Show That You're ThankfulShow That You're ThankfulShow That You're Thankful by tigerlilybeats
The countries in the world conference had always wondered why the girl that Russia brought with him every now and again always stood off to the side quietly, not doing anything. Just waiting for the meeting to end. It was like that every time she came. She would walk in, her arm hooked around Russia's as he escorted her to her place, and she'd be completely quiet. She'd stand by one of the maids and she'd just wait. The whole time, she would be standing. It wasn't until the third time he brought her along that people started putting two and two together.
She was Russia's girlfriend.
And yet, they didn't act like a normal couple. Every time they were together, Russia had an authoritative expression, it almost seemed like a scowl. And she'd look at him blankly, as if awaiting orders. She was quiet and obedient, and never, ever refused the tallest country. She'd tend to his every beck and call. Russia never said 'pl
Perfect Imperfections. [SolluxxReader] Love.Perfect Imperfections. [SolluxxReader] by InvaderSamm
It was such a strange, yet simple word. Karkat had no problems finding meanings and even using the foreign humane words, yet Sollux still had issues. It had been three sweeps- wait, no, it was six years and four months since the trolls had landed upon the planet Earth. Should landed be the correct term? He didn't know. It was still so strange to him. Now, at the age of twenty, Sollux was living on his own.
Sollux had grown accustom to other humane, English, words like heart rather than blood-pumper, bedroom rather than respite block, and various others. Those were easy. Yet, to a troll who was used to four quadrants, he was still unsure of this strange word- love. You can love your best friends, but love for a matespr- eh, significant other... was different somehow.
He was still having issues.
It was a normal day
BTTxReader- I Don't Care If I'm Selfish- PicturesBTTxReader- I Don't Care If I'm Selfish- Pictures by Katrucha
BTTxReader- I Don't Care If I'm Selfish- B3: III
You and one of Gilbert's roomates Francis were introducing yourselves and having nice conversation, when he asked you how you knew Gilbert.
"I met him when he was drunk in a bar and offered to take him home." You lied.
"Really?" Francis asked you, wondering why you would drive a stranger.
"No. I met him the day after he went on one of his bar trips, when he was passed in front of my door and threw up everywhere."
"How horrible!" He looked disgusted at the thought.
"It's okay. Though everytime he went drinking, he kept passing out in front of my house...because of that, we ended up becoming friends, and now I drive him home for the night, instead of him passing out anywhere."
"You are amazing! I wonder why Gilbert has never mentioned you to us before~?"
"He hasn't? That's weird."
It was silent for a moment. You didn't know what to say, and Francis just wasn't speaking. You wanted to break the silence, so you said the first thing that came
LevixGhost!Reader That Spectral Brat Chapter 3The minutes ticked by while the sun continued to rise further into the clear sky. Levi scowled at the clock on the wall and irately tapped his pen against his desk.LevixGhost!Reader That Spectral Brat Chapter 3 by TheFutterwacken
"Where is that shitty brat?" he growled under his breath.
Breakfast was already starting and he could hear the sounds of soldiers chatting and walking past his door on their way to the dining hall. An exasperated sigh escaped his lips as he lifted himself from his chair and marched out of his office, firmly closing the door shut behind him.
The soldiers he passed in the hallway gave him a wide berth as he stormed towards the dining hall with a fire in his eyes. He sped up his pace as he spotted the familiar blonde hair of his superior further down the corridor.
"Ah, Levi. Good morning," Erwin greeted with a smile as the short corporal appeared by his side.
Levi grunted in response. He wasn't in the mood for pleasantries.
Erwin stopped his trek towards the dining hall and looked at his fellow comrade. "Something's bothering