#aph sweden Tumblr posts

  • timomoe
    26.05.2022 - 1 day ago

    We're very lucky to have never seen any of the Nordics in the 70s.

    #listen lads i love sweden but i draw the line at condoning a pornstache #hetalia#aph sweden#hws sweden
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  • fireandiceland
    25.05.2022 - 2 days ago

    Can I get an uhhh SuFin for the ship meme 👉👈

    I GOT A BINGO! Where do I redeem my price? :D

    #of course you can get a sufin #you can always get a sufin #murphy YOU can ALWAYS get sufin from me #sufin#aph sweden#aph finland
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  • pvffinsdaisies
    25.05.2022 - 2 days ago

    Sweden: who told you that? Was it Norway?

    Denmark: no!!

    Norway, walking straight past them: yes.

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  • fireandspiceland
    25.05.2022 - 3 days ago

    For your consideration: An old headcanon about Sweden having a daddy kink. But, like, it's so bad, that the kids at home cannot use the word "daddy". (Not because he'd fuck them, but because he'd go at it on Finland and Finland is like, not with kids around thanks???) Literally, Finland has to prepare himself before he ever attempts to call Sweden "daddy" because Sweden's brain just full on stops working.

    I misread this the first time I saw the ask this morning and thought you meant Sweden is going full horny mode when the kids call Finland daddy because yes he too considers Finland his daddy lmao.

    But I like both versions!! Yours also made me think of like later on in that office/onlymans AU when Tino and Berwald are all settled and domestic with kids and a dog but Berwald still gets off on buying Tino expensive toys and underwear and completely loses it when his baby calls him daddy.

    #aph sweden#aph Finland#sufin#wfsn#riva answers#hetalia #sufin office au #I think that’s the tag I used before?
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  • statementofjoespookie
    25.05.2022 - 3 days ago

    slips and falls

    draws the nordics

    i don't even like the show anymore i just can't get the nordics out of my head please i hate this show just the little funny Scandinavian ones

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  • darcymariaphoster
    25.05.2022 - 3 days ago

    Chapters: 3/? Fandom: Hetalia: Axis Powers Rating: Teen And Up Audiences Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Denmark/Norway (Hetalia), Finland/Sweden (Hetalia), America/Japan (Hetalia) Characters: Denmark (Hetalia), Norway (Hetalia), Sweden (Hetalia), Finland (Hetalia), Female America (Hetalia), Female Japan (Hetalia) Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - 1920s, Crossdressing, Speakeasies, Underground Clubs, Period-Typical Homophobia, Being true to oneself, A bit of drama, a lot of what i would consider fluff for this, and a decent amount of 1920s glitz and glam, set in 1920s New York City Series: Part 8 of Nordic Tales Summary:

    Mathias is an average person, living an average life. And that's fine with him. Until he runs into a stranger one day, who makes him question everything about himself that he's been trying so hard to ignore.

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  • fireandspiceland
    24.05.2022 - 3 days ago

    Okay Iceland is trying to leave the house in a super slutty outfit.

    Think like a completely mesh t-shirt, a choker, and booty shorts. And throw in some amazingly edgy makeup.

    How do you headcannon each of the Nordics react?

    Do they let him leave like that?

    Do they love that he’s expressing himself?

    Does Norway try to give him the “I’m not letting you leave the house dressed like that” talk?

     Does he try to fight back?

    The mental image I have for this is hilarious I wish I could draw good enough to show you! but since I can't plase imagine Ice in a slutty e girl emo techwear kind of outfit, trying to seak out of the Nordics’ house (where he stays for some unrelated reason):

    Finland spots him from the living room and they stare at each other for a moment, before Fin does that locking his mouth and throwing the key away gesture followed by a thumbs up to the outfit and make up and a wink at Ice who exhales with relief and motions a quick "thank you" at Fin before he continues his way to the front door. He’s the caring kind of parental figure, but at the same time he knows that Ice is capable of taking care of himself (which Iceland is forever grateful for even if he doesn’t show it all the time). So, why not let that boy have some fun?

