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My first giveaway on tumblr *c*
You can win one messenger bag from the ones available in BlueRobotto’s shop (Check out the shop for more pics and the description of each bag)
1 person will be randomly selected as winner from the notes in this post. The winner will chose 1 bag from the ones available and it will be sent to them without charge.
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The givaway will end on saturday september 20th, at 10:00 PM Central America time.
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I made a new blog for reblogging stuff since I wanted to clean this one out and organize it a little and keep it down to a personal/ art blog instead ;w;
ok it’s honestly really weird how a lot of people don’t even know why swed’n speak is a thing??? or how there are some people who think that’s how you would write out a swedish accent? please allow me to explain
in the original japanese version, aph sweden speaks in a tohoku dialect, more specifically speculated to be fukushima-based (which is incidentally the prefecture himaruya is from)
tohoku dialects are often translated into lots of grunts and truncated words and that is why sweden speaks with those apostrophes. so havin’ him speak like he short’ns his words is correct. but exaggerating it to the point where he doesn’t speak any vowels at all is fanon misinterpretation
it should also be noted that lots of other hetalia characters speak in different dialects (i.e. spain who speaks kansai) another interesting fact is that denmark (ibaraki dialect) and norway (tsugaru dialect) also speak in dialects from around the same region as sweden’s. it’s a tip of the hat to how similar swedish, danish and norwegian are
to add onto that, iceland speaks in standard japanese but is said to be hiding his original accent. finland speaks in a politer form of standard japanese. he doesn’t speak in a dialect similar to the other nordics since finnish is not derived from norse like the rest
Imagine your OTP nearing the end of the night and sleepy so person A is trying to carry person B to bed but accidentally trips and they both fall on the floor