u///u he’s loveable by himself
Though not quite matching with his personality, Denmark would like to chill out in the countryside if he could retire.
Sweden and Iceland seem to agree with that idea.
No matter how impressive Hima’s drawing progress is, you have to admit his beginnings had a distinct charm.
From left to right: Portugal, Spain, England, France, The Netherlands, who were the 5 largest european colonial empires of their age.
Romano/South Italy’s FULL mawaru chikyuu rondo
You see people. Look at what Sweden says. That is how he talks. Get it right!
Most people: H’ l’kes t’ sw’m ‘n t’m’t’ j’ce. I d’ n’t ‘wn H’t’l’a.
People who try: ‘e likes ta swim in tamato juice. I don’t own ‘etalia.
To clear a few things up; here’s a compilation and explanation of why you all need to calm down with the whole “All the Nordics hate Denmark” thing [because I see it too often GDI]
[He’s a good guy everyone]
The Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery and Memorial (French:Le Cimetière de Guerre Canadien Groesbeek) is located about three kilometres north of the village of Groesbeek, Netherlands. The cemetery contains 2,338 Canadian soldiers of World War II.
The cemetery is unique in that many of the dead were brought here from nearby Germany. It is one of the few cases where bodies were moved across international frontiers. It is believed that all fallen Canadian soldiers of the Rhineland battles, who were buried in German battlefields, were reinterred here (except for one who is buried in Reichswald Forest War Cemetery). General H.D.G. Crerar, who commanded Canadian land forces in Europe, ordered that Canadian dead were not to be buried in German soil.
Thousands of Dutch children tend the graves of the soldiers buried here as they do throughout the Netherlands.
The cemetery also has a Cross of Sacrifice within it.
Translated version of Himaruya’s Sweets Column from the recently published Sweets book. Scans kindly provided by jammerlea.
The order of their walking speed.