Dear diary, 

After going through endless time loops and watching my friends die again and again, I’ve realized something. I really miss the fighting. Not the wars, of course, but I miss the  silly arguments everyone would get into. But most of all, I miss fighting with Germany about training and being too cowardly and everything. I’d run a thousand laps if I could get those stupid arguments back.

-Italy

Submitted Anonymously.

Dear diary,

Music elitists annoy me to no end. Seriously, all music is good, whether it be the Beatles or One Direction. The only music that isn’t good is America’s singing voice. 

-England

Submitted Anonymously. 

TRACK NAME: how cOULD EGGS GO UP 60 YEN
ALBUM TITLE:
ARTIST: THEY ARE ON-- tch, FUCK
PLAY COUNT: 7646

caw—caw—motherfuckers:

found some bloopers

you know what this means (=ヮ=)೨

Dear diary,

I come here to the Vimy Memorial every April, if I can. To remember. You know… the Battle of Vimy Ridge was such a turning point for me, but I actually don’t remember much of it. I just recall working my way up that ridge, constantly telling myself to stay focused on the plan. And I remember running into Ludwig near the end, in the last line of German defences. He could have killed me; I could have killed him. But - and I still don’t know why I did this - I let him go. And the last look he gave me as he retreated was one of respect. I’ll never forget that look.

-Canada

((Submitter note: The Vimy Memorial, located in France, is devoted to the memory of the Canadians who fought in the Battle of Vimy Ridge from April 9-12, 1917, in WWI. It’s one of Canada’s most significant military victories, as it was the first time that all the Canadian soldiers were deployed together as a single unit.)

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Dear diary,

I went to the Vimy Memorial earlier today on a whim. And, what do you know? Matthieu was there as well. I saw him from a distance, wandering around the site. I wanted to approach him and let him know I was there, but mon fils seemed so deep in thought that I couldn’t bring myself to interrupt him. I know that this place means a lot to him, so maybe it’s better this way.

((Submitter note: The Vimy Memorial, located in France, is devoted to the memory of the Canadians who fought in the Battle of Vimy Ridge from April 9-12, 1917, in WWI. It’s one of Canada’s most significant military victories, as it was the first time that all the Canadian soldiers were deployed together as a single unit.))

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i keep talking about how much i like aph france and my mom took it literally and for christmas she got me like a giant french flag, a french scarf, two french flag bumper stickers and a box of french chocolates and im like. idk how to tell you this but-