That being said, I still have, like, two requests I've never got around to finishing. Until I get them out of the way, I don't think I can open up for other requests.
Okay. Now I disappear into the abode.
Iceland x Reader -Cold Hands, Warm Heart-It was said that only the strong could survive the relentless winters of the Blizzard Kingdom. It was also a great irony that the young king of his frigid kingdom could barely stand the extreme temperatures. As a result, he was constantly shut inside his inner chambers and rarely came out unless to travel to the therapeutic hot springs and back.Iceland x Reader -Cold Hands, Warm Heart- by TeralGeo
“It’s a good thing this place is so cold,” a knight said to his partner as they patrolled the halls. “Thanks to all of the ice, no one wants to come here, let alone invade. With the young king being sick all the time, we’d be taken over in a fortnight.”
“Even if he was in good shape, the only reason he’s on the throne is because his brother appointed him so,” his partner laughed. “I’d be damned if we had to take orders from the lad directly.”
The knights continued to preoccupy themselves with their conversation until they reached the end of the hall. Meanwhile, in the corne
America x Chunky!Reader -On the Inside-You never did understand why anyone, let alone, someone as handsome and active as Alfred F. Jones would ever hang around someone like you, the complete opposite of the kinds of girls guys like him hung out with: self-conscious, plain, and a little on the chubby side.America x Chunky!Reader -On the Inside- by TeralGeo
Oh, who were you kidding? You weren’t just a little chubby; in your mind, you were basically a walking muffin or a blueberry or even a blueberry muffin altogether. “A little chubby” didn’t do your size any justice. It didn’t even help that when you had tried to improve your weight in the past, it never did any good. You had already given up on becoming stick-skinny.
Even so, Alfred still stuck around whenever he could, making sure the two of you got some time alone and away from those name-calling classmates of yours.
“So, _____________, what do you want today?” he asked once the two of you were out of school.
You shrugged and continued walking. You didn’t really like it when
Estonia x Reader -The Right Answer- 1Why am I taking this class again?Estonia x Reader -The Right Answer- 1 by TeralGeo
It was easy to ask that question so early on into your academic life. It wasn’t like you knew what you were going to need that physiology class for ten years down the road or that one formula about triangles. Chemistry, history, mathematics, second and third languages…it was all just…
“Hey…” a soft voice said in your direction. “Hey, _____________.”
Your eyes shot open. Shit, you had been dozing off!
“…Ms. ______________, perhaps you would be able to answer that question since you seemed to be so enthralled by the lecture,” your teacher said in an ominous voice.
Crap! you mentally cursed. Dammit!
“Pi times the square root of three…” a soft voice whispered. It was the same one that had barely saved you from doing a complete face-desk in class.
“Pi times the square root of three?” you said alo
Japan x Reader -Until You Do-It would have been just better if you disappeared. No one noticed you. No one would miss you.Japan x Reader -Until You Do- by TeralGeo
You took a deep breath and looked down at the river below. There was a thin sheet of ice covering the surface, but you knew that underneath, the waters were freezing and cold enough to send your body into a state of shock. Either you would drown or die of hypothermia if the currents didn’t drag you under.
This is it, you thought. This is the one right thing that I can do in my pitiful life. Goodbye, no one.
Then, without another second to hesitation, you closed your eyes and took your first step into the open air.
You had prepared for the worst: you might have slipped and twisted your ankle before even leaving the bridge; you might have hit your head against the ice cracking your skull wide open and seeing your own blood and brains splatter against the frozen waters; you might have even had a split second of hesitation, a common reaction kicking in from your primal instinct