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An indifferent yawn escapes his lips as he struggles to sit up, rubbing at his face tiredly, only to fail and stay laying in the bed like an invalid.
The plushness of the pillows and mattress around him begs him to fall back asleep, but a semi-harsh grunt interrupts said desire.
While you were in the middle of watching the 4th movie, you heard several loud voices inside your bedroom.
Putting this piece together has been a history lesson for me.
“Ngh…hello, (name)…” Heracles mumbles without truly looking at his visitor, instead focusing on stroking the soft fur of one of his many cats that is sharing the bed with him.
“What are you do Tonight was your usual sleepover night with the Italian brothers Feliciano and Lovino.
You didn’t know where you were going to end up next with these two, but at the moment you couldn’t give two shits if you were going with Greece and France. I know it’s odd because it’s France x Reader, but try it and see if you like it.
Since you were a bit troubled sleeping that night, you proceeded to watch the rest of the movies to hopefully make you sleepy (btw, they brought 5 DVDs).Pericles (circa 495-429 BCE) was the most prominent and influential Greek statesman and orator during the Golden Age of Athens.In 461, he became the ruler of Athens, a role he would occupy until his death.” You nodded softly not really understanding what he said in French but you wanted to drown in his accent at the moment.Not only was Greece completely hot to you, but France as well. Now it was France’s turn to smirk at the now frustrated Greek. ” Greece asked.“Oui, we are French, masters at l’amour.” He smiled, using his fingers under your chin to lift up your head and leave a light and chaste kiss on your lips making your body ripple like a pebble dropped in a pond. Greece grabbed your wrist and spun you to him and grinned softly boring his eyes into yours replacing the blue eyes with striking green ones.“If you’re such masters, why do we have the highest sex rate then, France?
These ancient Greek and Roman philosophers and statesmen used few words to express pearls of wisdom that stand up today as guidelines for living wisely and compassionately.