Hetalia: How Britain and Mexico Came To Be Part 10~*~*~*~"Huh, so America is having a birthday party, eh?" Britain was looking at an informal invitation that he had gotten through the mail."America's having a party?" Mexico crept up from behind him so she heard what he was murmuring.Britain jumped a foot in the air. "America?! No, no who said anything about him?"Mexico laughed. "It's okay. I think I'm coping better since I haven't seen him in a while." She pursed her lips."You don't have to be tough," He murmured. "But yes, America is having this huge birthday party with a fair and the whole bit. You know how he likes to over exaggerate things.""I remember. He always had an extravagant party and we'd always go on the rollercoasters; but that was before we . . ." Mexico fiddled with her fingers and took a deep breath. " . . . Got screwed over.""Yes.""So where's he having his party this time?" Mexico looked at the invitation."Well, it seems as if he's having it in the park. It's big enough to hold all those games and whatnot."
Hetalia: How Britain and Mexico Came To Be Part 9Mexico was curled up on the couch in the living room reading a book when Britain popped out from upstairs."Hey Mexico, it's really nice outside, so why don't we go to the stores a bit? It'd be nice if you went outside for a while, don't you think?"Mexico set the book aside and looked at him. "I don't know if you're still worried about me, but, since you're asking, I can't refuse," She smiled and stood up, following him to the car and they walked to the strip mall.They looked at some stores, but when they passed a jewelry store, they stopped and looked for a moment. Mexico saw Britain glance at a watch with a glint in his eyes, but it then died soon after he checked the price."All right, let's head out shall we?" Britain clapped his hands and headed towards the door.Mexico looked at the watch that he was admiring, and saw that it cost about as much money as about a quarter of her salary. But even though it was expensive, it was golden with silver embedded into it, the numbers intri
Hetalia: How Britain and Mexico Came To Be Part 8She turned around to leave, but the door had locked somehow. She jiggled the door knob but it wouldn't nudge."The thing about this room is that it locks automatically and can only be opened with a key," America twirled the key on his finger.Mexico looked back at him, a hint of fear in her eyes. "What do you want?" She pressed her back to the door, still messing with the door knob.America was moving closer to her, and moved her to by the door, their bodies almost touching. "Come home with me. You need to because I need you. You have no idea how much I've missed you. I-I love you and I'm not willing to give you up. You need to get away from Britain,"Mexico grabbed the knife she had hidden in garter on her thigh. Hey, if she couldn't bring a gun, the next best thing was her army knife.She put it in front of her, her courage coming back. "Don't make me do it because I swear I will." She distanced her feet to get a better stance.America held out his arms "You wouldn't! I know you too
Hetalia How Britain and Mexico Came To Be Part 6.5Mexico was glancing at the mail she'd just gotten, not opening any of Britain's mail. As she was shuffling through the pile, a heavy piece of stationary with elegant writing on the front appeared after a bill. It said, "To Britain, from Austria." "Austria," she thought. "What's with this?""Hey Britain," She called out loud. "I have your mail." She went into the living room where he was sitting and she gave the mail to him, their hands briefly brushing."Thank you," He glanced up at her and smiled.Mexico sat down across from him and stared out the window, her thoughts tumbling hastily. She barely caught what Britain was saying, breaking out of her reverie." . . . so it seems that Austria is having a masquerade." Britain's tone was child-like with excitement."A masquerade? Those aren't really common, unless it's for Halloween," Mexico smiled at his tone and how his green eyes sparkled."That's true; it must be a special occasion," Britain looked through the invitation again, hoping t