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New poll time! there only can be one!!


Favorite pot pie!

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I heard that Kangaroo tail is really good. Is that true? What does it taste like?

Demonos ministry of foreign affairs wrote:I heard that Kangaroo tail is really good. Is that true? What does it taste like?

I havenít ever seen tail, but Kangaroo is pretty nice when itís cooked correctly.

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No rest between polls! The Holiday poll is in effect boi! >:)


^ Favorite Hot Beverage!

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Alentejozinho and algarvezinho



This year I asked Santa Claus (known communist) for a Playstation 5 or, alternatively, for communist revolution in Portugal. Because of a lack of stock, undoubtedly because of the Uigur elves not working hard enough, it now seems that Alentejo and Algarve, a social-fascist who does not believe in Chinese communist, will be toppled.

But this is the time of cheer and merriment, and even us commies enjoy a nice Christmas, in which we celebrate the birth of the first socialist, Jesus Christ.

Enjoy this collection of Christmas songs, but sung by the Red Army Choir:

I wish you all a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Revolution!

Comrade Xi Jinping wishes you a Merry Christmas

by Alentejozinho and algarvezinho

Comrade Xi Jinping wishes you a Merry Christmas

O Camarada Xi Jinping deseja a todos um Feliz Natal
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Jolly ole saint nick

Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho!

Merry Christmas Australia, I heard the fishing is good today!

The Ukrainian poll you always wanted is back, and needs you to choose the best Ukraine.


Oh, bugger me

What happened to Artilla the Honey ?

Veeblefetzer wrote:What happened to Artilla the Honey ?

Inactive for too long - however Iím pretty sure itís happened before and can just come back and recreate.

Carver islands

Hey guys! I'm back. Dropped out to inactivity.

Don't worry, it'll probably happen again :)

Carver islands wrote:Hey guys! I'm back. Dropped out to inactivity.

Don't worry, it'll probably happen again :)

Welcome back. I'll put the kettle on.

Maroochydore wrote:Gday mates

Welcome Maroochydore - a very Australian place name!


Hey everyone sorry just really hard to find time for here these days


Neale Junction wrote:Hey everyone sorry just really hard to find time for here these days

No worries, itís very quiet here most of the time but good to see you


Gday everyone!

Maroochydore wrote:Gday everyone!



Veeblefetzer wrote:G'day

How are you mate?

Maroochydore wrote:How are you mate?

Fan-bloody-tastic. Self?

Shilla-Goguryeo and Maroochydore

お疲れ様です!! Greetings from East Asia. We are conducting a diplomatic survey with our allied regions on milk. Please honour us with your esteemed choice on our humble report. Good weekend and peace to all!
Stay safe and keep well wherever you are! 잘부탁드립입니다! ㅋㅋㅋ

Duckburg /ˈdʌkbɜːrɡ/ is the capital city of Paperino.

The location that would eventually become the centre of Duckburg was originally known as "Fort Drake Borough," a fort built in the 16th century by British explorer Sir Francis Drake. By the 19th century, the fort had been handed over by its departing British occupants to Cornelius Coot, who renamed the fort "Duckburg". "Drake" means a male duck, while "borough" and "burg" are synonyms meaning a town or district that is an administrative unit.Cornelius Coot turned the old fort into a trading post for fellow traders and hunters, and their families. Eventually a small town grew around the fort on top of Killmule Hill. In Carl Barks' story The Day Duckburg Got Dyed (1957), it is revealed that Cornelius Coot at some point in Duckburg's history managed to pipe mountain water into the town.

The size and structure of Duckburg varied in the works by Barks: it was adjusted to better fit the story he wanted to tell; it could vary from a small town to a medium-sized city, to a bustling metropolis. Later writers and artists most of the time also continues this tradition. In one specific story by Barks, Monsterville (1961), Duckburg was even transformed into a futuristic city by Gyro Gearloose, however it proved that the citizens were not ready for the high level of technology that the new city provided. Thus the city was turned back to its old city structure.

Duckburg is a major center for Space exploration, mainly operated and overseen by Gyro Gearloose, and has had expeditions to the Moon, Mars, Venus, the Asteroids, and more remote parts of the Galaxy. The city also features a sea port and is in proximity of a large forest called the Black Forest and to several mountains, the most notable being "Old Demon Tooth", usually depicted as a towering pointed peak leaning slightly to the side.[7] The main river of the city is the Tulebug River, first mentioned in The Money Well (1958) by Carl Barks, and it is located near Killmotor Hill.

Duckburg is home to Yarvard University (a play on the universities of Harvard and Yale), an institution more notable for its athletic teams than for its academic achievements.

Duckburg is also the home of the Billionaires Club of some of which Scrooge McDuck, John D. Rockerduck and, according to some stories, Flintheart Glomgold are influential members. Duckburg also has a Ritz Hotel

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