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OOC: Back from being eaten by real life

Sorry I was gone for...nearly a month there. Lots of final projects for school and work and yeah.

Somehow, I cannot go back at all on my friendslist entries so if anything important happened to any characters, please let me know here.

I will respond to tags now. Sorry!


Sex Face Meme

character: usaisnumberwon | [Alfred F. Jones]


can't stand it anymorekissmind going blank from tensionfirst impression seeing xxx
receiving a blowjobfeeling irritated from getting bittenabout to come but holding backreleaseexhaustion
softlypassionatelyexpression after seeing partner's reaction"did it feel good?"passed out
link to meme code


Continuation from the Lovestruck Room

(continued from here: http://community.livejournal.com/aphdressingroom/1058651.html?thread=162164571#t162164571 )

Of course I am eager. You're the one who worked me up into such a state to begin with. You should be a bit more excited yourself!

*He pulls him into the room after him, stopping to shut the door behind Matthew.*


Writer's Block: Children of the sun

How do you think aliens would regard our society? If an alien ship landed in your backyard, would you run away or bring a bundt cake?

Actually, when Tony landed in Roswell, I kind of just showed up. I was just too excited that I forgot about stuff like cake or McDonald's...but you know he had kind of crash landed so I am sure me helping him out of that wreckage was all he wanted!

He still lives with me you know! He's a great guy! He's like...my most awesome roomie ever!

OOC: How America Sounds


I know this might not matter to most people, but I think it can help other people who read what America writes.

America sounds like Gene Kelly. He's got that youthful, higher range voice that sounds boyish. He speaks with a Transatlantic accent. This is accent is what all radio stars, television stars, and motion picture stars were trained in back in the 1930's-1950's. It's also called "Boarding School Accent." It is, in my opinion, the quintessential American accent.

Wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mid-Atlantic_English

And yes, my Alfred can tap dance.

I can't promise his French is as good as Gene Kelly's. But if you ever wonder how America sounds, or at least my America, he sounds like Gene Kelly.

As an aside, Alfred can speak in all the various dialects and accents his citizens use. He tends to only use them in the area of their origin. It's a means of blending in - appearing to be one's neighbor or old friend. Someone from the Bronx will hear a Bronx accent. Someone from Texas will get that Texas drawl. And so on and so forth.

To all the other nations, he sounds like one of his old time movie stars - particularly Gene Kelly. =)


*Alfred had climbed up one of the tallest hills in HQ and set up a picnic blanket. He laid out several more blankets, for when it got colder - and it would, it is winter after all - and a basket full of goodies. In case the food and drink Matthew might bring ran out. Better to have more than not enough! He waited for his boyfriend to show up.*

He's going to love watching this lunar eclipse!


Writer's Block: You're my best friend

Who was your best childhood friend, and where are they now?

Rabbit: He's out in the wild!

Whale: He's in the ocean!

England:...He's across the ocean. HOW'S THE SNOW IGGY?! HAHAHAHAHA.

Canada: He's above me! Well, not literally...well ok literally...but like he's in his house, and I'm in mine.

Aaron:...in my reality, which sounds weird, but he's gone in my reality. But we were real close, as close as brothers can be. Until the War.






Writer's Block: That's good eats

What was your favorite childhood meal? Do you still love it? Does it taste as good as you remember it?

Hamburgers weren't around when I was small and wee and really considered to be a CHILD.

A lot of other stuff was around though! Like...corn, and...turkey...and squash...

I used to really love England's cooking but then I got wise. But, if there is one English thing I love still, it's English muffins!

And something I love, and tastes as good as I remember it, is Matthew's pancakes. That stuff is better than CRACK.

Dinner Date with CSA

*Alfred walked into the dining room that Aaron had told him to meet him at. His brother was finally better, or at least well enough to cook him the dinner he had promised him. And Alfred had brought his hunger.*

[ooc: for ingreatdeeds and Aaron.]


OOC: Hiatus

Hey there lovely friends of this here America!

I'm going to be out of town and I won't be taking my computer with me. I'll be gone from October 7th 2010 until October 12th 2010.

