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Not Again Netherlands X Reader
"Well then, what about we ride the Ferris wheel? Not too high, no big drops, and not fast at all." Netherlands squeezed your hand and smiled. "If you can't handle that, I don't know why we came to the fair today."
Not wanting to seem like a total loser, you nodded. "Yeah, sure, I can do the Ferris wheel. No problem."
Your act wasn't fooling anyone, but he nodded. "Okay, then what are we waiting for?" He grabbed you a candy apple to eat on the ride and shot off with you to the Ferris wheel. "Good thing there's no line, I hate waiting in lines." The two of you were escorted to your seats and strapped in. "You still feeling okay? You haven't touched your apple." He rubbed your knee in an attempt to be supporting.
"Oh I'm just fine, just wanted to save it for the ride." You took a bite.
"If you say so, but you know we can still get off the ride if you want, it hasn't started yet." The giant wheel began to move. "Whoops, never mind, you're stuck on it now. But he
Secret Recipe Rome X Reader
“You really don't have to stay with me you know, I'm only going to end up getting you sick if you do. Then we'll both just be miserable.” After a long time of fighting it off, your body had finally given in to the dreaded flu. Your muscles ached, your head was pounding, you were freezing and hot at the same time, and you could barely breathe through your nose.
“I'm not going to leave you, and I'm not going to get sick either. I'm supposed to take care of you.” Rome crossed his arms and grinned. “Besides, I don't think I can even get sick.” He rubbed your head and wrapped you up tight in a warm, fluffy blanket. “Now, you should rest, I'll go make you something hot. It should help your throat feel a little better.” After giving you a wink, Rome made his way to your kitchen to cook.
“You don't need to make me food. I can make my own food.” If you weren't so lightheaded, you would have chased after him. “What if I ju
That's Dancing? Denmark X Reader
"Yo, send down another drink for my lady friend. Her glass is empty, her glass should never be empty!" Denmark banged his fist on the club's counter top, trying to get the bartender's attention. "Did you not hear me man, a drink."
"I can hear you just fine Denmark, now calm down." A sour faced Norway once again filled your cup to the brim with your favorite drink. Leaning across the bar, he whispered a warning in your ear. "You should really keep an eye on him. He can get a little hard to handle when he gets drunk. Trust me, I know."
Unhappy with the warning Norway had just given you, Denmark thew an almost full glass of alcohol over the bar, straight at Norway. His aim, however was terribly impaired due to the amount of alcohol he'd consumed, meaning the glass came nowhere near to hitting Norway. "Who are you calling hard to handle? I'll show you hard to handle! Now hurry up and get me another drink, mine's gone." Denmark, who had just been fuming at N
The Ball Austria X Reader
Quite sometime had passed since your last encounter with Austria. Before you two had parted he'd promised to make up for his behavior towards you. Today was that day. He was throwing a rather lavish ball as an apology. You had never attended a ball before, but it would be awful to skip a ball that had been thrown just for you.
There you stood, looking over the crowded dance floor for Austria's face. The constant twirling of figures made it almost impossible for your eyes to focus on anything. Then, you saw him. His eyes locked on yours and he walked straight to you from the opposite side of the room.
"Hello '_____', I"m very glad you could make it." He took your hand in his and kissed it. "Would you be so kind as to allow me this dance?" Without waiting for your response, he walked you onto the busy floor. He brought you close in his arms and began to dance with you. Though you'd never danced before in your life, with him leading it came almost naturally. "Y
What A Mess Latvia X Reader
"I don't think I've been this bored in a long time, maybe ever. We really need to think of something to do, and fast, I think I can feel my brain turning into mush." Latvia had come over to your house to escape Russia's wrath. He wouldn't tell you what he did to make him so angry, only that he couldn't go back home anytime soon.
"I know, but I don't know what to do." You searched around the messy drawers of your house for something that could prove entertaining, at least for a little while. "I have a ton of playdough. I wonder when I got this."
Latvia shot straight up, eyes wide. "Playdough? We could do a lot of really cool stuff with that." He cleared off your table and prepared to play with it. "Bring it all, we'll need it, I have an idea."
"Okay then." You were confused, but did what he said. After placing every container on the table you took your place next to him. "What now?"
