America x Reader - Don't Take The GirlHetalia: America x Reader ficAmerica x Reader - Don't Take The Girl by stacyTHEemo
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Don't Take The Girl
You watched eagerly from the edge of the fence as Arthur stepped out of his home, his brother Alfred by his side.
"Come on! Tell me where were going!" Alfred begged.
"Like I said, we're going out," he replied softly.
"You never tell me anything..."
"Hi Al, Arthur!" you chirped, waving your hand at the pair.
"Oh, hello ________," Arthur said, smiling at you.
"Don't mind us... we're just about to go somewhere totally awesome!" Al boasted.
"Really? Where?!" you asked excitedly.
"I'd love to tell you, but it's a secr"
"We're just going down by the pond. Would you like to join us?" Arthur asked, cutting Alfred off.
"I can come?!" you smiled excitedly.
"You can't!" Alfred finished, glaring at you and then glaring at his older brother. Arthur sighed, kneeling down to Alfred's level.
"Don't be rude, Alfred... we can't leave her behind."
"Bring Mattie instead! Or even your weird
Hetalia x Reader: ... I Visit America!Hetalia x Reader: ... I Visit America! by MademoiselleAutumn
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… America! BURGER TIME! WOO!
That was probably one of the reasons why you loved America the most. Food. Lots of food. Providing he didn’t eat it first, that is.
However, it did make you frown sometimes. Even if countries did life for indefinite lengths of time, their bodies still required the appropriate vitamins and minerals as a regular human’s body would require. You wondered if America’s inability to eat anything more than fast food and movie junk food affected the health of his body. Because, from what you’d seen, America was blessed with inhuman strength, and wasn’t at all fat like the other countries always seemed to pick on him for being. In fact, he was very, very, very well built. You just wondered if the lack of a proper nutritional diet had any really effect on his body’s health. You’d known him for close to a hundred years, and you were pretty sure you’d never seen him go to a doctor.
America was a very special m