Hot Cocoa, A restless Night GeritaA/N: WARNING: GERITA and slight SPAMANO.Hot Cocoa, A restless Night Gerita3 years ago in Sketches More Like This
Another Gerita chapter~~ With Guests~~ Yes this also includes Spain and Romano. : D This one is based on Hot Cocoa by Len Kagamine. Though it's inspired by :iconchibimeli:. I mostly used the lyrics and listened to the song for this one.
I attempted to give Germany a more German accent. If you don't like it I will make it more normal sounding. Enjoy~
Hot Cocoa~ A Restless Night~
"Nothing will happen if you don't settle down and work on it!" Germany shouted at Italy, once again a whole day of training had done nothing to change Italy's lazy spirit of sitting around and eating pasta. Not to mention the trouble he had gotten into with France.
"Germany! It is winter! I do not want to run outside! It's cold." Italy whines out of breathe. He had spent all day running from Germany to escape training. He of course was caught in his own kitchen making hot chocolate.
"Yeah potato bastard, you should shut up and leave Italy the hell alone."
Chatting to Chat - Dirty Name StealerDanny Phantom I just barely got into this whole FaceBook thing...now what's all this twitter nonsense?Chatting to Chat - Dirty Name Stealer3 years ago in Humor More Like This
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Paulina Sanchez I would totally follow you on twitter!
Star Benson ditto!
Danny Fenton you would be so lost.
Danny Phantom hush, name stealer.
Danny Fenton Name stealer?!
Mikey Lucas okay, who's older?
Danny Fenton uh...
Mikey Lucas when was Phantom born?
Danny Phantom uhm. Uh...personal.
Dash Baxter Fenton needs to change his name.
Danny Fenton Wtf.
Danny Fenton apparently I need to change my name. Idk why.
Sam Manson what's your middle name?
Danny Fenton Noah.
Tucker Foley hehehe...
Danny Fenton ANY ARK JOKES AND I'M UNFRIENDING YOU.
Tucker Foley oh come on! It's right there, dude!
Danny Fenton look, just because I DO have an ark in my back yard has nothing to do with the fact that my middle name is Noah. And when the pola
"Love"It makes you hate being alive"Love"3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
It makes you hate people everywhere
There is no point in taking the dive
Love is never in the air.
It's poison of the strongest kind
A plague you can't escape
It destroys your peace of mind
Its a mental and emotional rape
Its almost blasphemous to me
A pollutant to humanity
Disgusting is what it is
And yet, it still makes me want to be his.
Christmas - GerIta"So that concludes the world conference! Are there any final words?" Alfred asked.Christmas - GerIta4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Francis stood up. "We should do this again, non? It's not often we can get together."
Based on how the meeting had turned out, that didn't seem like such a good idea to anyone...well, except
"How about at Christmas?" suggested Tino, who had been silent the entire meeting.
No one ever wanted to refuse the shortest Nordic country. Nobody spoke for a long time. Berwald decided to break the silence by saying "It's a good idea." This was followed by mumbles of agreement from everyone else.
"We should do it at mine and Matthew's place!" Alfred suggested. "It's the biggest, apart from Ivan's, but it's not as cold!"
Whoever wanted to disagree with the American at that point was crazy. And so, it was decided that there would be a party for all the nations on the 25th of December of t
Star Wars Episode I ReviewStar Wars Episode I Review3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
People... why do you hate this movie? Come on, let's get to adult mature constructive manners - why do you hate this movie? It would make sense if you hated it because you don't care for the Star Wars franchise. But that's the funny part - you praise the original trilogy all the time in comparison, talking about this and that you thought was made wrong and overall ruined all three prequels to you, as it changed everything.
Here's the thing - the movie is only hated for the mere purpose of being different. They used a ton of CGI, they gave new styles to everything, they gave some new types of lighthearted elements, and you didn't like it therefor as it "ruined" the mood and tone and style of the original trilogy's. But that just means you prefer the way they made the original trilogy - it doesn't give you the right to bash the living shit out of the prequels for no apparent reason. But let me go through the major issues haters talk about over and over again, and let me respond to them:
He Won't SurviveHe Won't Survive3 years ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
Of course he won't survive.
