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Meinen Leiblingsbrüder
GermanyxReaderxPrussia

You burst through the door of your brothers' home with a loud call of their names. You had been offered an opportunity to be housed in an American home across the Atlantic Ocean and had gladly gone for the two month experience, but by the time you got off the plane, all you wanted was to see your brothers.

"Gilbert! Ludwig!" you shouted, throwing your bags in the doorway and standing with your arms spread wide. "Wo seit ihr?" [Where are you?]

You could hear a crash, followed by the running footsteps of your older brother. The scrawny 21-year-old stared at you with wide red eyes and a bright grin. "(F/n)!" he shouted back at you, nearly flying through the hall to crash into your embrace.

The younger brother, Ludwig, calmly made his way to the hall entrance from his office. "Hallo, (F/n)." [Hello]

"Tag!" [Hi] you smiled up at him. Still propping Gilbert up as he clung to you, you stumbled over to your more mature brother, who tightly folded his arms around you as well.

Giggling, you stretched your arms off of Gilbert and around the giant 18-year-old. Ludwig pressed a light kiss to your forehead and pulled away, telling you that he was happy you were home but that he had work to do.

And that he was cooking.

You had missed his food, and your stomach grumbled at the thought. You wanted to rush to the kitchen, but Gilbert still held you close. Groaning, you asked him to let go.

"Wer ist dein Lieblingsbruder?" [Who is your favorite brother?]

From his small office, Ludwig poked his head out of the door, wondering what would cause such an idiotic question. When he saw you pouting in Gilbert's arms, he smiled fondly and got back to work with a stoic expression. However, he still listened for your answer.

Needless to say, you were taken aback, though you hid it under a bored mask. Sighing, you rolled your (e/c) eyes and opened your mouth.

Gilbert beamed, sure of his title as the favorite in the family.

But, of course, you being the bitter and sardonic teenager you were, you rolled your response over in your mind before releasing the words into the open.

"Mein Lieblingsbruder ist," [My favorite brother is] your expression remained stony, as though you were simply reciting vocab from a book, "Ludwig."

The pale adult grinned, snickering a bit. "Dank-" [Thank-] but the word froze on his lips when his brain finally processed your answer. Quickly, he released you and looked at your pursed lips and bored eyes.

He took a step back. "W-was?" [W-what?] he gasped, clutching a hand to his chest dramatically as he began a rant about how much more 'awesome' he was then your other brother.

You sighed, knowing very well just how long such a pity party could go on for. Slowly sliding your feet across the floor, you made it to the kitchen, finally.

"Haben wir eine Cola?" [Do we have any soda?] you shouted through the house.

Ludwig smirked from his spot at his desk before heaving himself up. "Nein. Das ist ungesund. Du bist in Deutschland, nicht in Amerika." [No. That isn't healthy. You're in Germany, not America]

Rolling your eyes at your brother's health obsession, you tugged open the fridge and grabbed a bottle of water.

"Ja, ja," [Yes, yes] you muttered to yourself, "Ich habe keinen Lieblingsbruder." [I have no favorite brother]

Turning around, you were startled by the large figure of Ludwig. "Was?" [What?] was all he asked, one eyebrow raised bemusedly.

You gulped, ducking past him. "N-nichts!" [N-nothing].

"Gut." [Good]

Title means My Favorite Brothers!

BTDUBS guys, I made the YouTube account! Check it out! [link]

LOVE YOU ALL!

Guys... I feel like an idiot... My German was totally wrong on this. It's all fixed now, with the help of some watchful readers.
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FilipinaHetalian Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
You, my friend, are awesome. :iconpewdiebrofistplz:
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Whoo! :iconpewdiepieplz:
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:iconfilipinahetalian:
FilipinaHetalian Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
XD Awesome! I don't watch Pewdie, but I'm planning to!
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BunnymundLover4ever1 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I like this a lot! :) and reading stories with Ludwig and Gilbert in them helps me with my German language learning skills :)
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Ah well this one would do it!
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BunnymundLover4ever1 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Yep! ^^
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izzyisawesome99 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Tag means day
Hallo means hello if you wanna use that instead
Or guten tag for good day
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
... I realize that, in the literal translation, "Guten Tag" means "good day". However, if you actually went to Germany, a casual way to greet your friends would be "Tag" in the similar way that you would say "hi" in America.

Thank you for trying to help, however.
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venblack1398 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2013  Hobbyist
No it's not... But whatever west Germans are weirdos.
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izzyisawesome99 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
how does that work....other places i've never been are so confusing
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Meh. Languages are weird.
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NebelWolke Featured By Owner May 27, 2013
You can also say "Tag" as "hi" ...
We say this :D

But it is 'eine' Cola and there must ba 'in' between 'nicht' and 'America'

Now I feel like a nerd... sorry for beeing like a know-it-all ...
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner May 27, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
It's fine!
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sarpndo Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Teehee. I wish I had brothers. :( I love this, super cute.
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idingdongditchyou Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
This same situation happened to me once except I have 6 brothers and a Dad and onetime when I got home from College for Christmas (we celebrate Christmas alone,then got to our family's for New Years) and everyone asked me 'who your favorite boy?!?!' those exact words, ugghhh.... I said my dog 'ichigo' and then they all beat me up even my papa! Why Mom why?! wgy'd you leave me with all these boys?!
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Haha. That sucks. For me, it's the exact opposite. My papa is the only boy in the house (other than a cat and dog) and has to put up with me, my mama, my auntie, and my sister all the time!
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CountrygalxHetalia Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Awww!! I love it!!
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Danke!
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Queen-of-the-Pride Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
:iconflailingplz: I loveded it!
And I'm now watching you on youtube XD :iconlelurkplz:
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Yay!
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TenshiNoAkasuna Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Cute. :D But I have to correct some german translations, although it's not your fault, just want you to know the right!
"Wo bist Sie?" That would in english actually mean "Where are" (are as in the second person singular) and the last word would be translated "You" as in the second person plural. You meant the second person singular, didn't you? Then it's "Wo bist du?" in german. :)
"Hat wir einem Cola?" = "Has we a/one cola?"
So it has to be "Haben wir eine cola?". :/ Yes, the google translator is the retardest one I know. :D
And again: nice story!! And I really didn't want to sound rude at all because of my corrections!
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Craaaaap! Sorry, I'm currently a bit delirious... I didn't use Google translate, though. It was just me going through my German book before finals and deciding to write a story. But, at the time, (and currently) I'm drugged up on PM meds...
The flu sucks...

