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FRANCE, Francesca Adele Jaime Bonnefois


She smiled affectionately at the Prussian’s reaction; it really was to be expect] ed. Unlike Serena and her, Maria had a boyish streak. She was not that into make-up, nail polish, and all those little trifles that made her happy. Not that she minded, though. It was quite refreshing to have someone like Maria as a friend. After pondering about that for a while, she turned to her other friend, and put on the most serious expression that she could muster while in her amused state of mind. “I would teach you, even if it would be quite difficult… But, you’re the land of passion, oui? Perhaps you’ll be a fast learner in this particular art.” She smiled at that; she didn’t mind sharing her expertise with those close to her, after all. “Alright, then. Just tell me if you change your mind, and I will do my utmost best to make you look even better than you already do…”

After this, she stood by contented, just watching her two friends chat about hair, the Italy twins, and Maria’s younger sister. Those three really were adorable and cute, but she, unlike the other two, wasn’t particularly close to the said other nations, so she just kept mum throughout it all and listened. Sometimes, it was more fun to listen to others talk than to engage in conversation, after all.

Unlike her two friends, she emitted no reaction as the door opened and Anya entered. Neither did she when the teacher announced that classes was about to start, nor when the cute looking Asian girl entered the classroom. Classes were boring, so instead of bringing out her notebook and a pen, like what a more studious student would have done, she brought out a compact mirror, and instead amused herself by looking at her reflection. She looked lovely today, indeed. Well, she could spend an hour, or two, or maybe even three, doing this.

And with that, she tried to block out everything else, completely ignoring what eyebrows teacher or anybody else was going to say. Well, perhaps except for her two friends; they were amusing enough to deserve to be paid attention. Maybe she’ll pass them a note or two later on, or whisper gossip into their ears when the teacher was not, and even if she was, looking. The rest? Non. They could all go do whatever for all she cared.





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Japan, Sakura Honda


Sakura heard Amy's voice as she greeted her, and turned her head away from the window to face her. "Hello Amy, i'm glad that we're in the same class this year." she smiled a little weakly, she was still nervous, but America was good at calming her at times like this. She gave her a little confidence boost every now and then and she was pretty fun to be around. "We've got a lot of students in this class. It's pretty exciting. I didn't expect Britain to be our teacher. She seems kind though."




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America, Amy F. Janes



(( I mean as in quote of other people and...mix them up in one...XD nevermind))
" Don't be nervous Sakura! Even so I'm the heroine." The America smiled while grabbing her soda. She slightly nodded while hearing Japan talk. "But.." Amy stopped drinking her Pepsi as she set it down on the counter. " England's so bossy, I bet she'll boss me around like she's the owner of everything." Kind? Maybe...Amy stared at the pool once more, still talking to the Japenese girl. "We do have a lot of students here, like a million or something! That's why I'll be the girl who's on top! The popular one! Or try to be..." Amy, still glancing at the soft shades of the pool, she brightned up. Japan was here, her best friend also England, it was going to be a good start.







England, Elizabeth "Alice" Kirkland


Elizabeth soon finished her explanation on Poetry in Ancient Greece , she smiled and asked " So could anyone Mention a few titles of Greek literature?" Secretly she glance around the classroom watching her students do just about Everything but pay attention. She sighed . If that's the way it must be.... She thought " By the way anyone who can 50 questions in class doesn't have to take this." She pointed to the ridiculously huge Test Booklet . Its was as big as a text book and weighed a ton, To any student it looked like a fate worst that death. " So any takers on my offer?" She said slyly quite please as a few hands went up. Victory thy name is bribery~
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England, Elizabeth "Alice" Kirkland


Elizabeth soon finished her explanation on Poetry in Ancient Greece , she smiled and asked " So could anyone Mention a few titles of Greek literature?" Secretly she glance around the classroom watching her students do just about Everything but pay attention. She sighed . If that's the way it must be.... She thought " By the way anyone who can 50 questions in class doesn't have to take this." She pointed to the ridiculously huge Test Booklet . Its was as big as a text book and weighed a ton, To any student it looked like a fate worst that death. " So any takers on my offer?" She said slyly quite please as a few hands went up. Victory thy name is bribery~






