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Grudges ~Switzerland X Reader (I was gonna make a different story but the this randomly came to mind.)
You were just finishing up a world meeting and had some free time so you were going to ask some of friends if they wanted to hang out. You get up out of your seat and push in the chair to walk over to Hungary.
"Yo Hungary, wanna hang out?" You say.
"Sorry (y/n), I have to help Austria move in his new piano." She says apologetically.
"That's cool, I'll go ask Liechtenstein if she wants to."
"That might not be a good idea, remember what happened last time."
"Oh Yeah. Whoops. I'm sure Switzerland has forgiven me."
"You sure? He sure knows how to hold a grudge."
"It wasn't that bad what I did."
"You set him on fire....."
"Well it wasn't my fault the toaster broke." You pout.
"And after you put out the fire on him, his clothes had burned away..."
"DON'T REMIND ME! I still have nightmares!"
"My point exactly!"
"Well I don't care! His dick can burn off next time. I'm going to hang out
RoChu - It's not a pokemon.China was alone one night, browsing the internet. He was rather bored, after checking random websites he either sometimes or never goes on, like DeviantART, Photobucket, Twitter, Facebook Many others. Well he was just minding his own business, when he happened to check his email. There was three new messages, one from Hungary, one from Korea, and one from even Russia. He looked at them.
Hey China~ I found an interesting video on YouTube! You should go check it out! [link]
He ignored it, and went to check the one from Korea.
It was the same link that Elizabeta sent. A link to a video on YouTube. Frowning, he ignored it and looked at the email from Russia.
Okay, Russia's email name thing still freaked him out a little bit.
Maybe a lot. Anyway. Back to the email.
Kolkolkol Hey YaoYao~ Loo
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