God every time I see a post on the whole situation from a few days ago it just irritates me again. Like genuinely what was the point in that?
There’s obviously going to be ships that you don’t like or would prefer to interpret a certain way but that doesn’t make it canon and I don’t think any fictional ship should warrant death threats (there’s a block button for a reason)
And the fact that it’s hetalia really does need to be stressed right? They’re personified countries, maybe if it was a slice of life anime I could understand the rationale a bit more but it’s not. They’re immortal beings that have lived hundreds, if not thousands of years and honestly if you try hard enough, you could argue that they’re all related.
People are shipping two adult nations, who they don’t see as siblings and others are forcing their own interpretations into them like come on.
It takes just a sliver of logic to see that none of the countries are actually related (the only way you could probably see that is if you group them by continent or something)
For example, even with the UK brothers dynamic. The union only came about it the 1700s and the nations will have existed well before then. Plus I doubt Ireland would take too kindly to being told they’ll always be related to England right?
I like the brotherly dynamic of the UK countries but I don’t think they’re genuinely related (unless it’s in a human au where they’re actually written as such).
It’s all up to interpretation and I think it’s so dumb how people want to act like their opinion is canon.
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