See? We're Matching! - Male!Philippines x ReaderSee? We're Matching! - Male!Philippines x Reader by amayashi418
You stared blankly at the cheerful, mango loving nation in front of you.
"Yes ang aking mahal ko?"
You let out a sigh, followed by a glare, and later a face palm. "It is 6 in the morning, why the hell are you at my house and what the freaking hell are you wearing?"
"Aww aren't you a grumpy one in the morning?" He chuckled as he tapped your nose playfully.
You crossed your arms and growled. "Just answer the damn question. What are you wearing?"
"This?" Juan laughed and strutted boastfully. "Why, it's the latest trend in my place! Ano? Are you smitten by my sexiness? Uhuhuhuhuhuhu~"
You've been dating Juan, the personification of the Philippines, for three years. By now, you've grown accustomed to his weird and strange antics but this, this was just the icing on the cake. Your eyes scanned him up and down.
Juan was decked out in costume shaped like a star with many colorful and bold ornaments. In his place, they hanged star shaped lanterns that blinked with colorful lights
I am who I amI am who I amI am who I am by EuphemiaElseaYue
“Hello, Pepe, it’s been a while. I’m sorry if I hadn’t visited you.” If anyone would stop actually stop and listen on at the teenage looking female sitting near the statue of Jose Rizal, they would all be raising an eyebrow or two at her or calling the mental asylum to take her in.
But no one stopped to take notice of her. To other people, she was like any teenager in her orange t-shirt and faded jeans. If they noticed the Sampaguita she wore on her head like a crown, they didn’t comment. Teenage fashion was changing every minute after all. She was just a teenager.
But she really wasn’t.
The personification of the Philippines watched the sky turn orange – missing the way that the colors used to turn before all the buildings hid the scenery.
“Pepe, today was another disaster in the making.” She spoke, her eyes never leaving the setting sun. “It seems no one wants to focus on the more important things.
You said you'll protect me, right? (USxPH)You will, right?You said you'll protect me, right? (USxPH) by J-ie
A black gown with the patterns of flowers was the dress she wore. For someone who’s usually lively and optimistic, this was her favorite dress. Her hair that went along with her outfit was straight and healthy as ever. The makeup she had on was very simple but no man can never stop looking at her, especially him. Along with her jet black boots, Maria Clara de la Cruz Carriedo was ready. Ready to go to the temple of God - to him.
The sound of the church bells rang through Maria’s ears as she followed her father outside. It was cold as fuck, Lovino would have said but today, her cursing bastard brother wasn’t with her. It was her, her father, and Alejandro. The two siblings were not used to the cold weather considering their homeland is a hot humid place.
Maria tighten her colossal warm coat, feeling the soft feathers touching her skin. Antonio, her father, continued greeting their church friends whilst waiting for someone. Maria and
(oc!PhilippinesxEngland) `Saudade [Ch. 1]WARNING: unbeta, AU, and other warnings that needs to be pointed out...(oc!PhilippinesxEngland) `Saudade [Ch. 1] by J-ie
“They say true love never dies. Do I believe in it? Yes, yes I do. Very much, actually…” the lips of the young woman’s curved into a huge smile. She didn’t need anyone telling her that it was smiles of joy, she was just...happy. The hem of her dress oscillate as she leaned forward to the audience, the children.
The children were very enthusiastic and eager as they listened to the lady’s fairytale. Each one of them, filled with coy and radiant expressions. There was no telling whether they would start joking around or actually ask serious questions about the topic - love.
“Miss Maria,” one of the girls uttered as they raised their hands. She was one of them who wanted to joke around. A wide grin plastered her face and her pupils dilated. The youngster can’t help but sit uncontrollably. “Yes, Elouise?” Maria answered. The girl