We are close to getting to 150 reasons, with everyone help we will soon reach our goal. And I'll be able to make video number 3.
1. They grew up together
2. England grew his hair out like France
3. He got in trouble doing so
4. France got worried thinking England got eaten by a caterpiler
5. France helped England with his hair
6. He fixed his hair back to the way it was, saying he looks better that way
7. They raised Canada together
8. England put his arm around France
9. They are always together
10. They work together a lot
11. They comfort each other
12. France asked England to marry him
13. They tease each other
14. the translator in Paint it White said "They loved eachother sexually"
15. The Manga's character role call (second book) both France and England's descriptions had something to say about eachother.
16. France cared and tried to look after England when he got really sick
17. He yelled at America when he called England a "jerky limey"
18. England didn't want France to catch his cold.
19. France thinks England is cute
20. France brought England a dress
21. England agreed to wear it
22. In Paint it White they walked out of the jungle togather
23. They are seen together a lot threw Paint it White
24. They get paired up together in Paint it White
25. England let France conquer him in 'Crossing Through the Year 1000'
26. J.Micheal Tatum (France) and Scott Freeman (England) thinks its canon and totally accurate
27. France asked England if he wanted to join him in a "Masturbation Marathon"
28. France is the only one that knows England can't swim
29. The Entente Cordiale, the treaty between France and England, a treaty of friendship and peace that still lasts today
30. They fight like an old married couple.
31. France tried to get England to strip with him in the Olympic episode
32. They always have each others back.
33. They fell out of the ship into the ocean; England can't swim; only France knows this; ergo, France carried England to shore.
34. They keep each other company on Christmas
35. They spread rumors together
36. France is one of the few who can see England's fairies and mystical creatures
37. UK's motto is written in French
38. The legends of King Arthur are very popular in France
39. "Arthur" is one of the top French baby names despite not actually being a French name
40. They say they hate each other, but they still stay together
41. You can pair them in any point in history
42. They spent Halloween together
43. They call each other friends
44. They go out for drinks together
45. They sat close together in Catalia
46. They stay at each others houses
47. They go out to eat together
48. According to Himaruya's Comic Birz,they have a very spicy relationship
49. England said France could accomplish anything if he put his mind to it
50. England uses France's chef to cook for him
51. In one of Himaruya's sketches, the Allies are at the beach. France and England are both wearing the same vertically striped red-and-white trunks.
52. France was by far the only one, who called England "Iggy'' in the manga/webcomic
53. in the movie, when everyone was around the campfire, France and England sat next to each other on the same log
54. There is an underground/underwater train tunnel which connects the countries of France and the United Kingdom. The tunnel is nicknamed "The Chunnel".
55. France canonically doesn't speak English. Unless there's a language for countries, UK would have to communicate with France in French. It works since French was once UK's official language due to Norman conquest.
56. During the April Fool's 2007 Event, in reply to "England" (a fan posing as England) saying, "I love you, France. That is all." France blushes and says, "You're a fake, right?! Tell me you're a fake...!"
57. France seems to know quite a bit more about UK and his personality than others.
58. France hangs with UK on the Fourth of July in order to keep him company/cheer him up.
59. France dragged UK along to help host the 2011 April Fool's Event.
60. The 2011 Halloween Event, France realizes that something is missing and others agree but shrug it off. France continues to search for that missing thing. After France sees UK appear on stage, his beard randomly grows back and he realizes that he had been looking for UK the whole time (while trembling; on the verge of tears…?).
61. Skyes-Picot Agreement; a secret agreement between France and UK during WWI where the two decided that if they defeated the Ottoman Empire, they'd divide the land amongst each other. (Russia had a minor role in this as well.)
62. England's national flower is a rose, which is a flower the character France is commonly associated with
63. After the Nazi occupation of France in 1940, General Charles de Gaulle fled the country and created a French government-in-exile. It was set up in London.
64. Winston Churchill referred to France as "our [England's] dearest enemy".
65. When the United Nations was first formed it was England that insisted that France be a permanent member of the organization.
66. England's demon summoning song is based on a french one.
67. When France purposed England, the answer was "I don´t want to marry you for that reason" /That reason/. So if the reason were something else, he would?
68. Most of the books speaking about King Arthur have been written by Frenchmen (ex: Chrétien De Troyes)
69. In the Battle of Dunkirk during WW2, the English helped the French soldiers trapped there escape across the channel to England.
70. In Gakuen Hetalia, France and England tried to be friendly to each other.
71. In his book "Talk to the Snail", Stephen Clarke said that France and England love each other but none of them want to admit it -and that's more fun like that.
72. France's voice actor said in an event that he would **** England
73. They both agreed to wait for the end of the world together.
74. France said he needed England to be his slave before the end of the world, England agreed.
75. In Gakuen Hetalia, England agreed to help France when he was in a tight situation
76. France trapped England in a trash can so he could be French Territory
77. They raised America together
78. They raised Seychelles together
79. Sealand was actually made by both France and England
80. In the anime, France had said that he would be England's Little French 'Bitch'.
81. In the Aftermath of France's April Fools, England had agreed to have France be like England's Little French 'Bitch'.
82. The former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was known for his will to transform the "Entente Cordiale" into an "Entente amicale" (that is, a friendlier and closer relation)
83. It is estimated that about 400,000 French people live in the UK, with approximately the same number of British people living in France
84. Many French words were adopted into the English language
85. Possibly up to one third of the English language is derived from or through French.
86. They have always had a common culture and little fundamental difference in identity
87. The Suez Canal, initially built by the French, became a joint British-French project in 1875.
88. In 1882, ongoing civil disturbances in Egypt (see Urabi Revolt) prompted Britain to intervene, extending a hand to France.
