaro concert, guys,” she alisema to the penguins as they drove her home. “It went a lot better than last time. And going backstage? That was”—she yawned again as if she hadn’t slept in days—“really awesome,” she finished.

Skipper chuckled from his place to the right of her. “I don’t think staying up all the way to one in the morning is a good idea for you.”

Marlene shook her head. “No, no, I’m awake.” She fought off another yawn and rubbed her eyes. “Tack as a sharp.”

Skipper chuckled again and exchanged a look with Private, who was on the other side of Marlene.

“Might want to go a little faster, Rico,” Skipper requested.

Rico nodded. “Checkadoodle!” he alisema as he stepped a little harder on the gas.

A few dakika later, Kowalski looked in the rear-view mirror and smiled.

“Aw, she’s asleep,” he said.
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“Nothing to be Afraid of”
November 1, 2014

“Come on, Skipper!” Marlene urged, pulling him toward the Halloween Haunted House in Central Park. “It’ll be awesome!”

“It’ll be pointless! Haunted Houses are so overrated!” Skipper alisema as he tried to resist Marlene pulling on his flipper.

Marlene stopped and turned toward him. “What, are wewe afraid?” she challenged.

“No, I just don’t want to waste my time wandering through a supposedly ‘scary’ house,” Skipper answered.

“Come on, I’ve been anticipating this ever since they started advertising it. I’ve never been in a Haunted House before. I don’t want to go in alone on my first time,” she begged.

“Marlene, surely you’re not afraid to go in alone,” Skipper said.

Marlene shifted. “Well, I don’t know. Maybe it will be lame. I’d just be zaidi comfortable with a trusted friend at my side,” she admitted.

Skipper sighed and considered. “All right. Let’s go.”
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“I Insist”
September 27, 2014

“All right, men. I want a perimeter. Make it fast, make it wide, and make it where wewe can see everything, but nothing can see you,” Skipper ordered the team in Central Park. “On my mar —”

“Hey, aren’t wewe those penguins from the aquarium?” Fred interrupted as he approached them.

Skipper rolled his eyes. “Zoo, actually. What do wewe want, Fred? We’re in the middle of something,” he asked impatiently.

“Yeah, I’m in the middle of something too. I think it’s called Central Park. Anyway, I was just wondering, is that otter friend of yours still single?” he asked in his slow monotone.

Skipper cocked an eyebrow and exchanged a glance with the team. “Yes, why?” he answered slowly.

“Oh, I was just hoping maybe we could give it another shot. My Granny says I need a lady friend, so I guess I need a lady friend,” he explained distantly.

Skipper narrowed his eyes. “I don’t think so,” he alisema slowly. “I don’t think your Marlene’s type.”
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“Good Game”
July 30, 2014

    “I believe that’s checkmate, Marlene,” Skipper announced, moving his piece to trap her king.

    Marlene pursed her lips and threw a bishop at him. “Come on, that was the third time in a row,” she protested.

    Skipper laughed. “Hey, don’t hate the player, here!”

    Marlene laughed and threw a knight at him. “I don’t hate you, it just makes me feel better,” she corrected.

    “Well,” Skipper replied with a smile, “two can play at that game!” He threw a pawn at her and she ducked under the table. “Hey! Come back here, wewe little coward!” he said, following her under with a laugh. Marlene took the opportunity to jump onto the table, grab a handful of chess pieces, and throw them at him one kwa one.

    “Hey!” Skipper exclaimed as he tried to pull up, but ended up hitting his head on the bottom of the table, reacting with an “Ow!”
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“If Only”
July 20, 2014

    “Hey, Marlene. Sorry I’m late,” Skipper said, sitting on the mti branch inayofuata to Marlene in the park. “I was giving the boys a job to keep them busy and I had to argue with Rico over park surveillance.”

    Marlene waved a dismissive paw. “It’s all right, Skipper, I understand,” she alisema half-heartedly without meeting his eye.

    Skipper’s expression filled with concern. “Marlene, what’s wrong?” he asked, trying to look into her eyes.

    Marlene drew in a breath. “Well,” she started distantly, “earlier today, this little girl came to my habitat with cotton Candy in her hand. She held some out to me and as I ran to get some, Alice pulled her away and started blabbing about the wanyama being on strict diets and how she needed to learn how to read the signs. She was just — so rude!” she explained, looking crossly at the sky as if Alice was flying around up there on a broomstick.
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“Busted”
June 23, 2014

    After a long siku of training, dealing with Julien, and protecting the zoo, Skipper busied himself on a top-secret solo mission. . . .

    “You think you’re smooth, Hans, but you’re not as smooth as me. Especially not like . . . this!” Skipper alisema to the mirror as he held the fake mustache to his beak. He straightened his cowboy hat and shined his sheriff badge. “Now, that’s what I call a rugged Belvidere if I do say so myself.”

    Skipper turned at different angles to the mirror as he admired his complexion and how he looked in his western getup. He turned again and nearly jumped out of his feathers at what he saw; behind him, Marlene was standing in the doorway, leaning against the frame.

