300 Points Giveaway Raffle (CLOSED)!More Like This
arisume ^^ Congrats! You win 300 points (:
I may be doing a 1000 points giveaway once I reach 1000 watchers which I believe is along while away ^^ Thanks to all supporters ! I love you all so much (:
300 Points Giveaway!
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I have finally reached +300 watchers!
So, I thought I'd just give a little bit back to the community by returning the favor to one lucky person!
I will be using random . org to get the number! (Will post screen shots)
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1. Must be a watcher. I am doing this for my watchers so I can give back to them what they give to me; hope.
2. Must favourite this journal. That will give you your number in the raffle.
3. May post a journal advertising this one. Post a comment with the link to your journal if you make one. ^^ (You don't have to!)
4. DON'T make alternate accounts. If I find
HetaliaxReader - Need A Hug? - FranceMore Like This
It took you no more than five steps to reach his room which was just pass the stairwell, but it seemed like five hundred steps. He’d always help someone out, so it seemed like common sense to go to him. He had helped you out in the pass when it came to your crushes and he’d always say ‘if you need any anything ma cherie I’ll be happy to help you out.’
Okay sure he could sometimes come off as a bit of a perve but everyone is a perve in their own way, right? Besides he knew how to cook and give advice when needed and in general he was just a really good friend.
You stopped at room 223 at took a deep breath. After all he never really was a morning person. You knocked on the door loudly but quickly, hoping not to wake anyone up. You heard an incoercible mumble from inside the room. Good, at least he was waking up. You knocked on the door again hoping that this time he’d wake up fully.
A groan came from inside the room before hearing
FrancexReader: Picture PerfectYou are in Paris to visit your longtime friend, Francis Bonnefoy after not seeing him for years. You two had met in highschool when he was a foreign exchange student from France, and you were immediately drawn to his charming personality and kind nature. You have now graduated college, and you saved up your money to go and give him a surprise visit. He had repeatedly told you that he would pay for the plane ticket, but you always refused, wanting to do it yourself like the independent person you are.More Like This
You walk up to the large brick house, admiring the intricate and old designs everywhere, and double-check the paper in your hand. You had printed out Francis's address when he had e-mailed you it so you could write letters to each other. The blonde man was fully aware of how to use technology, but always insisted on writing letters back and forth instead of e-mails. He always claimed it to be a “more personal” form of communicating, and you had just shook your head and laughed.