Axis Powers: Hetalia Mobile Wallpaper

Entry by usotsuki on Sun Aug 14 02:07:23 2011.

Tags: Anime, Oosugimichiko, Hungary, Romania, Mobile Wallpaper, Fanart, Pixiv

Oosugimichiko, Hungary, Romania, Mobile Wallpaper, Fanart, Pixiv

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Comments (English)

  • Adinutza-Chan

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    Aug 18, 2011

    Those two,right here,are my parents <3

  • iulsie

    Aug 19, 2011

    i love this :X:X:X:Xvery very much

  • crossovershipper

    Aug 23, 2011

    i suspect that they are twins

  • Kuro Kitsune

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    Nov 26, 2011

    ^nope. Romania's twin is Moldova

  • lemonfreak92

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    Jan 10, 2012

    Funny how Dracula and the female vampires were based on the most blood thirsty, evil serial killers of all times, who were a Romanian king and a Hungarian countess. (Vlad The Impaler and Elizabeth Bathory).

    Real truth.

  • Yoro

    Apr 10, 2012

    Vlad the Impaler wasn't an evil serial killer! He just wanted a country without crimes.

  • xrayana

    Apr 13, 2012

    ^ yeah, that's what Romanians are taught in school when they're little, but, in reality, Vlad The Impaler's thirst for blood was much greater than his patriotism. He impaled, massacred, boiled alive, skinned thousands of people, especially because he enjoyed it. so he was an insane serial killer, no matter how you put it. and a really EVIL one as well.

  • Yoro

    Apr 13, 2012

    And how can you be sure dear? You can't. I can't. Nobody can know for sure but I find it out of place to call him the 'most blood thirsty of all times'.

  • xrayana

    Apr 14, 2012

    ^numerous books and articles dear. and I didn't call him the most blood thirsty of all times. I just said he really was an evil serial killer.

  • Yoro

    Apr 14, 2012

    Etto.. I was talking about Lemonfreak92 who said it.
    Anyway, too much history. The picture is fantastic:)

  • cestalia

    Apr 14, 2012

    Why I'm wishing Hungary bring frying pan??? XD

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