|Reviews for The World, Piece by Piece|
| Polly Little chapter 6 . 3/4
Carpe diem always make me think of fish...
The dancing one is the reason to spin down the corridor at school, however many wierd looks you get.
| Polly Little chapter 5 . 3/4
We're taught Celsius, but people above a certain age use Fahrenheit. Like metres and feet.
| Polly Little chapter 2 . 3/4
It sounds so random to start, but actually makes perfect sense.
| AshesOnTheWind chapter 27 . 12/1/2014
Y'know I really don't like it when people insist the FACE family has to have a mother because then the reasons people give for making England the mother are because he does embroidery and knitting and stuff - *cue angry rant about gender roles* - or if people were to make it France it would probably be because he's way more effeminate so again *cue angry rant about society's definition of feminine*.
BUT THIS WAS FABULOUS AND I AM NOT TRYING TO RANT AT YOU OR ANYTHING SO YAH...
| AshesOnTheWind chapter 18 . 12/1/2014
Ehh...St George's day? Which I don't actually know the date of...#somuchpatriotism
Also, England (the real life country) actually has a very high standard of dental care xD
| AshesOnTheWind chapter 5 . 12/1/2014
Eh UK doesn't really use Fahrenheit. Like I can't think of a single person from there that would know what it really is, but I suppose you're right in that it'd be more likely that thermometers and stuff would have a Fahrenheit setting but yeah I never get it.
This was hilarious by the way xD
| thisisup-upisno chapter 43 . 1/4/2014
Eddie, how I love you!
| thisisup-upisno chapter 40 . 1/4/2014
AND SO WE MEET AGAIN, CoE! How I missed you!
| Glaceon1362 chapter 42 . 11/21/2013
We just did a project on this. We had to rewrite the Address.
It felt like this.
| terracotta29 chapter 7 . 11/26/2011
I've had the 'Opposite Day Paradox' conversation about a million time XD
| happy4eva1996 chapter 6 . 5/7/2011
This is such a coincidence that I'm studying Carpe diem in school right now.
Good story's btw
| HatterUpHigh chapter 25 . 11/15/2010
I'm sorry, were these tortures American or German?
| Ophelion chapter 28 . 10/17/2010
Wow, those drabbles are really quite something! What a variety! From witty to fluffy to tragic to horrible (in a good way).
My favourite ones were "Metaphor" (deep), "Degrees" (funny), "Connection" (badass), and "We All Float On" (depressing). I love how you've got some good historical background for some of them, like for "Connection" and "RIP". I didn't quite get "Itch" and the ending of "Crumble", though, but the latter was darn sad. In a good way, again. :')
Thanks a lot for the read! This is amazing for one-chapter-a-day! Cheers!
| TheDawnCatcher chapter 46 . 7/9/2010
Poor Spain! Just thinking about him beng so lonely in that house of his makes me upset. ...Though I wonder whatever happened to Portugal...
| TheDawnCatcher chapter 22 . 7/9/2010
Oh my Gods, oh my gods, oh my Gods... This is so scary and so true right now, though I hardly want to admit it. Didn't he say it! Gorbachev said this would happen, and now...