“They fight all the time. Despite this they are each others best friend and confidant, and closer than their male counterparts.”
“Her [Femerica’s] hair used to be long. She cut it short in the 1920’s*. She decided she liked it, and has kept it short since. It’s less of a hassle.”
*A reference to the new ‘Flapper’ style that appeared in the U.S. in the 1920’s that included shorter skirts and shorter/bobbed hair styles.
Submitted by abitcombustible
She got implants after years of envying her sister Canada’s very real double d’s and after Russia made a rather insulting remark about her almost flat chest.
England never approved of the surgery, but America seems to be a lot happier with them.
Although Germany is careful not to pick favorites, there is an intense rivalry between Julchen and Gilbert to be Ludwig’s “favorite,” and they fight often about it.
They don’t bother with Nyotalia Germany, because her favorite is always Italy. — Anonymous
“What male!Belarus feels for fem!Russia is only a brother’s love, and he is just overprotective and afraid that she’ll fall in love with someone and that someone will hurt her. The person for who he really is in love with is Ivan, he and Belarus both.” — Anonymous
Submitted by ask-tori
She doesn’t like to talk about it.
- nightmares and flashbacks
- feeling of detachment from others
- sense of shortened future (does not expect to have career, marriage, normal life span, etc.)
- exaggerated startle responses
- intense fear of being alone with anyone
Submitted by ameliafjones
Up until the American Revolution, Amelia had relatively long hair. England had always maintained it for her, so when she decided she wanted to become independent she cut all of it off to the length she has today. She keeps it short partially as a symbol of her independence and partially because she doesn’t want England to know that she actually did like having her hair long back then.
Submitted by parsley-sage-rosemary-and-thyme
The Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS; often pronounced as an acronym) was the women’s branch of the British Army during the Second World War. It was formed on 9 September 1938, initially as a women’s voluntary service, and existed until 1 February 1949, when it was merged into the Women’s Royal Army Corps.
The ATS had its roots in the Women’s Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC), which formed in 1917 as a voluntary service. During the First World War its members served in a number of jobs including clerks, cooks, telephonists and waitresses. The WAAC was disbanded after four years in 1921.
Prior to the Second World War, the government decided to establish a new Corps for women, and an advisory council, which included members of the Territorial Army (TA), the Women’s Transport Service and the Women’s Legion, was set up. The council decided that the ATS would be attached to the Territorial Army, and the women serving would receive two thirds the pay of male soldiers.
All women in the Army joined the ATS except for nurses, who joined Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service (QAIMS), and medical and dental officers, who were commissioned directly into the Army and held Army ranks.
As a child, Fem!Italy wouldn’t hesitate in picking fights, climbing trees, run through fields and act like a boy as much as possible. Fem!HRE was the delicate one. Everytime Fem!Italy got hurt, she was the one to take care of her.
And she never forgot it.
“Personally, I could never picture America having a Southern accent. He seems like a city boy to me, while my idea of Ameriko ranges from her being a Southerner to being a California girl.” — thatlittleadorablemidgetchick
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