I know of the order.
Every clone knows it.
In the back of our minds,
It festers away.
The Jedi we love,
We'll take their lives away.
Can't be helped.
We cry inside.
But we are mere robots
Of flesh design.
We obey the Sith Lord,
Against our will.
Hands cut off and tied,
While we'll take blood.
I'll one day kill my leader.
My Obi-Wan Kenobi.
I just pray it's not today.
Because if it is,
I'll pray he'll forgive me,
Plead innocence though bloody guilty.
Then I'll pray that somebody kills me.
On the Jedi CodeThere is no emotion, there is peace.On the Jedi Code3 years ago in Sketches More Like This
There is no ignorance, there is knowledge.
There is no passion, there is serenity.
There is no chaos, there is harmony.
There is no death, there is the Force.
The Force surrounds us and penetrates us. the Force binds the galaxy together. All living beings in space and time, and indeed space and time itself, are subject to the ebb and flow of the Force throughout the stars.There are those who can feel the Force's whispers, and are able to answer back. Such beings sensitive to the Force are born with a duty: to protect and preserve all life, as products of the Living and Unifying Force. From that duty we, the Jedi Order, emerge. We serve all life, and by extension, we serve the Force itself. The Force is the fount and sustainer of all life, and yet cannot be described as "living" itself.
The Force simply is.
Yet the Jedi, the servants of the Force, do not "simply" exist as the Force does. Our purpose is the precursor and the hypothesis of our e
Fickle DeathAlan-centric fiction: Includes spoilers for the ending of the second Kuroshitsuji musical (The Most Beautiful DEATH in the World)Fickle Death3 years ago in Drama More Like This
No one knew exactly how they were going to die. It was one of the many things in life that best remained secret.
No one knew. No one except for Alan.
He knew exactly how he was going to die. He may not have known exactly when, but he knew it was soon; very soon. The pain of the attacks was getting greater by the day, and they were getting shockingly more frequent.
He knew exactly what would happen.
It would start off as a normal attack; his heart give one loud thump in warning, and he would double over, clutching at his chest as if that would make it any better. He would begin to gasp, cough and splutter in pain, then try and bear it until it passed.
But it would not pass.
And all of his senses would be thrashed in the onslaught.
He would hear his own wretched screaming and coughing, piercing his otherwise numb ears. He wouldn't hear the foot
GerIta - Storm"V-ve! Germany~!!!" Italy flinched as another flash of lightning illuminated the room through his curtained window. Another second passed and the deep roll of thunder was heard around the house. Italy whimpered and called out again. Usually by this time he would have sprung out of bed and rushed to Germany's room. Except Germany had asked Italy not to disturb him because he was working and he was too frightened to move.GerIta - Storm4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Again the clouds roared and grumbled angrily.
Italy squeezed his eyes tightly shut and retreated back under the covers, clamping his hands over his ears. He continued to whimper as the rain beat down on the windows, wind picking up to whistle in through tiny cracks and shake the panes. Tears streamed down the small Italian's face. No-one was here to help him.
Germany looked up from his work, sighing. At last he had finished the last of his paperwork. He had to admit, for once his brother's idea of listening to music had actually helped him work a little. He didn't
Sithisis, Or On the SithPeace is a Lie; There is only Passion.Sithisis, Or On the Sith3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Through Passion, I gain Strength.
Through Strength, I gain Power.
Through Power, I gain Victory.
Through Victory, my chains are Broken.
The Force shall free me.
Those that presume to take up the mantle of the dark side do so for trivial reasons. Some, consumed by their impotent rage at their own weakness, seek to shroud themselves in darkness to futilely mask their inferiority. Others simply seek an outlet for their frivolous hedonisms, abounding in debauchery simply to spite the sensibilities of other beings.
Those beings have no understanding of what it means to be Sith.
