LxLight - FireworksRyuuzaki smiled, handing a man behind the counter a two thousand yen bill, exchanging it for two jumbo bags of cotton candy, ten pieces of taffy (which was almost pure sugar), and one enormous lollypop.LxLight - Fireworks5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Raito sighed. "You know, Ryuuzaki, by the time you're done buying candy, the fireworks will be over..." Ryuuzaki had been buying things from the summer festival all day - and Raito was stuck carrying it all.
Ryuuzaki shook his head. "No, Raito. We're not going to lose track of time here. We still have twenty minutes to get to the fireworks." Ryuuzaki's thumb was quickly put back into his mouth as he placed the candies he had just bought on
Do You Care?-MelloxNearFrom the doorway of the Common Room, Mello glared at the pale figure, which was currently building his legos. Right now, he really didn't care if Near noticed him or not. He was too busy thinking...Do You Care?-MelloxNear4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Near... did he even care about anyone?
Was it possible for someone not give importance to, at least, one person? Mello needed to find out, the curiosity was killing him. He knew that he always had someone important to him. His mother. The one woman that had always loved him, no matter what. Even after her death, she would always be important to Mello. This was natural, right? Parents are cared about by their children, no matter what. That must m
Augen Auf - GermanxItalyIt's a bit surprising at first when Germany is told to close his eyes and actually obeys, rather grudgingly, the Italian's giggling demands. Despite not having a choice (what with one warm hand being placed briefly over his eyes), Germany decides to humor Feliciano even though his better intentions tell him to, well... not.Augen Auf - GermanxItaly4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Keep them shut, Germany!"
"Why." The way he says it isn't even questioning- it's more of a demand for knowledge.
"Because I said so!"
"Ah..." Germany wasn't entirely sure he should trust Italy's intentions. Feliciano wasn't exactly the most clever person in the world but Germany had been wrong before... however grudgi