“Nobody must ever know about this.” they said.Anonym hat dich gefragt:Romano riding Germany at Oktoberfest while they’re both in (half removed at least…) Oktoberfest get-up? Both ridiculously drunk
I hope this does suffice, Anonym!
I’ll have you know that intercourse in Lederhosen is probaly not humanly possible, though. Nor is it in these dresses, unless you’re not too picky about being able to breathe.
I HAVE FALLEN AND I CAN’T GET UP
There is this rumor that the Oktoberfest was at some point about celebrating autumn or so.
I don’t know how this would work, but I want it to.
Here’s to having this upload properly 8|
goingforpoetic asked: Germany/Italy
[I apologize for taking so long with this one! I forgot I still had some of these left]
Germany’s heart soars when it has no business to. Take, for example, when Veneziano returns a phone call: certainly that’s a miracle, yes, because more often than not Veneziano ignores phone calls completely. But the sound of Veneziano’s voice in Germany’s voicemail is no more reason for Germany’s palms to sweat than any other. This is run-of-the-mill. This is business.
So, then, when Germany’s palms do sweat, and his heart does race, he hides them in shame. Or, more often, in paperwork. Paperwork is worlds from shame, but it is very good at taking up Germany’s time and thoughts, and so that is where he turns when Veneziano.
When Veneziano does the things that he does.
And especially when he does them without thinking about the impact they have on Germany’s traitorous soaring heart.
You know that Prussia and France were waiting outside like
And Italy was like
And Germany was like
Spain was busy fucking Romano. But they already got their millions of cakes xD
In jail. Where they had to put Romano away (on false charges, bastards, all false) because he could sense GERMAN SAUSAGE nearing SWEET ITALIAN SOIL and if he weren’t behind max security bars HE WOULD HAVE NONE OF IT.
…Spain just followed him in there so he wouldn’t be lonely and got bored.
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