Dating a apainard

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"he apologized once more ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- And that peeps was the end of chapter two, i hope you guys like it and enjoy it!if you have anything you want me to write in the next chapter just post it in the comments below and i will be happy to add it to my fanfic!! Antonio watched this very surprised, he has never taked a bath in this things!, he instantly taked his cloths off and went in the thub, Lovino blushed heavily at this "a-ah! "he said and rushed out of the bathroom slamming the door closed, he went to his room and flopped down "...."he smiled and hugged his pillow..."he said with his kind smile, Lovino looked at him and sat up "ah, yes sorry..."he stood and taked some baggy pant and a t-shirt tosing them to the apainard. .."he said turning around but then he stopped and looked at him "u-um Lovino?

.."he called, Lovino sighed and looked at him "..what?Antonio smiled bright at the sight of his new room and went in sitting on the bed to then look up at the italian, tilting his head as he saw his sad look to then blink ".pasta! Lovino went into the kitchen and started to prepare the food and a glass of water going upstairs to put the plate on the nightstand table beside the bed "here...eat, and if you want you can take a bath later"he sat next to him, Antonio sat back up and taked the plate and the fork eagerly starting to eat, Lovino watched him and smiled lightly, he then looked away, damnit! "he said as his eyes sparkled, Lovino looked at him and nodded "thanks...let's go to give you a bath and then you can sleep.."the italian said standing up and walking outside the room and towards the bathroom "follow me damnit!"he said seeing that the Spainard wasn't following him.There are still older Mexican-Americans who view "Chicano" as something less than respectful.It should only be used to describe those of Mexican descent, not those of Central or South American descent.The most straightforward of the three cultural identifiers may be the word .