Happy Birthday, Eridan!~ Eridan x ReaderEridan sighed as he got up from his bed, rubbing his eyes. God...what was today? He got his cell phone and looked at the time and day. Oh goodness. It was his birthday....and what made it worse EVERY YEAR, it was on Valentine's Day. He cursed under his breath. He hated it so much, because he was always alone. He wanted to just kill himself every time he saw someone kiss their special someone on his BIRTHDAY every year. He was 18 this year as well, he could do a lot of things *coughwatchporncough* but he still hated it. Suddenly he got a message...oh...it was from [name]. He got his clothes on before he read it, doing more 'important' things with his day before reading your message to him. His thoughts drifted to you as he brushed his teeth. You're a very shy girl and you tend to blush a lot when you were around him. He never understood why you acted like that in front of him though, you were a weird one on top of it. So he never thought much of your behavior...it was nice having you arHappy Birthday, Eridan!~ Eridan x Reader by AyaxaSama909
Germany x Reader (Kissing Booths)"____! I vill not allow you to do zat!"Germany x Reader (Kissing Booths) by xXf0reverN0wXx
"'Not allow'? Tsk! You're not the boss of me!"
Ludwig frowned at your response, blushing in annoyance when he knew that you were right. You grinned triumphantly at his reaction, picking up a box full of decorations and heading off in a different direction. However, he stepped in front of you, his stern eyes showing that he wasn't going to let you go that easily.
"As a friend, I am telling you zat zis is a dangerous idea," the blonde said with extreme seriousness.
This resulted in you rolling your (insert colour) eyes again, sighing in exasperation, "Ludwig, it's a kissing booth. It's not like I'm going to war."
Ludwig could feel an anger vein pop up on his forehead; you sure loved to push his buttons. He attempted to stare you down and intimidate you with his bigger frame. However, the bored expression you wore was evidence that it wasn't working. He continued to reason with you, "Zere are boys in our school who vould leap at this chance."