(f/n) = first name
(l/n) = last name
It was a regular, normal day for you and your best friend, Alfred F. Jones, the "personified version of America" (as you liked to call it). You were studying for your tests on World History next week, and your class was starting them with Pangaea, and Alfred Wegener.
"Hey, America?" you asked. You were piecing puzzle pieces together, and forgot where Eurasia was supposed to go. "Where's Eurasia?"
"I don't have an Asia, (f/n)…" Alfred gave you an awkward look.
"No, I mean Eurasia."
"Like I said, I don't have an Asia."
"No, America, you dolt! Eurasia!"
"(f/n), I am not Asia! Okay? God!" He huffed, obviously annoyed and getting impatient with your words.
"I know you aren't Asia! I'm talking about Eurasia! Like how Eurasian—"
"NO! I'M NOT ASIAN, I'M AMERICAN. AMERICA. 'MURICA."
"I KNOW!" You were practically screaming now. "The continent! Europe and Asia as one! When Alfred Wegener formed Pangaea and shit!"
America had a poker face expression on his face. "Ooh! Well—"