Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
About Varied / Hobbyist Member Susan WongFemale/United States Recent Activity
Deviant for 3 Years
Needs Premium Membership
Statistics 171 Deviations 4,199 Comments 4,691 Pageviews

Newest Deviations

Favourites

Activity


A Christmas video script featuring Hetalia and Reader


Hello everyone, :iconhanafa732: here. I just want to inform you that the following written content is meant to be visualized alongside the song posted below, since it is more or less a description of what I imagined while listening to the track. I also want to warn you that this reader insert will involve having you lipsync in a church where a Christmas service will take place, just in case you feel uncomfortable with the idea. With that in mind, I hope you'll enjoy this written piece and thanks for reading.




First verse:  (Name) pulls an old album photo from a book shelf.  She looks down briefly at it before turning to her host, Feliciano (at her right), and mouths "Can I look?" and he nods. They both settle on the sofa and open the album. As (name) pages through the pictures of Feliciano and his grandfather, Feliciano starts to tear. 

Second verse: Alfred stands in front of a different house as the door opens from behind by Veteran!Ludwig. The latter has dog-tags draped round his neck and his right leg in a cast. The man outside kindly offers a boquet of flowers and scene changes to the two being at a cemetary, with Alfred lowering the flowers in front of a grave. He then turns to see Ludwig standing behind him and tearing up.

Chorus: (Name) and Alfred will lipsync the lyrics. (Name) will do so in an indoor setting while Alfred does it outdoors. Halfway through the chorus, both will close their eyes and lift up their chins.

Third verse: Quick sighting of Vash Zwingli and his sister sitting happily on a bench. Followed by (Name)'s and Alfred's appearence in separate locations of the town. Scene changes to a penitentiary, where Prisoner!Gilbert lightly brushes his hand against the whitewashed brick of his cell. A baton lightly raps against his door and he turns to look. PrisonWarden!England smiles gently and offers Gilbert a thermos of hot cocoa. Gilbert smiles, takes the cocoa and the two shake hands. 

Second chorus: (Name) and Alfred would lipsync the lyrics from their placement in the town scape. Halfway through the chorus, both would lift up their arms as well as their faces.

Final verse: (Name) gently grasps a railing as she looks at a nativity scene set in front of a church. While doing so, she lipsyncs the lyrics and Alfred would join her in the viewing. Both will then contemplatively look up at the image of a cross. Upon the last line, both "singers" will turn to each other.

Final Chorus: (Name) and Alfred are now lipsyncing the lyrics within the church sanctuary. Both of them have microphones in their hands and they are facing each other in their act to perform a duet. Alongside them singing, there are also brief scenes of other Hetalia members entering the Church and interacting with one another. For example, Feliciano helps Ludwig remove his coat and find a comfortable seat. At the repeat of the final line, everyone officially settles down for "service" and both "singers" give each other a hug while tearing up.
Christmas Makes Me Cry
I hope that you readers appreciated the simple format I had in my writing. I originally wanted to write this as a proper script (www.writersstore.com/how-to-wr… ), but upon research, I felt too lazy to learn the format and apply it on this non-dialogue based writing. There was also a part of me that wanted to be very specific on details like camera angling and wardrobe. The reason why I didn't write so much was because the key to your enjoyment would your imagination. Since every mind has it's differences, rather than forcing you to think exactly what I imagined while hearing this song, it was better for me to keep writing simple, to a minimum, and let you guys visualize what you read into your own unique experience. 

With that said, a Merry Christmas to you all and for those who don't celebrate, Happy Holidays.

Hetalia copyright Hidekaz Himuraya
Credit for the song goes to the singer Mandisa and Sparrow Records
Loading...
  • Listening to: Barlow Girl - O Holy Night
  • Drinking: Hot Water
Hey guys, I hope for all of you Americans that you were able to enjoy the last four days off. I know I have.

I spent my Thanksgiving day with my paternal relatives. We arrived at my Aunt's house at about one and enjoyed a lunch of dim sum that my Uncle had bought before his family left Chinatown. The highlights of this year's family gathering was playing Heads Up Charades with my brothers and cousins. We played the game during the late evening before coming into the kitchen to eat dinner. There was shrimp with edemame, three cup chicken, rice, greens, soda etc (and for those who are curious, no turkey). Most of us kids ate in the family room where we could watch How to Train Your Dragon 2. I have never watched that movie before and can now see why it was so popular among deviants. Soon after the movie ended, there was dessert and then my family had to leave. 

On Friday, nothing much other than catching up on sleep and household chores. On Saturday, we set up and decorated the Christmas Tree in my house and on Sunday, I learned how to play a new Indie card game (don't know the title) and won a round (by dumb luck and help from an experienced player).

Well, in the face of tonight and tomorrow, I hope that everybody has a good night sleep and thank you for reading this.
    I left some sunflower seeds out today and I saw the said bird family again. They seem to be taking a couple of precautions from yesterday's debaucle. For example, the juvenile is taking her breakfast in the nearby bushes so if a fight breaks out, she won't be watching it directly. As for the appearing blue jays, it seems the parents won't let eat without giving them a beat down. Granted, the jays are still able to attain some of the seeds, but I think the cardinals are trying to make their eating more of a hollow victory. Well, other than a pesky chipmunk and a little broomwork, that is the most activity that's been happening in my front yard. 

