Open Seat: Poland x ReaderOpen Seat: Poland x Reader
Not three seconds after you entered the room, your phone buzzed to let you know that you had just received a text. You pulled out your phone and checked your inbox.
'You should totally look that way! -->' You chuckled. You didn't even need to check the name to know who this was from. Sure enough, you looked right and saw Poland enthusiastically waving to you and pointing to an empty seat next to him. Grinning, you speed-walked over to him,
"Hey, Poland! I thought that this was Lithuania's seat." You rested your hand on the back of the seat just in case someone else really was sitting there.
Poland shook his head, "No, that stupid jerk Russia is making Liet sit with him today, it's, like, so not cool of him!" Just to emphasize his distaste towards the situation, he glared at Russia, who simply waved back in a friendly manner. "Oh, we'll like, totally see who's smiling when I make Warsaw your capital!" He yelled across th
- A Typical Morning [Prussia x Reader]A Typical Morning
((-A safe, happy routine-))
. . . You woke gently . . .
You lay there, tranquility ample through your mind and body.
You never felt so . . . peaceful.
You slowly but surely came to your senses.
First was touch.
. . . Soft
. . . Smooth
. . . Snug
You could feel warmth.
Maybe it was the sunbeam slanting into the window to shine on your face.
Maybe it was the silken sheets that lightly hugged your body.
Maybe it was the soused breath caressing your face, and the arms encircling your waist.
Next was sound.
. . . Ticking
. . . Tweeting
. . . Pauses
You could hear harmony.
Maybe it was the magpies chirping outside the open window.
Maybe it was the subtle beating of the coo-coo clock hanging across the room.
Maybe it was the lazy inhalation and exhalation of air, and the shifting weight of the body next to yours.
Then was smell.
. . . Sweet
. . . Musky
. . . Clean
You could smell familiarity.
Maybe it was the gentle bre
JapanxReader - A Day to Remember
You let out a low hiss of pain as your stomach churned in the most unbearable way it could. You would have shifted so you were more comfortable, but your body was as stiff as a rock, making it almost impossible for you to move for anything other then bolting up to get sick in the bucket to your side.
You were home alone with a terrible case of the flu. Oh happy joy. You always complained to friends about wanting to be sick so you could stay home from school. While right now all you wanted was to be back in the boring cycle of classes, listening to the yelling of frustrated teachers and the moans of kids who could care less.
Plus you couldn't wait to see that almost always blank face you loved so much. You would have never imagined that you could miss the familiar face of your close friend-. Your thoughts were caught off by a light tapping on the door, so light that you though you were almost positive you were imagining it. You would have told your self it
Teen Titans x Mutant Reader"We can't just leave her here."
"Dude, do you not see what she did? What if she freaks out and goes all...well...you know..."
"I regret to admit, Beast Boy, I do not think it's wise to take this one with us."
"Aw come on, not you too Star! Look at her! Shes hurt - we hurt her - , and now you want to walk away? Robin, you're with me, right?"
You couldn't move, you couldn't speak, you couldn't see. All you could do was listen as the voices above you bickered between themselves about what to do with you. The longer you listened, the more distant the voices became and the harder it became to hear.
"The authorities will take care of her, Beast Boy. She'll get the proper medical attention."
"Oh yeah, of course. I forgot about them. And they'll totally let her get away with this mess, too."
"Guys, you know what's gonna happen to her if we don't take her." There was a long, uncomfortable silence between the three voices, broken only by the muffled sound of sirens coming c