What Kind of Freak Are You?Patient #: 94302What Kind of Freak Are You?4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Ward #: 7
Diagnosis: Obsessive Reader
Origin of Condition: Genetic
Patient Outlook: Fuck yeah!
You Always Come Back "APH"I can't believe I'm admitting it, but loving him might have satisfied my own selfish desires. He was such a strong representation of a country, and my shining moment in history had ended. There was nothing left of me except for a small area, and it annoyed me to no end. I wanted power. I strived and craved it. I was such an addict to power, I could hardly control it.You Always Come Back "APH"4 years ago in Settings More Like This
That all ended when I got him. I felt happy. I felt so complete and so blissful, I could hardly believe myself. I was so beside myself with bliss, I think the days just flew by. Being around him made my heart soar. Nothing like this had ever effected me so strongly before. When he was in my life when he would greet me by the door every morning, saying hello and then bursting into that enormous grin of his, I felt so lucky. Before I had just felt powerful. Now I felt whole. Like everything in my life had finally settled down and I only wanted him in my life. The many qualities of him: he can make your life sweet o
Prussian Training Re-uploadIn 1777, during the American Revolutionary War, Prussian military commander, Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, arrived in the American colonies. He would eventually become a Major General of the continental army. However, von Steuben first service would be as the Inspector General to the American troops.Prussian Training Re-upload5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
"So Prussia, thanks a lot for helping me out!"
Prussia looked over at the excited teenager coming towards him. So this was America? The colonies who had the guts to rebel against England. Prussia had heard of him, but had never met him until today.
At first, Prussia had not been that interested in America's war. Like all the other countries in Europe, he had thought the rebellion would be easily crushed by England in no time, but the war was lasting a lot longer than everyone had expected. Even though America was losing the war, he still refused to give up. Back home, Prussia had begun to enjoy hearing news about this guy's idiotic, but inspiring, determination. It had not been lon