Title: "Deodorant Coke"Author/Artist: , Character(s) or Pairing(s): America (x) Philippines <--we ourselves are not really sure if we were trying to achieve romantic things or notRating: TWarnings: Cursing, some...er...scenes. (Nothing too racy though) And the mention (not usage) of drugs.Summary: When America finds out that coke is Philippines' deodorant. I kid you not. male!Piri-tan x AmericaSo hi there, everyone :D My friend and I wrote this like two years ago and never got around to posting it because of a lack of a title but we finally got tired of not having this abomination baby up. So we slapped on the first title we could think of and here it is. Enjoy! :)Without further ado, 'Deodorant Coke', otherwise known as 'Tawas Story'
Title: Demain il fera jourAuthor: oreo_ornamentCharacters: Netherlands (Jan, age 16), Belgium (Margot, age 9), Luxembourg (Thei, age 6)Rating: TSummary: A young Dutchman has a vested interest in making sure that he and his two younger siblings stay under the radar of people who would misuse them. A shame that his sister seems to welcome them with open arms.[Fake cut]
"Something Good Can Work"Rating: PG for North's mouthCharacters: Northern Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland making horrid drive-by cameosSummary: "For as socially awkward as his brothers were, they were at least not growing up in a world that was too old for them."[Fake cut!!!]
Title: the highwayAuthor/Artist: mengjiandieCharacter(s) or Pairing(s): GermanyVenezianoRating: K/GWarnings: Crack.Summary: GermanyVeneziano—He hoped that someday Germany would realise just how big a favour he was asking.
x-posted to: mengjiandie, gertalia, eurotalia, hetaliafic, reich_of_kuchen and hetalia
After what seems to be years of letting a great rp community go into hiatus, I figure to advertise and revive a bar/hotel community for all versions of anthromorphed country entities and their kids. http://rendezvous-eh.livejournal.com/profileHave a go at it...it's been pretty dead for a while, lol.
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Title: "S-a dus pe apa sâmbetei"Characters: Romania (Mircea) and Basarabia/Moldova (Ion)Rating: ...PG-ish?Warnings for Romania stripping starkers and inappropriate feelings for unconscious minors.Summary: It was a cold winter, like winters tended to be. Romania's mood was foul, Basarabia was just there and sitting too close to the side of the bridge for Romania to resist pushing him in.["It has been taken by Saturday's waters."]
title: in commemoration of total defence dayauthor: bulletthestarsrating: pgsummary: from 1939 up to the fall of singapore.(here)andtitle: one by one, they all fall down.author: bulletthestarsrating: pgsummary: on the sook ching massacre.(here)
Title: Five Times Wales Didn't Know the Answer, and One Time He Did (1/6)Rating: PG-13Character(s): (In this part:) Northern Ireland, Scotland, WalesPairing(s): (In this part:) NoneWarnings: NoneSummary: 1937; London, England: Northern Ireland asks Wales five awkward questions he can't answer (and one awkward question he can).Author's Note: Other stories set in this universe are here.And:Title: Grand Design (8-10/?)Rating: PG-13.Characters: Englandx2, Francex2, Iceland, Irelandx2, Northern Irelandx2, Romano, Scotlandx2, Walesx2Pairing(s): Scotland/Francex2, Wales/Romano, Northern Ireland/Iceland, and mentions of England/Portugal, and America/EnglandWarnings: NoneSummary: Scotland and Scotland are having one of those days where they just don't feel like themselves. And things only get worse from there...Author's Note: This is a collaborative effort, written by nekoian and myself, and via body swapping and dimension jumping, it crosses over my Feel the Fear series and nekoian's Sewn On series, and includes both sets of our respective British brothers and Irelands.
6500 words. England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. 1638, 1782, 1926, 1979, 2007. England would call his brothers stubborn and unreasonable. His brothers would use rather stronger language. But things do get better, and the darkest nights of the year give them reason to reflect.Crossposted to dw( ~6500 wordsCollapse )