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