Italy x Reader - Wait...............NO PASTA!?You skipped over to the Vargas' household. You had gotten an odd phone call from Feli, one of your best friends. He had asked you to come over and cook him something to eat. You were confused on why Lovi, your other best friend and Feli's twin brother, hadn't cooked him anything, or why Feli hadn't cooked anything himself. You rang their doorbell and a white face Lovino opened the door frantically.Italy x Reader - Wait...............NO PASTA!?7 hours ago in Humor More Like This
"_____!! Thank god you are here!! Something is terribly wrong with Feliciano!!" he cried worriedly. You shushed him and asked what was wrong.
"What's wrong?! WHAT'S WRONG!? What's wrong is that Feli didn't ask me to cook him pasta when he was hungry!" you gasped at what Lovi revealed.
"What did he ask for?" you asked cautiously. Lovi's face fell.
"H-he a-asked f-for a p-pa-panini!!" he cried and burst into tears.
"_____, I don't know what's wrong with him!! He doesn't act sick, he acts normal, except for his taste in food!!" he sobbed.
Russia x Reader ~Sweet Winter~~Sweet Winter~Russia x Reader ~Sweet Winter~7 hours ago in Romance More Like This
A biting chill ran through the outer layers of your coat, jacket, and sweater underneath like a nipping spear piercing through your wintery armor. A sharp drop in the temperature followed, sending shivers down your backside and running through the lengths of your limbs until your arms shook. And here you thought it was only important to keep your head warm—even that wasn’t going so well.
Despite looking prepared, your body hadn’t adjusted to the harsh temperatures of the Russian winters—yet. You had told yourself that you would get used to the weather in time, but you had yet to make any progress. How Ivan was able to do it, you couldn’t bring yourself to understand.
The early nips of winter had already arrived like a creeping shroud over the little town where you had settled in. Being no more than a visitor, the only thing you had grown accustomed to getting sick more often than you would have liked, and it just so happened that you