International Affairs of School ch.3"So, let me get this straight. You are planning a party in the basement of the school to start the school year with Gilbert and his friends, and you are planning to have alcohol there?"
"Yep, since its Friday and school doesn't start until Monday it'll work out perfectly! So what ya think Mattie?"
Matthew stared at his brother in disbelief, "That sounds like a completely idiotic plan to me but some how expected, and how do you think your going to get alcohol in the school and get away with it?"
Alfred's grin grew, "There aren't any teachers downstairs, its for students only, and there's plenty of people here that had gotten alcohol in the school! It's actually common, France always has some wine on him, and there's this guy named Ivan, who is also Russia, that has never been without vodka the entire time he went here! Even Italy and Romano got a bottle of wine in here without being noticed!"
Even though they were alone in Matthews room with the door closed, the Canadian still felt unea
International Affairs of School ch.2Alfred was chatting away with his new friends, Arthur wasn't really that much in the conversation though. He was still grumbling angrily about the burger Alfred stuffed in his mouth when he said they were gross.
Ludwig was talking about how annoying his brother could be or something like that, Alfred wasn't really listening.
"... Gilbert has got to learn to respect-"
"Wait, Gilbert Weillschmidt?" Alfred suddenly broke in, he all but yelled it across the table. (his terms of yelling any way.)
"Yes that is my brothers name. You know him?" the Germans question was more of a statement.
"Yeah I know him! Although I wish I never met him, I don't know how Mattie could stand him!" from the confused looks he got Alfred could very well guess what they would ask.
"Who?" It was Arthur who asked.
"Matthew, my brother. Don't you remember? He just left fifteen minutes ago."
Understand replaced the confusion from them. "I should probably go find him before Gilbert does, I don't like him talking