You're My Special Valentine .::Cilan::."Oh, [Name] ~!" You blinked and turned your head towards the direction of a cheery voice. You saw your best friend Iris running up to you, a happy smile plastered on her face. You smiled back at her, pulling out your pack of gum and handing it to her. She thanked you and popped the piece into her mouth. She grinned at you and began to jump up and down a bit happily. "So, did you get any Valentines yet? I know it's the beginning of the day, but so many people have gotten Valentines already! I even got some! They're mostly from friends, but I always get giggly when someone gives me one!" You laughed lightly at her, shaking your head gently.
"I'm sorry, I can't say I have. Not even from friends. Ah! Here, I made these for you last night!" You pulled a bag out of your locker and handed them to Iris. A smile brightened up her dark skin as she jumped up and down again, giggling like crazy as she tackled you into a bear hug.
"Oh, thank you so much, [Name]!! You're the best friend I've ever ha
I Won't Forget You... .::Lithuania::.You sighed sadly at the foreign language book you held in your hands. Your mother's company needs her to move to France for business reasons. And you, being under the age of eighteen and being able to live on your own, had to move along with her. Just thinking about the situation made you frown. There was a light knock on your door, breaking you away from your thoughts.
"It's open." The door opened to reveal a worried-looking mother, making you turn your gaze back to your language book. "Oh Hey, mom " You could hear her sigh, making you feel a little hurt on the inside.
"[Name], we'll be leaving on Saturday You should quickly pack; it won't be long before we're on a plane to France. You know what to do at school tomorrow, right?" You tensed up a little at the thought of going around to your teachers, making them sign a sheet of paper saying that you checked with them about your departure, returning borrowed books and such. After a while of thinking, you nodded, not turni
Count On Me .::Poland::."You can count on me
Like 1, 2, 3, I'll be there
And I know that when I need it,
I can count on you like 4, 3, 2
You'll be there...
'Cause that's what friends are supposed to do "
"So, I got this recommendation to this weird college in Arizona, Feliks. It said that they knew I was a nerd for video games, which is kind of weird Don't you think so?" Your best friend, Feliks, laughed a little and shook his head at you.
"Like, of course not! It just means that they're seeing you for what you love to do!" You frowned a little, but soon smiled back at the Polish boy next to you. In fact, you can barely tell if he's supposed to be a man or not. He always wore skinny jeans, pink articles of any type of clothing, and he was always wearing a 'Best' part to a best friends necklace. Shaking off the thought, you sighed and leaned against your locker, closing your eyes to think about what you were going to cook for dinner. You were currently at your lunch period,
::G:: Italy's Reassurance"Oh, you know, you know, you know,
I'd never ask you to change
If perfect's what you're searching for
Then just stay the same "
You sighed and looked over at your pile of plush dolls, specifically your Pokémon and Hello Kitty ones. Feliciano, your caring boyfriend, had come over for a while because he really had nothing better to do.
Or at least, that's what you thought.
Feliciano noticed your sudden glance at the dolls and gave you a concerned look, getting up and pulling you into a side hug gently.
"Hey, what's wrong, [Name]? You just looked at your plushies sadly Did they do something wrong?" You made an inaudible noise before sighing and looking over at Feliciano sadly.
"Should I get rid of them? I mean Nobody else likes them and I get judged a lot for liking such childish things " Your gaze averted from the dolls to your bookshelf, which was half-filled with manga books and the sort. "Those, too. This is why I barely have any friends
Valentine's Day .::Wrath Contest Entry::.You placed yourself under a tree located in the commons of your high school. Turning your music up louder, you opened up your backpack and pulled out the current book you have been reading. You were completely obvious to your surroundings, not giving a care to the world around you. When you had time to read in the morning, it was your first priority before anything. Not last night's homework that was due today, not the test that was coming up in History class; nothing could compare. You were in your own world now. Twenty minutes of blissful chapters of your favorite book, nothing else could make you happier. Well, okay, maybe a bagel or some sort of treat, but that was beside the point. A pang of eye pain hit the corner of your eyes as the bright assortment of colors began to weave throughout the commons. You picked your head up and frowned almost immediately. It was that time of February already? Sighing, you went back to your book. Oh, how you dreaded the rest of the day to turn out.
So, Our Future? .::Austria::.Requested by: ~Crysvic
"You know, I truly don't see what is so fascinating about this game, [Name]." You were on your knees, standing sternly on your plush couch, gripping the Wii remote tightly. You didn't bother to acknowledge Roderich's observation due to how intense the game was getting. If he was going to insult Skyward Sword in your house, you'll insult him by ignoring him! Who cares if he was your boyfriend; Legend of Zelda was your LIFE. Roderich glanced at you from the top of his glasses, staring at you in amusement. "Is that how it's going to be, huh?" With a smirk, he stood up and fixed his shirt. He took a step away but was stopped by the Wii nunchuk wrapping its self around his wrist. He turned his head to see you pleading with your eyes for him to stay. He smiled slightly, picking up his wrist and untying the nunchuk. Your mouth gaped at him as he returned the device back to you. Roderich, being the fancy man he is, used his index finger under your chin to bring your