|Reviews for I Feel Pretty|
| Kitty-Kat Allie 2/21/12 . chapter 1
I read this forever ago, but never got around to reviewing it. (I'm slowly working my way through my inbox, lulz.)
I love this Ivan. I love seeing this side of him. He's very much a good papa, like Su-san is. It seems to me that children are so very special to the nation-tans, you know? I think it makes them more human, having a child to love and protect. I like seeing the human side of them. XI I can't praise you enough on your Ivan. So far, you have the best interpretation of him I've ever met. Yes, met. I used that on purpose.
Sorry I haven't been very chatty of late. ; I missed reading your stories My RL days are calming down, so I promise to actually chat you up this time!
| DarkBlaziken 2/8/12 . chapter 1
D'aww! I have no idea why this fic has no reviews yet. It deserves much more love, much much more. (Maybe because it's to do with OCs?)
Grandpa!Russia is such a hilarious thought, but it actually sounds workable.
"Now alone in the hallway, facing the door, there is no more Ivan Braginski, the Russian Federation. There is only Vanya, the adoring grandfather who is left to solve all problems, whether it be his eldest grandson's gun jamming, the youngest grandson's crayon breaking, the older granddaughter's Russian essay needing a second set of eyes, or the younger granddaughter locking herself in the bathroom.
He could do this. He'd survived famine and full-scale war and Stalin. Vanya could do this."
I LOVE HOW YOU DO THE CONTRAST HERE. It is just so, like, aww! Because countries don't usually have families, it's so nice to see them in one.
And of course, the long discursive on beauty is a nice theme behind this and Lara's teenage insecurities are very real, and it really really makes us realise how human the countries are. LOVING VANYA EVEN MORE 333333333
(you are fuelling my fangirling)
I don't have much time now, so i'll just skip and read the AusHun first (YES I SAW IT) and I'll review and read the rest another time.