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Hetalia *Thumbelina* Moviebits 13 Part 2Suddenly, everyone heard a big roar as the fat spanish lady from the dance troup that had kidnapped Kiku, ran inside.
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''I WILL MARRY HIM!''
Kiku felt himself boiling with anger with as he threw off his long mantle he was forced to wear (by demand of Anya) and began to walk towards the church's entrance.
'' No! I'm sorry, but I will not marry neither of you! I'm going home!''
''NO! YOU WILL BE MY HUSBAND!''
''Let me go!'', and with that, Kiku gave her a strong kick and started to run.
''After him!'', cried Anya as Nikolai and some of the audience began the chase.
As Kiku reached the exit, another despicable surprise was waiting for him.
''Yo! Sorry for keeping you waiting, pet!'', Gilbert snickered as he hugged him from behind.
''I AM NOT YOUR PET!'', Kiku answered as he kicked him at the place when the sun doesn't shine and resumed running for his life.
''W-wait, Pet!-'', but the german was nearly crushed to death by the crowd chasing the japanese as as well...
Hetalia *Thumbelina* Moviebits 13
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Kiku could hear the organ playing a wedding march, as he was soon to walk down the aisle. But he wasn't happy about it at all. It would be a rather long story to tell, but to put it shortly, he was taken away from his home by a troup of dancers and singers and a certain blond dancer wanted him to marry his friend, an obnoxious, large spanish girl. After many days of running away, he had been found unconscious by a belarusian man named Nikolai Arlofsky . But the worst was yet to come, for Kiku had met, the night before he was kidnapped, a happy-go-lucky elf named Feliciano who had somehow managed to nestle in his heart. The two had promised to meet again the next night, but...well, I shouldn't explain the obvious.
Nikolai, with his ever-good tact, had told him the news of an elf prince found dead-frozen after a horrible storm, and the poor japanese man, for the first time in his life, had collapsed in heartaching sobs. Nikolai paid barely any heed to his sorrow and took him to visit one