historize: (america--rockin like a rock star)
Title: Everyone Hail to the Pumpkin Song
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, England, Spain, France, Australia and New Zealand, Mexico, Ireland, Denmark
Rating: R
Warnings: Sexual implications and drugs
Summary: Two Halloween parties, so little time.


Tonight, it's a Carnival half-mask--black and gold, with bells and wild feathers. He's got a wig made of gray raffia, rabbit feet and more bells. He wears no shirt and he has on a skirt made of leather throngs. There's body glitter on him--France smeared it on his face. )
historize: (Default)
Title: Wasting Away Again II
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, England, Canada, France, Australia and New Zealand
Rating: PG
Warnings: Parrot-headed-ness, lyrics are from Jimmy Buffet's How a Pirate Looks at 40. Have a listen, here
Summary: The second time England hears singing, it's at the Vietnam Memorial...


God knows why I decided to try posting this here

He’s got a cigarette in his left fingers because his right is all bandaged up again from whatever episode Australia has had recently. )
historize: (england--gangster)
Title: Wasting Away Again
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, England, Canada, France
Rating: PG
Warnings: dorkiness, Parrot-headed-ness
Summary: Totally dorky. Done entirely because I love it. Lyrics to Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville. Because I'm sure America loves it. And maybe Canada too.


Canada flexed his arm, as if showing off a tattoo. )
historize: (hetalia--russia--in blue)
I watched a movie called "The Spanish Apartment" this is directly based on the scene where the French guy goes to the apartment to meet his new roommates. One is English, one is Spanish, one is Italian, one is German and one is Danish.

It is a hilariously fun movie.


The political ramifications of housing an American and a Russian in the same place had better not be a problem. Else I will make you eat a chip sandwich, which will make you want to vomit. )
historize: (hetalia--america--eyes to the skies)
Title: New York Minute
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, England, Canada, France, Germany, Prussia, Austria, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Japan, China
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: 9/11
Summary: I am not usually one to attempt things on this subject but I decided to fill a request on the Hetalia Meme. The prompt was: 9/11 happens during a world meeting.


It ended up making me really sad.

England, who had been reading a book under the table, looked up. France, who had been nearly asleep, also looked up. )
historize: (hetalia--america--eyes to the skies)
Title: The Electric Slide
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, mentions of England, Canada, France and Germany
Rating: PG
Warnings: language, allusions to modern politics and the New York and London terrorist attacks
Summary: Just a short bit I suddenly wrote down--about America being out in the desert and thinking about music and why he is where he is.



He could take it. And he would emerge wiser, hopefully.  )
historize: (america--rockin like a rock star)
Title: At the Olympics
Warnings: Nothing. Just me being stupid.
Event: Afterwards and allusions to the WORLD CUP

"Damn, burn, Russia."

"It was a ridiculous claim but one I will stand by."

"Forty medals. I didn't even hit forty medals."

"I know. I am well aware."

America laughed. "I'm sorry! I'm sorry, Russia! Just--I would totally feel, you know, understanding towards Pleshenko and stuff but he just--threw a fucking temper tantrum! I mean, really!"

"America, I'd be careful about cockiness were I you. When the World Cup comes this summer, you will sing a very different tune." England was lifting his tea cup.

America shook his head and looked at Canada, giving him a definite, See, I told you, look. He looked back at England. "Canada wins the most Golds ever at a Winter Olympics. And I win the most medals ever. If we were any other two countries, we would be allowed to be as arrogant as we wanted. But because Canada hosted and I'm--fucking me, of course--we can't. You guys can't wait to tell me how fat and stupid I am but who wins Nobel Prizes? Who wins Olympic medals? Me. And my people wanna win precisely because we get insulted so much."

"Well, you turned that around," France said, waving a hand to diffuse the situation. "You are traditionally quite weak at the Winter Olympics but you did fantastic."

America winked at Canada. "You know why that is?" He sat back, took a drink of his coffee. "Because my people got sick and tied of hearing about how much everyone thinks we suck. You know why I'm usually shit at the World Cup? Because my people don't give a shit about soccer--"

"Football."

"Shut up," America said, pointing at England. "You know what, England. You better hope to God that my people never get serious about soccer. Because we'll sweep the World Cup and you'll hate me for it. So enjoy it while you can."

England straightened his back. "I beg your pardon." But he looked serious. England was a football hooligan, after all, tried and true.

"You heard me. This summer. You and me, old man. You and me."



Notes: Just before the Winter Olympics started, Russia declared that they would take 40 medals. That's a ridiculous number. And particularly embarrassing because Russia only came away with 15.

America, on the other hand, got 37 medals--the most in any Winter Olympics (in which America is usually weak) and Canada got 14 golds, which is the most golds for any single country in the Winter Olympics.

