The Plot: CharacterizationYeah, she gained weight.The Plot: Characterization3 days ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
By the time snow crunched under our winter boots, little Gwen, was looking to be quite the plumper. Her white-blonde hair was growing out into a long flowing mess, and her face had some soft chubby cheeks. Her breasts had been glorified another cup, to two milky white melons. Her belly was now a nice juicy roll, and her ass was now jiggling and shaking all over the place. Not to mention those thighs...so thick and heavy with deposits from thousands of extra fatty treats.
"Senior year makes you fat." she said as she flopped herself onto her bed, a nice wobble accompanying her. Her last year of school had brought on a new laziness and gluttony to her, not to mention she was somehow more busy with choir, and stress eating followed. Like, a lot of stress eating. She was eating two five pound bags of candy a day for about three days last week, as she struggled through an English paper with a trusty sidekick of a thick, creamy latte. That, along with the chill taking
Germany x Reader - CuddlyGermany x Reader - Cuddly3 days ago in Romance More Like This
Ludwig was a cute sleeper.
You’d give him that.
With his peaceful expression and soft snores, he resembled a giant, huggable teddy bear; the fact that his hair was down didn’t help too much either, because it only seemed to add to adorable look.
Nonetheless, even if he did resemble a teddy bear, he definitely wasn’t acting like one – on the contrary, it was you who was acting like a teddy bear.
“I’m so thirsty,” you whined pitifully, squirming around in Ludwig’s strong hold. “Lemme go, Luddy! Wake up! I wanna get some water!”
The German didn’t even move, earning yet another whine from you.
For ten minutes you’d been trying to escape Ludwig’s arms, yearning for a nice cup of water to quench your thirst; however, much to your chagrin, Ludwig had a bad habit of cuddling in his sleep.
Well, you wouldn’t really call it bad – if anything, you enjoyed being cuddled by the norm