The Girl Who Can't Be Moved Chinaxreader 2It only took an hour for the rain to come. You had checked in your bag but sure enough you had forgotten an umbrella.The Girl Who Can't Be Moved Chinaxreader 23 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Luckily, a large cardboard box had been set out on the street corner near by. You decided to take refuge in it, the open part facing the street so you could still hold up your sign.
The rain managed to seep through the bottom of the box in less Han an hour and your roof began to sag. You shuffled to the back of the box and closed your jacket around you. "I can't give up now." you thought with sheer determination. "it's too soon. What if he's on his way and I leave? Then he'll never find me..." your thoughts drifted back to Yao and one of you first dates.
Yao had made you close your eyes as he led you to your destination. "Where are we going?" you asked for the millionth time already. "I already told you, aru. It's a surprise." you just smiled to yourself and thought of the differen
Clogs in the Cogs - (Denmark, Norway and Iceland)Popular fan-suggested names have been chosen as substitutes for the following countries since they do not have offical human names:Clogs in the Cogs - (Denmark, Norway and Iceland)1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Norway - Lukas Bondevik
Iceland - Emil (Bondevik)
Denmark - Mathias Kohler
Clogs in the Cogs
A young boy with silver hair leaned over the edge of the boat. He reached down his short arm and tried to dip his fingers into the murky water. The curious child creased his brow with concentration and tried to extend his limbs further. It was just an inch away. He was almost there!
Suddenly the boat screeched and shuddered, while thick trails of steam blasted out of various pipes as the vessel halted with anger. The infant was thrown off balance and nearly tumbled into the grime below. Out of pure luck, the boy’s leather belt was caught on the end of a helpful rail which held him in place.
There was a distant cry from one of the sailors to another ferry. “Learn how to sail!” Then a grumbled insult was thrown back.
Game On | Jean x Reader [modern AU]Game On | Jean x Reader [modern AU]1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Warning: Some bad language and football (soccer) terms ahead, read at own risk!
You yawned as you sat yourself down on your blue cooler, dropping your gym bag at your feet in the process. Getting your phone from your pocket you checked the time, again, before groaning loudly. Seeing that you also had no new messages, you silently vowed to ride along with Mikasa next time, even if that meant you had to get out of bed earlier; she would also have to pick up Armin, who happened to inconveniently live on the other side of town.
As it was, however, you had to wait for Reiner, who never was as punctual as you’d like him to be. This resulted in people, usually you since your mom wouldn’t let you borrow her car, waiting for him for hours. Okay, maybe not hours, but long enough to make you consider getting out of bed earlier to hitch a ride with Mikasa. Resisting the urge to check your phone again, you took a deep breath and closed your eyes. It was way too earl
The Girl Who Can't Be Moved China x ReaderThe Girl Who Can't Be MovedThe Girl Who Can't Be Moved China x Reader3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
China x Reader
"Why can't you stay?" ____ exclaimed. It was unfair. The only man she loved was leaving her. She had known this would happen but she didn't expect it to be this soon. _____'s boyfriend looked down at her with his sad eyes. "You know why _____." His Chinese accent was thick when he spoke but ____ didn't mind that. It was one of the many things she loved about him besides his hardworking personality, chocolate coloured eyes and, well, everything.
Tears formed in _____'s (e/c) eyes as Yao caressed her cheek. She quickly glanced up into his eyes but looked away just as fast. The tears increased even quicker when she saw his sad face. She wanted to be mad but at the same time she couldn't. ____ loved him too much and it wasn't even entirely his fault they had to part.
So instead of looking her lover in the eyes one la