So any tags/comments/PMs you send won't be answered until I get back okay? =D

America will miss you all but will come back just as awesome, if not awesomer!


CHARACTER NAME: Alfred F. Jones aka United States of America
CHARACTER SERIES: Axis Powers Hetalia/Hetalia World Series

This is the permissions list for OOC (out of character), activity.
Answer the following questions with "yes" or "no", as well as additional information if desired.

Backtagging: DO IT. I love it!
Threadhopping: YES YES YES!
Fourthwalling: Um...sure? I have no idea if this has ever happened to him...
Offensive subjects (elaborate): It depends on the situation. If the situation calls for offensive subjects, then we'll cross that bridge when the time comes. But refrain from randomly pulling the illegal aliens/gay rights/war on terrorism cards on him - he'll feel cornered and will do what any man under fire does - knock your block off.

This is the permissions list for IC (in-character), activity.
Answer the following questions with "yes" or "no", as well as additional information if desired. With IC permissions, it's a good idea to elaborate on what other players can expect from your character if they choose to do any of the following:

Hugging this character: Yes. He will probably hug back unless it is someone he doesn't want to hug.
Kissing this character: Depends. If he likes them, he won't mind. But we're talking on the cheek here. Kissing of his lips is reserved for people he trusts enough to get that close.
Flirting with this character: Yes. He'll probably flirt back!
Fighting with this character: Yes but do realize he will fight back. So if we want a certain outcome of a fight, let's plan it out first, otherwise you might be facing down a full nuclear arsenal.
Injuring this character (include limits and severity): Depends. I've yet to have him injured. Emotional/mental injuries I think have been done and he bounces back rather quickly from those. Physical injuries...well he hasn't been in any fights! So this would be planned out along with the course of an altercation.
Killing this character: No. I reserve the sole right to killing him. No one else is allowed to.
Using telepathy/mind reading abilities on this character: Yes. Chances are he will find this to be really cool unless he doesn't like the person who is reading his mind.


Alfred is very energetic and very friendly. He's never really out there looking for someone to beat up or annoy. But he also isn't out there to sow his wild oats. In fact, he is married, and while that isn't documented in any livejournal RPs, it has happened. So chances are he will not have sex with your character unless he thinks the risk is worth it. He really only lets people he trusts that close to him, and for the most part they have mainly been Canadas (they know him best after all). He loves children so if you have a child character, he will try really hard to befriend them and then can be counted on to come to their rescue if the need ever arises. If you're looking for an America who will get violent, will be angry or sad, or will screw the brains out of England, then this America is not for you. But he does like England - England is one of his best friends and in his heart of hearts, is still his big brother. So please, if you're an England, say hi. The two of you will have snarky, dorky, scenarios. And by all means, if your character wants to say hi, then let them! This America really holds no prejudices against his past enemies or current headaches. Maybe that's OOC but it's how he is. He's out there for a good time, not to bring real life drama to our RP world.

Get your own copy of the IC/OOC Permissions meme!


Livejournal, you're hoodwinking me!

Do excuse me for constantly spamming his journal with OOC posts.

So. This fellow's paid account has expired and that's fine.

What's NOT fine is I paid money to keep his long ass laundry list of icons. Because he likes his icons! And it was hard for him to go down to just 76!

But now, since he no longer has a paid account, he is down to 15...and the 15 most recently updated icons at that.

I've emailed LJ to hopefully get an answer as to WHY his icons aren't there when they have been FUCKING PAID FOR YOU ASSHOLES. They are good until a year from yesterday! I PAID FOR THEM. GIVE THEM BACK YOU SONSOFBITCHES!

To top this all off, my external is busted and I can't go and get back his older icons because I don't have a couple hundred dollars lying around, ready to be spent on data recovery.

So, I'm sorry, but until this issue gets resolved, he won't be responding to tags. He just can't without his icons otherwise they won't match how he's feeling.


So obviously BACK from hiatus

So yes, I am back! He is back! We are back! All systems are go! Hurrah!


OOC: Hiatus

Going to Otakon! I will respond to everything when I get back, and will probably join Spam Friday - if it gets posted - on Sunday! =D


Um, help my APHDR friends?

