Prussia x Reader: Did You Forget?Prussia x Reader: Did You Forget? by AnimeGamer1223
I ignored my silver haired friend, who was also known as Gilbert Beilschmidt. Basically, Gilbert was a really good friend of mine, who claimed he was full Prussian. I'm not sure if he's albino or not, because it seems that his red eyes have a purple to it. Unless, he has heterochromia.
I knew that he would keep bothering me until I answered him, but I couldn't. He thinks that I didn't remember his birthday, but I do. The others and I made plans for a surprise party for Gil, and one part of the plan was to pretend we didn't know his birthday. "Frau, frau, frau!" Gilbert called me again.
I just puffed out air and scrolled down the page on the computer. The light radiating off of the screen hit my face and I watched as the text blurred. I heard Gilbert growl slightly as I did, I could feel his annoyance radiating off of him. I then heard him g
Japan X Reader (America's little cousin)Japan X Reader (America's little cousin) by crazzzychic
You looked at your older cousin for once disgusted with him. He was planning on bombing Japan for what Japan trying to destroy Pearl Harbor. You understood that this was the middle of WW2 (World War 2), but it still didn't make you like any of this at all. You hated war and you hated that your cousin was fighting with his old friend, Japan. And it didn't help that you knew Japan hadn't wanted to hurt America, his boss made him, but no, America wanted revenge, and he wanted it big time.
You, Japan, and America had all hung out just days before the war begun and even then you knew something was off about both of them. You tried to hold back you tears as you remembered the last time you had spoken to Japan, and you knew you had to help him now, he'd do it for you.
"America please! You can't do this to Kiku (Japan)!" You begged using Japan's human name to try and help Alfred (America) remember that Japan was his friend and that this would hurt him
JapanXReader ~Failing“How can you be failing Japanese?” your step-father asked you, his face pulled into an intimidating frown as he held your report card. “This is unacceptable! Your best friend is Japanese for God’s sake! How do you fail?”JapanXReader ~Failing by StellaMarris
“Japanese is a really difficult language, George!” you defended yourself. “It’s not like kanji comes naturally, and let’s not even forget about the pronunciation. Like seriously! What the crap!”
“I thought your mother and I raised you better than this,” George shook his head. “Your mother would be rolling over in her grave. 27. How do you make a 27?” With that, the man that you bore no relation to and were stuck with threw the report card on the table and marched off to the living room where he turned on the TV, a beer in hand. You could hear him pop the cap as an ESPN reporter began on the weekly sports news.
You growled to yourself in anger, and then at your stepfather, and then