How to break a french man's heart: Step 3More Like This
Okay time for step three!:
� � Step Three:
Make him ask you out on a date
this might be an easy one... really...
With step one and two down, (y/n) lied down on her bed only to notice that she has been in St. Benilde for a week now, and the only friends she made was Gilbert and Lilli, and most probably, Francis. She opened her Ipod and started to put on some jogging pants, (y/n) checked her clock.
6:30am huh... time for a sunday morning jog...
with a stretch, (y/n) headed out of her dorm room with her luscious (h/c) hair in a high ponytail, making her slender shoulder show. She started to jog outside the campus, near Mutien Park, it was windy, not too cold but not too hot. she began to see someone familiar in front of her, Three familiar men.
ugh... all I wanted was some peace and quiet... oh well...
"(y/n)!!!" Antonio called out, the lass turned and smiled, "hi there guys~" she pulled out her headphones off and jogged towards th
Psychology and HetaliaSome of you may or may not know of my interest in psychology, but if you don't, you should know that I love to research what makes different people tick!More Like This
So a few weeks back, when I was reading about the 16 different personality types, I started picking out which Hetalia characters the archetypes sounded like! Call me crazy, but it ended up leading me to analyzing all the types and sorting the Hetalia characters that I'm familiar with into their respective categories.
If characters are missing off this list, it's likely because I'm not familiar enough with their personality to sort them. I would love it if you want to discuss, or perhaps even challenge, the list I've made! Even better if you have ideas about where other characters may fit.
These are the pages that I mainly used for my speculation, if you're so inclined:
Pages about the p
Hetalia National FlowersAustralia: Golden Wattle (Resilience, Remembrance, Reflection)More Like This
Austria: Edelweiss (Daring, Noble Courage)
Belarus: Flax (Domestic life)
Belgium: Red poppy (Pleasure)
Bulgaria: Rose (Love, Beauty)
Canada: Maple leaf (Reserve)
China: Peony (Prosperity, Honour)
Cyprus: Cyclamen (Diffidence)
Denmark: Red Clover (Industry)
Egypt: Lotus (Purity, Chastity and Eloquence)
England: Tudor Rose (Dates back to the War of the Roses)
Estonia: Cornflower (Delicacy)
Finland: Lily of the valley (Return of happiness)
France: Iris (Good news)
Germany: Oak (Strength, Bravery, Independence, Hospitality)
Greece: Laurel branch (Ambition, Success, Renown); Violet (Daydreaming)
Hong Kong: Orchid (Refined beauty)
Hungary: Tulip (Love, Fame)
India: Lotus (Purity, Chastity and Eloquence)
Italy: Daisy (Innocence, Loyal love, Purity, Faith, Cheer, Simplicity)
Japan: Sakura/Cherry Blossom (Transience of life, Gentleness, Kindness)
Latvia: Oxeye daisy (Patience)
Lithuania: Rue (Regret, Sorrow,
The Mary Sue Litmus TestHolepunch's Mary Sue Litmus Test:More Like This
Ah, the Mary Sue. We can't cobble together a truly comprehensive description of what they are, exactly, but we can agree on one thing: an annoying, 'perfect' character who, through a general lack of flaws and character development, is excruciating to sit through and often makes us gnash our teeth, tear our hair, and reach for the back button. This nefarious creature can be measured and detected, so let's all grab our magnifying glasses and get classifying.
This is a subjective subject; a trait that drives one person right up the wall might fail to get any reaction from another. As you go through the list, count up the points. Each trait will register from 1-5 points, with 1 being a mild thing and 5 being a serious infraction. If a trait is not addressed at all in the story the character comes from, or is totally unknown, just ignore it. And don't worry about racking up pointsthe de-Suifier part of the test ought to restore some balance to
Lust: France x ReaderFrance smiled seductively at your hunched over form, a lustful glint in his eyes. He had waited ages for this, and now he would do it. Nothing could stop him from having you. Nothing. "[Name]~" He crooned, slowly twirling the red rose in his hand. You looked up from your flower garden, your [e/c] eyes blinking rapidly. "Yes, France-san?"More Like This
"Would you like to taste my milk?" He asked innocently, lightly thrusting his crotch forward.
You blinked once more, an innocent smile spreading across your face. "Why thank you, France-san," you said, standing up and brushing the dirt off of your pants. His smile grew wider, his eyes darkening even more. "But I'm lactose-intolerant." His dreams were crushed.