America, AMy F. Janes


As Amy finished her sentence the American then stared back at Elizabeth. She had slightly heard what the teacher had said. When Elizabeth finished her sentence the American leaped up. No way! A textbook? Her hand shot up as a rocket. " Answer 50 questions about what?" Interrupted Amy. " I mean I'm not interested and all, I just don't want that big fat paper filled with useless junk." She whistled. Her heavy eyeballs rolled around the room, but then stared at the large textbook. Class is surely boring, it was her first day and she soon wanted to fall asleep...but still excited. Her fingers placed on the soda once more, still concentating on England's words.
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ESPAÑA, Serena Imelda Yzabelle Fernandez Carriedo


Of course - she wouldn't have had any clue as to what the Prussian was thinking at the moment, though, that may be because she wasn't trying hard enough. After all, she knew the Prussian like the lines on her hand - well, something like that. But, there are times, such as right now, when she didn't really feel the 'need' to know what the others were thinking, such times like these were she was, more or less, being lax.

"Si, very 'awesome' as you say," she concurred, nodding at that. She stifled a snicker hearing the Prussian compliment - well, trying to compliment - her. "Why, gracias, mi hermana. Well said, well said." she said, trying to put on a straight face, though, the corners of her mouth were twitching - making it all the more obvious that she had had wanted to laugh at that point.

The door suddenly opened.

Serena turned in her seat, her head tilted lightly to the side as she saw the girl who entered - she looked lots like the Prussian, or maybe it was just the hair. Oh. Right. Russia without the 'P'. Thinking that was clever she laughed lightly to herself. Oh, she knew that if she voiced that corny joke out loud, Prussia would probably throw a outburst or something similar to that reaction.



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England, Elizabeth "Alice" Kirkland


Elizabeth soon finished her explanation on Poetry in Ancient Greece , she smiled and asked " So could anyone Mention a few titles of Greek literature?" Secretly she glance around the classroom watching her students do just about Everything but pay attention. She sighed . If that's the way it must be.... She thought " By the way anyone who can 50 questions in class doesn't have to take this." She pointed to the ridiculously huge Test Booklet . Its was as big as a text book and weighed a ton, To any student it looked like a fate worst that death. " So any takers on my offer?" She said slyly quite please as a few hands went up. Victory thy name is bribery~



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America, Amy F. Janes


As Amy finished her sentence the American then stared back at Elizabeth. She had slightly heard what the teacher had said. When Elizabeth finished her sentence the American leaped up. No way! A textbook? Her hand shot up as a rocket. " Answer 50 questions about what?" Interrupted Amy. " I mean I'm not interested and all, I just don't want that big fat paper filled with useless junk." She whistled. Her heavy eyeballs rolled around the room, but then stared at the large textbook. Class is surely boring, it was her first day and she soon wanted to fall asleep...but still excited. Her fingers placed on the soda once more, still concentating on England's words.




PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


The Prussian lightly bit her lower lip. Why. Why is that girl here?? And I who thought things were going well too... Damn it. She cursed inwardly. Unlike most people, Prussia wasn't really scared of the taller girl; probably just creeped out by her. Even though Russia acted nice most of the time - or at least tried to - there was a creepy aura about her. As the awesome person she was, Maria decided to ignore the other's presence, though.

