Small landscape doodle
I tried to redraw my Iceland!
Small landscape doodle
I tried to redraw my Iceland!
Iceland: so when is egg daddy coming?
Sweden: that’s not what the Easter bunny is called….
On the other hand, what do they love about themselves?
Denmark: he really like his piano abilities! he can play so beautifully that once both sweden and norway were in tears while he played a piece! he also loves his eyebrows (he’s very proud of them). his teeth are surprisingly white and he’s quite proud of that too.
Norway: this dude likes his hands for some reason (they’re very soft and dainty!). he’s also quite fond of his stomach (it’s soft but firm). occasionally when a spell goes right, he likes his magically abilities and loves the fact that he can see magic creatures
Iceland: he likes his hair and his eyes, they’re very sparkly and they remind him of the northern lights!! he also thinks his accent is pretty cute ! he’s occasionally cocky about his flexibility too!
Finland: he likes his smile! he enjoys when people compliment his smile very much! he also loves his skin (it’s so fucking soft!) on good days he likes his eyes because they remind him of lavender (which soothes him)
Sweden: he likes his jaw line very much and always brags about it. he also likes his ability to grow a beard quick (the rest of the Nordics are super jealous of this). he also likes his height because he can hide his stuff on high shelves away from his shortie nordies
Denmark: i want beer
Norway: yeah well i want a boyfriend who isn’t an alcoholic
Iceland: i want a will to live
Sweden: i want a boyfriend and a will to live
Finland: are you guys okay?
Have a Norway doodle~
Well let’s go, I still love the Nordics with all my heart I don’t think this love will ever die…
But somehow I’ve gotten attached to this little guy you know, Egypt. It seems that he doesn’t have too many fans either, what I think that is a miss from people,they don’t really notice him that much I think.
My favorites out of the Nordics cause the Nordics are my faves are Egypt, Turkey, Canada and Japan.
I’m still into hetalia and I don’t pretend to ever leave this fandom. I say thank you to everyone who is still in the fandom, I appreciate the works so much, don’t ever let it die people! That’s what the anime is made of, if you go out of the fandom it’ll probably die. While there’s still someone loving it, it’s worth it, is what people think, if there isn’t anymore then it’s not. So be strong, stay brave and don’t ever give up!
I’m sorry again for my inactivity, my life is so busy rn, but I’ll be back! I promise. Hope I didn’t lost everything I achieved here when I’m back.
Cya have the best days of your life!
Welp, guess what, I’m back on my Hetalia bullshit, so here are some nordic boys
Norway: mum friend, probably sarcastic, cool and mysterious, always has to keep an eye on Denmark, watches the Great British Bake Off
Denmark: never really grew up, a bit too hyperactive, plays with legos and mermaid dolls
Iceland: that one introvert who got adopted by a bunch of
extroverts, wants to be emo but
mum Norway doesn’t allow
it, (not so) secretly emotional
Finland: also mum friend, has a hidden dark side, listens to heavy metal while cleaning, both pastel and black clothing
Sweden: always in some shadow in the background, looks scary but just has resting bitch face, Abba music is life
The big dipper is a constellation that all Swedes know the name of; Karlavagnen. We seldom think about what this name means other than that it is a wagon, but it simply means “The man wagon” and uses an old word for man (Karl) that we don’t use quite as often nowadays. We never really wonder where this strange name comes from, but it is in fact a remnant from our ancestors.
The little dipper is a constellation that not as many Swedes know the name of. Normally it is called “lilla björn” (little bear), which comes from latins ursa minor, but it has another name as well: Kvinnovagnen. This name was given by our ancestors just as Karlavagnen was, and it means “the woman wagon”.
The nordics looked at the sky and named the figures they saw just like the greeks did. As vikings were sailors, the stars were very useful to them. Orions belt, often called “de tre vise männen” (the three wise men) in modern Swedish, was actually called “fiskarna” (the fishes) or “Friggs spinnrock” (Friggs spinning wheel) by our ancestors. Multiple other constellation names are known as well.
Nowadays karlavagnen is the only name we use that was given by our ancestors, as most of the others have been forgotten.
Lukas, who are your friends??? (You should name the dog Fluffy Unicorn :DDDDDD)
Well, my friends are Eirik and Arvid. They were my college friends that I still keep in contact with.
I have been seeing some things that only appear on Norse mythology. I find this extremely strange and I am unsure if this has to do with some sleep deprivation or I am hallucinating. I am also hearing things and I believe I am hallucinating for sure. I don’t want to be seen as a weird person. Though it’s curious since I seem to only be seeing them today. Maybe it is just a one time thing.
Also. That is quite a strange name to call the puppy. But maybe it’s the puppy making me hear all this…
Hi Lukas! How many novels have you written?? :DDD
I have written about three of them. As you may have noticed, I am a fantasy novelist. I am surprised that I have gotten at least one of them to become a best seller.
my name is lukas bondevik. i am twenty years old. i graduated from the university of oslo. having a masters in norwegian world literature, classical mythology, celtic mythological text and ancient literature in translation. though currently, i work as a fantasy novelist.
my life was what you describe as ordinary. i has two parents and no siblings. i attended a good school and had some friends. i graduated school and university. i moved out of my parents home and moved into a simple apartment. in general, i lived a normal life.
but today, i seem to have passed by a predicament.
i passed by a familiar puppy when i was walking home from a simple walk to my local grocery store. i don’t seem to understand why i was so familiar to the puppy. but in my eyes, it seem like it was glowing and if i squinted my eyes, two small wings seem to have sprout the puppy’s back.
i could have turned my back away from the puppy but there was something screaming inside me that i should take them back with me. though i was unsure of the policy of pets in the apartment.
though in the end, i had decided on bringing them along with me home. it was getting a little lonely in my apartment. but what should i name them?
// please send in some asks for lukas!
The Nordic Museum (Swedish: Nordiska museet) is a museum located on Djurgården, an island in central Stockholm, Sweden, dedicated to the cultural history and ethnography of Sweden.
Denmark: You will marry me :)
Norway: I think “will” and “you” are switched…
Denmark: Oh, no. They’re not.
Denmark: You WILL marry me, you like it or not.
Denmark: *follows* Where are you going, Norge? :)
Norway: *running* Shitshitshitshitshit-
Denmark: Hey, Norge~ come back :)
Denmark: Norge~ I love you~
Denmark: striped in front of 23 other people
Norway: hit every note perfectly in my solo
Iceland: slipped on my way down a riser
Finland: hugged my twin and did our handshake
Sweden: didn’t eat any food today because i was nervous
Denmark: What’s the sexiest thing a person can wear?
Norway: A smile?
Sweden: Your emotions on your sleeve?
Finland: Some compassion?
Denmark: I was gonna say hair gel. Damn guys…