Hetalia Headcanons: Vinland and Holy Rome 2More Like This
Germany couldn't help but fidget as he stood next to the violet eyed Canadian.
Ever since World War 2, Germany could never stand next to the shorter man and stand still. The eyes of the lion and not the lamb were burnt into his memory, and no matter how docile Canada was, or how docile he pretended to be, Germany would always feel the eyes of a predator, not a peacemaker. However, the seating chart was out of his hands for this meeting. Prussia was in charge.
And, no, he was not at fault for that; so don't blame him.
However, there was a single, certain thing that Germany did not notice. Because he was distracted by both the Canadian sitting to his right and the American to his left, Germany could not have noticed the glances two distinct families were sending both him and Canada. Canada, because of his noisy brother, fighting ex-guardians, and uncomfortable German, also didn't notice the longing glances sent his way.
Norway was trying to listen to