"Well, if you don't plan on ever using it again, I would like to mix al
Not at the Theater Estonia X Reader
"Careful, it's dark, I don't want you to trip." Estonia took your hand and led you up the dimly lit steps of the movie theater. It was opening night for a movie you'd been dying to ever see since the very first preview. You could hardly contain your excitement. "These seats okay with you?" He had somehow managed to find the perfect seats in a theater full of people.
"Yup, good with me." You and Estonia sat down in your seats and started munching on some of the many snacks that had been purchased. "It's a good thing we got so much food. I always wind up eating everything before the actual movie starts because the previews are so dang long."
Estonia nodded. "I know what you mean. Normally I show up late to movies just to miss them, but I knew how excited you were and didn't want to risk you missing any of the actual movie." He adjusted his glasses on his face and leaned back into the chair.
You gave him a sideways hug and kissed him on the cheek. "Well I appre
Sampling Sweets Turkey X Reader
"Everything out here smells so good, there's no way we can possibly sample it all. You know what I'm saying? I wish I'd brought a doggy bag or a knapsack, or a backpack, or a something." Turkey sighed. "So much food, and such a small stomach. Well, we better get to sampling huh?" He grabbed your hand and began almost running towards the smell of the food. The two of you were spending the day at a local street fair. Vendors from all over were there sampling their dishes and Turkey had seized the opportunity to get a free meal. "I hope they have lots of sweets today and not just a bunch of cheese. How about you?"
"Well actually I like cheese just fine, but if we're going to be using free samples for dinner, I kinda hope they have something besides just sweets, or cheese." You laughed.
"Oh, yeah, you have a point there. I didn't think to ask, I'm sorry." Turkey blushed sheepishly. "If you're actually hungry I'll get you something to eat you know. I can't have my date going around
Is that a Snowman? Sweden X Reader
A light snow was falling outside coating the already snow covered ground with a fresh, pristine layer of untouched snow. It wasn't uncommon for it to snow this time of year, and you loved the look of it. You never really went out in it though. You weren't that fond of the cold, and it really wasn't that fun to play in the snow alone. You thought you might make a fire in your fireplace and curl up with one of your pets, before you'd moved too far from the window, you heard a knock at your door. You opened it to see It was Sweden, he was holding a large wooden box in one hand.
He greeted you with a warm smile. "Hello, you aren't busy are you?" His cheeks were rather red, you weren't sure if it was from the cold or if he was blushing.
"No, not at all." You smiled and let him inside.
"I'm sorry I didn't call first, but I was walking through town and saw this and thought maybe we could try it out." He placed the box on your table and opened it up. It had everythi
Too Many Apples Greece X Reader
You had been wandering around through the park aimlessly for quite a while now. This was supposed to be a date, but nothing had happened, and the way things were going you seriously doubted anything would. Greece didn't even seem to remember that you were walking beside him anymore. "Hey Greece, I like that park and all, but it would be a lot more fun if we talked or something."You hoped you hadn't sounded rude, but you had to get this date back on track.
Greece looked over at you. "Hmm, oh I forgot we were walking together, I'm sorry. I got so busy thinking about what we were going to do today, I forgot I already had you here." He scratched the back of his head and smiled. "Well, I guess we should go do what I had planned to do all along now then huh? I hope you aren't afraid of heights." He lead you into a more private part of the park surrounded by trees. Upon closer inspection you realized the were all fruit barring trees. "Have you ever picked apples bef
All you had heard about were these parties America had been hosting. You had heard that is was like a full-proof e-harmony;you decided to go today. You packed your purse fun of cosmetics and perfumes, just in case the game looked tough.
When you arrived, you were surprised, you were the only girl.
"I don't stalk you...so don't ask! I just knew you were coming..." America gave you a thumbs up while blushing.
"How exactly does that work...you can't know where she is without looking for her..." Britain slyly stuck his tongue out at America.
"Dude, whatever, go eat yourself...any way, ___-"
"Ad you talk to her so causally! Yes, it's apparent he stalks you..." Britain was satisfied with his deduction.
"Okay dude, that's enough, lets get this started." America led you to the table. "Ok just pick a piece of paper!" America backed away as you picked a piece...
"Germania?" You didn't even know who that was...but he stepped forward. A man that looked much like Germany, but with long hair.
