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People become crazy axe murders for various reasons. :XD:

Inspired by a comment to one of my pictures, “It’s incredible how such a small island like Åland can keep a whole country on it’s toes. It’s like Åland rules Finland and not the other way around!”

Obviously I’m overdoing the real Finland and Åland’s relationship, but I had to illustrate just how much of a troll Åland can be to Finland, because he is the only male character who isn’t afraid of Finland at all. He has been playing his cards perfectly from the start, and now he has Finland by the balls, so to speak.

Besides, Finland needs to be put in his place every now and then. Yes, their family is a little dysfunctional at times. ;)


24th May 2010

Tagged in Sweden Aland Denmark Finland Norway

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7 months ago #9384167        
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I want everyone who watches Hetalia to imagine APH Finland doing this.

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4 months ago #9415947        
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I love all of Aland's facial expressions in this one.



Giraffe

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4 months ago #9413438        
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HOLY BLOODY SHIT



4 months ago #9412803        
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by the balls XD



5 months ago #9406776        
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Åland is terriying, look at them crazy eyes 0.0

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5 months ago #9404239        
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Wow! Åland is real bad-ass!



5 months ago #9403722        
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This is great. xD I love Åland.



7 months ago #9385762        
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Laughed till I got the hiccoughs from this one.



Taryn

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7 months ago #9384949        
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I don't know who I love more in this one, Aland or Finland! XD



7 months ago #9384661        
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Geez, Aland turned terrifying fast XD



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