So I am back from all my vacations and what not aaaannnddd and I have no idea where to begin with aphdr. Do I just jump in and comment on any post I fancy? Or should I introduce myself? Any advice would be welcomed! m(__)m


Yes, I have dropped from UAPHDR. I will unjoin the communities once I get the a-okay from the mods that I have been removed. I expect the amount of people who have friended me to drop and that does not bother me,

However, I am keeping people I particularly enjoyed RPing with on my friends list. If you wish for me to remove you, just say so and I will. If you wish for me to add you, I just might! But speak up or it will go unnoticed!

Also, if you think I should save a particular thread where America/Virginia/Okinawa were just AWESOME, give me the link and I will. I like to look back on old logs/threads like everyone else!

If you still want to RP with me, that is totally fine! We can RP here in the journals or on IMs or through email!

My info:

AIM: AnimeJess
MSN: jess_holy@hotmail.com
Gmail: jessholy@gmail.com

Feel free to message me too!

And yes, I am in search of a new game, particularly for America. He is an attentionwhore after all! So if you know of a place, let me know!

And yes, I am STILL an active RPer!


Character Name: Alfred F. Jones

Place Represented: United States of America also known as the Union/the North. Answers to America.

When Founded/Age: July 4th, 1776. He uses that as his birthday but he's actually older than that. Just how old is uncertain.

Physical Appearance: America stands tall at 5 feet 10 inches. He has sky blue eyes, and blond hair that, depending on the lighting and angle, can look as bright as gold or as dull as wheat. He is constantly smiling, showing off his perfectly white and straight teeth. He has well developed musculature except for his stomach. While there is definition around his abs, there is still some pudge he can't seem to lose. It is the bane of his existence. He has broad shoulders, and a broad back. His ass is rather rotund, due to his intake of unhealthy foods. This is also the bane of his existence. He is in general a very attractive, young man who you want to cuddle because of his few round edges. He has exceptional super human strength, something he sometimes forgets about.

Personality: America is a fun loving young nation. He likes to make jokes, laugh, and smile. If something is fun, or sounds like fun, he wants to be doing it. He enjoys going to and throwing parties. He loves to make new friends, and visit his old friends. He is an avid learner, researching and studying different subjects as he discovers them. He is particularly fond of history, archeology and random facts. His favorite past times include eating, cooking, baking, playing video games, playing sports, watching TV, listening to music, traveling, going on adventures, and saving the world. Yes, America considers himself to be the world's sole hero. Or the best of all the heroes. He has a hero complex, to the point that he always refers to himself as awesome and heroic. He will often use this as a way to defend anything he has said or done. It is an annoying trait.

Since he considers himself to be the Superman of all nations, he often is out trying to defend justice and defeat evil. This sometimes gets him into trouble because America often misinterprets information. He isn't really stupid. He's actually quite intelligent. But he has found that it is easier to get his way and get along with others if he plays the lovable fool. But sometimes he just can't read the mood of the room. While America is generally a fun, nice guy, he can be quite serious. He does dislike some people, and will get into arguments and outright fist fights with them if provoked. He can be quite scary because he is a powerful nation, and if angered past reasoning, he will not hold back. In short, he seems like a happy, dumb simpleton, but he has a mysterious side. Also, he has a tendency to cross dress, and an extreme fear of anything scary. For a grown man, he can often be very childish. He also loves to cuddle and he loves animals. He is very loyal to all his friends. He loves all his states, cities, and territories to the best of his ability.

To sum him up: he is a very loud, often obnoxious but endearing young man who doesn't always act his age but still manages to make the world a better place with just positive attitude alone.

History: America was raised by the native people inhabiting the North American continent. He wandered with them all over the countryside. He was a very curious child so the day Sweden and Finland, and then the Netherlands landed on the East Coast, he was present. He watched them from the bushes, wanting to know who they were. He summoned up the courage to greet them the next time and that was when he first met England, Spain, and France. Spain went westward, and France went northward. America came to live with England, in a house England had built for him.

