denmark (character)

Allen: I’m not mad. I just want to know. 

Alfred: I did. I broke it- 

Allen: No. No, you didn’t. Francis? 

Francis: Don’t look at me. Look at Arthur. 

Arthur: What?! I didn’t break it. 

Francis: Huh. That’s weird. How did you even know it was broken? 

Arthur: Because it’s sitting right in front of us and it’s broken. 

Francis: Suspicious. 

Arthur: No, it’s not! 

Gilbert: If it matters, probably not… Matthew was the last one to use it. 

Matthew: Liar! I don’t even drink that crap! 

Francis: Oh really? Then what were you doing by the coffee cart earlier? 

Matthew: I use the wooden stirrers to push back my cuticles. Everyone knows that, Francis! 

Alfred: Alright let’s not fight. I broke it, let me pay for it- 

Allen: No. Who broke it? 

Matthais: Ivan’s been awfully quiet… 

Ivan: rEALLY- 


Allen: I broke it. It burned Alfred’s hand so I punched it. I predict ten minutes from now, they’ll be at each other’s throats with warpaint on their faces and a pig head on a stick. Good. It was getting a little chummy around here.


All the personified nations and micronations that had appeared in the anime!

Denmark Character Facts

Originally posted by katnel88

🇩🇰He was even more wild, but when he began to live on land he calmed down

🇩🇰He raised Iceland

🇩🇰He blocks out negative things so he can stay positive

🇩🇰He drinks A LOT

🇩🇰Early designs of Denmark:

give me a Hamlet who believes he must be cruel to be kind

a Hamlet whose “I loved you not” is choked out like the lie it is. whose words to Ophelia begin stumbling and contradictory but build to viciousness, tears in his eyes barely in check. Hamlet, whose attacks upon her femininity are calculated and careful, hitting her where it hurts most. a Hamlet who tragically mistakenly believes aiming for her most intimate insecurities, betraying that trust born of a tender love, will make a cleaner break of it all and keep her away from him, away from the doom that he sees settling over Elsinore like a black cloud.

give me a Hamlet who acts, as he always does, from a sense of necessity. Hamlet who protects those he loves by betraying them. Hamlet whose mistake was acting too much on his own, making true the isolation and single-minded purpose he promised the ghost of his father. Hamlet who walks away from Ophelia disgusted with himself, self-loathing and heartbroken but that’s nothing new. 

give me a Hamlet whose lamentations and rage at her graveside don’t feel hypocritical. a Hamlet who loved her and hates how he failed to keep her away from all this death, driving her to it instead. a Hamlet who sees that the pain he caused with good intentions only continues to build.

give me a Hamlet quietly begging that, in Ophelia’s orisons, all the sins he is about to commit against her be remembered.

magicmapleleaf  asked:

Matthias and Lukas maybe?

Matthias (Denmark): Matthias is a personal trainer at a gym that many characters in this au go too. One such person is Gilbert. Gil is a special client of his, he helps him with physical therapy after his accident. The two have grown close an occasionally go drinking with each other. Matthias lives with Lukas and Emil being the source of income for his family. 

Lukas (Norway): He does stay home to take care of things. He tends to run errands and watch the kids when others have work and usually when school gets out for Emil, Peter, and Eric. This boy has gotten very good at driving since he also tends to be everyone’s ride. Was known as anyone’s ride home in Emil’s theatre troupe before he learned to drive. 10/10 best stay at home mom ever

A convo between Himaruya and a fan would probably go like
  • Fan: jesus christ himaruya your art sucked so bad in the first four seasons youre such a dweeb
  • Himaruya: Yeah well I'm not the one watching and actually enjoying a show filled with slightly homo and stereotypical personifications of countries
  • Fan: [snorts] "slightly"
Nordics as Things My Friends and I Have Said (8)
  • Finland: I am evolving into an adorably evil monster right now.
  • Norway: I'm mean, irritable, and absolutely brilliant.
  • Denmark: As long as I don't call a human an ape, I'm fine.
  • Iceland: Saying liquorice tastes horrible is the greatest insult of all.
  • Sweden: Non-IKEA furnitures are a disgrace. Must get the IKEA. IKEAAAAAAAAAAA!