Japan: On to the next question. “I have a request for you, newspaper club. Russia-san is bulky, so I was wondering if it feels hard or soft if you punch him in the stomach. Please look into it.” Russia-san seems to be the subject of this question.
Germany: More like the victim of it.
Italy: Would you mind if I run away?
Japan: I think it’ll be hard.
Italy: Then I’ll put 90 cents on it being soft.
*scene change sound effect*
Germany: So that’s the question we were sent. Would it be possible for me to take just one shot?
Russia: Sometimes I can’t believe how bold you are.
Italy: Babababa… Germany…babababa…
Russia: Hmm… I suppose I wouldn’t mind too much, but can I ask you just one thing?
Germany: Go ahead.
Russia: You won’t punch a hole in my stomach, will you?
Germany: Oh, don’t worry about that. It only needs to be hard enough for me to get a feel.
Japan: That only happens in manga and movies.
Russia: Your arm won’t get buried inside me?
Italy: Waaah, that sounds scary!! It doesn’t look like you’d be able to pull it out again!
Russia: You won’t get scared even if my stomach splits and a smaller version of me comes out?
Italy: AAAAAAARGH! I’M GOING HOOOOME!!
Germany: You can’t actually believe he can turn into one of his folk crafts? Now then Russia, I’m sorry for having to ask you this, but do you mind?
Russia: Sure, whenever you’re ready.
Do you get it now?
Germany: I get it. Thank you.
Italy: *shouting in the distance* Did he split open?! He didn’t, did he?!
Russia: Eh heh heh! I sure did!
Germany: My findings conclude that underneath his sweater there’s some fairly solid muscle, but I felt my fist sink into it.
Japan: In other words, we still have no idea.
Russia: Write a good article, ok?! By the way, if a newspaper at my place criticizes my boss, there’ll be a terrible BANG!