Yorkshire RMB

WA Delegate: The Determined democracy of The Mejobsworth (elected )

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Most Nations: 404th Most Influential: 420th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,379th+3
Nudest: 1,395th Largest Populations: 1,510th Best Weather: 1,849th
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Yorkshire, not a big region but a very old one. Once again we have to lock our border because of invaders. We welcome all who come here with no threat, so if you wish to join us please get in touch.

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Regional Power: High

Yorkshire contains 36 nations, the 404th most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Highest Unexpected Death Rate in Yorkshire

The World Census paid their respects at cemeteries in order to determine how likely citizens were to die each year from unnatural causes, such as crime, preventable illness, accident, and government encouragement.

As a region, Yorkshire is ranked 12,851st in the world for Highest Unexpected Death Rate.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of RegolasDemocratic Socialists“Raise above yourself!”
2.The Republic of SeahopeLeft-wing Utopia“Be strong”
3.The Free Land of Gosling JugglersLeft-Leaning College State“Some people juggle geese.”
4.The Republic of Ruth2Democratic Socialists“Cuddle”
5.The Community of FlaneburgInoffensive Centrist Democracy“In nomine patrias”
6.The Colony of EllandDemocratic Socialists“Where there's muck, there's brass”
7.The Pennine crossing protectors of The SmootiesFather Knows Best State“To Serve and Protect”
8.The United Kingdom of VaradanAuthoritarian Democracy“Brave at heart”
9.The Republic of ChainedCivil Rights Lovefest“Justice, Piety, Loyalty”
10.The Republic of HonitoniaDemocratic Socialists“One for all”

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The state tuc tuc is still where it should be, in the garage at the side of Erics flat. No I fear grandad and Clara had this planned ever since the announcement of the film show. I heard him singing "when I'm calling you" but thought he was just getting into the spitiy of things.
Still, among them be it eh. I'm more bothered about the wasted icecream.

Grandma (there's no one quite like me)

Stick the icecream out the back in a milk churn, it'll freeze soon enough again wit the current weather.

Hello you lot, I have no idea what is going on but it all seems quite fun to me. Grandma seems like an old aunt of mine, always trying to do the best for everyone but ending up like a headless chicken. No offence meant Grandma. Where and when will the next soiree be held, please count me in.

Mr Seahope, somebody else can hold the next soiree - we put on a film show and all I get is aggravation - what with Clara screaming at the patrons "get your nuts off me" and then clearing off leaving the icecream cart unattended - at the same time as grandad I might add.

Well wherever they are you are welcome to them. it's not as if grandad was wearing his best suit, as far as I know he was wearing his wellies, old brown trousers and a jumper that the cat sleeps in at night - the cat misses him. And I have sold his suit.

Grandma (there's no one quite like me)

Grandad's wellies, they're not green hunters with a split sole on the left boot are they? Just I found a pair like that at the bottom of the lane this morning while walking the whippet.

Nappy I don't know what colour grandads wellies were- but I do know that they would have been filthy.

If he rocks up at your, please keep him. We don't want him back.

Grandma (there's no one quite like me)

Time to get your tinsel out and flash your baubles - and who is holding a Christmas soiree this year - we did our bit with the film show, now it's your turn ! We will supply a barrel of our finest triple distilled nettle tonic.

Grandma (there's no one quite like me)

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Bit nippy out tonight, I reckon even nettle tonic would freeze if left outside.

It's nowt lad.

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