Again, corrections etc are more than welcome!
Prussia: Heey! West!
I'll clean up while you're gone!
Germany: Ah, I'm already done with the cleaning.
Prussia: Ain't it the truth.
As expected from my precious little brother.
Then, got anything you need help with?
Germany: There's no need for you to bother.
I can generally do things by myself.
Prussia: Then leave the things you generally can't do by yourself to me!
Germany: I. am. fine!!
Well, nii-san... I'm leaving, don't get involved in any strange business.
Prussia: Heh heh heh heh!
Prussia: Sigh... It's like he only inherited my, Saxony and Hessen's stubborn traits...
Anyway, I'll at least dust off the books in the library!
Damn it! He even keeps the rooms that are supposed to be dusty clean!
Ah, crap. I'll just sweep between the books!! ...hn?
Don't let your diary lie around all open...
That's not like you at all...
Even the awesome me will be tempted to read...
For a moment, I thought I read the word "painful" there...
Diary: Month O Day X
Even now, in Europe, we're in such circumstances that the EU cannot afford to be unprepared.
Image: *scribble scrible scribble scribble*
Diary: Well, although I worry about Italy on all fronts in any era...
France cooperates well and works hard under these circumstances.
Although there are times when I don't want to go on with all the expectations and pressure...
Since I am being depended on, I have to take the initiative and do my best.
Prussia: ... ... ...
> Stop there
Germany: ... I'm home.
Prussia: I'm done cleaning the library!
Germany: You really needn't have bothered, nii-san.
I can do that much by myself.
Since the unification until now I've done everything by myself.
This kind of thing is no problem for me.
Don't overdo it!
Prussia: Not just with this, historically speaking too, Germans are quick to overreach themselves!
You're not alone.
Me and Saxony and Bayern... and Brandenburg and then there's, um, Hessen and Holstein...
Germany: It's ok, I got it, I got it.
Prussia: Don't forget that all your older brothers (nii-chans) are with you!
Prussia: Oh, but I'm the first onii-chan. I won't give up that one.
Germany: What's with this objection.
And if you chose to...
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Diary: Month O Day (triangle)
I'm familiar with maids at my own house, but in Japan's house things seem a bit different.
Waiters at cafés seem to be dressed in unusual maid outfits...
America and France seemed to want to have a look, so I was dragged along by that strange crowd.
(France: Gotta try things!
As expected, I was like... what is this.
It was all a bit much, so I left soon...
Well, the outfits had this peculiar sense to them that wasn't bad.
Germany: ... I'm home.
Prussia: Yo West!
Welcome homesesese...! My master.... ppfrrbt!!
Germany: Nii-san what did you look at!!
And thus, it was found out that he had read his brother's diary, and Prussia-san got to eat dinner lonely by himself that night.