But I did mean the second person plural...
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TenshiNoAkasuna Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
You've meant the second person plural? Well, then, it would've bin "Wo sind Sie?". :D

Do you have German as a school lesson? O_O
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TenshiNoAkasuna Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
*been
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah. I just fixed it.

And I'm supposed to be taking my German finals right now, but I'm home with the flu. Hence my crap German.
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TenshiNoAkasuna Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
Well, then I hope you're getting well soon (if i understand it right: you're ill). (:
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks. (Yeah, I came home with a fever yesterday and it still hasn't broken. Joy.)
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TenshiNoAkasuna Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013
Although I don't like school I would rather go there than being ill... And no problem, everybody knows how "painful" it is.
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Lassie-C-123 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
XD I love it!
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Cool!
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skye-pixie Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This was super cute! I thought Ludwig was going to kill me for a second there....
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah... He'd be a pretty scary brother...
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MurderScreamer Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Professional General Artist
XD this is AWESOME! :iconprussiadivaplz:
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Danke!
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OddDisease Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconthumbsupplz:
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SaeLinLee Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice story~ c:
But, if you don't mind, there are a few things to correct... Just to begin with the heading. It has to be 'meine Lieblingsbrüder', what you wrote don't make any sense...
"Wo bist Sie?" has to be "Wo bist du?"
"Hat wir einem Cola?" -> "Haben wir Cola?"
"Ich habe keine Lieblingsbruder." -> "Ich habe keinen Lieblingsbruder."
Also you wrote something "Leiblings", but I'm sure, you didn't do this on purpose.
I'm sorry, if I sound rude in any way... Really. I just can't stand it, if there are incorrect things anywhere, I'm really, really sorry >.<
And, I actually always thought, 'coke' would be english for 'Cola'...
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
God... I really shouldn't study my German while sick with the flu... I do mean "Wo bist Sie?" though, do to the fact that it's plural and (at least in my book) Sie is the plural of du.

And Cola is soda. (Again, so says my book)

Thank you for your help, though!
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SaeLinLee Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, probably you shouldn't xD
Ah, okay. Yeah, that's right, but then, it has to be "Wo sind sie?"
Because, if you write 'Sie' in capitals, it's an address [or whatever you want to call it]
You know, just the formal form of 'du', you use for adults.
Okay... I asked Google about 'soda', and it said, it isn't just coke/Cola, more something like a soft drink, or leo.org says 'Limonade'
No problem, I always love to help :D
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Limonade is lemonade.
And I was wrong... Again... I meant "Wo sind Sie?"

But in my book, "Sie" is always capitalized... Or maybe not. I officially have the flu so I'm a bit delirious...
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SaeLinLee Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, I know. I meant this as an example or something like that xP
Oh, that's no problem, of course, as long as you try your best! No master fell from heaven, you always have to practise, and then you sometime don't really have to think about it [wtf.. what's that..?]
Even I still make mistakesin English, and I learn it since I'm 4 or 5! [Okay, from first to fourth grade I actually didn't learn something new..]
But I always tried, and practised, so now I can read and mostly write English without problems.

And, are you sure about that, by the way? Because for me it sounds, like Reader-chan asks "Where are you?" and that would be "Wo seit ihr?" xD
Ja, ja, German is difficult xP

Okay? That's weird oO
Oh, then get better soon! c:
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
... Is German your native language?

I am SOOOO sorry. I totally screwed up on ALL of the translations on this. What would be the correct way to ask "Where are you?" in this context? Clearly you know better than me.

Sorry if this sounds sarcastic, I'm being completely honest here.

THANKS!
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SaeLinLee Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, I live in Germany and was also born there, so probably it is xD

Oh well, really, no problem. That really happens, and it's not your native language, and also you're sick... so, really, that's just understandable c;
Mmmh.. As I understand it [Reader-chan asks them where they are], it has to be "Wo seit ihr?"

Yeah, but I'm quite sure that you didn't learn German since you're born c;
And, no problem, again. I prefer people being honest [at least in the most times], anyway.

And... you're welcome? xD
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Azu-nyan136 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Blagh, soda. MAYBE I TURNED INTO AN AMERICAN AFTER STAYING FOR MONTHS!!

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redvelvetdreams Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome dialogue you got there I love it<3
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Danke!
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redvelvetdreams Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Bitte~ -w-
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mikmik121 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
There's soda in Germany...
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Yeah, I know, but not only can I hardly imagine Ludwig allowing soda in his house, my German teacher spent a whole class period on how German's are total nuts about health. I.e. mineral water as opposed to regular water, no chlorine in the tap, etc.
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mikmik121 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
I can see that.
But I can see Gil stashing it somewhere in the house too. XD
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vengefulamber Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
True...

But do you think he'd share? ;)




I can't express how awesome it is to be talking to you right now.
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