Spin the Bottle (Finland x Reader)“Let’s play spin the bottle!”Spin the Bottle (Finland x Reader) by moonbladethebook
The first thing you thought was: ‘oh God no’ they would all agree and the world would end before your very eyes.
France and England first, then Russia, and lastly Japan.
But to your surprise Francis’ suggestion was met with dissonance
“No! Not on Christmas” “Yeah let’s just open presents now”
You sighed with relief and relaxed next to your boyfriend of three years, Tino.
“But whose presents should we open first?” Alfred piped up staring at a huge package with his name on it.
“How about, we set the presents up in a circle and spin a bottle in the middle?” Francis suggested.
Ok you had to admit, that was pretty brilliant. Everyone agreed and got up to set up the circle.
When finished you flopped down in the middle of the largest couches, to your surprise both Alfred and Francis dived to occupy the spaces taking up either side of you.
Tino placed the last present and tur
Spin the Bottle (Denmark x reader)“Ugh” You sighed wearily climbing up the creaky wooden stairs of Austria’s house. You could hear Mathias’s shouts and orders from far above, as well as the pounding of everyone else’s feet as they ran around the rooms searching for Emil.Spin the Bottle (Denmark x reader) by moonbladethebook
So close… yet so far. You reflected on the events that had occurred a mere few seconds ago…
You frowned, staring at the bottle. Kneeling down you gently took it in your grasp and spun it. Mathias glanced around “hey where’s Emil?” he shouted just as the bottle slowed to point at him.
“He’s not getting out of this one! Come on guys lets go get him” the circle dissolved as you spluttered and protested.
Your last chance had slipped out of your hands. “What a troll” you muttered reaching the top of the five story mansion to be confronted with an old door.
The white paint was chipped and peeling, the doorknob was coated with a thick layer of grime. You stopped and he
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Writing Tips: Ideas/Ideas To PlotTo a professional writer, artist, painter, programmer, whatever, what is the value of a good idea? And for simplicity's sake, let's give it a monetary value. How much money would you pay for one good idea? How much money should you pay for one good idea? The answer? Nothing. An idea on its own is worthless. I could give you one-hundred ideas for a dollar and you're still being ripped off. And yes, immediately I'll say that's why no one who is working on a game or movie or whatever needs a dedicated "idea guy." If you're looking to be that person, I have an idea myself: get a skill that can actually contribute bringing that idea to life.Writing Tips: Ideas/Ideas To Plot by MrEnter
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