You decided to untwist yourself and go into the bridge shape. You removed your left hand and began turning your body. However when your back was perpendicular to the mat you realised that the blue closest to you would lead you under Arthur's left arm that was by your right hand. “Hurry up ma chérie.” Francis said to you. You tried to glare at the Frenchman but you were unable to properly. You ducked your head under Arthur’s arm and put your hand down. He was facing downwards and your heads were now really close.
“So… How’s life?” You asked trying to break the stare of the Brit above you. His eyes narrowed in suspicion when you spoke to him.
“Angleterre, left foot green.” Francis said. England looked down and blushed. Why was he blushing? Because the easiest green for him would be over both of your legs, placing him completely above you. After a few moments of indecision, he finally picked up his leg and placed it over you.
“Ohonhonhon~, what a position!”
“Hurry up and spin it you frog!”
“Actually, I think I shall go and fetch myself a drink.”
“WHAT?” You and Arthur shouted in unison. Francis just laughed as he left the two of you mid-game. You sighed and looked up at England, who looked back at you intently.
“Is something wrong Arthur?”
“N-no, just waiting for the bloody frog to get back.” He replied. At this moment his beautiful emerald eyes would look anywhere but at you.
A few minutes later your arm and legs felt weak, and Francis still wasn’t back. Being really competitive, you couldn’t let Arthur win. But it hurt. “Ready to give up love?” The Brit above you teased. Deciding that you would give in in a few seconds, you kicked his right leg from under him. He lost his balance, but instead of falling to the left, he basically just fell downwards, taking you with him. After the initial shock of falling, you noticed how Arthur had fallen. You were under him, and he was straddling you. You tried to squirm away from him, but he just chuckled. “You caused this love, now you should deal with the consequences.”
You were never playing Twister with Arthur Kirkland again…