"Hey, Germany." You cracked a smile, peering over at the blond german and away from the bright, blinding computer screen you had been staring at for so long.
Italy and you had been scouring the internet for hours, looking for nothing in particular. Just a few moments ago the two of you had found something called 'babynames.com'. It had caught your intrest, so you clicked on it to see what it was about. Just like the name implied, it was a websight with nothing but baby names. At the top of the screen you could look up any name you wanted and see what it stould for, and what gender the name was supposed to belong to. At the bottom, you could look up names under French, Japanese, Indian, Spanish, and so on. The moment you spotted names you could look up in German, a wide, evil smile spread across your face.
"Ja?" Germany asked, looking up from the newspaper he had been so interested in.
"Germany, Devi vedere questo~!" Italy laughed, pointing at the screen.
The german let out a heavy sigh, getting up from his recliner and setting his newspaper down on the table beside him. He walked over to your chair, setting his hands on your shoulders and peering over at the screen.
"German baby names?" He asked, squinting an eye as he looked down to your bright face.
You smiled, and scrolled down the screen. "That's not the weird part."
Stopping at a name, you pointed a a single finger to it so he could see what had caught your attention. The germans eyes grew as Italy and you burst out in happylaughter. "Ja. Vhat's so funny about zhat?" He asked hesitently, looking away from the screen as pink lightly dusted his pale cheeks.
"Come on, Germany. It's a german baby name called America." You snickered, scrolling over the name. "I thought this was the funniest part, though."
The blond folded his arms across his chest, keeping his distance from the two of you and the computer. After about a minute or two of silence, you knudged Germany in the ribs, hinting at him to come look at the thing you were trying to show him. With a roll of his eyes, his gaze settled back at the computer. He stould there for a moment, trying to pick up on the thing you were so eager to show him. You could hear the man give a slight grunting sound, shrivling back from the computer. This made a smile come to your face, your gaze looking back to settle on the embarrased blond.
"Home Ruler?" He asked, confusion and embarresment mixing in with his tone.
"There's also a name called Berger~" Italy sang in his usual happy tone, pointing to the name. You looked back over to the computer in surprise, not seeing the word before. Just as the italian had said, there was indead a name labled 'Berger' highlighted in bright blue letters. Looking back over to Germany to see the expression on his face, he scowled.
"Did you lose another bet to America?" You asked, leaning back in your chair and peering up at Germany with your cheerful, (e/c) colored orbs, setting your arms behind your head. The german just looked down, the pink that colored his cheeks now turning as red as one of Romano's tomato's. You gave him a satisfied smile, patted him on the head, and turned back to the computer that sat infront of you. Germany just stould there, dumbfounded as to what he just read. Maybe it was just one of those times he went out for a drink and got sucked into something he wouldn't likely remember in the morning. As the gears turned in his head, he started to wonder why the two of you started looking at german names in the first place. Why hadn't they looked at any embarrasing italian baby names? It would have been much more fun to look at those and make fun of Italy, no matter how much the german knew he shouldn't do that to the happy-go-lucky italian. He looked over to Italy, the brown haired man leaning forward in his chair as his overly happy smile grew on his face, a slight 'Ve~' illuminating from his mouth. The man looked over to you, your figure also hunched over as your grip on the wireless computer mouse seemed to get tighter, your finger scrolling down the page you were on. Tipping his head, a wide, persed smile spread across his lips. He leaned forward, snaking his arms around your waist abd bringing you closer to him and the back of the chair. Adjusting his chin comfortably on your shoulder, he moved his mouth close to your now warming ear.
"Vhat vere you doing on that vebsight anyvay, liebe." He whispered slowly, making you stiffen with surprise, a small shiver running up your spine. "Vere you hinting at somezing?"
You blushed, your face reddening only the slightest. Looking up to the man's baby blue eyes, a playful glint seemed to reflect in them. You couldn't help but smirk, no matter how serious he seemed to be acting. Lifting your hand of the computer mouse, you set it against his fourhead, pushing him away from your face.