Tuesday, August 26, 2014


Giveaway Time!! To celebrate 5,000 Followers, I’ve gone to Germany and returned with delicious, sugary goodies, as a thank you!!

One winner will receive all of these gummies pictured, including the Haribo tin! This is the Holy Grail for gummy lovers! Read on to figure out how you can score all this!


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This giveaway ends Sunday, 31 August Monday, 1 September at 11:59pm USA EST. One winner will be chosen via random number generator and will be contacted through their ask box on my main blog, superlolita. You do not have to follow superlolita to enter, only Germanbrothers. The winner has 24 hours after being contacted to be in touch with me!

!! IMPORTANT !! By entering, you agree to participate, win, and consume this giveaway and these prizes at your own discretion. I am NOT responsible for any health effects sustained or experienced as a result of you or others consuming these prizes. Feel free to contact me or these companies regarding allergy or ingredient information. As these gummies contain gelatin, they are not vegan or vegetarian friendly.

Viel Glück!!

I realized that I will actually be out of town this Sunday, when the giveaway is over. So I have extended it one more day until Monday! Hooray! More time for you to get entries in!






words can hurt

  • Germania: Hello Teutonic Knights
  • Prussia: Omg dad nobody calls me that anymore I go by Prussia now get with the times
  • Germania: Is that supposed to sound "cool" or something
  • Prussia: Yes
  • Germania: You're a loser. Now where is Holy Rome
  • Prussia: DAD
Monday, August 25, 2014



25 August 1758: Prussian troops defeat the Russian army in the Battle of Zorndorf during the Seven Years’ War.

Okay so this battle was called the "Bloodiest of the 18th Century" by those who lived to see the end of it. Mostly because a shitton of people died. Duh.

This battle happened because the Prussians had lost a few battles and Queen Maria Therese of Austria was feeling pretty good about this war, and she thought that she could win it. In order to further her successes, she called upon the Russian army and asked if they would like to participate in a good old-fashioned Prussian ass-whooping.

The Russians, being the Russians, agreed.


In the days leading up, the Russians invaded East Prussia with 43,000 troops and got within 100 km/62 mi of Berlin in order to meet up with the Austrian Field Marshal Daun (remember him?)

Frederick the Great heard of this and was like, oh shit, well we gotta do something so they don’t meet up and then we’re pretty much fucked.

He was also probably Batman.

So what did he do? He gathered 36,000 men (compared to the Russians’ 43,500) and rode out to attack the Russians’ rear.

However, Count William Fermor, who was leading the Russians, heard about this and took up position near where he was in Zorndorf and sent out some “observation corps” (really just a bunch of young guys who had no idea wtf they were facing) to meet them on 25 August. I guess his plan was to have them get slaughtered and right when the Prussians thought they had won he’d be like, SHAZAM, HERE’S OUR REAL ARMY, BITCH!


The young corps actually managed to hold their own for quite a while until Friedrich Wilhelm von Seydlitz, one of the most famed cavalry generals in all of German history, showed up to help.

It’s nice to know this guy was prettier AND deadlier than most of us. Also I’m pretty sure that’s a salad in his hat.

Prussian and Russian cavalry faced off against each other, and the result led the Russian cavalry to retreat back to their infantry lines. However, with all the gun smoke and dust and WAR in the air, the Russian infantry thought it was the Prussians coming at them and open-fired on the cavalry.


During the battle, both sides quickly ran out of powder and resulted in hand-to-hand combat, which continued throughout the night.

The following day, the Russians finally retreated, after losing over half of their men. 80% of the “observation corps” of young dudes were dead. The Prussians lost over a third. Most historians consider this battle a Prussian victory, since the Russians were able to retreat out of Prussia and were thus unable to meet with their Austrian allies.


Afterwards, Frederick the Great was recorded to have remarked, "It is easier to kill the Russians than it is to win over them." Before this battle, he thought the Russians as incompetent, and afterwards, he was known to have great respect for them.


Sunday, August 24, 2014

Anonymous said: Germany started having a sexual attraction to Prussia during his teen years. Prussia knew this but wouldn't allow such behavior since he was his brother and so young. Now that Germany is an adult, Prussia tends to be a bit more lose. Besides, who doesn't love a hot, German man under them moaning in pure pleasure and begging "Br-brother!"


Trying to get out of art block… I miss this guy and his L’Oreal hair though, didn’t draw him in a while.And I think it’s needed to add that APH Saxony is a canon character, not my oc, yeah…


Trying to get out of art block… I miss this guy and his L’Oreal hair though, didn’t draw him in a while.
And I think it’s needed to add that APH Saxony is a canon character, not my oc, yeah…