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Posted 7 hours ago93 notes

viasrc

Anonymous said:
i think it's katekyo hitman reborn or something for the italy with his hair on fire

Nah, it was definitely Entei for me. I’ve heard and seen KHR but I’ve never sat down to watch it. It does look a lot like KHR, though.

Posted 8 hours ago2 notes

hetaliaraivisgalante:

himaruya be like

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Posted 9 hours ago284 notes

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lovieno:

please look at this picture of italy with his hair on fire

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Posted 9 hours ago5,559 notes

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IF YOU ARE A HETALIA BLOG PLEASE REBLOG

I would like to follow every single hetalia blog

(Source: denway)

Posted 10 hours ago911 notes

viasrc

#yo
molossia: america im hungry
america: hi hungry im dAD
molossia: fucking bye
Posted 11 hours ago257 notes

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This poor man looks like he’s being tempted into making a contract with the devil.

Posted 11 hours ago208 notes

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fuck-that-spoop:

Hey guys I know people have already made posts about this but there seems to be some confusion so I’m gonna post this anyway just to set the record straight.

Hetalia: Axis Powers (aka Seasons 1-2) is getting taken off of Netflix this Wednesday. I don’t know why but that’s what’s happening.

I checked it out and Hetalia: World Series (only Season 3 sadly) and Paint it White still appear to be safe for now but I plan to keep a watchful eye out.

So basically, if you want to watch seasons one or two of Hetalia on Netflix, be sure to do it soon! If anyone has any more information on this, it would be much appreciated!

Just to add some info: Netflix keeps its database updated by making licensing agreements with providers of the shows/movies. These agreements do expire, which usually means the series/movie will be unable to remain on Netflix unless they renew it. The reason Netflix doesn’t do this is because they keep their library updated by switching out material for new ones. If something isn’t popular enough, Netflix won’t go out of their way to renew it if they can replace it with something that might bring in more profit.  Hetalia will most likely make way for another Anime series or something.

Most licensing business work this way. Funimation has licensing contracts with Anime producers in Japan that enables them to sell DVDs of their product for X amount of time. After the contract is up, Funimation will choose to renew or no. If no, then that series ceases to be released. Meaning Funimation will no longer offer it up for sale and no new content or products will be available from them henceforth. 

With Netflix, it’s the streaming rights. Certain things are on there longer than others because that’s what the provider allowed in their contract. You’ll most likely see it taken off eventually if it ceases to show results.

Posted 11 hours ago240 notes

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aphfelicianos:

is that aph lithuania

Posted 11 hours ago542 notes

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kixboxer:

bisousexy:

hubedihubbe:

“Spain you have to buy it. Spain. Spain are you even listening. Spain. Spain.”

Apain are you high again? Spain. Spain.

"Spain. Spain. Spain I’m hungry. Spain get the milk. Spain I don’t care if you’re with your friends get me my goddamned milk. Spain. Spain. Spain.

"Spain.

"Spain.

"Spain I can do this all day.

"Spain."

Posted 11 hours ago5,585 notes

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