(I think he might be) boosting his defense with sandbags!!
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When you order a product in China, a really cute order acceptance screen shows up.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
Since it will take time before the product arrives, please wait.
By the way, when you reserve a hotel in Hong Kong,
the ending words of the agreement are unexpectedly “なんだからね”.
“なんだからね” in hotel reservations is highly destructive.
Did they learn their Japanese from anime? …My thoughts go to the voice actors.
>I made smileys of him and him in my own style!
Next, I would like an answer from Hima…!
Canada and Austria lol
How cute. Thanks for the cute smileys.
>Who is the Japanese kid who attended to Netherlands when he showed up? Is he Osaka?
As for Estonia, why does he always have strange experiences? Is it because he’s cool?
1 It’s Osaka. He’s the world’s kitchen, so he’s a gourmet.
2 The elite glasses summons unusual fellows!
>When I scanned the barcode for big brother France’s 200×240 mobile wallpaper, it’s England…!!
What a block from England…
Sorry, I’ll fix this soon!!
>>America and England were hilarious in the recent African front comic.
What kind of weapons did they have?
I read a book on failed weapons from each country, and England had a lot surprisingly.
In England it’s major, but the Boulton Paul Defiant is cute.
But it’s a fighter plane in which the bullets come from its rear.
The Defiant seemed surprised that initially for a limited time
the German army actually had bullets that also came out from the back.
Because of the weight of the rear bullets, it’s easy for it to be a slow-moving target during the day,
but it can work hard at night.
The Defiant feels that if a human can do it, it seems possible.
The M3, which was made under the development cooperation of both countries, was an adorably lanky tank with interesting circumstances.
The British army’s M3 medium tank, without a cupola (furnace)
was named after the civil war Union general Grant
and the American army’s model M3, with a cupola,
was named after the civil war Confederate general Lee.
The way they were named and the model differences are really interesting.
The American army was formally a shield for the British army in the French territories in Africa, and they got surrounded as depicted, and had quite a terrible experience,
but they were successful later on, and when they went to Sicily, so they could have introduced them there.
The clash between the Italian army’s M13/40 and the M4 was just your usual bullying.
>It’s Halloween in about a month!
I like the Halloween atmosphere!
This year, maybe I’ll try to dress up characters who weren’t in many costume scenes.
>The Kumajirou hat is cute!!
Where is it sold!?
Is it America!?
Is it from America!?
It seems it’s from an American anime shop…
In Japan, it seems they sell them in Rakuten import shops.
It’s funny that there’s a lot of fairly unusual American goods.
>Why does Russia’s gun come with a manhole lid?
It’s a disk-type magazine, and bullets come out from there!
It’s said from COD players to be a frisbee or a candy container.
>Fisher’s name was spelt like “fis○her”,
>unlike the usual “fisher”, I think there’s another letter after “s”…
>or is Fisher a family name?
Well, his real name is Reinhard Fischer, but everyone calls him Fischer.
It feels a bit old-fashioned with the German spelling.
The Baker sisters are English Americans, and Suehiro is a Japanese American.
As for Chibisan, she’s a Nantucketer from Nantucket.