Hetalia Headcanons
— ohmyahoge
“Brigadeiro is a very popular candy in Brazil and Portugal, usually served in birthday parties.
Guaraná is a very popular soda in Brazil. The second best-selling, behind only Coca-cola.
Pão de queijo is a very popular… ahm… snack. In Brazil. And in other countries, I think.
I KNOW this headcanon is silly, but… That’s how Brazilians feel about Brazil’s cuisine. Or at least, this part of it.
You guys have NO IDEA of how these things are delicious.” — turningwaterintocoke

Brigadeiro is a very popular candy in Brazil and Portugal, usually served in birthday parties.

Guaraná is a very popular soda in Brazil. The second best-selling, behind only Coca-cola.

Pão de queijo is a very popular… ahm… snack. In Brazil. And in other countries, I think.

I KNOW this headcanon is silly, but… That’s how Brazilians feel about Brazil’s cuisine. Or at least, this part of it.

You guys have NO IDEA of how these things are delicious.”turningwaterintocoke

She was Helen of Troy.
"There is a story about a city called Troy—which is believed to have some truth to it after finding the remains of the city, in modern day Turkey—, where a huge war known as the Trojan War, that lasted 10 years. The war began because of a very beautiful woman that even the gods fought about and every human man wanted, named Helen.
Helen is, actually, Mama Greece.” — crimsonsunflowers

She was Helen of Troy.

"There is a story about a city called Troy—which is believed to have some truth to it after finding the remains of the city, in modern day Turkey—, where a huge war known as the Trojan War, that lasted 10 years. The war began because of a very beautiful woman that even the gods fought about and every human man wanted, named Helen.

Helen is, actually, Mama Greece.”crimsonsunflowers

— splenderfultasticshenanigans
— minearebigger
He loves country music.
If he has the radio playing, it’s always on the country channel. He’s also a big fan of Toby Keith and Martina McBride and owns all of their CD’s. — Anonymous

He loves country music.

If he has the radio playing, it’s always on the country channel. He’s also a big fan of Toby Keith and Martina McBride and owns all of their CD’s. — Anonymous

While most nations that used to belong to the Soviet Union forgave Russia, Czech still hate calls him a “Communist monster.”
"This is based on my trip to Europe last year. I toured Hungary, a bit of Slovakia and the Czech Republic, all of which use to be part of the Soviet Union. Of thouse three countries, I found that Czech was the one that didn’t fully recover. My tour guild in Paruge would refer to both the Communists and Russia as the ‘Communist monster.’" — rueraven

While most nations that used to belong to the Soviet Union forgave Russia, Czech still hate calls him a “Communist monster.”

"This is based on my trip to Europe last year. I toured Hungary, a bit of Slovakia and the Czech Republic, all of which use to be part of the Soviet Union. Of thouse three countries, I found that Czech was the one that didn’t fully recover. My tour guild in Paruge would refer to both the Communists and Russia as the ‘Communist monster.’" — rueraven

"A bit of info on such: Turkey, when he was the Ottoman Empire, was the first nation to cultivate tulips. On the other hand Netherlands is known for his tulips, which is his national flower and also what he sends to Canada as a gift every year." — canacat

"A bit of info on such: Turkey, when he was the Ottoman Empire, was the first nation to cultivate tulips. On the other hand Netherlands is known for his tulips, which is his national flower and also what he sends to Canada as a gift every year." — canacat

— Anonymous

— Anonymous

Ok, so this may be a dumb question, but how do I submit a headcanon? Do I just upload it on photobucket and insert it in the submission or is there a place to insert it from my pics? Sorry...

No need to apologize! A lot of people have trouble submitting photos.

On the Submit page, click on the top bar that says “Submit a Text Post.” You have to click the actual words, not the little arrow [▼] beside them. For some reason, that doesn’t do anything.

A drop down list will appear. Click on “Submit a Photo” and the submission box will change and look similar to a new photo post, allowing you to browse the pictures in your folders and such.

You can probably figure out the rest from there. c: