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This pairing is referred to as '''AmeCan''' mostly ('''Ame'''rica and '''Can'''ada). Although alternatively called '''UsCan''', '''CanAme''', and '''Americest.'''
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This pairing is referred to as '''AmeCan''' mostly ('''Ame'''rica and '''Can'''ada), although alternatively called '''UsCan''', '''CanAme''', and '''Americest.'''
   
This paring is based on geographic location of the two nations and the brotherly bond between the two. In addition, in the anime and manga Canada and America are often seen together.
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This paring is based on geographic location of the two nations, historical occurrings between the nations, and the brotherly bond between the two. In addition, in the anime and manga Canada and America are often seen together.
   
 
This pairing is often associated with France/Britain.
 
This pairing is often associated with France/Britain.

Revision as of 23:36, May 12, 2013

America/Canada is a slash pairing between the two North American nations: America (Alfred F. Jones) and Canada (Matthew Williams).


This pairing is referred to as AmeCan mostly (America and Canada), although alternatively called UsCan, CanAme, and Americest.

This paring is based on geographic location of the two nations, historical occurrings between the nations, and the brotherly bond between the two. In addition, in the anime and manga Canada and America are often seen together.

This pairing is often associated with France/Britain.

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