89. From about 1900, Francophiles in Britain and Anglophiles in France began to spread a study and mutual respect and love of the culture of the country on the other side of the English Channel.
90. Francophile and Anglophile societies developed, further introducing Britain to French food and wine, and France to English sports like rugby
91. Up to the 1920s, relations between Britain and France were closer than those between Britain and the US
92. French and English were already the second languages of choice in Britain and France respectively
93. Between 1914 and 1918 the British and French were allies against the Central Powers after Belgium and a small part of northern France had been invaded by the German army.
94. There was strong co-operation between the British and French forces during World War I
95. The battles of World War I took place on several different fronts, but most particularly to Anglo-French relations in the trenches in France and Belgium against the Germans.
96. Following the war, at the Treaty of Versailles the British and French worked closely together, as their interests were largely similar.
97. On a visit to London, French leader Georges Clemenceau was hailed by the British crowds. Lloyd George was given a similar reception in Paris.
98. When Germany began its attack on France in 1940, British troops and French troops again fought side by side.
99. The final bond between the two nations was so strong that members of the British cabinet had proposed a temporary union of the two countries for the sake of morale
100. Eventually, after the Germans came through the Ardennes, it became clear that France would not be able to fend off the German attack, and Winston Churchill pledged that the United Kingdom would continue to fight for France's freedom
101. the UK and France became close as both feared the Americans would withdraw from Europe leaving them vulnerable to the Soviet Union's expanding communist bloc
102. Following his election in 2007, President Nicolas Sarkozy attempted to forge closer relations between France and the United Kingdom.
103. in March 2008, Prime Minister Gordon Brown said that "there has never been greater cooperation between France and Britain as there is now".
104. Sarkozy also urged both countries to "overcome our long-standing rivalries and build together a future that will be stronger because we will be together"
105. He also said "If we want to change Europe my dear British friends—and we Frenchmen do wish to change Europe—we need you inside Europe to help us do so, not standing on the outside."
106. On 26 March 2008, Sarkozy had the privilege of giving a speech to both British Houses of Parliament, where he called for a "brotherhood" between the two countries and stated that "France will never forget Britain's war sacrifice" during World War II.
107. On 18 June 2010, Nicolas Sarkozy went to London to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Appeal of 18 June, with notably David Cameron and the Prince of Wales, in a way that was considered to be a strong affirmation of the French-British friendship
108. On 2 November 2010, France and the UK signed two defence co-operation treaties. They provide for the sharing of aircraft carriers, a 1000-strong joint reaction force, a common nuclear simulation centre in France, a common nuclear research centre in the UK, sharing air-refuelling tankers and joint training
109. French classical music has always been popular in Britain. British popular music is in turn popular in France
110. English literature, in particular the works of William Shakespeare, have been immensely popular in France
111. The most common second language taught in schools in Britain is French, and the most commonly taught second language in France is English.
112. 11,675,910 passengers in 2008 travelled on flights between the United Kingdom and France
113. In general, France is regarded with favour by Britain in regard to its high culture and is seen as an ideal holiday destination, whilst France sees Britain as a major trading partner
114. When Noriaki Sugiyama (England) was at Desucon, he was asked if England should be paired with France or America. He stated that England's and France's personalities fit well together and they would at least be best friends if nothing else.
115. England and France's presentations are placed at pages 68 and 69, next to each other (while America is some pages before, near Japan)
116. In this book 1000 Years of Annoying the French there's this sentence: "Despite what we[French & English] might say in public, we find each other irresistibly sexy."
117. King Richard of England and King Phillip of France-
"They ate every day at the same table and from the same dish, and at night their beds did not separate them. And the king of France loved him as his own soul; and they loved each other so much that the king of England [Richard's father] was absolutely astonished at the passionate love between them and marveled at it."
118. In the song "Wa! Wa!! World Ondo", which is the ending of the movie "Paint it, white!", France and England have always close lines
119. In the part reserved to the Allies, they also sing about each other France- England just loves sarcasm. England-He is too proud of himself, after all!
120. You see that at each refrain there are two countries that sing two of the lines, and England and France have their own (while America is with Japan again).
121. They are seen in a lot of Offical Art together
122. In the 2007 April fools even, France said that he quite likes England's child-like face
123. In the first and second season/series of Hetalia Axis Powers, Scott Freeman (England) and J. Michael Tatum (France) do the commentaries together.
124. They have an official keychain
125. They know each other's email
126. France says he wants to sightsee at England's place. England somehow helped him (by giving him a hotel search site)
127. Originally, Seychelles was drawn with one thick eyebrow and one thin eyebrow, possibly because of her former status as both a British and French colony.
128. Their official artwork
129. England agreed to help France get his ring
130. France tried to make England part of his territory