    If he was alone, Sweden would maybe stop Ice or AT LEAST ask him about the outfit or where he’s headed too. If he approves of the outfit or not - I don’t know and I don’t think he would mention it. He just wants to know where any of his kids (if you can Ice even call that) are going to and how and when they’re coming back home. It’s not about being controlling or mistrusting for him, he just takes the father role he plays for Ice (and sometimes all the Nordics rip) serious and it gives him security to know about their whereabouts. But he already saw Finland giving Iceland the sign of approval, and doesn’t interfere with that.

    Norway is the one who catches Iceland right at the door and basically pulls him back inside at the collar of his very fragile shirt. He’s also the one Ice had to be wary of, cause he knows the others usually don’t take that much of an interest in his private life. Well, Denmark sometimes does.. but back to Norway. The problem with Norway is that he WANTS to give Iceland the talk you mentioned above and he HATES the very little choice of clothes, BUT he’s nothing better. Probably worse. And Iceland knows. Therefore he ends up giving him the glare of disapproval and forces at least a jacket onto Iceland (that will be off again in no time but still) while doing Sweden’s job of telling him not to come home to late, to call if anything happens and to please use protection when he [*insert Iceland blushing and gesturing wildly to make Norway shut up*].

    That is until Denmark shows up in the hallway to check out what Iceland is grumbling about. Ice should be used to the embarrassement of Denmark complimenting his outfit in completely outdated terms ("You look so hip! Totally rad, Icey!") but he still wishes Norway would just ground him on the spot to save him from Denmark now offering, no insisting, on joining Ice and taking him to wherever he is headed. It's not that he doesn't appreciate the interest or a free ride, but UGH which kid teen immortal being with the body of a teenager wants their EMBARRASSING uncle to join them when they tried to sneak out of the house unnoticed??

    In conclusion: rip Iceland. They support him as good as they can, even if it's not what Ice wants most of the time, but he's grateful for his family and even if he complains sometimes, he wouldn't have it any other way cause it only shows they care about him. Also none of the others dares to mention it, but they all know he got that slutty streak from Norway. 😘

    #aph iceland#aph norway#aph finland#aph sweden#aph denmark#hetalia#riva answers #i just realised that we're on my wfsn blog but like.. my answer isnt really wfsn? but this was fun!! thank you for the ask :D #I usually headcanon icelands physical age to be somewhere between 16-19 depending on the au #for this it doesnt really matter that much but I think hes maybe 17? #not yet an adult but old enough to go out to drink and go to partys and concerts and maybe he has a motor bike. #that would be cool #btw drinking age and stuff on all my posts is usually based on my home country because thats the life I know lol #oh I just realised i didnt mention one of the questions #if it was his family that criticised his outfit/make up he'd 100% be hurt and either storm off or snap at them #if it was a stranger or someone at a party or bar he would let his more extroverted friends take care of that
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  • denshi-streetart
    24.05.2022 - 3 days ago

    スーさん

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  • darcymariaphoster
    22.05.2022 - 5 days ago

    I thought I'd make everyone's lives a little more bearable since I'm posting so much about hockey and I turned it into a short blurb. I tried to keep this under 1000 words and came out at 938 so it still counts.

    Suffer with me.

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    It was supposed to be a friendly game, something to stop the arguments during the world meetings. But Norway knew it wouldn't be. They took their sport too seriously. He sits on a log, legs crossed in front of him, as he inspects his nails boredly. "Aren't you going to play?" Iceland asks him skeptically.

    "No," Norway answers in an indifferent tone. "I'm here to watch ass, not fall on my own."

