Birthday Wish AmericaxReaderAlfred was, to put it bluntly, a real moron. No matter what you tried, no matter how you hinted, he could never catch on to the fact that you had more than friendly feelings for him. Which was annoying for you because even just hinting at it was hard to do, so actually confessing wasn’t really much of an option; especially since you’d been friends with the man for almost half of your life.Birthday Wish AmericaxReader by bluerose269
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But it looked like you didn’t have much of a choice anymore. Alfred was just way too dense to get anything else so your only option was to be blunt and say it straight out. And the more you thought about it, the less you had any idea as to how you were actually going to tell him. The only thing that you knew you were going to do was that you would tell him on his birthday. But you didn’t know how, or what time, or even where to do it! So, naturally, you were stressed out.
And of course your friends, who you were currently hanging out with, noticed.
“Mon cheri whatever is
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You were greeted with the gentle, faint aroma of tea and roses once you opened the door to your English friend’s house, his spare key clutched in your hand as you peered inside.
There was nothing out of the ordinary; as usual, Arthur’s house was kept in wonderful condition, with everything clean and not a speck of dust in sight. Closing the door behind you, you quickly locked it and put the key away before sighing.
Arthur had called you earlier, requesting that you come over. He was bedridden at the moment, and he absolutely refused to bring over Alfred to take care of him since last time the American had tried to place a hamburger on his head as a way of curing him.
It was funny, yes, but Arthur had informed you that he’d rather not have ‘that greasy morsel’ – you were quoting his words – on his forehead.
“Arthur?” you called out softly, quietly climbing the stairs so you wouldn’t disturb the ill Englishman.