CIRL GermaniaxReaderScrunching your eyebrows in concentration, you furiously typed on your laptop in an attempt to get your thoughts out before they vanished. You were currently working on a paper for your Composition class and you had just been struck with inspiration. So before you could forget your genius idea, you hurriedly added sentence after sentence to your paper.
With a sigh, you leaned back and re-read everything you'd just typed. Which you were damn proud of, by the way. You weren't finished just yet, but this burst of intelligence had set you on a roll and you weren't stopping anytime soon. Although you hated writing essays, you couldn't complain about this one because you were writing about the history of Germania. You'd been skeptical at first, but once you started doing the research you realized that Germania had actually been a really interesting country.
You grinned as you finished another paragraph. You were on such a roll right now! There were already six pages finished and you only nee
Hetaloid!Germany x Reader
You open the box and gasp at what’s inside.
It was a Germany Hetaloid
You thank your Parents a bunch and hug them and squeeze them, and typically what a teenage girl would do if you bought her a brand new car.
“Hey, ______~! We should turn it on now~.” One of your friends said while poking your arm.
“Not now... I don’t know how he’ll react to a group of new people.” You said with uncertainty. they all grunt but go on with the party anyway. After everyone left you sigh. you had no idea how to wake up the hetaloid. Yes you read the instructions, but you were under-age so you couldn’t get beer, also, you didn’t feel like soldier. But playing Soldier seem like the best option at the moment. So you stood in the best posture you could.
“As your commanding officer, I order you to wake up, soldier!” you said with the strictest voice you could, but it wasn’t very good at all, but either way he still activated, respond
Germania x Reader: Tale as Old as Time
~Tale as old as time
True as it can be
Barely even friends
Then somebody bends
“Mutti, how did you meet Vati?” Gilbert asked as he climbed onto your lap.
“Let’s see….” You smiled
“This land is mine!” you barked as the tall blonde refused to leave and still aimed his sword at you. You wore a full suit of armor designed to protect you during battle. You both finished a futile fight for a small patch of land near the ocean that neither of you seemed to be willing to give up. You needed this land to have access to the oceans and be able to trade.
“Back down before I have to go to war vith you….” He muttered lowly and narrowed his eyes in a threatening display. You growled and took off your helmet and glared back at him. Your (h/c) locks fell and framed your face as he lowered his sword.
“Oh…you’re a woman…You can have it” the man nodded and placed his swor
CIRL 2P!GermanyxReaderTo say you had lost your temper may be the tiniest understatement you've ever made .
Ok, eff that, it was the biggest lie of the century. You'd done more than lose your temper. You'd gone past temper to turn into some Hulk-Godzilla-crazy-psycho-war mongering demon from hell. And your poor apartment had suffered for it.
Chairs were upended, cushions and pillows were all over the place, and everything was just in general chaos. You hadn't broken anything, which you were very grateful for. You honestly hadn't been paying complete attention during your rampage and therefore weren't 100% as to the state of your belongings.
Sighing heavily, you cursed yourself for getting so mad and began straightening up. You really shouldn't have let such a small thing as your boss being lazy and making you do all the work, again, get to you.
Your hands clenched at the reminder of why you'd made this mess in the first place, but you quickly relaxed them. You might actually break something if y
~Christmas in Berlin~*Daddy!Germany X Mommy!Reader~Fröhliche Weihnachten~
*Daddy!Germany X Mommy!Reader*
'Drabble #15 from 'All I want for Christmas' series'
It was those of once upon a December days.The capital city of Germany was enveloped in a thick layer of white,fluffy snowflakes still making their way to the ground into a dizzy,still mesmerizing waltz.
The sky was painted in soft greys,smokey blacks and here and there could be seen delicate navy blues.
The skeletical branches seemed to almost snap under the weight of white powder,but somehow they managed to support it.Some just got rid of it with the help of crispy wind which blew cold above the shiny stars,skattering them onto the ground and swirling them into a passionate danced circle,followed one by another.
The baby blue eyed infant tapped with a slender pale finger the glass of the window on which frozen shaped snowflakes were plastered by the previous night's blizzard.
He was entranced by the outside world,but on the other side he knew very well that the col
Running around your german home,happy as could be.Your vati said your grossvater was visiting,even though you had never really met him.You cleaned up your room and toys being the tot you are,getting excited was very easy.You smiled not wanting to wait anymore,grabbing all your toys and throwing them into your toy chest.