    Iceland rolls his eyes as he finishes tying his skates and goes to the edge of the lake. He's playing as one of three referees for the game. It's a three-on-three game, mostly just because no one really wants to get involved in the rivalry. America, Canada, and Russia on one team against Finland, Denmark, and Sweden. Norway isn't sure that Denmark is the best choice, but he's just here to watch. Like hell he's going to get in Finland's way -- or worse, have to play instead.

    Iceland takes his place across from Belarus, and Poland gets ready for the face-off between Canada and Finland. It's Russia and Sweden in net, Denmark and America as defensemen. No one on the ice looks like they intend this to be a friendly game. "Ready to get your ass kicked?" Canada asks, glancing up at Finland.

    "Eat ice," Finland replies, focused on his stick. 

    Poland drops the puck and the game goes into full swing. Watching from the sidelines, Norway follows the puck from one side of the ice to the other. He's not the only spectator. Germany and Prussia are on the other side, and Spain has dragged Austria along to see what the big deal is. At first, the game is almost boring -- no one is scoring, everyone is playing nice. And then Finland gets called for high sticking. "What are you talking about?" he tries to argue as Iceland attempts to bully him to the edge of the lake to sit by Norway. "That's crazy!"

    "Finland, you hit America in the face with your stick while making eye contact with him," Iceland informs him, unimpressed. "That is definitely high sticking. And that's a two minute penalty."

    Swearing in a mix of about three languages, Finland sits beside Norway, tapping his stick against the ground in frustration. Norway moves further down the log to make sure he doesn't accidentally get hit. Now is the time to see how well Denmark can hold up against Canada and America, and no one is surprised when they make a goal within the first minute. Sweden looks more than a little peeved, though. Finland turns to Norway and, through gritted teeth, asks, "Are you sure you don't want to play?"

    Norway doesn't look over at him. "I'm sure. I'm perfectly fine here, watching."

    Grumbling to himself, Finland turns back to the game, counting down the seconds. Belarus barely manages to wave him back in before he's on the ice again. In retaliation, within five minutes, he manages to get the puck past Russia and evens the game out. Things get more intense, and Norway can hear Austria getting more interested and excited, making Spain laugh. The next penalty is on Canada, who trips Denmark, and the game is stalled for a solid three minutes while he argues with Iceland and Poland over the call before he finally hauls himself off the ice. 

    America manages to hold his own, but gets a penalty for hooking shortly after Canada gets back on the ice and another argument ensues. If there were more players, Poland probably would have pulled Canada for all the arguing he's doing. Finland, picking himself back up, looks nothing short of smug. If there's one thing that he's good at when it comes to this game, it's definitely riling everyone else up so they make mistakes. America throws his stick aside when Denmark makes a goal. 

    The highlight of the game isn't when Finland and Canada start throwing punches (because that felt inevitable), but when Sweden and Russia both get into it in center ice after Finland ended up sprawled in the net behind Russia. There's a little bit of confusion, and then Denmark and America end up serving the penalties for their goalies, both of them more than a little annoyed. They only take a break halfway through the game, in which both Finland and Canada can be clearly heard venting all their frustrations. When they get back on, America manages to tie the game. "Who's going to win, do you think?" Spain asks Norway.

    Without looking up, Norway replies, "Not my idiots." He can already see it -- Finland is getting more frustrated and Denmark is floundering a bit. The mistakes that happened in the next half were predictable to Norway. And, just as he'd expected, those mistakes cost them the game. Although, Sweden did an amazing job compensating for his teammates and so, despite getting an impressive 20 shots on goal (that Norway counted), Canada only got one last goal in to take the lead. 

    By the time the game ends, Poland looks as though he'd like to stop arguing and actually punch someone, and Iceland skates off in a huff. Oh, it's going to be a long night of Finland breaking down the game and talking about how unfair the game had gone, with Sweden nodding his approval. Denmark will be hidden away somewhere, sulking, and dealing with that will be fun, too. Norway grimaces as he watches Canada, America, and Russia celebrate while Finland attempts to break the ice with his stick.

