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WA Delegate: The Duchy of Isle of Westland (elected )

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Most Nations: 248th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 286th
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Welcome to England!

Founded circa 927 AD 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

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Some of the most tranquil and inspiring sites in the world can be found in this "Green and Pleasant Land," in this "Merrie England," with its rolling countryside, village greens, and age-old pageantry.

Remember that whatever happens, do not panic. A nice sit down and a cup of tea usually makes things look a lot better, and if a little biscuit can be had with your tea, well the world cannot be that bad then, can it?

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    Historia Gentis Anglorum

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    New to England? Read this!

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    The great raid of 2023

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This is the map of England created by The Holy lieutenancy of Suth Seaxe . It has 617 estimated diplomatic weight behind it, the most in England. It is one of 2 maps of England.

Tags: Eco-Friendly, Enormous, Featured, Founderless, Governorless, Injuncted, and Liberated.

Regional Power: Moderate

England contains 110 nations, the 248th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Primitive in England

Nations were ranked by World Census officials based on the number of natural phenomena attributed to the unknowable will of animal-based spirit gods.

As a region, England is ranked 14,397th in the world for Most Primitive.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Courtly Kingdom of Cavalier PantherLiberal Democratic Socialists“A Panther for All Seasons”
2.The Lucky Pink Holy of The British BoyCorrupt Dictatorship“Moon, Friendship, NationStates, Brains”
3.The Republic of Loddhist Communist ExperimentPsychotic Dictatorship“Let's see how this works”
4.The Mediocrity of Unthinking ConformityIron Fist Consumerists“Do as you are told.”
5.The Crusader of Walter Sans AviorPsychotic Dictatorship“Deus vult!”
6.The Kingdom of DreamyInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Felus Catus”
7.The Worm Pokemon of Defending CaterpieIron Fist Consumerists“#0010”
8.The Monarchy of MishaganInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Mirana Umana Ruranam”
9.The Republic of Plasma Leader GhestisInoffensive Centrist Democracy“No real person could talk to Pokémon!”
10.The Kingdom of TyrrssonInoffensive Centrist Democracy“For England, in my holy father's name!”
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Regional Poll • Favourite cheese to have with Ploughman's Lunch?

The Constitutional Monarchy of Boughton Monchelsea wrote:If you didn't already know, a Ploughman's Lunch is a meal consisting of a kind of bread, usually a baguette, assorted vegetables, and some kind of cheese.

Voting opened 17 hours ago and will close . Open to residents. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

Last poll: “English breakfast sides...can only pick one”

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Boughton Monchelsea wrote:The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy >>>>> Dr. Who

Hitchikers guide is good but its never had any justice done to it on the TV or film.

Its just too crazy. The books were excellent however. Some of the old text based puzzle games were great based on the novels too.

Dr Who has always been sort of rubbish but a good watch for entertainment. Its now just become plain rubbish tv.

Rhanukhan wrote:'twas definitely at its peak during Moffat's stewardship, finally making real use of the time-travel as a major plot element rather than merely a mechanism to change the setting every week. Under Chibnall it suffered the same problem that it did during Davies' tenure - the quality was all over the place. Sometimes it might be excellent* and others it was pretty dreadful. I'm not overly pleased to hear that things are back in his hands - he's going to have to work hard to recover from such a weak stunt as immediately putting his darling David back in the main role.

As for "Blink" - it was indeed a fine episode. My one fault with it is nothing to do with the episode itself, rather the fact that many fans who love it insist that you should use it to introduce non-fans to the show. A bad idea since it barely features the main cast and isn't really like any other story so it offers little insight into what you might expect if you went on to watch more. :P

*Spoken in the voice of an '80s Cyberman, complete with classic fist-clenching gesture ;)

I really enjoyed the episodes like stolen earth which was brilliant, but then I got annoyed by the way they defused the bomb in the next episode. Just felt like a lazy ending after all of the buildup. The daleks are about to win but suddenly his sidekick has the mind of a timelord and can defuse the bomb by pressing 2 buttons?

But that's what Dr who is like. I guess its not to be taken seriously at all.

Bootyswana01 wrote:Cheese is yummy, goes on almost everything

I'm very picky with my cheese. But yes, it truly does

Walter Sans Avior wrote:I'm very picky with my cheese. But yes, it truly does

Ooh, then I think you'll be a fan of the poll I just posted. New poll up everybody!

The topic of the upcoming days' intense, heated arguments will be over what cheese goes best in a ploughman's lunch. I'll leave it to you folks.

Cheddar. Obviously obviously cheddar. And a strong cheddar at that.

It's got to be cheddar. In fact, it's illegal to make/serve ploughman's with any other type of cheese. If it's not illegal it damn well should be.

Cheddar on crackers all day


Cheddar yes, but every other choice in the poll is acceptable to me.

News from Canada, for anyone interested..

The invader delegate has unexpectedly resigned from the WA, thereby ending his delegacy.

That is all for now...



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