    With a gasp, he whipped around on his heel, threw the mustache across the room, and knocked his hat backward onto the floor behind him.
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“Another Side”
April 26, 2014

    Skipper led a blindfolded Marlene into her cave.

    “Skipper, what is this? What’s the big surprise?” Marlene urged with anticipation.

    “Well, remember a couple of weeks zamani when wewe alisema you’ve always wanted to stargaze, but couldn’t because of the bright city lights?” Skipper asked, preparing to remove the blindfold.

    “Yes, why?” Marlene answered.

    Skipper pulled off the blindfold. “That’s why,” he alisema with a grin.

    Marlene Lost her breath in amazement from the scene before. Her habitat had been transformed into a usayaria, planetarium powered kwa the small dome in the center, and stars lit up her entire cave.

    “Skipper . . . this is amazing,” she alisema incredulously. She turned back to him. “You did this for me?”
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“School is in Session”
April 26, 2014

    "Come on, please?" Marlene begged.

    "I don't know, Marlene. I mean, when are wewe ever going to have the need to drive, anyway?" Skipper asked.

    "Well, um, what if I get in some trouble and need a fast getaway?" she suggested.

    "Why would wewe get in trouble for anything?" Skipper pointed out.

    Marlene shrugged. "I don't know. Probably for something Julien did," she answered nonchalantly. "Please teach me how to drive?" she begged again while engaging her saddest pouty face.

    Skipper sighed. "All right. Hop in," he permitted.

    With a celebratory yip, Marlene skipped to the side of the car and sat behind the wheel as Skipper took his place in the passenger seat.

    "To turn it on, just —"
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“First Impressions”
April 19, 2014

    "How's it lookin' on connecting to the camera feeds, Kowalski?" Skipper asked his lieutenant.

    "Just fine, Skipper. Just a few zaidi minutes," Kowalski answered. "I have to say, the HQ is in pretty good shape for not being used in a number of years. Things are coming together nicely, and we've only been back for a week."

    "I concur. wewe got those light fixtures, Rico?" Skipper asked, looking up at Rico on his ladder, fixing a light to the ceiling.

    "Uh-huh!" he grunted.

    "Sir!" Private said, dropping into the HQ and running to him. "I have a report!"

    "What is it, Private? And why the rush?" Skipper asked.

    "It's the neighbor! She's —"

    Before he could finish, an otter dropped through the hatch and looked around in awe.
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“Jealous Much?”
March 04, 2014

    “Hey, guys,” Marlene started as she entered the penguin, auk HQ, looking around. “Where’s Kowalski?”

    “In his lab,” Skipper answered. “What brings wewe here?”

    Marlene held up an abacus. “I believe I found Kowalski’s abacus. I thought he’d want it back,” she said.

    “Oh, finally! He’s been going crazy looking for that thing!” Skipper said. “Like I said, he’s in his lab.”

    “He won’t mind me walking in on him?” Marlene inquired with surprise.

    “Nah, he’s just working on the car,” Skipper assured her. “You’ll be fine.”

    With a nod, Marlene crossed over to his lab and pushed through the door, letting it swing shut behind her.

    “Hey, Kowalski,” she said, approaching him. He was laying back on a creeper under the car, reaching for a bisibisi on the ground near him.
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“What wewe Mean To Me”
January 26, 2014

    “I raise wewe all my herring,” Marlene said, pushing her last four herring to the center of the table.

    Skipper eyed her with a smile. “My, the stakes are getting high. I’ll see your herring, and I’ll raise wewe three salmon, salmoni . . . and a kiss,” he alisema with a sly smile.

    Marlene gently bit her lip. “Full house,” she said, setting down her three Kings and two Fours.

    Skipper grinned and laid down his cards. “Straight Flush,” he alisema triumphantly.

    Marlene nodded and smiled. “I knew this game was rigged,” she alisema playfully.

    Skipper laughed and came to her side. “Don’t worry, the game isn’t rigged. It was only my cunning and decisive thinking that won me victory,” he teased.

    Marlene crossed her arms. “So, you’re saying I’m not cunning au decisive?”
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No Time 07.14.16

“Maurice!” Julien cried from his throne.

Maurice trudged up to him, not even trying to hide his contempt. “Yes, your majesty?”

“I need another smoothie,” Julien said, propping his head up with one paw while rubbing his chest with the other. He coughed and wheezed. “I can feel my time approaching . . . so make it with extra maembe, embe for the extra sweet-y-ness-ness . . .”

Maurice rolled his eyes. “You alisema your time was approaching two days ago,” he said.

“Well, how should I know, Maurice? I am not Clair’s Voyage!” Julien alisema before coughing again.

“It’s clairvoyant . . .” Maurice grumbled under his breath as he approached the blender.

“Maurice?” Mort called softly as Maurice proceeded to make a smoothie.

“Yes, Mort?” Maurice sighed.

