Shimeji!China x ReaderMore Like This
It was just a normal day at your household. Your parents were gone and your siblings were also. All your friends were quite busy with their plans. You were on the computer like the little computer freak you are. All you could think about was the anime called Hetalia Axis Powers/World Series. You kept on watching some moments, laughing hard at each and every moment. Out of all the characters in the show, China was your ultimate favorite or his human name Yao Wang. In your own group of friends, you were the one who was the oldest and acted so much like China or at least try to. The only thing different is that you aren't the fan of his hello kitty plushies...honestly they kinda creep you out. You were also on a chat with one of your friends. Your friend has told you about these desktop mascots that crawl around on your computer. You were flailing because of the fact of how cute they look and your friend showed you ones from Hetalia. When you saw China of course you just had to have him!
Shimeji!Japan x ReaderMore Like This
You are home alone with nothing to do. You sigh of complete and utter boredom. You rested a hand upon your cheek as you were searching for something to do on the Internet. You listened to one of your favorite *type of music* song as you were chatting with an online friend. You two were just talking about one of your favorite animes called Hetalia Axis Power/World Series. Your ultimate favorite character is the one called Japan or his human name, Kiku Honda. You have almost everything with him, posters, pictures, some drawings you made, and even as your wallpaper for your computer. Your friend has told you about this program that can put chibi versions of characters on your desktop called shimejis. Once you heard that there was a Japan shimeji, you got awfully excited and looked everywhere you could on the Internet. Your friend send you the things that you needed first to even have them working. You downloaded everthing that you needed and was all set to get your shimeji Japan. Once you
Chibi-Hizumi and UMBRELLA Mail Mag Vol. 65それは再び私です！笑More Like This
The last blogpost really was a long shot, so I'm going to keep this one pretty short today. <3
Last weekend I got the chance to meet the Master of J-Rock Chibis :iconMysano: at the Manga & Comic Convention in Leipzig/Germany.
I really had a great time & hell lot of fun there and I really hope we'll meet again sometime. :iconpandadanceplz: And well, of course I was curious, so I asked for a Chibi version of Hizumi.
And guys, the result turned out to be sooooo adorable that I can't resist...I have to share with you, since I absolutely love it.
Thanks a million again to :iconMysano: for this sweet piece of art - it really made my day.
And right on time Hizumi just released UMBRELLA Mail Mag Vol. 65 today, though it was quite business focused this time.
If I got it right, the Japanese government increased VAT (tax on consumer goods), so he'll shut the UMBRELLA o
Hizumi B-Day Special and Umbrella Mag Vol.64それは再び私です！笑More Like This
☂☂☂ HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Mr. Rain King! ☂☂☂
I know you guys have been waiting for ages for this update.
Since it's a special day today I'll reward you with a special gift: A super-duper-long, funny, weird and picspamming post!
So right on to the first part of today's special gift: Umbrella Mail Magazine Vol. 64 was released earlier today. And as expected Hizumi was in a pretty bright and happy mood. Though (as one would have expected) it seemed to be quite a rainy day over in Japan.
He basically just announced the dates for his upcoming offline store event, which is going to take place on April, 5th and April, 6th again at Buddy Soundworks in Koenji/Tokyo.
And he mentioned something about a mega launch along with the event. :3 Since he already blurted out something about working on a new design last time, I guess we can expect
When the Rose Fades - VIDisclaimer: I don't own Sengoku Basara. However, the reluctant heroine of this piece, Ichijou Akoya (now Date Akoya), is mine.More Like This
A/N: Any Engrish that Date uses will be in bold type.
Hard, calloused fingers traced the curve of her cheek, trailing down her neck and hooking the lapels of her kimono. Akoya held herself still through the touch, breathing slowly and deeply, assimilating the sensation.
It's warm, she thought with some surprise. Warm and firm. Doesn't hurt, either. She wondered if her husband's anger had diffused far enough for him to regain his former tolerant equilibrium, then tossed it away as an unlikely possibility. In her experience, samurai did not forgive or forget easily. They don't forget at all.
So when he asked in that smooth, low voice if she had any objections to him touching her the way he was, she forced herself to shake her head and indicate acquiescence. But