I had made sure he had great personality. And liked butter. Vital details.
((I’m trying not to be agressive but))
Animal challenge - Cat
Cat is a creature of habit. When talk about him, one has to include his black hat, his striped scarf, his big coat, and his dominant nature, because he never appears anywhere without one of the above. He possesses a sleigh which he uses to carry his one-man company around the region. What exactly does he do for a living, no one knows for sure - he does nothing and everything, and people treat him as their last chance while he treats people as fur combs and tail ribbons. You can ask the mice: they know him best. Though, well, as workers and accessories, they often consider talking a little bit out of order.
Fandom: Hetalia: Axis Powers
Length: Oneshot - 1900w
Characters/Relationship: America (Alfred F. Jones, ‘I’), England (Arthur Kirkland, ‘you’), OC (Al, ‘the boy’)/USUK (established)
Synopsis: “I remember days when we walked together, me putting on my earphones to force my eyes to open wide, you having your glasses on so your ears’d not miss a sound. We’d walk and walk and walk, when I held up my ‘inherited’ old camera toward you, and you knew but pretended to not know and hummed the melody of the ice cream truck from across the street. Then you’d say, Watch your step, and I’d immediately trip on something.”
Warning: Character Death (background/established)
A/N: This is a translated piece, so there’ll be super dumb mistakes here and there. Please forgive me because English is definitely not my thing and I can’t find a translator.
And there are some poetic verses in the story, don’t read it, don’t care about it, I’ve never translated a poem before and it stinks.
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I literally just saw a post about book nooks and I can’t resist.
9 A.M, they’ve just finished their morning classes. Iceland is at the door. Finland’s still in class.
(the first one of the book nooks. I love this one so much it literally hurts.)
Image credit to the rightful owners.
in another note people is questioning the logic of FNAF
I saw a post with a theory about the instant-win condition, you survive til 6, you live, even Freddy ain’t nothing to ya. I think the animatrons are programmed to shut down or stop moving at 6 a.m. (I also think I’ve read some theories similar to this somewhere), the cause is another big ass question mark, like many things about this game - maybe it’s the only part of the animatrons’ programming that hasn’t gone wrong yet? A way to prevent damages if the bots are accidentally turned on during night?
But to think of it that’d be a fucking horrible sign. Maybe that’s my type of horror, I don’t really know. Your power runs out right before it turns to six, you look to your left, you see him. Right there. He’s looking at you. Then ding dong, six a.m., you survived.
But do you want to move?
The goddamn bear’s stopped flashing light, it’s November, it’s still dark inside the building, you can’t see a thing.
It’s so quiet. Is the bear still there? Probably, because you haven’t heard any movements yet.
you’ll have to sit there
waiting for someone to turn on the light
because you are scared out of your wits
and the moment you see the fucking bear’s face
maybe he’s still fucking smiling
while staring at you
and it’d be also fucking great if the animatrons aren’t programmed to shut down at six, they just change mode and stop moving, and then you will have to sit there and listen to the damn music and watching Freddy flashing light at his own source-of-every-phobia face and wonder if all this has stopped yet (at least for today)
Technically said, we’re not ‘living’ creatures. In this so-called ‘universe’, which is built from a small workshop and a world inside a hourglass that can be deemed ‘imagined’ by you, the one asking, the way one functions is very different. We don’t get to eat, sleep, develop physically or intercourse. All individuals are basically the same in the matter of ‘living’ or not; so conclusion: I can’t possibly feel anything when I’m alive and my Maker isn’t. Because I was never alive.
However I assume that you are referring to my one hour of Existence during which my Maker is mostly nowhere to be found.
I had approximately five seconds to interact with him. After that I was busy.
((First ask ever everybody))