A Typical Day (FMA x Reader)xXChocoMelkGirlXx
______ sprinted through the hallways of the State Military building while balancing a stack of paperwork in her arms. They were meant for Colonel Mustang, and if she somehow manages to lose them, even a single leaf, her head will be sliced off her shoulders in an instant.
... Okay, that was exaggerated; but seriously, who wants to face the Flame Alchemist's burning fury (no pun intended)? Believe it.
When ______ rounded a corner, the Elric brothers showed up at the end of the hall, conversing with each other. Edward had his arms casually crossed behind his head. Both Edward and Alphonse were unaware of her running straight towards them. She gasped loudly.
"EDWARD, ALPHONSE, MOVE!" she shouted, startling them. Edward turned his head, his golden eyes widening as he saw ______ charging in his direction like a bull. He didn't move and simply stood there with his jaw slack.
At this point, the girl knew that she would not be able to stop herself in time by looking at how fast she was going.
The Truth About HufflepuffsHufflepuff: The Nearly-Forgotten House of Hogwarts</i>MissAnj
In the Harry Potter series, there are four separate houses of Hogwarts: Gryffindor, the house representing courage and justice. Ravenclaw, representing intelligence and wisdom. Slytherin, representing ambition and resourcefulness. Hufflepuff, representing loyalty and tolerance. Each of these houses embody important virtues. So why do many people assume that Hufflepuffs are useless?
I recall the Sorting Hat song which mentions Helga Hufflepuff's statement "I'll take the lot" when the other founders revealed what virtues they would value in their students. I feel that this statement by Hufflepuff has been vastly misinterpreted by many fans of the series. As the importance of blood status has always been a major issue in the Wizarding World, to the point that that Godric Gryffindor and Salazar Slytherin (who were great friends before founding Hogwarts) came to resent each other
Thoughts (Sand Siblings x Reader) xXChocoMelkGirlXx
It was a normal day in the Hidden Sand Village. Gaara was away doing his duties as the Kazekage, as per usual, and you, Kankuro and Temari were at home, doing your usual stuff.
Kankuro is currently lounging in the living room, lazily flipping through the channels on TV. Nothing interesting caught his attention, and he was starting to get bored.
'If only we had a mission today...' he thought. Sighing, he switched the television off and laid down on the couch. Staring up at the ceiling blankly, he mumbled to himself, "Man, this is boring..." He then rolled to his side, eyes closing. Maybe a little nap won't hurt.
"N-no! D-don't, T-Temari-nee!"
Kankuro's eyes snapped open. He sat up abruptly, confused.
"______, it's not like it's going to hurt! It'll just be for a while!"
"Iie! I-I don't want you to!"
"I'll be gentler this time. I promise!"
What on earth is going on upstairs? Speaking of which, his sisters hasn't been coming out of their rooms all morning, and he had suspecte