While under England's care America learned about the world beyond his shores. He soaked it all up and grew at an alarming rate. He went from infantile to a young boy in a span of years. He started to mimic how England acted. While he was young, he met some of his future states, though they didn't always stay with him. He also met his brother, Canada. He had met him only a few times before, but he couldn't tell who it was, looking back at him from so far away. But as he grew, England had to return to his home across the sea. America had grown used to his company and was besides himself when England would leave for long periods of time. He tried to stick to his studies, but without a good tutor, he strayed and started to adapt his lessons to the practical day-to-day life of his colonists.

He grew rapidly and by the time England returned, he was a teenager. He had learned more about the people on his lands, and had spent a lot of time listening to their worries and concerns. He was of course glad to see England again but he had grown used to deciding his own schedule, doing what he wanted to do when he wanted to do it that he balked at England's mothering. Eventually it became too much and America decided he was going to leave England's care. It became a long, and tiring struggle known as the American revolution. By the end of it, America had emerged as a nation in his own right, free of any parental control.

But it wasn't easy. Compared to the other nations of the world, he was very young. He was also inexperienced. He had all the motivation but none of the proper tools, and as such, he learned the hard way how to do right by his people and by the rules of the world. His native citizens and the ones who had been brought over as slaves suffered the most for his misjudgments. He often got himself into fights with other nations, such as Spain and Mexico, and even Canada and England again. He said and did things he shouldn't have done.

His worst mistake was to fight with his brother, Aaron. Aaron wasn't quite as old as he but he represented his Southern states. They didn't always get along or agree, but they managed to work together. But it didn't last and the two took each other on in the American Civil War. America emerged as the victor, but it took a toll on him, his brother, and his people.

Despite the War, America continued to grow in strength and power as a nation. He kept up with the other countries across the Atlantic, and tried hard to be as grown up as them, despite his age. He made friends with as many nations as he could, and when they were all drawn into the first World War, he came to their aid as best as he could. He emerged from the Great War as one of the most powerful nations in the world. But it also troubled him. He didn't know what to do afterwards.

His worries turned into a sudden severe illness as his economy went under, resulting in the Great Depression. His brothers, states, and friends tried to comfort him as best they could but everyone around the world was suffering. It took a long time for America to recover, and he was so affected by it that he was certain he would never get involved in a war again. He watched as his friends were once again embroiled in a World War, trying to remain neutral and uninvolved. However he could not sit idle, and started to help little by little. When Japan attacked him, he decided to take action and fully entered the war. He fought hard and long alongside his friends, helping them win in Europe. It took longer to defeat Japan, and he had to take measures he continues to regret to this day.

Wars seem to be attracted to America. No sooner had World War 2 ended did he find himself in a psychological war with Russia, now renamed the Soviet Union as he took over and took control of nations around him. It scared America, and it soon became a battle of who was the bigger, stronger nation. While this went on, America fought wars to help his friend Korea, and Vietnam. Neither one ended in the desired outcome. But America declared himself a hero, a savior of justice, and tried harder to police the world.

The Cold War came to an end when the Soviet Union collapsed. America wasn't sure what to do after it ended. He no longer had any public enemies or villains to fight against. Perhaps he could finally stop saving the world and work on all the work he had piled up on his desk. But little conflicts between other nations continued to pull his attention away from the big folders of important business. He tried to mediate, or help his friends the best he could. He worked on rebuilding old friendships and making new ones. It was a sort of peace but not quite.

It wasn't too last. In the beginnings of the 21st century, America suffered a crippling injury. He was unprepared and as a result, is still recovering from the wound. He was told to blame the terrorists, and he began another war. The War on Terror is a current war, one with no end in sight. It has caused him to fight those he believes to support terrorists, to meddle in the affairs of the Middle East, to lose good standing and good faith with his friends and partners. It has drained him. He is ill, tired and worn from fatigue. A Superman who is being worn down by a sliver of kryptonite.

Despite all the hardships he has faced, he remains optimistic. He will never give up his ideals, the ones he fought for and believed in back when he was still a child. He knows the future will be difficult, and he will probably always have some enemy to defeat. But that's the life of a hero. And one day he will be a legend, the subject of songs and stories. He already is.

Played By: Himself. He is a canon character so it is easy to use official images and fan art for his PB.