interpreting the existence of hetalia personifications
So, @yosb and I were talking about our interpretations of hetalia personifications and it…got way more academic than either of us anticipated so. Hence, this post to sort out and articulate my thoughts because it is incredibly interesting how differently we interpret hetalia personifications based on our own life experiences and background.
Here are the questions to think about in regards to the existence of hetalia personifications:
What do you consider the personification to be the personification of? What does this “nation” represent?
There are a variety of answers, but what I commonly find includes: land, people, government, culture, and history─
as well as how much the personification themselves have their own personal identity. These are all important factors to consider, and what’s most interesting to me is that everyone has a very unique interpretation of what percentage of these factors make up personification’s existence.
My personal interpretation is that a personification is based upon IDENTITY.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Sunday 8th January, 2017.
This was my first show since September so to say I was excited was a bit of an understatement. Not even a tube strike was going to bring me down! Anyway, as you’d expect from someone with my username, this
is 90% Albus and/or Scorpius. I tried not to describe everything in minute
detail because it’s been done a hundred times already (my previous recaps are here), yet this
still managed to be 9k+ words long! Fear not, I’ve written this scene by scene so
you can skip to the bits you are interested in. Or just because I’m a self
aware rambler, you can skip riiiight to the end for the TL;DR bit I did at the
A/N:so so so i actually saw @88bulletsart‘s kidge week prompts but i really wanted to write for @kidgeweek‘s prompts as well so here you go. super late. i really hope none of you mind!
i’ll be writing for both weeks tho, so expect a hell of a lot more of my writing! title is from crazy=genius by p!atd. and yes, i will base my story titles off p!atd songs and lyrics coz i’m panic trash
Summary: Pidge may or may not have accidentally singed herself
in one of her technical endeavors but lucky enough Keith was quick to help out.
It was no secret that Keith was the most observant
of all the paladins of Voltron, second only to Shiro who somehow managed to
pick up on…well, everything. The only
real difference between the two of them was that the older paladin would rely
on this skill when in battle and rarely outside of it. Meanwhile Keith can’t
help but notice all the little things in their daily lives.