WA Delegate: The Democratic Republic of Syrillia (elected 71 days ago)
Founder: The Arktocracy of Hylasia
Today's World Census Report
The Most Extreme in Confederation of Independent States
The World Census developed the following ranking based on a rather vague survey of nations to uncover 'odd or fundamentalist social, economic, or political systems'.
As a region, Confederation of Independent States is ranked 6,628th in the world for Most Extreme.
|1.||The City State of Ankh Morporka||Benevolent Dictatorship||“Quanti canicula ille in fenestra”|
|2.||The Utopia of The Foco||Left-wing Utopia||“All that is solid will melt into air”|
|3.||The City-State of Jaxandria||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Often Wrong, Yet Never In Doubt”|
|4.||The Democratic Republic of Syrillia||Civil Rights Lovefest||“Ex dolore prosperum”|
|5.||The Arktocracy of Hylasia||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Screw you, I'm a bear!”|
- 10 hours ago: The Loosely existent state of Timpetotia arrived from Osiris.
- 23 hours ago: The Commonwealth of of Vargaslavia ceased to exist.
- 5 days ago: The Federation of TheraFer ceased to exist.
- 10 days ago: The Mountains of Torder ceased to exist.
- 14 days ago: The Arktocracy of Hylasia updated the World Factbook entry.
- 15 days ago: The Democratic Republic of Syrillia updated the World Factbook entry.
- 16 days ago: The Democratic Republic of Syrillia updated the World Factbook entry.
- 24 days ago: Embassy established between Confederation of Independent States and Free State Alliance.
- 27 days ago: The Democratic Republic of Syrillia agreed to construct embassies with Free State Alliance.
- 29 days ago: The Samurai Shogunate of Xinuania of the region Free State Alliance proposed constructing embassies.
Confederation of Independent States Regional Message Board
I used to say "Fight Fire With Fire", and that is why I keep burning houses down.
Canadian's have prisons, what crimes do they commit, "having a guilty thought"?
Disclaimer: No offence is intended by any of my Canadian slurs, I am equally stereotypical about all nationalities here are a few examples
Q: How many French soldiers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Five! - One to sit on his butt and watch and do nothing. - The second to turn tail and run. - The third to roll over. - The forth to surrender to the light bulb and snitch out occupied sconces. - And the fifth to pick up a phone and cry to the United States.
Q: How many Irishmen does it take to change a light bulb?
A: 10, 1 to hold the light bulb, the other nine to drink until the room spins.
Q: How many Englishmen does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: What do you mean change it? It's a perfectly good bloody bulb! We have had it for a thousand years and it has worked just fine.
Q: How many Americans does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Two. One to change the bulb, and one to tell everyone listening that the US of A make the best goddamn light bulbs in the whole world.
Q: How many Chinese government workers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: That's an official secret.
How is everything, my friends!
Man, muesli looks like horse feed. Which I suppose makes sense because it's a British import of a German food.
Do not mock the inventors of the greatest breakfast
Those dark cylinder things could either be blood sausage (just a guess) or canned cranberries that we might have around Thanksgiving
Either way I want no part of it!
THIS is the best breakfast ever!
Notice that we've sacrificed your English breakfast baked beans and various nonsensical mystery meats in exchange for good flavors! (or should I say "flavours"???) Though I will say, I do want to visit the UK some day and I'll give your mushroom-potato-meat/chunk casserole a try. You conquered the world at one point so you must be doing something right over there!
They conquered the world to get some good food. My theory is that the better your food is, the less of the world you want to take over.
Now the trouble with England is all our restaurants want to be American which is great but they're really bad at it, restaurants serving traditional English meals are very hard to find.
Try this and tell me we don't have good flavours
And yes its blood sausage but we call it Black pudding, that sounds very patronising but I can't be bothered to change it.
Also I agree with Hylasia
I'd rather eat English food than medieval Mongolian food, but that's because I can't think of much worse than horse sweat yogurt with blood (and I'm leaving the gross part out of that meal).