Those that do not understand will never be Sith.
To be Sith, in the very end, is to be fully autonomous in will and power. A Sith Lord and his ambitions are inextricable; it is what defines him, and what forms the central aspect of his identity. And identity is the source of a Sith's power. One's will and ambition is what defines him as a being, and in turn the fulfillmen
A Letter to All Senators Regarding CISPADear Senator (Insert your name here),A Letter to All Senators Regarding CISPA3 years ago in Letters More Like This
I've realized that CISPA or the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act will do more harm to American citizens as well has American government than it may suggest. Instead of protecting Americans from cyber-security threats as it has suggested, it would instead force websites that your voters as well as millions of Americans use to hand over their personal information and read their emails causing very serious privacy issues. CISPA has also used extremely vague terms in order for corporations to hunt down internet users and accuse them for copyright infringement without a trial and jury. There as been only a very small speck of oversight being shown in this bill and there have also been major technological supports that were against SOPA and PIPA such as Facebook, Google and Microsoft, believing that they can actually benefit from CISPA's passing, because they think that CISPA isn't half as bad as SOPA. This is a deception. CISPA is a million
If Life Were a Video GameIf life were a video gameIf Life Were a Video Game4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
I'd be the Outcast traversing the Galaxy
I'd be the Knight saving the Republic from crimes all alike;
If life were a video game
I'd become Unleashed on all of my foes
I'd be vulnerable to the Dark Forces of the Galaxy
If life were a video game
I'd save the Academy from an overgrown lizard
If life were a video game
I'd pro'ly be dead.
Don't Laugh at MeRaf's POVDon't Laugh at Me2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
I kept my eyes screwed shut as I scrubbed the remains of shampoo out of my hair. I finished up and wrapped a towel around my waist before I made my way to my locker.
It was just after gym class and we all had to take a shower; school rules.
I skipped a few grades in my lifetime which was why I am with Miko and Jack in the high school.
I walked slowly towards my locker avoiding any shoves that kids were giving each other. I sighed in relief when I made it safely to my locker, or so I thought.
Before I even turned the dial on my lock, some kid came running up to me all out of breath.
"You're the kid?! I am so sorry." He said covering his mouth. I have no idea what he is talking about so I stayed silent. "Vince." Was all he said.
I groaned. "Scrap." I muttered under my breath. He's been a bully to everybody since he was probably a baby. But, he made sure I got it worse maybe because I was a 'nerd' as he called, maybe because I was friends with Jack, or maybe both, I have
A Case for ChristianityA Case for Christianity3 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
A CASE FOR CHRISTIANITY
I can't quote Scripture. I don't know much theology, and I can't speak for all the divisions of Christendom. But, as a practicing Christian, I do know a bit about my religionenough to get annoyed when ignorant people (I'm looking at you, Angry Forum Posters) consider Christianity to be hateful and Christians to be naïve.
I'm Orthodox Christian. The Orthodox Church is regarded as the original Christian church, dating back to the time of Christ. (No, the Catholic Church isn't the firstthey split from the Orthodox in 1054 over many issues.) I won't go into those details here, but if you are curious to know more, a fantastic article which explains the differences between the Orthodoxy and Catholicism can be found in the authour's comments.
Anyway, since I'm Orthodox Christian, many beliefs shared by the Orthodox will show up in the following essay.
Zero SignalSetting: The not-too-distant future...Zero Signal3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It's been two years now. I've been grinding through this infernal, everyday routine; pushing the leads on little electronic parts through holes on circuit boards and handing them to the next convict in line for soldering. The factory is full of the noise and bustle of other laborers all around me, but I don't think I've ever felt the chill of a more inhuman or derelict surrounding. Despite the misleading warm light that falls from the small windows near the ceiling, none of us know what's going on in the outside world. I'm not sure any of them do, either.
