October22012
shadzu:

kirono:

Breakfast for dinner tonight!

I’m gonna die
you both are going to be the death of me with all of this Canada cuteness

shadzu:

kirono:

Breakfast for dinner tonight!

I’m gonna die

you both are going to be the death of me with all of this Canada cuteness

September252012
beemerinbloomers:

I just wanted to draw something really girly and pink!

beemerinbloomers:

I just wanted to draw something really girly and pink!

September232012
shieunni:

So I felt like going back to an old 2P design set I did a while back! I’m a little sad bc I gave the original drawing to someone at a convention ;w;
also, Alfred/Johnny’s eyes are targets because WHY NOT

shieunni:

So I felt like going back to an old 2P design set I did a while back! I’m a little sad bc I gave the original drawing to someone at a convention ;w;

also, Alfred/Johnny’s eyes are targets because WHY NOT

September192012
2AM
August222012

beekwhy:

so i kinda did

a

2p CanEng mini comic whoops okay here goes

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(Source: ladybeek)

August172012
7PM
beekwhy:

based on cho’s headcanon because wow beat-up manly snuggles what a good headcanon

beekwhy:

based on cho’s headcanon because wow beat-up manly snuggles what a good headcanon

(Source: ladybeek)

July302012
ladybeemer:

Beemer has cute AU ideas~ I couldn’t help but think the Night Worker Matt/Vampire Francis AU is adorable!I think I just like Matt in uniforms. > w <Also, Francis would wear fancy clothes no matter the era, because he can. 
Submitted by: stephodell
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OH. MY GOSH.

It’s so cute, ‘I’ma die now.
France is the sassiest vampire guys. HE IS. AGHDJKSFL
THANKS SO MUCH, OMG. YOU MADE MY MORNING. AHHHH

ladybeemer:

Beemer has cute AU ideas~ I couldn’t help but think the Night Worker Matt/Vampire Francis AU is adorable!

I think I just like Matt in uniforms. > w <

Also, Francis would wear fancy clothes no matter the era, because he can. 

Submitted by: stephodell

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OH. MY GOSH.

It’s so cute, ‘I’ma die now.

France is the sassiest vampire guys. HE IS. AGHDJKSFL

THANKS SO MUCH, OMG. YOU MADE MY MORNING. AHHHH

(via stephodell)

July212012

losthitsu:

Second batch of Vol. 4 special edition with folk costumes translation - America, Canada, Russia and China.

July192012
chocofart:

“At the end of the day, its forward elements stood deeper into France than those of any other division. The opposition the Canadians faced was stronger than that of any other beach save Omaha. That was an accomplishment in which the whole nation could take considerable pride.” - John Keegan, British historian.
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On June 6, 1944, now known to history as D-Day, Operation Overlord, the long-awaited invasion of Northwest Europe, began with Allied landings on the coast of Normandy. The task was formidable for the Germans had turned the coastline into a continuous fortress with guns, pillboxes, wire, mines and beach obstacles - and on it depended the outcome of the war.
The military planners had given Canada a major role on D-Day: to take one of the five designated beaches where Allied forces were to land to begin the liberation of Europe from Nazi Germany. The Americans had Utah and Omaha beaches in the west, then came the British at Gold, then the Canadians at Juno Beach and finally the British at Sword on the east.
The greatest seaborne invasion in history was aimed at 80 kilometres of mostly flat, sandy beach along the Normandy coast, west of the Seine River, east of the jutting Cotentin Peninsula. Canada’s objective was right in the middle.
There were about 155,000 soldiers, 5,000 ships and landing craft, 50,000 vehicles and 11,000 planes set for the coming battle.
Before dawn on D-Day, 230 heavy bombers from RCAF No.6 Group pounded German shore batteries with 860 tons of bombs. And in the daylight hours, RCAF fighter squadrons flew top cover for the invasion beaches. Fifty Canadian destroyers, frigates and corvettes assisted in covering the invasion, providing anti-submarine escort and bombarding shore targets. 14,000 Canadians stormed ashore on Juno Beach and were the only force to capture all their initial objectives that day, at a cost of 1000 casualties, of which 350 were fatal.
In preparation for the invasion, Americans, British and Canadians underwent months of special training. Supplies were amassed in southern England. Ground, sea and air forces rehearsed endlessly to ensure perfect timing and co-operation.
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chocofart:

“At the end of the day, its forward elements stood deeper into France than those of any other division. The opposition the Canadians faced was stronger than that of any other beach save Omaha. That was an accomplishment in which the whole nation could take considerable pride.” - John Keegan, British historian.

___________________________________________________________________________________

On June 6, 1944, now known to history as D-Day, Operation Overlord, the long-awaited invasion of Northwest Europe, began with Allied landings on the coast of Normandy. The task was formidable for the Germans had turned the coastline into a continuous fortress with guns, pillboxes, wire, mines and beach obstacles - and on it depended the outcome of the war.

The military planners had given Canada a major role on D-Day: to take one of the five designated beaches where Allied forces were to land to begin the liberation of Europe from Nazi Germany. The Americans had Utah and Omaha beaches in the west, then came the British at Gold, then the Canadians at Juno Beach and finally the British at Sword on the east.

The greatest seaborne invasion in history was aimed at 80 kilometres of mostly flat, sandy beach along the Normandy coast, west of the Seine River, east of the jutting Cotentin Peninsula. Canada’s objective was right in the middle.

There were about 155,000 soldiers, 5,000 ships and landing craft, 50,000 vehicles and 11,000 planes set for the coming battle.

Before dawn on D-Day, 230 heavy bombers from RCAF No.6 Group pounded German shore batteries with 860 tons of bombs. And in the daylight hours, RCAF fighter squadrons flew top cover for the invasion beaches. Fifty Canadian destroyers, frigates and corvettes assisted in covering the invasion, providing anti-submarine escort and bombarding shore targets. 14,000 Canadians stormed ashore on Juno Beach and were the only force to capture all their initial objectives that day, at a cost of 1000 casualties, of which 350 were fatal.

In preparation for the invasion, Americans, British and Canadians underwent months of special training. Supplies were amassed in southern England. Ground, sea and air forces rehearsed endlessly to ensure perfect timing and co-operation.

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(Source: machomapleart, via losthitsu)

July132012
July92012
July52012

asksnakeengland:

Matthew: It’s great that you all love him so much, but could you please not give him any more sweets?? He’ll get sick! And I can see you, you little devil. You cannot have them.

July42012
askmailmanjones:

Happy July 4th everyone!!
Thank you so much for the wishes today! I’ll answer them throughout this week. I hope you had a lovely day and saw lots of tax dollars exploding in the sky. @u@b

askmailmanjones:

Happy July 4th everyone!!

Thank you so much for the wishes today! I’ll answer them throughout this week. I hope you had a lovely day and saw lots of tax dollars exploding in the sky. @u@b

(Source: , via gotchibi)

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