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Happy Solstice!
I drew S. Sweden and S. Iceland as Valkyries.
(I left out the rest because they didn't turn out as well as I wanted.)


By: Animaiden 22nd December 2018

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There are three sheep per person in Australia. New Zealand has seven times as many sheep as people. Both pale in comparison to the Falkland Islands' amazing 167 sheep per person!

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Reykjavík's last mayor was an anarchist standup comedian. He had a particular fondness for meeting dignitaries dressed as Star Wars characters.

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2 years ago #9806681        
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* wolf whistles *


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2 years ago #9817242        
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Sister Sweden: Heh, Iceland! Is that what you wear underneath your skirt!

Sister Iceland: Don't make me use my axe on you. *blushes*

2 years ago #9810898        
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I like the detail in their hair. Good job.


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2 years ago #9807641        
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This looks very cool! The bandages give a nice unique touch ^^


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3 months ago #9855703        
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Alright I saw someone else say this on a post about sister Australia so I assume it's safe to say here



Is it bad that when I first looked at them my first thought was "Damn they're hot"

2 years ago #9824959        
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For a while there I thought it was brother Iceland because of the flat chest lol

2 years ago #9813387        
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This would be better if sister Sveden and sister Iceland would switch places


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2 years ago #9810270        
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My first thought: https://i.imgur.com/a8FpvK0.png


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2 years ago #9808612        
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Will you ever show the others? I'm curious to see what you came up with


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2 years ago #9807557        
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Yowza!

Also, why are they blindfolded?


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America wearing England's shirt