Fiance!Netherlands x Reader: Part 4 (fin) (RQ)
’Hmm... Should I take the ”Lapin a la Cocotte” or the ”Boeuf d’herbe”?’ you thought as you looked at the menu for the fanciest resturant in town: ”Une petite lumière”. You glanced at Tim, he had already closed his menu and were now staring at you with a face that told you that he was growing impatient.
”Have you decided yet?” He asked as he rested his head on one of his hands. ”No... I can’t decide between the ’Lapin a la Cocotte’ or the ’Boeuf d’herbe’...” You sighed.
”Lapin a la Cocotte?”
”I wouldn’t take that if I were you.” He said and turned around in his seat and called for a waiter by waiving at him.
”No?” You asked, slightly surprised by his confidence in the matter.
”No.” He said casually. ”Lapin means rabbit, and I don’t think you’d really want to eat that.”
Halloween One-Shots: Human!N. Fredbear X ReaderTemps: I don't want to say he's a total pervert and a 'sex fiend' as I tend to call Mari, but...he and Reader do tend to get busy a lot of the time...o_O Or maybe it's just me being a pervert. The world shall never know, I guess!
Halloween One-Shots: Fredbear
“God, I feel amazing!” your lover breathed in ecstasy as he flopped down onto the couch next to you.
You glanced over at him, still in your own Halloween costume ((for the sake of this story…we’ll say it’s a neko of the mildly sexy variety…)), though midnight and the holiday had passed half an hour ago and it was beyond late. A small smile graced your lips. “I’m glad you had fun.”
With your parents gone on a business trip for the next two weeks, you, your brother, and little sister had thought it would be fun to put on a haunted house. It would be easy with the animatronics to help, actual
Reader x Grossman - Chapter 1: Strange NeighborIt was only a few days after your 21st Birthday and you found yourself sitting in a lawyer’s office with your father, you two older sisters, your older brother, and your sister-in-law. They were discussing your late grandmother’s will and what was to be left to whom. Your family had been talking for years about how your grandmother was coming close to death soon, and some disputes had arisen over who would inherit her home, wealth, and all her worldly goods. You still lived at home with your father and one of your older sisters, so the two of you often argued over who’d get the house when she passed. You hoped it would be you. After all, you were much closer to her than any of your siblings were. Plus you needed to get out of that tiny crowded apartment as soon as possible. Your father was a nice guy, but living with him, your sister, and her two kids was very tiresome at times. Not to mention the fact that your father kept all of your mother’s things in the apa