A Day in the Life of Me (Japan-x-Reader Oneshot)Beep! Beep! Beep!I looked at my clock and groaned: 6:00 am, I thought as I rolled back over, facing my (f/c) wall covered with shelves filled with snow globes, statuettes, music boxes, and a few pictures of him. I grinned at him laughing and began to drift off again.“__________! Wake up!” my mother shouted – she always had impeccable timing.“I’m up! I’m up!” I yelled back, slowly getting out of bed. Why did school have to be so early? What are they trying to do, kill us?! I sluggishly put on the clothes I had set out the previous night: a light blue jean skirt with grey leggings and a Happy Bunny shirt that said “Like I need your Approval.”After I brushed my teeth and hair I heard the doorbell ring and my heart sped up a bit. After I was satisfied with how I looked I opened the door to see my childhood friend and long-term crush leaning against the porch railing. The Asian had grown over the summer and was n
Animal Farm: Chapter 6.5Comrade, you are wondering why us pigs are telling you these things, correct? Simple. We want Animal Farm to survive!~~~I watched in pride as I held the paint for Snowball, a few rungs up the ladder, wrote the Seven Commandments of Animalism. The words were written very neatly and clearly, considering he didn't have opposable thumbs – or any fingers, for that matter – and had only recently learned to write. As we both climbed down, the other animals bayed and howled in excitement.I couldn't believe we had defeated Jones! What was now known as Animal Farm belonged to only animals, all of which were equal to each other.Before we went to the hayfields I cried out loud with what one would call a smile, or as close as a pig can get to one, on my snout: "Let us all always follow these guidelines and we will succeed. For, I believe, none of us ever want the tyrant man back here – ever!"~~~I sighed. Apples. Probably my least favourite fruit - and we were required to eat them. I cou
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