Ciao, SebastianTheDoki! Attualmente sto usando Google Translate, perché io non so più di tanto Hetalia, ma voglio dimostrare che io so dire PASTA non parla italiano. Allora, come stai? ((Just copy and paste onto Google Translate to see what it says))
Many think say randomly 'pasta' 'pizza' 'mamma mia' 'buonasera' 'salute' it's speaking italian. In true no italian say randomly 'pasta' or 'pizza' (or 'lasagne' or 'spaghetti' or any other food) 'Salute' is used in certain contests and i never use it 'mamma mia' is an exclamation that I think is more used in the southern part of Italy. I use it sometimes, but I never heard anybody from the North to exclaim 'mamma mia' other than me. Buonasera = Good evening.
Is also true that italian is extremely easy to learn. It's only problem is that is born for literature than for communication, so you need loads and loads of word to express better a concept, even if I try to use italian language in more simple way.
Many Hetalia fans think by saying "pasta" they know Italian. Italian, like many other languages, can take months and years of practice and studying to learn. That's something those fans don't understand, I suppose.