When the teacher told them to take notes, she took out her laptop. Why write on paper when it was quicker to type? Not that she was going to take notes anyway. The blue-eyed girl glanced over to the American and raised up her hand to ask a question which had nothing to do with what the Brit was talking about. Normally, the silver-haired girl wouldn't even take her time to wait for her turn to talk, but she wanted to act 'nice' only this time. "Lehrerin, I have a question. Are we allowed to bring food and eat it during classes?"
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America, AMy F. Janes


As Amy finished her sentence the American then stared back at Elizabeth. She had slightly heard what the teacher had said. When Elizabeth finished her sentence the American leaped up. No way! A textbook? Her hand shot up as a rocket. " Answer 50 questions about what?" Interrupted Amy. " I mean I'm not interested and all, I just don't want that big fat paper filled with useless junk." She whistled. Her heavy eyeballs rolled around the room, but then stared at the large textbook. Class is surely boring, it was her first day and she soon wanted to fall asleep...but still excited. Her fingers placed on the soda once more, still concentating on England's words.




England, Elizabeth " Alice" Kirkland


" Well Amelia the deal is quite simple. On Every lesson you answer questions in class or on the subject I'm teaching I'll count that as answer if you can get up to fifty in each of my classes No test for you" She said with a smile " Sound good to you?"
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PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


The Prussian lightly bit her lower lip. Why. Why is that girl here?? And I who thought things were going well too... Damn it. She cursed inwardly. Unlike most people, Prussia wasn't really scared of the taller girl; probably just creeped out by her. Even though Russia acted nice most of the time - or at least tried to - there was an creepy aura about her. As the awesome person she was, Maria decided to ignore the other's presence, though.

When the teacher told them to take notes, she took out her laptop. Why write on paper when it was quicker to type? Not that she was going to take notes anyway. The blue-eyed girl glanced over to the American and raised up her hand to ask a question which had nothing to do with what the Brit was talking about. Normally, the silver-haired girl wouldn't even take her time to wait for her turn to talk, but she wanted to act nice only this time. "Lehrerin, I have a question. Are we allowed to bring food and eat it during classes?"





England, Elizabeth "Alice" Kirkland

" No, but there is a fifteen minute break in between lesson, you may eat then but you are allowed to drink water in class." Elizabeth answered.
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Canada, Madeline Williams


"We're here, Ms. Kujimarou,"The quiet Canadian whispers to her polar bear that she is holding. Madeline was worried and shy about entering the class.
"Who are you?"The polar bear asks.
"I'm your owner Madeline," Madeline replies as she embraces herself for what might happen after opening the doors of Room 215.
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England, Elizabeth "Alice" Kirkland

" No, but there is a fifteen minute break in between lesson, you may eat then but you are allowed to drink water in class." Elizabeth answered.



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Canada, Madeline Williams


"We're here, Ms. Kujimarou,"The quiet Canadian whispers to her polar bear that she is holding. Madeline was worried and shy about entering the class.
"Who are you?"The polar bear asks.
"I'm your owner Madeline," Madeline replies as she embraces herself for what might happen after opening the doors of Room 215.




PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


"Only water, right? If so, then that American shouldn't be allowed to have her soda present on her desk. If everyone does the same, it would be distracting. Soda doesn't extinguish your thirst, it even makes you crave for more. Another thing is that the sugar in the drink can make you high. A class with loud students on crack wouldn't be nice, isn't that so?" The Prussian stated, as if it was the most logical thing to say. She knew she had a point, though. The things she had mentioned were true in a way.

After a short pause, Maria continued. "And one more thing: Your 50 questions. It wouldn't be fair! We're all different, everyone with their own personality. What if some of us are the quiet type or get easily nervous and can't answer properly every time you ask? Like... Like her!" The Prussian pointed at the Canadian who just entered the room. "Besides, quizzes exist to test the students about the things they've learnt and shouldn't be used as a punishment - That's why they're called tests in the first place!"

... What did I just say? The Prussian asked herself. ...I have no idea.
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PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


"Only water, right? If so, then that American shouldn't be allowed to have her soda present on her desk. If everyone does the same, it would be distracting. Drinking soda also makes you more thirsty, craving for more, and not to mention high, because of all the sugar. A class with loud students on crack wouldn't be nice, isn't that so?" The Prussian stated, as if it was the most logical thing to say. She knew she had a point, though. The things she had mentioned were true in a way.

