Tagged by Embasan again! Sorry I don't have anyone else to tag! >.<
First query: From where/who/what did you realize Hetalia existed?
-I came across it on Youtube's Fumination channel
Second query: What was your first impression of the first episode. (Yes, that first episode, the voice actor's voices blending in and overlapping, and general havoc-wrecking and what say you)
-I thought it was crazy but the accents and depictions were really funny
Third query: Did you like, love or hate it at first and why?
-I loved the show for its raunchy comedy
Fourth query: Before discovering how sentimental the fanworks and fan interpretation could get, would you have kept watching/reading?
Fifth query: When faced with the deepest/saddest interpretation of a character/country, what/who do you think is responsible for the fans' reception of this show in this way? The creator or the interpretation of the characters by the fans?
-I believe Himaruya never intended for Hetalia to be only one-sided in comedy. It has its deep moments, and I hope the fans get a better respect for the countries as characters more than boy-toy sex objects.
Sixth query: Do you think Hetalia (as a show) has bias of any kind?
-Totally but that doesn't stop me from watching
Seventh query: What is the most disappointing thing you've discovered about Hetalia and the countries themselves?
-That America has glasses when Caucasian men rarely find glasses appealing here. That always bugged me.
Eighth query: Do you think Hetalia is for everyone?/Do you think a show like this can be presented to just anyone?
-Nah, it's for people 18 and up, and I think that's for a good reason. A lot of the stuff would fly over youngsters' heads and fail to create the right impact.
Ninth query: For what reason would you think someone wouldn't like Hetalia at all, even after being educated about it?
-I took my world history classes, and I can still love the comic and show for what they are.
Tenth query: Some Hetalians are fans for life, believe me there are Hetalia fans in their late twenties who love or still love the show. Would you think that you'd leave this fandom anytime in the future and what about it makes you think others wouldn't leave?
-I don't plan on leaving. The comic and show are still fresh and I love that there's no concrete storyline.