english nation


4,000 Houses for 4,000 Followers: No. 68:

Chastleton House, Oxfordshire, England. 

Built from 1607-12, now run by the National Trust. 

Interior photos are mainly from Country Life, exterior photos by me. 

I one day wanna see a One Piece AU where everyone actually speaks different languages. Like, perhaps there’s a language that’s spoken in 95% of the world and everyone is bilingual. Luffy, Usopp, Zoro, and Nami all speak an East Blue dialect but even then they have slightly different words because every island is just slightly different, like every English speaking nation. Luffy occasionally throws in words from a noble language that they all think is really odd until they meet Sabo.

Sanji speaks three languages, having picked up the East dialect after running away from North Blue. Franky, Brook, and Chopper don’t speak any Eastern dialects at all and only speak the standard language. Brook used to speak a Western dialect but has since forgotten. Robin knows a bit of everything and is always learning more languages; the national language of Ohara is something she treasures.

The Celestial Dragons have their own language which is “holy” and no one but them is allowed to speak it. Law can only say two things in their language: “shit” and “fuck”. Also, imagine Flevance having its own language and Law is the only one who speaks it now. And Luffy calls him Torao because Law’s accent is difficult for Luffy to understand.

And accents! Everyone on the Grand Line has an accent. You can tell what sea they’re from just because of their accent. South Blue is different to North Blue to West Blue and so on.

Just…One Piece languages and accents!!!

Things that make me feel witchy



Corpse Bride


Alice in Wonderland (IDEK why)


Anything by Terry Pratchett!

The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater (seriously, read these books omg)


Anything written in an old, or antique book. I have a version of the Arabian Nights from 1907 (it was my great grandad’s) and it’s beautiful.

Random Stuff

Taking a walk after it’s rained

Hearing crows

Graveyards at night

Old castles or houses (if you’re in England get an English Heritage subscription, and a National Trust one if you can. Cheap/ sometimes free entry into HUGE grounds and historical places.

Tea in a cup and saucer from a tea pot

Antique shops


Listening to people speaking gaelic (especially my dad, he has the perfect Irish accent it’s great)

Old Libraries (have you seen the one in York?????? I mean look at this!!!!!

people in York should be happy af.