The first time Prussia had asked if they could hold a party on Christmas Eve Germany had been skeptical about the idea. Very skeptical. But Prussia had been persistent (he first asked in January) and eventually Germany agreed. As the day had approached Germany had grown increasingly anxious about the event, but now, on Christmas Eve, he was quite glad they’d done it.
They’d invited all of their closest friends. Dinner had been a veritable feast of a potluck with everyone bringing far too much and eating far too much. The alcohol had flowed just as freely leaving everyone the jollier for it. The party had begun to wind down now, but everyone was still just as merry and happy.
Romano, Prussia, and Japan were in the family room playing some kind of video game. From his place in the kitchen Germany could hear the explosions coming from the TV, as well as Prussia’s shouts and Romano’s curses. Japan’s voice