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Reblog if you're still in the Hetalia fandom

^ All the actors recieved a picture of their character as a gift, drawn by Himaruya Hidekaz himself.

The actors say that they now have more energy than ever and will - with the power Hidekaz has sent to them - give everything they’ve got for the remaining performances in Tokyo and Osaka.

Good luck guys ^^

REBLOG ONLY IF YOU FOLLOW AND POST ANYTHING HETALia,you don't have to be a main hetalia blog

this is the second time in doing this , this fandom is dYING FOR REAL

I MEAN ANYTHING HETALIA
ANYTHING

The way countries says pineapple
  • Denmark: Ananas
  • Germany: Ananas
  • France: Ananas
  • Finland: Ananas
  • Hungary: Ananas
  • Iceland: Ananas
  • Italy: Ananas
  • Norway: Ananas
  • Poland: Ananas
  • Romania: Ananas
  • Turkey: Ananas
  • Sweden: Ananas
  • America: No! Come on guys its Pineapple!
  • England: I hate to say this, but i agree with America.
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☀— Victorian Era Ball —☀
This honestly took me a long time to finish (90% because of procrastination) but I’m glad I’m finally done with this piece! Now I can move on to drawing something else, yay! I apologize for some period inaccuracies, but I tried! 8^)));;;
The girl France is dancing with is Jeanne d’Arc.
The Asian on the upper rightmost corner is Macau.
Added cropped/zoomed images to showcase the details.

Hetalia birthday scenarios

Month:

January: America
February: Prussia
March: Japan
April: Russia
May: England
June: Italy
July: Spain
August: Germany
September: France
October: China
November: Romano
December: Canada

Day:

1. Gives you flowers
2. Jumps in your bed
3. Pranks you
4. Goes shopping with you
5. Sends you a hot picture of him
6. Cooks for you
7. Stalks you
8. Bought you a gift
9. Serenades you
10. Protects you
11. Asks you out
12. Jumps out of a plane and lands right in front of you
13. Throws you a surprise party
14. Locks you up in his basement
15. Writes you love letters
16. Dreams about you
17. Punches you in the face
18. Breaks into your house
19. Spies on you
20. Asks you to marry him
21. Challenges you to a duel
22. Got you drunk
23. Annoys the hell out of you
24. Wants to invade your vital regions
25. Sneaks into your room at night and watches you sleep
26. Wants to become one with you
27. Challenges you to a dance-off
28. Kidnaps you
29. Thinks about you right now
30. Is hiding under your bed
31. Would do anything for you

Zodiac sign:

Aries: Because he’s secretly in love with you
Taurus: Because he’s gone totally mad
Gemini: Because he wants you to notice him
Cancer: Because he cares about you
Leo: Because he wants to show who’s the boss
Virgo: Because you’re the only thing he can think about
Libra: Because love isn’t a simple thing
Scorpio: Because PASTA!
Sagittarius: Because you deserve it
Capricorn: Because you have no social life
Aquarius: Because you’re sexy
Pisces: Because you’re special to him

About Spanish surnames

I haven’t been on this fandom for a long time but I noticed something that as a Spanish Hetalian really bothers me: the fact that people remove Spain’s first surname when using his human name.

In Spain (I would say in every Spanish speaking country, but I’m not sure if this happens in all of them) we have two surnames. The first one is your father’s surname and the second is your mother’s. This is really cool in my opinion because that way you keep both of your parents surnames. Also, women don’t have to change their surname when they get married.

For example: let’s suppose there’s a couple in which the husband is called Mateo Sánchez Romero and the bride is Marta Pérez López. They have a daughter called Isabel. Her full name would be Isabel Sánchez Pérez. When she’s older she marries a guy called Alberto Ramírez González. Her surnames would still be Sánchez Pérez and if they have kids their surnames would be Ramírez Sánchez.

So, every time you wanna use Spain’s human name you have to use either just the first surname or both of them. You should say “Antonio Fernández” or “Antonio Fernández Carriedo” NOT “Antonio Carriedo”. You should also say “Mister Fernández” or “Mister Fernández Carriedo” but NOT “Mister Carriedo” (it’s better if you use both surnames anyways).

I hope this has helped people to know a bit more about Spanish culture. You may continue on scrolling through your dashboard and do safe fangirling.

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hetabook series: #5 
     rihanna: who run the world??  /  me: aph girls

Childhood Hetalia - Best babysitter

Romano is not pleased with this babysitter.

Romano, Spain & Italy © Himaruya Hidekaz

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Hetalia Beautiful World Original Cels continued

Part 1: http://middletails.tumblr.com/post/121618773006

Part 2: http://middletails.tumblr.com/post/121628229985

Part 3: http://middletails.tumblr.com/post/121692126399

RULES
  • Prussia: Rules were made to be broken.
  • Germany: Rules were made to be followed. Nothing is made to be broken.
  • Spain: Uh, piñatas.
  • England: Glow sticks.
  • Japan: Karate boards.
  • Italy: Spaghetti, when you have a small pot.
  • Prussia: And rules!