Pleshenko is the Russian skater who won Silver. He lost to an American and he threw a temper tantrum about it. Making everyone else roll their eyes.


The World Cup this summer is set with an extremely interesting game. England vs America. They've only played each other one other time in the 50s and everyone expected America to lose. And so everyone was very surprised when America won.



So I apologize for how arrogant this might have sounded. That's usually not my thing but I'm letting a little Alfred-pride come through.
historize: (hetalia--denmark)
Title: At the Olympics
Warnings: Nothing. Just me being stupid.
Event: The Biathlon


France was looking smug, and he had most every reason to. He was winning a creepy amount of medals at this sport.

"It is not so surprising that lots of people in this sport are soldiers," Russia said. "Such excellent aim."

America had his arms crossed. "We should really be better at this--me and Canada both."

"Well, it makes sense--you can have guns whenever you like. In Europe, you go to effort of getting a gun only if you really want to learn how to fire it. No offense--but you take it for granted," France put in.

"Yeah," said Denmark, "That does make sense. The whole thing though--it's like a Norwegian drive-by shooting."

America, Prussia and Canada all choked on their coffees. England looked aside, trying not to smile.

Norway elbowed him in the ribs.
historize: (Default)
Title: At the Olympics
Warnings: Nothing. Just me being stupid.
Event: Figure skating. And hot men




"Holy crap, who is that?" America asked, sitting up in his chair.

England snorted, he didn't give a damn about any of these pounces. He was only here because America and Canada had men competing. And that was it. Nothing else. Nothing. Nothing to do with the leather and feathers and spandex and glitter and--wait, what.

"That's Stephane Lambiel," snapped Switzerland. "One of mine. You have something to say about it, America?"

America looked across England at Switzerland. On America's other side, France and Canada leaned over. America looked back at the skater. "I wanna touch his hair!"

England started and did a double-take. "What?"

"I wanna touch his hair! Look at his hair! It's all--" America flung his head around in a circle.

Canada raised a hand to his mouth but France was nodding. "Oh, yes. I definitely see it."

America flung his arms up. "I know, right! It looks so soft!"

Canada burst out laughing, sitting back in his seat.
historize: (america--nothing but bitches and hos)
Title: Chocolate-Covered Bacon
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, Canada, England, France, Spain, Mexico
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, violence
Summary: Bull-riding, tractor pulling and Monster trucks

posted here

This is your fault. They are so weird because of you! )
historize: (hetalia--americanada--noms)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Canada, America, England, Germany and Prussia, so far; hinted at England/Canada
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, violence
Summary: So far, Canada on D-Day (June 6th, 1944; when England, America, Canada and France beached on the French coast to begin kicking the Germans out).

I have not decided where exactly I wanted to go with this--I just thought it would be fun to write a fight scene between Canada and Germany and I don't often see any England/Canada.

This is most definitely not yet finished. I'm just hoping that posting it will inspire me a little.


Hard to believe a guy like that gets battle nerves. You ever looked at his eyes when he’s fighting? )
historize: (hetalia--france--sunglasses)
I know, I know. I post here but haven't been able to write anything myself lately. College is stressful and everything else. I hope to continue soon.


But for now.


fem!France/fem!England? I am a fan.


Thank you, yet again [livejournal.com profile] katamanda
historize: (hetalia--englandamerica--scrubadub)
Title: What a Wonderful World (Part four)
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Basically, everyone. This particular part has Spain, Prussia, Burma, India, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, England, Mexico, Vietnam, and North Korea and France. Also Denmark, Canada, Russia, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand and Greenland. And Nepal and Wales.
Rating: thematic R
Warnings: violence
Summary: Basically, World War III

posted here

He was shivering and he seemed really tired but otherwise, he complained about getting lost at sea a lot. )
historize: (hetalia--denmark)
Title: What a Wonderful World (Part three)
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Basically, everyone. This particular part has Spain, Prussia, Burma, India, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, England and France. Also Denmark, Canada, Russia, Norway, Iceland, Finland, and Greenland.
Rating: thematic R
Warnings: violence, lots of Viking Violence for great justice.
Summary: Basically, World War III

posted here

You know, it’s almost sinister how he can smile and be so sweet and then do things like this )

And a big thanks to [livejournal.com profile] lilgreekaus91, who did two pictures for me! One of England, Scotland, Australia and NZ and one of Ireland

WIP

Jul. 19th, 2009 11:30 am
historize: (hetalia--switzerland--bang bang)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): Basically, everyone. This particular part has a lot of America, New Zealand, Canada, Australia, England, Scotland, Ireland, and a pinch of France and Spain, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and China.
Rating: thematic R
Warnings: violence, war


This is a bit I've been holding onto for a long time because I couldn't figure out what to do with it. But sometimes I find that I get inspired after I post things publicly. I'm not sure why that is--I guess just the pressure of, "Hey, everyone can see this! Make it better!"

