Levi’s thighs might literally be the size of Erwin’s biceps
Shipping is up to date and previous giveaway prizes have been mailed, so I’m happy to announce:
Military Police and Scouting Legion patch sets are now in stock at The Recon Depot! Please note that shipping will be delayed until after Feb 16th (Katsucon).
NOW! THE GIVEAWAY! Like and reblog to your heart’s content. 5 winners, wherever in the world.
- 4-patch set of your choice: MP or Scouting
- 4-patch set Scouting
- 3-patch set of your choice: MP or Scouting
- 1 patch of your choice: MP, Scouting, or Gakuen Hetalia
- 1 Scouting Patch
Giveaway ends at 12:01 am the morning of March 7th, Central time. Following isn’t necessary though if you’re following AskAHeichou or me, I’ll probably include a silly extra.
Okay, totally forgot about the ending date, so I’ll draw this at about midnight tonight central time (~4 hours) GO GO GO.
My boyfriend got me this hat :3
This woman is one of the most breathtaking beauties I have ever seen
"You’re pathetic without me" for a Valentine’s day saying.
levi with kittens is v important
An AU where Levi is the biggest bookworm you’ll ever meet, but only in a figurative sense, because he’s tiny.
Especially as a child.
Tiny, as in, small enough to fit into that nook between the wall and the bookshelf (big enough for one). Small enough to have his eyes look abnormally large when he’s wearing his reading glasses (one pair) that he’s needed since grade 2, small enough to drown in an oversized sweater (for one) that’s really more of a mass of prettily knotted cream wool while curled up on the floor of the library (alone).
And when he grows up, and out of the reading glasses, and certainly out of the nook but not quite out of the massive sweater, he’s still tiny.
And still a bookworm, although it shows less. His shelves are stocked well enough, but he needs to work: papers are to be written and research needs to be completed before deadlines.
He grows up and gets a boyfriend who’s two years younger than him and 12 inches taller. His name’s Eren, and he’s well-versed in young-adult novels rather than classics. His books mingle with Levi’s on the bookshelf, and when they have free time, they sit down on the floor with all the blankets they own and read for an afternoon.
Levi’s still tiny enough to wear massive sweaters (but the prettily knotted mass of cream wool is long gone - he wears one of Eren’s sweaters, instead) and he’s just the right size to tuck himself into Eren’s side whenever reading tugs at his heartstrings or makes ice form in his stomach. Eren looks up from his book and kisses Levi on the forehead, glances at Levi’s book laying quietly on the pillows a couple metres away.
"What’s wrong?" he’ll ask, at just the right volume, and Levi will shake his head and tuck himself more firmly against Eren’s chest.
Eren rubs his back for a moment or two before he picks up his own book again, and then Levi rolls away to retrieve his own before rolling back. Eren kisses him on the forehead again.
It’s quiet, and boring and terribly mundane, laying in a heap of blankets with dog-eared pages, but it’s not so bad when you’re not alone.
Cooking quietly, particularly at 2 am with your parents and 3 cats sleeping upstairs, is an art.
Having your punk-ass boyfriend there is just a bonus.