Russia has the first AK-47 in his storage room.
Part of Belarus’s desire to marry Russia is her low sense of self-worth.
Ukraine and Poland basically see Belarus as a child. For this reason, they’re irritated by Lithuania’s crush on her, especially because they find him to be such a good “big brother” figure otherwise. Lithuania just assumes they’re jealous and shrugs.
Russia gets self-conscious about the various scars he’s got from battles.
Belarus can actually get possessive towards Ukraine as well. The main difference between her possessiveness of Russia and her possessiveness of Ukraine is that she’ll never blame Russia for not paying attention to her, but she’ll always blame and get angry at Ukraine. She’s blunt with her feelings towards Russia, but she’ll try hiding any fondness she has for Ukraine.
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Russia has scars on his neck, but he’s not insecure about the scars. He just can’t stand having his neck exposed.
Peter the Great used to say that Russia was more at home in a field with peasants rather than in a palace with kings. This was true, until Catherine the Great forced Russia to take etiquette lessons. Now he acts like the perfect gentleman. (most of the time)