AmericaxReader - Dream a Little Dream of Me
A/N: I do not own Hetalia or Alfred :3.
You looked nervously around the large ball room. Almost all of the men there were soldiers, about to go off to the war in Europe. Your brother and father were enlisted, so your family was invited to this party.
Music was playing and some couples were dancing, other families were sitting around tables talking, some were sipping drinks and chatting, and then there was you. You were standing off to the side watching everyone else have fun.
You suddenly heard a commotion on the other side of the room, you saw two men arguing over something and a group started forming around them. As you watched and a
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You sighed heavily, and finally decided to put down the stack of papers, yawning as you looked at the clock.
You REALLY hated that American right now. If it wasn't for him, you would have gotten your work finished. He just HAD to distract you. This time, by bringing 'round the newest movie of the (favourite movie series) that hadn't been scedualed to be release for months.
"Damnit America. You jackass..." You hissed angrily, leaning back in your seat and running your overworked fingers through your (h/l) (h/c) hair. There was a knock on your study door. You didn't bother looking as you called over your shoulder,
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You sighed. "Alfred, I told you to stop following me around; this is getting ridiculous!" Your face heated with embarrassment.
The blonde-haired man was behind you, trying to keep an eye out for anything that could harm you. It was always like this, and it annoyed you.
But it also hurt you.
Alfred went around and stood in front of you, blocking you from going anywhere. His gaze was trying to hold yours, but you refused, not wanting that type of intimacy.
"I already told you, ___; this is the least that I owe you." A small smile quirked on his lips.
Ah yes; the thing that caused this epitome of an adventure.
One night as you were wa
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No homework or tests, no snooty teachers, and no waking up early to go to high school for two whole weeks. YES!!!
You rolled out of bed and saw big chunks of snow forming outside your window. This calls for the ultimate winter fun. No way were you going to be cooped up inside or break your back shoveling snow. You were about to call your best friend, Alfred and ask if you could come over but suddenly your cell rang and you saw it was from Al himself. 'He must be psychic...'
"Dude, come on over! It's snowing and- "
"On my way!"
This could beat the record for shortest phone call in history, you thoug
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America x Reader
This Love is Ours
Elevator buttons and morning air
Stranger silence makes me wanna take the stairs
If you were here we'd laugh about their vacant stares
But right now, my time is theirs
You sigh. Standing in the middle of a crowded elevator full of people isn't exactly your cup of tea. You'd normally giggle when you see their straight faces, but unfortunately, you're at work, and these people were your superiors. You wouldn't want them to think you were crazy.
Seems like there's always someone who disapproves
They'll judge it like they know about me and you
And the verdict comes from those with nothin' else to do
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"Hey, hey (y/n)." A voice said from the seat behind you. You knew that voice. It was Alfred's. Why was he speaking to you? The two of you were far from friends.
"What?" You asked, without turning to look at him. You just wanted to focus on your notes.
"Can I borrow your notes after class? I suck at math." He said, and you finally turned around and gave him a reproachful look. You knew he was terrible at math. That didn't mean you had to help him.
You sighed, shaking your head and turned back to face the board. It was only the beginning of class, he still had time to take his own notes if he wanted to. Besides
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"Uhh " Alfred groaned. "[Name] "
"Yes Alfred?" you asked placing the tray of chicken soup on his bedside table. You were taking care of one of the most powerful countries in the world, your best friend and crush America, or as you knew him, Alfred F. Jones.
"I don't feel so good " Yes one of the strongest countries in the world had a man cold.
"Awww poor Alfie," you cooed to him. "Do you want some chicken soup? It'll help you get rid of this nasty cold." You pushed his bangs out of his face as you tried to coax him to eat. He groaned pitifully in response. You put your hand on his fore
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But so far, you've gotten absolutely nowhere.
You groan as you sit down next to the wall between stores in the mall.
Finding a gift for Al is turning out to
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You plopped down on your couch. You were holding a shampoo bottle in your right hand, and you flicked the cap open with your thumb. You brought it up to your nose, and inhaled the aroma of the liquid inside. You smile. It was a delightful smell. 'Jasmine..' You inhale more of the soft and delicate aroma.
