Actions Speak Louder Liechtenstein X Mute! Reader“Perhaps selecting a different variable would make the results more stable or even tweaking your control group a bit may help.” The notepad read.
Lilli read the words quickly, as she had gotten used to the routine. Her chin rested lightly between her thumb and index finger, carefully judging (but not mocking) your words.
She sighed. “Mind if we take a break, (Name)? We’ve been at this for over ninety minutes.” Her gentle voice spoke, as she tucked a stray strand of her short, golden hair behind her ear. You nodded, for you were just as exhausted and bored with the science project as her.
Walking over to the couch, you take a seat, Lilli taking one beside you. She’s not sure what to say, since her shyness takes the luxury of starting a conversation easily away from her. Though, even if she did know what to say, you would just listen, perhaps throw in a few nods here and there, but mostly listen.
You were a great listener.
“So…would you li
Fem!France x Reader - Drink With MeThe rain ran its icy fingers down your back as you walked to the local tavern. You were shaking, but you couldn't tell if it was because of the cold or the crushing anger and betrayal that you were feeling. Your girlfriend of almost two years had been found cheating on you, and to say the least, you were heartbroken. So, like most people do when they're depressed, you decided to grab a drink or two at the local bar. The place was old and run down, but the bartender was nice and it was empty most of the time. It was a surprise that they were still open. But you couldn't say that you weren't happy that there was a welcoming bar not too far from your house.
Upon arriving, you examined the peeling paint on the sign that hung over the door. There was a deep crack running through the middle of it, and the chains holding it up were incredibly rusted. The sign made a horrible squeaking noise when the wind blew past it. The poor thing looked like it was on its last leg. Somehow, you were still
Her. (BelarusxFem!Reader)WARNING: This story contains yuri, don't like? Don't read.
Thursday, February 13th, 2014. The day of love for most people was tomorrow. Great, just what you needed. But not for (y/n). For the past few years you never have had anyone for your Valentine’s Day so you just blew the day off as just another day.
It was during second block, English 11. You are a junior in high school. You felt someone staring at you. Your (e/c) eyes quickly scanned the room. Everyone seemed to be listening to the teacher lecture about getting your research paper in by the nineteenth of February. Sighing, you stared blankly at the board beside your teacher not listening to her. Your entire research paper was done already so you didn’t even bother listening to what she had to stay. You opened the (f/c) cover of your notebook and began to doodle random little things like cartoon animals and the such. The girl in the seat next to you silently watched every flick of your pencil. You somehow ended
The New World Belarus X Bullied!Reader Part.9The Finn was sweating at the Norwegian’s dull glare. He was trying to smile and act his normal innocent self, but the pressure was becoming overwhelming.
“Please, Lukas. I told you that I have no reason whatsoever to steal a book from your library, let alone a spell book! I’m not even into the occult!” Tino laughed, his shaky voice betraying him.
“Yes, but Natasha is.” Lukas replied quickly, not buying his innocent act for a second.
Tino let his smile fade upon hearing her name. His look changed to a concerned one, before he opened his mouth once again: “You know, I didn’t think Ivan would be the one to start asking questions. I expected it from Katyusha, but I really thought he would be nothing but relieved. People sure can surprise you…”
Lukas was unfazed. “What exactly was your plan?”
“It wasn’t my plan, exactly.” Tino began. “She just told me to snatch the book from your place and give