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Tea-Party Crasher


Just invite Denmark next time, okay?

Apparently Japanese people have very high blood pressure, because that’s the only way to explain why people in anime and manga get explosive nosebleeds when they’re turned on. :XD:

I’ve had this one lying around for a long time because I kept drawing other comics that I would rather post.


14th August 2010

Tagged in Japan England Denmark Germany Netherlands Sweden


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10 months ago #9407623        
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Germany is always the victim of Denmark and Netherlands' surprise yaois because it's a geographical joke. Germany is in between Netherlands and Denmark on the map. @Humon I see what you did there.

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8 months ago #9428100        
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People are always crashing England's tea parties. Americans are hipsters, though. We crashed his tea parties before it was cool.

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5 days ago #9507577        
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This is so true, characters in anime and manga nosebleed so easily! XDXDXD



25 days ago #9500192        
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oh den you party crasher!



2 months ago #9488948        
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Denmark, The Netherlands and Germany's hair all look similar..



2 months ago #9487171        
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I now know why Japanese get nosebleeds and not us Americans xD



2 months ago #9487109        
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This one is my favorite yet :D



3 months ago #9482949        
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Oh so this is why they all get nosebleeds.



3 months ago #9481749        
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hmhmhmhm I ship it



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5 months ago #9465215        
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This is one of my favourite comics out of the whole collection! It's the one that guided me here after somebody shared it on Joyreactor.com



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