Buon San Valentino
In Italian, Valentine's Day is called Buon San Valentino (*´∀｀*)
-With an Inflexible German-
Compared to Italians, Germans don't have a lot of words or body language to express love so sometimes it's difficult for them to understand Italians! (*´∀｀)
-With a Austrian Who Fakes Innocence-
-I'm Studying You Now.-
-Personalities are opposites, roots are the same-
Even though the personalities of Germans and Austrians are fundamentally opposites (Germans = strict and serious, Austrians = calm and prefer to enjoy life), their roots are the same. It's quite mysterious.
-I Like This Sort of Suspicious Book-
-With an Overly Easygoing Italian-
-Italy and Germany: So close and yet so far-
There are some things you must be cautious of in Germany. (´ー｀*)
In Germany, Valentine's Day is something celebrated between established lovers.
If you give presents lightheartedly, you'll probably cause a misunderstanding.
(Because of this custom, there isn't anything like White Day or obligatory chocolate giving over there either)
And red roses mean a confession of love, so make sure you don't send them to just anyone or you'll definitely cause a misunderstanding or two (´∀｀*)
-We Misunderstand Each Other Way Too Much-
- Google "Germany" and "pervert"-
- More than an alliance, less than a union-
- Going Back Home -
- Hides his name but not his Mariazell -