Nobody really notices because he usually forms bonds with people fairly quickly, but America is really uncomfortable with touching people he isn’t close to. How much personal space he gives someone is a good gauge of their relationship.
Until he considers someone a friend, he’ll apologize for things like accidentally brushing fingers with the person when they pass him something. He allows good friends to hug him and sit directly next to him on a sofa. Best friends will occasionally get nudged or poked, or huddled up to if America is really cold. With someone he considers to be a family member or is in a relationship with, America becomes extremely tactile. If nobody else is around, America will become extremely fond of hugging, wrestling, kissing, picking people up, cuddling, and playing with a person’s hair.
England and Canada have long stopped expecting to make it through an entire movie without America somehow worming his way into a cuddle. While Canada teases him periodically until he regains his personal space, England lets him get comfortable before the movie starts (so that his movie isn’t interrupted) and doesn’t say another word about it.
Prussia is able to sleep late and wake up early in the morning all rested. This makes Italy very envious.
Both America and Canada know every word of Juno. They’ve been known to quote it at random, and spontaneously re-enact some of the scenes.
All the nations have two houses. They call them their “capital houses” and “personal houses”. The capital house isn’t always in the capital, but it got its name from being the one where the nations entertain other nations on business, where foreign dignities are entertained, and where in the older days balls and galas would be, and it usually is somewhere near the capital. The personal house is just for the nation, and they conduct their personal, more human lives there. In fact, they usually only stay in the capital house when business purposes arise, so if a nation says “home” it’s there personal house, and it’s usually in their countryside.
While all capital houses used to be very mansion like due to the types of parties held there, many of them are now smaller, just for the nation to stay in while on business in their capital city.
The only nation without a personal house is America. Since the regions of his country differ so much, he has different houses in different regions (west coast, midwest, southwest, southeast, and northeast).
Lithuania loves his shoes. One is called love, the other is called pain.
Poland gets the wrong idea so he’s always dragging Lithuania around on shoe shopping dates. To date Sweden is the only one who gets his reference.
England is a boss at Billiards. But if you call it Pool he’ll complain that he’s ‘not some hoodlum that wastes his time’.
Neko!Poland isn’t very good at hunting…
So instead he steals people’s underwear and leaves it at the foot of Lithuania’s bed as a gift.
Lithuania wishes he wouldn’t.
The only way Canada can really get the other nations attentions is by raising annoying celebrities with catchy songs like Carly Rae Jepsen with “Call Me Maybe” or Justin Bieber with “Baby”.
America drinks frappuccinos year-round. Even when he’s in Alaska and it’s -20, he always gets a venti frapp with extra shots of caffeine.
Canada is the opposite. He always has to have a cappuccino, even in the summer. He gets ones with less caffeine, because too much makes his stomach hurt.
Scotland wrote the entire Braveheart script.