The topic was...the idea of a third World War--and given the current temperament of politics right now, I just very briefly alluded to it starting in the Middle East and spreading from there. That is not something I've finalized--which is why I kept references to it short because I haven't worked it all out yet--how it started or how it's going to end.

This is not going to be a long epic story because I probably would get lost in the details. This first bit is about 30 pages and if every bit ended up being around that long, that wouldn't surprise me.

In short, any comments or anything would be really appreciated. This is, again, a work-in-progress--so nothing is set in stone. Nothing is finished. I don't even have a title picked out.


I just write and work by myself and have no one to really bounce ideas off of.


Posted here

EDIT: And my original intention to post--was too long, so I cut some of the last pages of part one off...and I guess I'll add them into part two.



Yeah, he’s like one of America’s X-Men—you know the one, Wolverine. )
historize: (hetalia--america--eyes to the skies)
Title: Cling to War
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America, England, Canada, France, Australia, New Zealand, Prussia
Rating: thematic R
Warnings: some violence, mentions of the concentration camps and the war in the Pacific; England and Canada getting France out of Paris, some derogatory language
Summary: America copes badly with the brutality of WW2, Papa!England eventually throws pancake batter at him.

I found myself wanting to write after marathoning an amazing World War II miniseries called "Band of Brothers". It was awesome and I recommend it to anyone and everyone.

Eventually posted here

You insolent little sod! Ignore me, will you! I’ll have your boots for that! )
historize: (hetalia--england--fork and knife)
Title: Oedipus Called He Wants His Complex Back
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): implied England/France, pre-revolutionary!America and Canada
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, fem!England, France is opportunistic, America tries to kill him
Summary: I saw a cute little piece yesterday about fem!England and child!America and I thought it was weird that I've never seen anything with an older America. So I thought, "Hey! I'll try it!"

And now, I completely understand why I don't ever see it. Because it is one of the most awkward things ever.

Because it seems entirely natural for America to suddenly realize, "Whoa, my mom is hot!"

Also, I way prefer England with the bun. I know "official fem!England" has pigtails but the bun just seems so her.

This was just a short, fun piece to write because it flits between amusingly awkward and awkwardly serious.


Posted here


England had this strange way of having no salt to add and yet making everything taste like the Dead Sea )
historize: (hetalia--englandamerica--scrubadub)
Title: Stepping Stones
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz, kept track of at [livejournal.com profile] historize
Character(s) or Pairing(s): implied England/France, Canada and America (pre-revolution), and a mention of Scotland and Ireland
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, war and some suggestive dialog/situations
Summary: Just a fun piece--with darker undertones--but fun, about the French and Indian War and France discovering Canada and all four of them in London--and George III is boring.
Note: I needed a prompt because I was stuck on another bit I'm working on. [livejournal.com profile] twistedsheets10 gave me: Canada, America, England and France, happy family times. So, not all of it's happy but it's them.

post here. Editing done on 07/16/09

I didn’t know there were woman-nations! )
historize: (hetalia--prussia--chibisparkle)
Title:
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): primarily Prussia and bitty!Germany and some Brandenburg; implied Prussia/Brandenburg and a hint of Prussia/Denmark
Rating: PG-13
Warnings: language, war and some suggestive dialog

Notes: Haven't come up with a title yet. I'll try and think of one while I work through editing this. This ended up so long that I had to cut it in two. I haven't finished the second part yet.

posted here


Oh, you look surprised? Well, everyone else is running about picking up little brothers and sisters. I kind of want one too. So, from now on, I am your older brother. )
historize: (hetalia--prussia--chibisparkle)
Title: The Tommyknockers
Author/Artist: [livejournal.com profile] historyblitz
Character(s) or Pairing(s): America/England, mentions of Canada and France
Rating: PG-13,
Warnings: language and some suggestive dialog


Notes: Haha, I wrote this last night and this morning because of a conversation I had with the lovely [livejournal.com profile] katamanda. We were talking about a game--and I mentioned the Tommyknockers. I wasn't sure if she had heard of them so I asked her, "Hey, do you know about the Tommyknockers?"

And she says, "Those pixies that live in mines?"

And I was like, "Huh?"

You see, I had never heard of the folklore behind Tommyknockers. I know of them from the Stephen King novel (and movie that I saw when I was seven--and I love Stephen King but that traumatized me for life--I still haven't read that book all the way through because of what I saw in that movie) but they are very, very different from England's Tommyknockers.

So I thought it would be hilarious to do a little piece--based on a real misunderstanding between an American and an Englishwoman.

And, y'know, because it's fun.

Not sure if I'll post this to the main comm--since it's just for fun and it's pretty short.


Eventually posted here


Late last night and the night before/Tommyknockers, Tommyknockers knocking at my door )

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