I try not to think about it, but I remember the lawsuit like it was yesterday. I'd sat at the defendant table, listening to the lawyer argue with some overweight business tycoon in a two-thousand-dollar suit and I'd told myself, this isn't real. This can't be real. But it was real, and when my attorney signed that agreement, and I heard the judge deliver the verdict, I knew w
Special Little Snowflake Chapter 4“I wonder what my mom is making for dinner,” you mused as you walked to the living room and plopped yourself on the couch and propped your feet up on the coffee table. Jack sat down next to you and watched as you turned on the television. You flipped through the channels before settling on ABC Family, seeing as they were having a Christmas movie marathon and you absolutely adored watching Christmas movies. They made you all happy inside and put you in a good mood. At the moment, Elf was on. Elf was probably one of your favorite Christmas movies because of how hilarious it was.Special Little Snowflake Chapter 42 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Oh yes. I love this movie,” you cheered as you set the television remote down beside you. Jack looked confused.
“That’s a tall elf.”
“He’s actually a human, but he was raised by elves and therefore believes he is an elf.”
“Oh. Makes sense I guess.”
“Who are you talking to?” called your mom from the kitchen. You weren’t one
Fem Germany x Reader A Year of Smiles 4Fem Germany x ReaderFem Germany x Reader A Year of Smiles 42 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
A Year of smiles 4:
I think there are some things in this world that should never be put in the same room together.
Romano and I should never be in a lock room and she has a bucket of garage to throw at me. France locked in a room with Italy or England. Finally the last thing that should never ever be allowed is my schwester and _______ being in a room that’s not even locked! It all started a few days ago when my schwester came home and invited herself to dinner.~
Germany played with her short blonde hair once more before grabbing her coat. She has left a note for her sister telling her she was going out for dinner. Germany had not seen her sister in a few weeks due to the busy war efforts over on the Russian front. Germany wasn’t too worried about her sister because she knew how strong she was. Just as Germany opened the door to exit her house; she was knocked back onto the floor.
From A Closet of Sin to Hope In Christ"We gays can't help that we're born as we are" I’ve heard it said. We humans can't help that we're born into a fallen world any more that we can help the bullying environment of sin that’s forced onto us. Sin is like a spiritual cancer; that if not dealt with in time, will kill us. Yet in the same instance it’s so pleasing to indulge we don’t even know we’re dying.From A Closet of Sin to Hope In Christ9 months ago in Emotional More Like This
All sin, no matter the form it's in, is addictive, and if we choose to submit to it, it becomes our addiction. And often we find ourselves submitting to it; sometimes purposefully, sometimes without even realizing it till it’s too late.
I will gladly admit that I'm addicted to it just as everyone else is, because I’m human. But because I’m human, because I’m made in the image of Christ, I don’t want to be addicted to sin. I want freedom; I want Christ.
That said, there is a contrast between the LORD’s followers and the followers of the world. The Christian's g
::R.I.:: Smile:: Matthew x Reader ::::R.I.:: Smile2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
You hummed gleefully to yourself as you skipped down the sidewalk of your small town. It was partly cloudy, which also meant that the sun would still shine. These kinds of days were your favorite because it was still nice enough for people to go outside and have fun in the sun, as they like to say. Though, you only liked days like these because of your cheerful personality; you never worried about anything. At funerals, you were the only one who still had somewhat of a smile, because you knew that crying wouldn't make anyone happier. You were the one people went to when they were down in the dumps because you could make anyone smile, even if it was for a moment.
You stopped in your tracks when you heard someone crying nearby, though it was muffled due to distance. You turned your head in the direction of the crying to see a boy curled up in a ball in the alleyway. You made an 'o' with your mouth and quickly made your way over to him. Once you stood in front o
Laugh Maker ::PruCan::"Gilbert? Are you here? Gilbert?" Mathew called out as he wandered through the hall of the German's residence. His hands were in his pocket, clenching and unclenching around the throat of the bottle of maple syrup that he had stashed in there. By his foot was Kumajiro, who matched his master's walk step-for-step as the Canadian peeked into open rooms.Laugh Maker ::PruCan::5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Gilbert?" He called out into one of the open rooms. Leaning forward and deeper into the room, Mathew peered around inside, taking in all of the simple decorations and the basic furniture. Something pushed past his leg causing him to stumble in and he ended up catching hold of one of the lamps for support. He cast a sparing glance at the lampshade that lay there on the ground, a bit banged up now before shooting a glare at his bear.
