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100 Things You Shouldn't Do in Hetalia.

By MissCyclones

Humor

1-10

1) Don't take Greece's cats.

"I knew it was you...!"
"It wasn't me, you are such the liar!" 
"Give them back...."
"I don't have them you creep!" 
Meanwhile as the Greek and the Turk continued to bicker Egypt and Cypress sat by idly staring off into the horizen.
"Nice sunset today." Cypress commented.
"Hm."

2) Don't force Hungary to wear a bunny suit and then try to take pictures.

"Vhere is he?!!!!" 
The other nations parted ways as the angered Hungarian woman stormed through the hallways.
Murmuring filled the room as she passed, and America and Britain could be heard discussing something clearly.
"She on her period?" America munched on a burger.
"She's a nation, you twit!"
"But she has boobs!"
But Hungary paid no heed to them she was busy looking for the man that did this to her.
What was this? Why are we typing like this?  Why are we breaking the fourth wall?
Because zhe awesome Prussia is a sadistic asshole with no appreciation for women, or skillets.
Currently Elizaveta Hedervary  was sporting a sexy bunny suit, fishnets and all. 
She wasn't happy, and she knew who it was.
Which was why Gilbert Beilschmidt was hiding in a corner, rocking back and forth rhythmically, pretending not to hear the hissing sounds from around the wall.
"PRRRRRRRUUUUUUUSSSSSIAAAAA!"
WHAM!
It was the next month or so that Prussia remained in the hospital, and he hadn't even gotten the picture.

3) If you are going lingerie shopping, don't take Liechtenstein.

 For some reason the Hetalian girls decided it was high time to get together and do some shopping.
They could have gone out to eat, gone to a movie, to Disney, but noooooooo.
They had to go lingerie shopping in Victoria's Secret.
The women attracted a lot of attention to themselves, with Ukraine's boobs jiggling away, Belarus's death aura, Hungary's skillet, and the twelve year old walking inside with them.
Oh, that's actually just Lilli....
"Wow, twenty bucks...for string?" Seychelles gawked at the price of the thong sitting contently on a shelf.
"Yay, sales on bras! Just what I needed!" Ukraine cheered.
Belarus stared at the lacy, more revealing garments and eventually immersed herself in the world of corsets and bondage.
Everyone seemed to be doing something....but Liechtenstein stood there staring at all the voluptuous women and the sensual clothing ahead of her.
Eventually a female employee walked over to her. "Excuse me, sweetie, is your mother around here?"
The young nation proceeded to cry.

4) Don't Play DDR with Japan.

Needless to say Kiku was devastated of his loss to the fat American.
The rest of the night he spent mourning and googling, his defeat.

5) Don't turn the World Office into a safari.

"And here we have the wild Iggy..." Australia narrated softly in an epic voice, "Notce how his eyebrows look totally fake and drawn on."
"YOU LITTLE SHIT!" 
Burnt scones went everywhere.

6)  Don't cast Romano into Jersey Shore.

Spain, America and Doron Ofir, the casting directer, could only stare in horror at the scene before them.
"YOU ******* ***** I'll cut off your ************ with a spoon you ********""
Even though they censored it, they still deemed it 'to crude' and sadly rejected the violent Italian....to join the show...of violent Italians.

7) Don't challenge Russia to a drinking contest.

Huh? Nah, there's no insert here. No one's attempted it yet.
We just posted this as a warning.

8) Don't let Gilbert break the fourth wall.

"Bruder? Vhat are you doing?" Ludwig peeked around the corner to find the older albino typing vigorously on his laptop.
" Kesesesese, I am hacking into zhis Fanfiction account and writing my own fanfic about mein AWESOMENESS!" 
Ludwig could only sigh as Prussia tried to figure out Maddie's password for the fiftieth time.

9) A fangirl is not a Pokemon.

"Alright it seems everyone is here, Japan please show us jour invention."
"Hai." 
The G8 meeting instantly perked up when Japan held up a pink tin spray bottle with a cross running through a girl's face.
"This is the fangirl repellent, it will repel wild fangirls for 250 steps when you walk in the tall grass.

10) Don't let Romania read Twilight.

It was the third day after he read and watched the movie, and the blonde man was still on strike outside the bookstore.
"Is he ever going to leave?!"
"He does know he can return it...right?" 


Thanks for reading, requests are great, I love reviews, and if I can win this contest, I might be able to win $50!
Well if you enjoyed this, let me know, if I can do better and I'm a shit writer, let me know.
Thank you all!<3 Maddie
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