“What are we going to do when King Julien is” — Mort gasped — “the d-word?” he asked as he gripped his tail and whimpered.
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“I Remember”
January 3, 2014

Note: I’ve typically been uandishi notes at the end, but for this case, I must make an exception as to be clear to you, au at least the ones who haven’t read my awali works. I have been thinking about doing a sequel to one of my stories, but never did because I didn’t think I could make anything long and commendable out of it. But with this project, I received some inspiration and motivation to do so in a short story. So, this short is a little sequel to “Skipper’s Curse.” If wewe haven’t read it before and plan to, be aware that this will contain spoilers. I hope wewe enjoy.

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    It had been a two months since Dr. Blowhole’s last strike. Marlene had received a terrible blow to the head and couldn’t remember much about it, but from what Skipper had told her, she didn’t miss much. She was injected with a ‘Serum’ invented kwa Dr. Blowhole that put her in a trance to do whatever he told her. He ordered her to kill Skipper, but apparently, it just wore off before she got the chance. Marlene was grateful for that, but couldn’t help but feel...
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“What Marafiki Are For”
January 2, 2014

    “Hello, silly otter!” Julien called, striding up to Marlene, who was taking a walk through the zoo.

    Marlene came to a stop and turned to him. “Hey, Julien,” she replied. “What’s up?”

    “Oh, wewe know, the usual,” Julien replied.

    “So, kicking Mort, drinking smoothies, and ordering Maurice around?” Marlene teased.

    “Oh, wewe know me so well, Marlene,” Julien alisema with a smug smile.

Marlene rolled her eyes. “So, what exactly are wewe doing here?” she asked.

    “I am just going to visit my four inayopendelewa penguins!” Julien replied with a dramatic smile.

    “Mm-hm. And this ‘visit’ wouldn’t have anything to do with that invention Kowalski’s been keeping under wraps, would it?” Marlene asked suspiciously.
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“Reflecting On Doubts”
December 29, 2013

    “Hidy-ho, Marlene! Sound off,” Skipper called as he entered Marlene’s cave.

    “Right here, Skipper,” Marlene called back.

    Skipper found Marlene standing in front of her mirror with an uneasy look in her eye, smoothing back her fur, manyoya and tracing over her cheekbones with her fingers.

    “You’ve been cooped up in here all day. Is everything all right, Marlene?” Skipper asked, coming up behind her. Marlene kept her eyes on her complexion.

    “Skipper, am I —” Marlene dropped her arms to her sides and took a breath. “Am I old?”

    Skipper cracked a small smile. “Beg your pardon?”

    “Am I old?” Marlene repeated, crossing her arms and looking down.

    Skipper playfully rolled his eyes. “Well, no. You’re only —”
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“Bad Timing”
December 03, 2013

    “Hey, Skipper! Where’s the team?” Marlene asked as she entered the HQ.

    Skipper shifted between cameras on his surveillance screen. “Oh, they’re out doing some recon while I watch the cameras. Unfortunately, krisimasi is a time for crime. So, we’re cracking down until the holidays are over. What brings wewe here?” he replied.

    “I was getting a little cold in my habitat and was hoping if it’d be cool if I stayed here until Alice bothered to turn up the heat,” Marlene told him.

    “Sure. In fact, I’ll tell Private to head over to the central ventilating unit right now,” Skipper said, picking up his walkie talkie. “Hey, Private. Alice forgot to turn on the central heating again. Pick up her slack?”

    “Aye, sir! On my way!” Private replied.

    Marlene smiled. “Thanks, Skipper,” she said.
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“We Meet Again”
November 4, 2013

    “Skipper, remember last week when wewe couldn’t remember where wewe laid your mug?” Kowalski asked, coming out of his lab with a small device.

    “Yes, but I found it. What’s your point?” Skipper answered.

    “Well, Skipper, with this device, we’ll never forget anything ever again! I call it, the Forget-Me-Not!” Kowalski replied, holding up a device that looked like a helmet.

    “Kowalski, are wewe sure about this? What if it — I don’t know — fries our minds au something?” Skipper asked skeptically.

    “Skipper, it’s perfectly safe! No explosions. Promise!” Kowalski insisted. “Want to try it?”

    Skipper eyed the Forget-Me-Not warily. “Why do I feel like I’m going to regret this?” he asked.

    Kowalski scoffed. “You’ll be fine! Are wewe ready?”
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Operation: Skilene
Author’s Note: I started on these a while ago, and have decided to finally publish them. Most of these shorts were inspired kwa a game on fanpop called “What would Skipper say (WWSS) Game” on pages 40-43. Thank wewe to 27Kowalski (on Fanpop), also known as SierraTangoEcho on deviantArt, for helping me with ideas and scenarios. Credit goes to her for the few drawings. I hope wewe enjoy kusoma them as much as I enjoyed uandishi them. They are in no particular order, other than the sequence they were written. Please review!

PS, for those following my “Operation: Challenge,” I have not aliyopewa up on that. I have just had a lot on my plate lately. I hope to continue it soon, but I make no promises. These shorts do NOT have any rules like that set.

“Guitar Lesson”
November 2, 2013

    Marlene gently strummed various chords on her Spanish guitar. It was such a beautiful instrument, and her inayopendelewa kwa far. It seemed that her very moyo and soul lived off the essence of the instrument — almost as if she would crumble into dust without it. As if each chord she played,...
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