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BTTxDepressed!Reader: Happy New Years!BTTxDepressed!Reader: Happy New Years! by Katarinat
You sat on the side of your bed, a throw blanket wrapped around your body and a book in your hand.
You glanced at your alarm clock and let out a sigh.
It was eleven o’clock.
The new year wasn't until another hour.
Your parents went on their own little vacation somewhere on the opposite side of the world while you were at home, “celebrating” by yourself.
You were absolutely sick of this year; all the bullying from school, the name calling, being put down and ignored by your parents. It was suffocating.
You promised yourself that you would get through this year, no matter how tough things got. And you were an hour away from fulfilling your promise.
Your phone vibrated next to you and you immediately picked it up to see who it was.
When you checked the message, your face paled.
Hey you little piece of shit! How’s your New Year’s Eve going? Crappy? I sure fuckin’ hope it is!!
How did she get your phone number?
It was from the leader of thos
Hetalia x Reader - The Heavenly WorldHetalia x Reader - The Heavenly World by AProudHetalian
Your parents always said that you lived in a heavenly world; or, at least, you were going to.
You were moving into a new area today for personal reasons, and the area you were going to live in was a place your parents used to stay at.
Here – well, according to them – the lovers are Italian, the cooks are French, the police are English, the mechanics are German and everything is organized by the Swiss.
Apparently that was a good thing.
You didn't really know.
Nonetheless, as you trudged up the porch of your new house, you were pretty sure you were in anything but a heavenly world.
In order to save money, you’d driven up to this new place by car; driving itself wasn’t a problem, but you were forced to stay inside the car for so long that you’d gotten quite tired. By the time you actually made it to your new home, the car actually broke down, so now you had to fix it.
That wasn’t the only thing, either.
Since you’d used a loca
Prussia x Reader - Awesome ConfessionPrussia x Reader - Awesome Confession by AProudHetalian
Gilbert was… annoying, for lack of a better word.
Not ‘annoying’ as in you wanted to beat him up all the time – though you would admit, there were occasions where you felt a good smack was necessary – but ‘annoying’ as in you could tolerate him, but if you had the choice, you’d prefer not to have to deal with Gilbert’s constant rants of ‘awesomeness’.
How your albino friend got into the habit of calling himself awesome every five minutes, you’d never know.
“Mein Gott, I am so awesome!”
’And there he goes,’ you thought with a sigh, bracing yourself once you heard footsteps approach you.
You’d invited Gilbert over earlier – rather, he kinda just barged into your house and wouldn’t leave – and at the moment, the both of yo
Romano x German!Reader [Teil drei]Romano x German!Reader [Teil drei] by Norges-butter
Warning: Profanities involved! Schimpfwort verwendet.
He turned to go call the police, only to hear the window break behind him...
His reflects made him kneel down and cover his head in fear. And not did he doubt that the crash woke you up. The room was now filled with broken glass which laid scattered on the floor near the now hole in the wall. Also three shady men climbing in the window, really don't minding the Lovino on the floor.
''W-w-what the hell?! What-a do you idiotas want?!!'' Lovino snapped rising from the floor. You where now fully awake and terrified, and your (E/C) orbs widened in shriek. One of the men turned to you to answer Lovino's question.
''Ah! There you are! You see Lovino, we-a only want this bella ragazza!'' the man chuckled eyeing you with some shining magenta eyes. The shadow that the moon made in the room was covering he and his companions, making it impossible for you to take in his features. But Lovino, on the other hand was clearly to
Nordics x Mute! Reader: Easier Done Than SaidMad-Mocha
“I love the snow.” You said to yourself as you were walking to the house of your friends, the Nordics. You were staying with them while your place was going under construction. You held a couple plastic bags in your hands filled with your purchases from the grocery store. You breathed in the cold air as you smiled. You were about half way to the Nordic’s home when the winds started to pick up. The snow that was picked up in the wind was so thick you barley could see where you were going. “Well there are the bad sides of the snow I guess.” You told yourself as you heard a cracking from above as you looked up seeing a large branch tumbling down on top of you.
“Are you sure you don’t need any help, Sweden?” Finland asked as he and Sweden were on their way back from cutting firewood. He shook his head as he held the stack of firewood on his shoulder.
As soon as they saw their home in sight Hanatamago stopped and looked do
Cafetalia X Reader - Norway1Julivia
“Ladies and gentlemen, welcome aboard Norwegian Airlines flight 23 with non-stop service to Oslo, Norway. Please turn your attention to the flight attendant nearest you for our safety demonstration. Please follow along with the safety card located in the seat pocket in front of you. Please make sure your seatbelt is securely fastened at this time. To fasten, insert the loose metal buckle into the holder. Tighten so it fits firmly around your waste. To fasten, pull the loose belt. Also, make sure all carry-on items are stored in the overhead bins or under the seat in front of you…” The perky flight attendant recited.
You let her speech fade into the background as you took in your rather big surroundings. A three seat aisle connected you to your friend who decided to spend her college break going to Norway with you, her younger not-quite-in-college-yet companion. She has heard the safety speech before,