(Request) Fem!NorwayxReaderxFem!DenmarkFem!Norway x Reader x Fem!Denmark: Two different loves(Request) Fem!NorwayxReaderxFem!Denmark10 months ago in Romance
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You had always hoped it wouldnt come to this.
You had a girlfriend. She was very wonderful person, even though she could be too much for your, or in fact, anyones nerves sometimes. She had a loud and ostentatious, and also a bit butch-y nature. Those were absolutely not bad characteristics, might as well have been the reason you'd fallen in love with her in the beginning. Still, she could annoy the heck out of anyone whenever she wanted, or often even if she didn't mean to. She was somewhat immature and fooled around a lot, but all that silliness was still so damn attractive to you.
Oh, forgot to tell her name; it was Dania. She'd been your girlfriend for... you weren't quite sure how long, but for a very long time, at least.
You'd always thought shed be your one true love for forever and ever, but fate had tricked you again. You'd met Nora. She was almost a year younger than Dania,
Fem!Nordics x Reader - Living with the Nordic 5I stretched my arms, yawning. Finally, I finished cleaning up my room.Fem!Nordics x Reader - Living with the Nordic 57 months ago in Romance
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I looked around satisfied, and couldn't help but notice how much better it looked now.
I hadn’t had time to clean up before, since I’d always been busy either with school or… well, the five young girls I’m sharing this flat with.
Calling Marlene, Nora, Frida, Tiina and Kristina just a little strange would be an understatement… But they’re all a bit weird in their own special ways.
Still, the most significant feature of theirs wasn’t their personalities or the way they behave around each other, no. It was the fact that they all were living personifications of whole nations.
First of all, there was Marlene Køhler, the personification of Denmark. She was a very loud girl with an unbelievably great ego, and called herself the “Queen of Northern Europe”. With the personification of USA, Amelia F. Jones, and the personification of the no longer existi