    There's no such thing as a friendly game of hockey between Canada and Finland. 

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  • keepingthetheme
    22.05.2022 - 5 days ago

    More DenNor for my AltCardverseAu

    Insta: lkdrawssometimes

    #theres a reason denmark has swedens colours its not an oversight i promise #dennor#norden#hws denmark#aph denmark#denmark hetalia#hws norway#aph norway#norway hetalia#hetalia#hws#aph#aph dennor#hws dennor#AltCardverseAu#my art#lukas bondevik#mathias køhler #hetalia axis powers #god i bet this looks wank once its posted
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  • morgan-n-cheese-91
    22.05.2022 - 6 days ago

    The great and mighty Swedish Empire taken out by a nut tap

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  • darcymariaphoster
    22.05.2022 - 6 days ago

    Chapters: 2/? Fandom: Hetalia: Axis Powers Rating: Teen And Up Audiences Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Denmark/Norway (Hetalia), Finland/Sweden (Hetalia), America/Japan (Hetalia) Characters: Denmark (Hetalia), Norway (Hetalia), Sweden (Hetalia), Finland (Hetalia), Female America (Hetalia), Female Japan (Hetalia) Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - 1920s, Crossdressing, Speakeasies, Underground Clubs, Period-Typical Homophobia, Being true to oneself, A bit of drama, a lot of what i would consider fluff for this, and a decent amount of 1920s glitz and glam, set in 1920s New York City Series: Part 8 of Nordic Tales Summary:

    Mathias is an average person, living an average life. And that's fine with him. Until he runs into a stranger one day, who makes him question everything about himself that he's been trying so hard to ignore.

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  • meow-miix
    20.05.2022 - 1 week ago

    Very cozy Sufin sketch ❤️

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  • miillch
    20.05.2022 - 1 week ago

    complicated romantic relationships in a single scandinavian family (in general, yes, they are siblings. not biological relatives, of course, because anthropomorphic personifications cannot have parents and blood relatives in principle. maybe i'll tell more about this someday and show my version of hetalian genealogy)

    yes i'm cringe but i'm free

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  • kleinzarohe
    19.05.2022 - 1 week ago
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  • darcymariaphoster
    19.05.2022 - 1 week ago

    Chapters: 1/? Fandom: Hetalia: Axis Powers Rating: Teen And Up Audiences Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply Relationships: Denmark/Norway (Hetalia), Finland/Sweden (Hetalia), America/Japan (Hetalia) Characters: Denmark (Hetalia), Norway (Hetalia), Sweden (Hetalia), Finland (Hetalia), Female America (Hetalia), Female Japan (Hetalia) Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - 1920s, Crossdressing, Speakeasies, Underground Clubs, Period-Typical Homophobia, but i'm also creating a little nook that may or may not have existed for them, Being true to oneself, A bit of drama, a lot of what i would consider fluff for this, and a decent amount of 1920s glitz and glam Series: Part 8 of Nordic Tales Summary:

    Mathias is an average person, living an average life. And that's fine with him. Until he runs into a stranger one day, who makes him question everything he's been trying so hard to ignore.

    (Not a "I didn't know I was gay", period piece; but more like a "I knew but I was ignoring that fact, thanks tho" kind of piece.)

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  • simple-persica
    19.05.2022 - 1 week ago

    Vänskap är magiskt

    Bonus based on a dream I had a long time ago:

    #hetalia#aph sweden#hws sweden#sufin #I totally forgot about that dream lamo #I was shopping for crops tops and Sweden materialized behind me #he grabbed a crop top with Fin's face on it and ran #that's all I remember
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  • shyvixy
    19.05.2022 - 1 week ago

    Finland wears contacts. Sweden wears glasses. Nor and ice wear reading glasses. Denmark needs them but refuses to go to the eye doctor.

    Finland is farsighted

    Sweden is nearsighted

    Norway and Iceland both are farsighted but not too bad

    Denmark is nearsighted

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