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Later that evening, America and England sat down for what should have been a quiet meal together. However, England was having difficulty enjoying his food because of let's just say of how well America was enjoying his. After taking care of America for so long, England had become used to America's noisy eating habit, but this meal it seemed like America had really turned up the volume. England observed it all in pure amazement as America (not too silently) wolfed down his food as if he had not eaten in weeks. Desperately, his hands grabbed at anything edible within his reach and stuffed it in his mouth. He was hardly bothering to chew. One would think that his small mouth would not be big enough to hold the all the nourishment he was forcing into it, but he somehow managed to stuff all the food in (Most of it anyway. The rest ended up all over and around him). In the course of all this action, A
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The war changed everything. It suddenly appeared and took a long time to end. It came with the intention to destroy everything and everyone. Both sides were fighting for their freedom and power. It started like every war, each of them thinking that they would be the winner and how good they were. But it didn't end like this. Blood was shed, children and women were killed as thousands of soldiers; both sides had great losses. But there was one that was remarkable. A big loss that changed history.
Your life was hilarious. You were the kind of girl that went to school just like everyone, but instead of being popular you were the girl who nobody talked to; though you'd choose a school which didn't had to use uniform, you always wear large jeans and large shirt, hiding your recently acquired curves and your hair always stuck in two braids. Not to say that your best and only friend was the nicest and popular gir
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