Nobody, and you mean NOBODY, knew about your obsession with shampoo. Not with the shampoo itself, but with the smell. You have whole boxes of different-smelling ones under your bed. Everyday during your freetime, you'd take a bottle from a box, and inhale it for hours. You didn't know if it was bad f
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[Name] groaned as she bent over to peek under the living room sofa.
She thought, lazily walking over to the next possible hiding place.
'Of course not.'
She sighed after checking behind the TV stand.
'[Name], it takes a special kind of idiot to agree to a game of hide and seek with their own gogdamn hamster. And that idiot just so happens to be you.'
Mentally face-palming, [Name] plopped down onto the recently disheveled couch.
'Even Alfred wouldn't do something this stupid! Alfred , for gog's sake!'
She scolded and contemplated whether or not she should ask for said man's assistance.
'N-no! I couldn't possibly do that!
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"Al, if you're trying to figure out my locker combination again, I swear I'll- ."
"No no, ______. I just wanted to show you something." You raised one eyebrow as you saw him pull out a paper fortune teller from behind him.
"A cootie catcher?"
"Not just any cootie catcher, an awesome one made by me. Wanna try it? Please?"
"Okay, fine." You smiled, it's been ages since you've even seen a cootie catcher, maybe since ele
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Cheats For Video Games!
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Get yours now while they last!
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"Alfred, your tie is crooked," you sighed and walked over to your boyfriend to adjust his tie.
"Sorry, _________," Alfred laughed.
"That's fine, but try to keep your appearances up. I don't want you soiling my reputation, now."
"Hey, no problem, _________! We're in the same business, after all."
"Not really " you said hesitantly.
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"Looking for a book to read, duh." You replied coolly.
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"Right anyways what are yo
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"Yo, America the hero speaking." He yawned. I smiled; he would sleep in on a day like today.
"Good morning Mr. Hero, this is your best friend speaking, are you seriously still sleeping?" there was a short pause on the other end, probably another yawn.
"Dude I was up so late last night throwing that awesome party you know the one you didn't come to and everyone got super wasted and shit. I ended up having to drive most of them home!" I winced, of course he would bring up the party, but I'd had my reasons for not goin
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America exclaims as his head prodded from the bedroom doorframe, you flinched at his surprise as you were just close to finally dozing off to sleep.
He flashed you a goofy smile before he begun pacing his way onto the bedroom.
You hastily smiled at him, placing your book down on the bed "Welcome home Alfred" you chime.
He makes his way onto the mirror and begins to take off his socks and jacket "Boy, today's meeting is so wild, that England can be a spazz!...I missed you a lot too!" he exclaims, glancing back at you who gawked at him unbuttoning his shirt.
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"Hey Alfred!" you called as you ran up to your American friend. Not many people realized it but he was the human carnation of the Untied States of America. But more importantly, he was your best friend.
"Hey, [Name]! How's my favourite sidekick today?" he asked as enthusiastic as ever.
"Did you know that it's against the law in Pueblo, Colorado, to raise or permit a dandelion to grow within the city limits?" you asked staring at him with knowing eyes. Alfred had once said something very special and near to your heart about the eyes you were making at him right now. It was something along the lines of, and I qu
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"You ready?!" You said, turning eagerly to look at America as the moonlight fluttered in through a crack in the curtains, although the silver light was immediately downed out but the yellow illuminated glow of strong light bulbs.
"Yeah totally dude!" America was pumping his fists into the air, with his eyes scrunched closed and his lips forming a wide smile easily showing all of his perfectly white teeth.
"Here it comes!" You shouted as your hand found its way to his once he stopped thrusting them into the air.
Eyes were fixed onto the large clock sat still on his fireplace. The little hand clicked and
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"Hey (f/n), don't you ever wish you could touch the stars?"
"I guess so "
"Alright then! One day you and I are going to be there!"
"Errr Alfie, I don't think that's possible."
"Nonsense! Anything for the super hero's girl!"
"Of course he would say something like that " you were lying down on the grass in your backyard, looking up at the pitch black sky.
Alfred F. Jones, your best friend since you were babies. He was always one to carelessly say his affections.
"He was always one for those hero antics " you sigh and look at your watch.
'11:55, he's late.'
You sigh and choose to keep lookin