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Hetalia Personality Swap

Hetalia Personality Swap

One day some cruel god decided to swap the personalities of the Norways and Finlands.

Denmark was being chased by a butterfly and wanted Norway to protect him when Norway suddenly punched him in the face. He tried to ask Norway why he would do such a thing, but got punched again. Denmark was so horribly confused, and screamed like a girl whenever Norway tried to touch him the next day.

Sweden was just minding his own business and watching the news when Finland suddenly got all cuddly and kissy kissy. Sweden was scared for his life but ended up doing things he regret, and which Finland will kill him for if he dares ever mention it again.

And somewhere Hetalia Sweden is wondering why Finland is trying to kill him with a kitchen knife.

It actually hurt my soul a little bit to draw Norway and Denmark like this. :(

3rd May 2010

Tagged in Sweden Norway Finland Denmark

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15 days ago #9357159        

Still... I think Sufin is canon. There's definitely something there. Though maybe not as obvious as here~.

I would so like to see Finland trying to kill Hetalia Sweden with a knife; I can imagine it and I crack up everytime!

2 months ago #9343765        

"And somewhere Hetalia Sweden is wondering why Finland is trying to kill him with a kitchen knife."


2 months ago #9341297        

Don't worry! All the Nordics really like each other in Hetalia! Especially Denmark and Norway, (even though Sweden and Finland are technically a couple and I'm not a DenNor shipper- I swear) Norway just gets a little annoyed but Denmark's crazy antics sometimes.

2 months ago #9337472        

@AwesomeSunflower Exactly! Not very professional to mix political opinions and fan girl opinions. Among other things...

Haha, yes, that is most likely one of the big diffculties. xP


2 months ago #9337465        

@Livbanon Political opinions and fan girl opinions should always be kept separate! The fan girl in me approves of sufin very much. :)

I think that determining their relationship would be hard for the author due to many things. One the reasons being that Finland didn't really exist as a nation so it was never a union.

2 months ago #9337433        

@AwesomeSunflower Well, I wouldn't mind the two of them being married or in a union, but that would be very weird - since our 'real' countries are not. But that is just my fan-girl side. XP

I think he says that Finland is his wife is because Sweden wanted that union with Finland, but Finland and Sweden weren't really in that kind of position. (Which might have been better, since the real relationship was, ehm, slightly difficult and... somewhat strained...? ^^") But that is my personal interpretation. *small shrug*

2 months ago #9337111        

@Livbanon I knew it was the 1500s! Yes! :)

I was kind of thinking Sweden could have sense of humour, even if an awkward one. Because seriously, a wife? Well, he does say "joke?" when Finland asks him if he's kidding. Anyways, good friends is great. Probably better than a union or a "marriage".

2 months ago #9337098        

@AwesomeSunflower Yes, I think the statuses can have something to do with it as well. *nods* The Kalmar Union ended 1523 if I'm not horrobly wrong - it's in the 1500 at least.

No, I think Sweden was very serious. ;P Sweden have always wanted Finland. The only exception is present times I guess, where (if we ignore all the lovely fandoms ect.) he only sees Finland as a good friend. Hm? ^ ^

2 months ago #9337090        

@Livbanon I didn't notice any failing English happening. :-P

It might be because of the Finnish Maiden. Another possibility is Finland's status / position at the time. The scene takes place a little after Sweden leaves the Kalmar Union (when was that again, do you know) and at the time Finland was a part of Sweden with no power to decide about anything, just being there on Sweden's side. I guess Sweden could see something wifely about Finland's role in their relationship back then. But your right, the maiden theory is more likely. Do you think Sweden meant it as a joke?

2 months ago #9337069        

@AwesomeSunflower Haha. Netflix~ I'm like that with normal anime episodes; which does not end good for me and my sleep.

And, I think I figured out why Finland is called WIFE instead of husband. Apart from the possibility of Hidekaz maybe thinking it was funny or cute, it is highly likely because of the Finnish Maiden, Finland's general view of being a maiden and geografically looking like one. - I don't know if that came out right; my english is failing me at the moment... --_--"

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