but I can't go out because I'm in class D;
FinlandxReader: Home for Christmas It must've been about three in the morning when he crept back into the house, Christmas Day. Outside small flakes were falling from the dark sky, coating every inch of the world in a majestic blanket of white. As he took the first steps into his own home, encased in loving warmth streaming through the gold me glow of fire in the fireplace he himself felt the chilled edge quickly melting away.FinlandxReader: Home for Christmas by ~mikmik121
His footsteps were light as he crept in, quickly noticing most of his guests were resting comfortably on the couch in front of the now-dwindling fire. A smile crossed his face but quickly vanished when he noticed one was missing from the group of four that lay there. Stripping off his snow-soaked boots and lazily putting them aside he passed the sleeping bodies on his furniture and silently went into his own room.
Through the crack in his door he could see light streaming in from the room and he wondered if maybe she was awake still. His hand slowly reached towards the door, open
Laughing over Jaeger's Baby Photos“Oi _.” Jean drawled as he waved a small piece of paper in front of you during stable duty one Monday morning. You were day dreaming about how the Lance Corporal would look in a pair of bunny ears.Laughing over Jaeger's Baby Photos by ~Kaize-chan
“Hmm.” You replied rather crossly, annoyed that your friend disrupted your daydreaming session about your superior.
“Guess what?” He questioned as he waved the piece of paper a bit more impatiently. You noticed that the boy was trying hard to not laugh.
“What the fuck do you want, Jean Kirschtein?” You said as you flicked at a group of stray hair strands that tickled your face.
“I will show you this old drawing of Jaeger, but you must promise that you will not laugh.” Jean’s deal seemed to be easy enough, considering the list of dares he made you do during the long period of time that you knew him.
“I accept your challenge, Jean Kirschtein.” You said, relieved to have something to do other than clean the horse-manu