After a short pause, Maria continued. "And one more thing: Your 50 questions. It wouldn't be fair! We're all different, everyone with their own personality. What if some of us are the quiet type or get easily nervous and can't answer properly every time you ask? Like... Like her!" The Prussian pointed at the Canadian who just entered the room. "Besides, quizzes exist to test the students about the things they've learnt and shouldn't be used as a punishment - That's why they're called tests in the first place!"

... What did I just say? The Prussian asked herself. ...I have no idea.



Elizabeth laughed " Let explain why Amelia gets away with it" She asked the American to stand up light tapping her jacket letting all kinds of junk food fall out of it. After a good pile of it fell out Elizabeth picked it up and placed it on her desk. " This is only her morning snack. It would take days to take all of her snacks away... plus whatever mess she make she'll have to clean up"
" There are more than one way to get answer. Shy students can get points just for turning their assignments and are you positive you want to take this test? Its the most challenging test I've seen in a long time even the most gifted student wouldn't want to do it." No creature alive would want to take this test ... I didn't even know half the questions on it and I have the answer keys
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Canada, Madeline Williams


"We're here, Ms. Kujimarou,"The quiet Canadian whispers to her polar bear that she is holding. Madeline was worried and shy about entering the class.
"Who are you?"The polar bear asks.
"I'm your owner Madeline," Madeline replies as she embraces herself for what might happen after opening the doors of Room 215.




England, Elizabeth " Alice" Kirkland


Elizabeth looked up " Welcome to my class please take a seat. You are late but I'll over look it for today" She motion her to come in.
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Elizabeth laughed " Let explain why Amelia gets away with it" She asked the American to stand up light tapping her jacket letting all kinds of junk food fall out of it. After a good pile of it fell out Elizabeth picked it up and placed it on her desk. " This is only her morning snack. It would take days to take all of her snacks away... plus whatever mess she make she'll have to clean up"
" There are more than one way to get answer. Shy students can get points just for turning their assignments and are you positive you want to take this test? Its the most challenging test I've seen in a long time even the most gifted student wouldn't want to do it." No creature alive would want to take this test ... I didn't even know half the questions on it and I have the answer keys



PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


Prussia raised an eyebrow as she listened to her teacher explain. What. That didn't make sense at all, the blue-eyed girl thought and crossed her legs. "So... All in all, you're just too lazy to take it away, is that what you're trying to say? Well, if that American can bring that much snacks, then the rest can too." The reason why Prussia asked these random questions in the first place, was just to criticize and make things complicated for her teacher. This was a lot more entertaining than Elizabeth's lame lessons.

"You didn't mention the thing about turning in assignments, though. Try to give more detailed information next time." Maria flipped her hair proudly as if she was the Queen of the World. She sure acted like one, at least. "And who said I wanted to take that stupid test? I don't really care. I'm just saying that teachers are supposed to make tests to check if the students remember the things they've learnt. By telling us how challenging that quiz is, it's obvious you're just using it as a threat. A 'Pay attention to my classes or else..."-kind of thing. Tch, picking on your own students. How unawesome."
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Elizabeth laughed " Let explain why Amelia gets away with it" She asked the American to stand up light tapping her jacket letting all kinds of junk food fall out of it. After a good pile of it fell out Elizabeth picked it up and placed it on her desk. " This is only her morning snack. It would take days to take all of her snacks away... plus whatever mess she make she'll have to clean up"
" There are more than one way to get answer. Shy students can get points just for turning their assignments and are you positive you want to take this test? Its the most challenging test I've seen in a long time even the most gifted student wouldn't want to do it." No creature alive would want to take this test ... I didn't even know half the questions on it and I have the answer keys



PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


Prussia raised an eyebrow as she listened to her teacher explain. What. That didn't make sense at all, the blue-eyed girl thought and crossed her legs. "So... All in all, you're just too lazy to take it away, is that what you're trying to say? Well, if that American can bring that much snacks, then the rest can too." The reason why Prussia asked these random questions in the first place, was just to criticize and make things complicated for her teacher. This was a lot more entertaining than Elizabeth's lame lessons.