Hearing the door bell you run down stairs,seeing you vati open the door you hold your breath.
"The awesomeness has arrived!"a certain prussian uncle yelled walking in making vati facepalm.
"Uncle Awesome!" you yell running down and hugging him.
"Meine favorite Awesome neice"he said picking you up,while gibird landed on your head.
"Hey come in here und help me Gilbert"you turned to see vati putting on his apron,and gil set you down on the couch.Grabbing the remote and putting on spongebob just as the episode 'Texas'came on.Watching the T.v you could hear Vati and Gil fighting about how Gibert would start watching Spongebob,and not doing
Germany x Reader- The Internet
"Hey, Germany." You cracked a smile, peering over at the blond german and away from the bright, blinding computer screen you had been staring at for so long.
Italy and you had been scouring the internet for hours, looking for nothing in particular. Just a few moments ago the two of you had found something called 'babynames.com'. It had caught your intrest, so you clicked on it to see what it was about. Just like the name implied, it was a websight with nothing but baby names. At the top of the screen you could look up any name you wanted and see what it stould for, and what gender the name was supposed to belong to. At the bottom, you could look up names under French, Japanese, Indian, Spanish, and so on. The moment you spotted names you could look up in German, a wide, evil smile spread across your face.
"Ja?" Germany asked, looking up from the newspaper he had been so interested in.
"Germany, Devi vedere questo~!" Italy laughed, pointing at the screen.
The german let out a heavy sigh
You woke up to your phone. It was a text from America.
"Hey guys! We're having a seven minutes in heaven...party thing! So get yo asses over here by 6pm!" You looked at your clock nonchalantly, assuming it was only be 10am. Much to your surprise, you slept until 5pm! You hopped out of bed and ran to the shower.
You rushed a shower and clothing;immediately running to America's house.
You were just in time.
"Hey,____! I'm glad you made it! After all, this would be pointless without you." He took you into the house where everyone was gathered, waiting for your arrival.
"Hey there, ___! It's good to see you!" Finland waved and handed you Christmas cookies. "I made these for you last night!"
"Looks like Finland's got a crush..." Norway interjected.
"Okay. Shut your conversations the hell up guys! It's time to start! Rock on!" America pushed you to the bucket. "Now...Draw!"
You drew the name. You closed your eyes and wished for Norway. It was him. "YES!" Did you really just shout that
A Cabin for Two Germania X Reader
It seemed like you had been traveling for hours now. You recognized nothing around you. It was rather hard however, to find anything familiar when all that surrounded you was rocks and trees. And to be fair, all of the tree's pretty much looked the same. Every once and a while you'd pass a small family run shop or gas station, but nothing to help you know where you were. You let out a long sigh and leaned on Germania's shoulder. "Germania, I don't want to sound like that annoying little kid in the back seat or anything, but are we almost there?"
Germania nodded. "Yes, it should only be about five more minutes. I'm sorry it took so long, but trust me, it'll be worth it." A slow smile spread across his face as he gave your hand a tight, loving squeeze. After just a few moments your car came into a clearing, you saw rather picturesque log cabin that sat next to a small lake. It looked like a picture from a fairy tale.
"Oh my gosh, it's so pretty. Like a painting. Is this where we'
All Here For A ReasonI turned onto a shady, well-manicured driveway that, for all intents and purposes, looked harmless enough. Maple trees lined both sides of the street, and a parade of Canadian geese marched across the road to a wide duck pond with a flamboyant fountain. There were blooming crepe myrtles and rose-of-sharons, and as I grew closer to my destination, neatly trimmed gardens with neatly trimmed bushes.
I stopped to let the geese pass. They looked at me; one hissed. I honked my horn and moved around them.
At the end of the road sat a collection of grayish buildings and a number of signs directing me to the appropriate parking lot. "Welcome to Ten Creeks Hospital," said one of them. "Please enjoy your stay." I parked in the visitor's lot. Surely I wouldn't be staying.
I was shaking when I got out of my car. I had spent the morning getting high. One foot in front of the other, flip-flop noises, hot sidewalk. Mulberry and magnolia trees, freshly shaved grass. A bench and pan for smokers. A set o
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