PS: My family sampled some Indian sweets today. 
    As you already know, I've been leaving sunflower seeds out on the patio to feed and watch a cardinal. Today, he not only came with his mate, but also with their daughter. The child was in her juvenile state (farm4.static.flickr.com/3101/2… ) and during the beginning of their visit, she would sit on the floor and get fed by her father. It was fun to watch, until a blue jay came along. Being the aggressive bird he/she is, the jay tried chasing the family away from the seeds. This resulted in a fight between him/her and the parents. The juvenile was so frightened, she flew off and her parents followed her soon afterwards. It seems the blue jay won that fight, but I'm not worried for the cardinals, they'll probably find another food source for their child. 
    So recently, I've been leaving sunflower seeds out on the patio to see and satisfy this red cardinal, but other birds would come by to take a bite. Today, I saw these blue jays and they were very fun to watch. I think they were a mother with her juvenile(s) because while one of the blue jays was actually picking and eating, the other was doing this silly dance. The latter kept lifting and shaking it's wings while making these light raspy screeches. There was this one moment in which another blue jay joined the dancer and bobbed his head up and down while sitting on the patio fence. Unfortunately for them, there were very little sunflower seeds left to eat, and I wasn't willing to replenish the supply. There also won't be any food for them tomorrow either because my parents are occupying the patio to grill some meat. Oh well, it was great to have a chance to see the blue jays in their silliness nonetheless. 

deviantID

HanaFa732
Susan Wong
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United States
Three Interesting Things about Myself:

1) My main pet peev is seeing dead worms while washing vegetables.
2) I once used a Sunday School lesson in an English presentation
3) I was licked by a bird (a sweet, little parakeet)
  • Listening to: Barlow Girl - O Holy Night
  • Drinking: Hot Water
Hey guys, I hope for all of you Americans that you were able to enjoy the last four days off. I know I have.

I spent my Thanksgiving day with my paternal relatives. We arrived at my Aunt's house at about one and enjoyed a lunch of dim sum that my Uncle had bought before his family left Chinatown. The highlights of this year's family gathering was playing Heads Up Charades with my brothers and cousins. We played the game during the late evening before coming into the kitchen to eat dinner. There was shrimp with edemame, three cup chicken, rice, greens, soda etc (and for those who are curious, no turkey). Most of us kids ate in the family room where we could watch How to Train Your Dragon 2. I have never watched that movie before and can now see why it was so popular among deviants. Soon after the movie ended, there was dessert and then my family had to leave. 

On Friday, nothing much other than catching up on sleep and household chores. On Saturday, we set up and decorated the Christmas Tree in my house and on Sunday, I learned how to play a new Indie card game (don't know the title) and won a round (by dumb luck and help from an experienced player).

Well, in the face of tonight and tomorrow, I hope that everybody has a good night sleep and thank you for reading this.

AdCast - Ads from the Community

×

Comments


Add a Comment:
 
:iconabalamanderson:
AbalamAnderson Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Professional Digital Artist
Hello my fellow my deviant! I want to personally invite you to join my wonderful group, FantasyLegends and to submit your wonderful art with us! We accept all art forms. Also, can you possibly consider donating to me because I would love to make this a Super-Group in time. If you want too, then click this link abalamanderson.deviantart.com/… and I would be very grateful and also, I'll feature you as well! Thanks so much if you do! La la la la 

Also, I have sent you a wonderful Llama. I Fav'd some of your fine art-works and I also became a Watcher! Oh my, I just loaded you up with awesomeness!! :happybounce: 
And, have a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year as well my friend! Hug 
Cheers and thanks in advance should you join my group and/or donate! Giggle 
Rue Grin Llama-Emoji-12 (Left and Right) [V1] Llama Emoji-09 (Drinking Tea) [V1] 
Reply
:iconpiscean-cat-14:
Piscean-Cat-14 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hey there, I tagged you =)
Reply
:iconhanafa732:
HanaFa732 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
All right. I'll try to write the journal entry by the end of this week. 
Reply
:iconpiscean-cat-14:
Piscean-Cat-14 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
part two, if you want it [link]
Reply
:iconhanafa732:
HanaFa732 Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I have only two things to say:
1. LOLZ on India's (I thought it'll actually be scary)
2. That hotel has Russian lettering and they still couldn't guess?!
Reply
:iconpiscean-cat-14:
Piscean-Cat-14 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Reply
:iconhanafa732:
HanaFa732 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You're right. The art has improved. Too bad I'm out of my Hetalia obsession though.
Reply
:iconpiscean-cat-14:
Piscean-Cat-14 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
aww its ok
Reply
:iconhanafa732:
HanaFa732 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
What they said about the Asians is so true though (go home, get cursed! answer the phone, get cursed!) The only thing they left out is that even the funny Chinese movies can be scary sometimes and the humor isn't corny compared to the American junk.
Reply
:iconpiscean-cat-14:
Piscean-Cat-14 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
this was a really nice vid I found and though you'd like it. its a bit suggestive but not too sexual
[link]
Reply
Add a Comment: