Spain (Antonio Fernandez Carriedo)
- Is super open with his feelings at first. Though he’ll wait a little bit to confess.
- Good morning and goodnight texts that gives you sweet reasons to smile
- If you’re staying over he’ll wake up early to prepare you a good breakfast
- He’s all about semi-romantic dates. He’s not difficult to please, take him anywhere as long as it has some romance involved!
- It’s VERY difficult for him to read the atmosphere (he doesn’t try) so you really have to tell him if something is bothering you. When he realises, though, he’ll apologise to literally no end.
- Cute little gifts. Teddy bears, flowers.
- Whenever you cuddle, GRAB THE BOOTY JUST GRAB IT
- This fucker gets pretty kinky. His favourite thing is pirate play- where he’s the captain and his S/O is his little pet/prisoner
- Short, cute, but romantic kisses
- Very big on PDA. Hell yeah, kiss his cheek and his nose. GRAB THE BOOTY HE ACTUALLY LOVES IT
Denmark (Matthias Køhler)
- Tries to avoid confessing but one day it just slips
- He tries his best to send daily good morning/goodnight texts, he really does. He just gets distracted so easily!
- On the topic of texting, expect to be left on ‘read’ a lot. He doesn’t mean to do it! He just has soooo much stuff roaming in his mind he’ll start to reply but forget.
- He’ll send the text if it didn’t send and apologise so many times (he’s apologising over text every single day)
- Either arcade dates or just pillow fort dates with movies and pizza. Well, those are his favourite, anyhow.
- Cuddling with him to go to sleep is quite hard. He doesn’t like it when they fall asleep; he likes to talk to them!
- Not to mention he probably kicks them off the bed (unintentionally) or falls off the bed with them
- When things get steamy with him, he’s VERY dominant. He’ll (consensually) make you his little petslave.
- Also makes either a great daddy or little. Depends.
- He’s just a precious puppy and needs to he protected
‘well, the joke truly is on me. helping you win your freedom all those years ago; foolishly being the midwife to the birth of the empire that would end mine—indeed, i should have strangled you in your cradle.’
‘empire? i’m not like you.’
‘call yourself whatever you like, my dear boy- shining city on a hill; special; exceptional; a grand experiment improving on the horrible Old World— but no matter how much you pretend and dress it up, you and I aren’t so different.’
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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.