Levi awoke at the energetic, high-pitched voice calling behind him. He didn’t want to get up from bed today. He just came back from another expedition outside the walls.
“Heichou?” The voice continued to call him, but he simply moaned and covered his head with the sheets.
The girl calling behind him, started to get irritated. He had a big day behind him and he refused to get out of bed. He wasn’t always that way, she thought. The Corporal knew the value of time, and he knows how much work he needs to do.
She thought of a way to wake him up rather than calling him out. Physical contact was out of the option, because she got a blow job on the face when she did that the only other time he refused to get out of bed.
A small smile crept out. “Heichou, Eren came to your office and messed with the paperwork.”
In no time, he sat up of bed, looked at the girl with a deadly glare, and stated in an authoritative voice,
Ghost like. That's how the streets seemed. Vacant of almost any occupants. The small town's people had their shutters slammed tight, and tried to salvage some source of light reflecting from their cozy porches to help any poor soul traveling through this unheard of.
Ivory fingers tapped anxiously on the steering wheel, while it's counterpart bored holes into his wristwatch. There was not a single doubt in Levi's mind that (Y/n) was worried sick, over his absence. Well, she very well should be. Guilty, for that he was. He was heading back from somewhere he never should have even thought of going.
There wasn't enough southern charm in this little Louisiana town, to undo the great evil this boy has sicked upon his litt
You, on the other hand, actually liked working with Erwin. You found it a pleasant change; it was quieter and more methodical than working with Hanji and less stressful and strenuous than being with Levi. It was actually nice to work sitting down. Moreover, Erwin was far better company than Levi, and you dared admit, Hanji.
You frowned. It was far better like this, anyway; Levi could spend more quality time with Petra without your intervention...or you seeing them. Erwin respected you far better than Levi, was taller than Levi, was more respectable than Levi--
A call of your name shook you out of your thoughts, and you glanced up to see the commander’s worried gaze as he sat before his desk. “Are you okay?”
“[First]!” You turned at the sound of your name to see Petra hurrying to catch up with you. “Going with Hanji today?”
“Yup,” you replied. “I think she misses me.” You giggled. “You?”
“Not sure,” she replied. “I’m heading to Levi’s for extra instructions. I think we’re training the kids today.”
Bitter jealousy bit at your stomach, sour on your tongue. But you smiled anyway and bid her good-by.
“Ah, [First]~!” Hanji practically ta