"You didn't mention the thing about turning in assignments. Try to give more detailed information next time." Maria flipped her hair proudly as if she was the Queen of the World. "And who said I wanted to take that stupid test? I don't really care. I'm just saying that teachers are supposed to make tests to check if the students remember the things they've learnt. By telling us how challenging that quiz is, it's obvious you're just using it as a threat. 'Pay attention in my classes or else..."-kind of thing. Tch, picking on your own students. How unawesome."


" Well would you rather I let you do as you please then at the end of the year you fail a ridiculous huge test ?" Elizabeth questioned " I would rather test my students by the work they do, but if you rather I do it as the others by giving you tests and lectures that will bored you to death?"
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England, Elizabeth "Alice" Kirkland

" No, but there is a fifteen minute break in between lesson, you may eat then but you are allowed to drink water in class." Elizabeth answered.



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Canada, Madeline Williams


"We're here, Ms. Kujimarou,"The quiet Canadian whispers to her polar bear that she is holding. Madeline was worried and shy about entering the class.
"Who are you?"The polar bear asks.
"I'm your owner Madeline," Madeline replies as she embraces herself for what might happen after opening the doors of Room 215.




PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


"Only water, right? If so, then that American shouldn't be allowed to have her soda present on her desk. If everyone does the same, it would be distracting. Drinking soda also makes you more thirsty, craving for more, and not to mention high, because of all the sugar. A class with loud students on crack wouldn't be nice, isn't that so?" The Prussian stated, as if it was the most logical thing to say. She knew she had a point, though. The things she had mentioned were true in a way.

After a short pause, Maria continued. "And one more thing: Your 50 questions. It wouldn't be fair! We're all different, everyone with their own personality. What if some of us are the quiet type or get easily nervous and can't answer properly every time you ask? Like... Like her!" The Prussian pointed at the Canadian who just entered the room. "Besides, quizzes exist to test the students about the things they've learnt and shouldn't be used as a punishment - That's why they're called tests in the first place!"

... What did I just say? The Prussian asked herself. ...I have no idea.




America, Amy F. Janes




Amy glared at the Prussian. " As a matter of fact, soda helps me concentrate!" The American snapped. " Since drinks aren't allowed, I guess a hamburger would be fine." Amy placed her soda in her desk and took out her large double stacked hamburger, covered with greese and oil. She stuffed her face filled with the meat in her cheeks and grinned. " Since I'm the heroine I have to take rules by myself!" She said smiling. Amy nocticed the Canadian come in.

"Yo sissy!" She smiled. The Canadian, her sister, was real close from Amy's point of view. Amy, her used up notebook which was brand new...she took out another blank notebook, but this time she would promise herself not to doodle in it. Even if she was a good pop artist or not.
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Amy glared at the Prussian. " As a matter of fact, soda helps me concentrate!" The American snapped. " Since drinks aren't allowed, I guess a hamburger would be fine." Amy placed her soda in her desk and took out her large double stacked hamburger, covered with greese and oil. She stuffed her face filled with the meat in her cheeks and grinned. " Since I'm the heroine I have to take rules by myself!" She said smiling. Amy nocticed the Canadian come in.

"Yo sissy!" She smiled. The Canadian, her sister, was real close from Amy's point of view. Amy, her used up notebook which was brand new...she took out another blank notebook, but this time she would promise herself not to doodle in it. Even if she was a good pop artist or not.



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" Well would you rather I let you do as you please then at the end of the year you fail a ridiculous huge test ?" Elizabeth questioned " I would rather test my students by the work they do, but if you rather I do it as the others by giving you tests and lectures that will bored you to death?"



PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


"Aaah, so food is allowed, then? Next time, I'll make sure to bring something too. It would be unfair if the American was the only one who had the permission to eat during class." After saying that, Prussia turned back to her teacher.

"... Aren't your lessons pretty boring too? I bet most of the students here only listen to you because of your threat. Unless they're nerds like you, that is." Maria's gaze was now fixed on her laptop-screen and the silver-haired girl started to type away on the keyboard. "Don't take this too seriously, though. I'm just pointing out things I don't understand," the Prussian added at the end.
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Amy glared at the Prussian. " As a matter of fact, soda helps me concentrate!" The American snapped. " Since drinks aren't allowed, I guess a hamburger would be fine." Amy placed her soda in her desk and took out her large double stacked hamburger, covered with greese and oil. She stuffed her face filled with the meat in her cheeks and grinned. " Since I'm the heroine I have to take rules by myself!" She said smiling. Amy nocticed the Canadian come in.

"Yo sissy!" She smiled. The Canadian, her sister, was real close from Amy's point of view. Amy, her used up notebook which was brand new...she took out another blank notebook, but this time she would promise herself not to doodle in it. Even if she was a good pop artist or not.



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" Well would you rather I let you do as you please then at the end of the year you fail a ridiculous huge test ?" Elizabeth questioned " I would rather test my students by the work they do, but if you rather I do it as the others by giving you tests and lectures that will bored you to death?"



PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


"Aaah, so food is allowed, then? Next time, I'll make sure to bring something too. It would be unfair if the American was the only one with the permission to eat during class." Prussia then turned to her teacher.

"... Aren't your lessons pretty boring too? I bet most of the students here only listen to you because of your threat. Unless they're nerds like you, that is." Maria's gaze was now fixed on her laptop-screen and the silver-haired girl started to type away on the keyboard. "Don't take this too seriously, though. I'm just pointing out things I don't get," the Prussian added at the end.


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Amy chuckled. " I would be the one who gets the food because I'm the heroine!" She placed a pose and soon sat down. Still eating her hamburger, she finished while licking her fingers. She cleaned her fingers with her jacket and grinned. " Elizabeth was boring from the start!" The American teased. Amy stared down at her notebook, what to write?

Note number 1. Learned about...nothing. Dudes this is boring.

Amy envied the Prussian. A laptop? How come she doesn't have it?! " How come Prussia has a laptop and all the others don't?" Amy questioned. " Only people with disabilties have that." Amy said. It looks as if writing on the laptop seemed fun and exciting, plus spell checks! They would always have that!
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America, Amy F. Janes


Amy chuckled. " I would be the one who gets the food because I'm the heroine!" She placed a pose and soon sat down. Still eating her hamburger, she finished while licking her fingers. She cleaned her fingers with her jacket and grinned. " Elizabeth was boring from the start!" The American teased. Amy stared down at her notebook, what to write?

Note number 1. Learned about...nothing. Dudes this is boring.

Amy envied the Prussian. A laptop? How come she doesn't have it?! " How come Prussia has a laptop and all the others don't?" Amy questioned. " Only people with disabilties have that." Amy said. It looks as if writing on the laptop seemed fun and exciting, plus spell checks! They would always have that!



PRUSSIA, Maria Weilschmidt


Ugh. Lame. Maria thought, and decided to ignore the other's childish acts. But when the American seemed to be agreeing with her about the boring-part, the corners of her lips curled up a bit. "See? I'm not the only one who thinks that," she told the teacher. "Maybe you should go back to school and become a student again." This was so awesome. Hah, America could be useful at times.

"You're asking why I have a laptop? Well, maybe it's 'cause I bought it," the Prussian said, stating the obvious as if Amy was some kind of idiot who didn't even understand a simple thing as that. "And no, in many European countries, high school students are allowed to use their laptop at school. So why shouldn't I be allowed to bring mine? I say everyone should bring their laptops to class, what d'ya think?"
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