"What was that for?"
Kumajiro ignored him, going for the more comfortable option of burrowing underneath the large fleecy blankets and taking a quick snooze. The last thing Mathew saw of his polar bear was his
Special Little Snowflake Chapter 3“So… the Tooth Fairy is half bird?” you asked, making sure you didn’t decipher the picture wrong. You didn’t exactly picture the Tooth Fairy as a bird, for in your story books she was usually portrayed as a princess-like fairy with a sparkly pink dress and curly blonde hair. You always pictured her as Glinda the Good Witch from the Wizard of Oz. You never accepted the Rock or Larry the Cable Guy as the Tooth Fairy since you always pictured the Tooth Fairy as a girl. This discovery was rather interesting.Special Little Snowflake Chapter 32 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“That’s right. She has these mini fairies that help her collect the teeth,” explained Jack. You blinked slowly, trying to take in and process this information.
“Huh. And all this time I thought she was a fairy princess.”
“Well, you thought wrong.”
You looked over to the picture of a short man. You narrowed your eyes in deep thought.
“Is that… the Sandman?” you asked skep
Special Little Snowflake Chapter 2“Are you seriously going to use a hairdryer on this?” asked Jack as he followed you from your bathroom. You were carrying your hairdryer, which was your favorite color, to the kitchen to thaw the frozen water.Special Little Snowflake Chapter 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Duh,” you replied as you went to the sink. “Unless you come up with a better idea, I shall follow through with this plan.”
“Okay, do your thing, snowflake.”
“Why do you keep calling me that, Jack?”
“I don’t know your name.”
“… Oh,” you said, feeling bad for not telling him sooner. You told him your name.
“That’s a nice name.”
“Why, thank you,” you giggled as you plugged in the hair dryer. You set it on the hottest option and turned it on. You and Jack watched the ice for about five minutes before you exclaimed, “Forget this.” It was expected of you to do this, seeing as you were a rather impatient person and you should’ve known from the
.:Tickle your troubles away:.It was a calm and peaceful day at the Ark, the sun shining cheerfully upon the gleaming orange metal of the Autobot base and its inhabitants locked away inside. Far from the inviting warmth of the sun, the Autobots spent their day doing what had to be done or taking a nice break from their duties. Some were already off on patrol, some were training in the weapons room, one was being rushed to the med bay because of an explosion from his failed experiment, and others were just relaxing in the rec. room and having a good time..:Tickle your troubles away:.6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
All except three of the local humans.
There was a soft sigh as a young girl, aka Lauren, stared at the human twins on either side of her, aka Katy and Geni, or the Dynamic Duo of Randomness! as Sideswipe often referred to them. Each of the three had varied looks of sadness on their faces, Lauren being the concerned/sad one while Geni was the one with the more hurt/sad look. As Geni rested her chin on the table, staring at the can of soda i
Untitled Star Trek Star WarsCommander William Riker sighed; it had been a long day. Fortunately his day off, barring complications, was tomorrow. The Enterprise was enroute to Starbase 4 and they were still more that a week away. He had reserved Holodeck two and was planning on meeting lieutenant Worf and Chief O'Brien would meet him there at 0700.Untitled Star Trek Star Wars3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Riker picked up the white plasticne, armor helmet he had replicated this morning the fully enclosed helmet had a rebreather and night vision built into to it, along with comm. link not unlike the badge he wore on his left breast now. The white armor suit belonged to an army from a work of fiction popularized in the late Twentieth and Early Twenty First century. It had come to Riker's attention during his research for Data's trial early last year, when he was looking for classic examples of humanities treatment of and beliefs about synthetic life forms. There had been different works of fiction about or including synthetics from that time period before the th