Reasons to Support FrUkWE HAVE HIT 100 REASONS!!! I already wrote a journal about this, but I thought I would update it and make it an article. So, I already made the video for the first 50 reasons. Thank you all for the work on this project!! Now, lets see if we can hit 150 reasons!!More Like This
1. They grew up together
2. England grew his hair out like France
3. He got in trouble doing so
4. France got worried thinking England got eaten by a caterpiler
5. France helped England with his hair
6. He fixed his hair back to the way it was, saying he looks better that way
7. They raised Canada together
8. England put his arm around France
9. They are always together
10. They work together a lot
11. They comfort each other
12. France asked England to marry him
13. They tease each other
14. the translator in Paint it White said "They loved eachother sexually"
15. The Manga's character role call (second book) both France and England's descriptions had something to say about eachother.
16. France cared and tried to look afte
Let's play a dangerous game...~Try to make my muse furious in ten words or less.More Like This
Go on, I dare you.
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Raising a Nation Chapter 1England knocked on the thick mahogany door to France's large, opulent manor; he hadn't heard from the other nation in a few weeks and was getting slightly worried. Normally he'd get half a dozen text messages a day and at least three calls a week but he had received none of that in so long he thought the other might be seriously injured or possibly already dead.More Like This
Stamping his numb feet in the snow in an attempt to get feeling back in them, he called out, "Francis!" in an annoyed tone. He had come all this way to check on him, the least he could do was let him in. When he didn't get an answer and knocked again. "Francis, open the door! I know you're in there!" He tried to keep a nervous tone out of his voice but was failing. Still no one answered and snowflakes started to fall around him, encouraging him to seek warmth and shelter. "Fine. I'm coming in." Grasping the knob, he found it turned easily so he let himself into the home which seemed strange; France always made sure to lock his