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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Bars and Stripes

Most European flags are basically the same thing look the same
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Both horizontal and vertical support welcome!


14 comments:

  1. What country is that?

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    1. New York City, it seceded from the US, dug itself out of the ground with shovels, and shipped itself to the Bay of Biscay before joining the EU.

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  2. I think the newest official flags in Europe are those of Kosovo and North Macedonia, which both show a lamentable lack of bars OR stripes... :)

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  3. Portugal, Spain, Andorra, the United Kingdom, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, San Marino, Vatican, Malta, Czechia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Georgia, Belarus, and Azerbaijan: OH COME ON!!!

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  4. Why is Iceland there? They are not part of the EU..

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    1. This isn't the EU, this is Europe in general. It's just mostly EU countries because all the European countries with 3-stripe flags (with the exception of Russia) are in the EU. Non-EU countries such as Belarus, Albania, and Switzerland are probably out of frame to the right (next to Portugal and Greece)

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    2. Oh, OK! Since it was the new European flag, I thought only EU countries were in attendance, so I was wondering why Iceland.

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    3. I think you misinterpreted "new European flag"; they don't mean a flag of Europe, but a flag for a (fictitious) new European country.

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    4. Indeed, I thought it was a new flag to replace the blue one with stars, I didn't understand it was the flag of a new (European) country ^_^

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  5. I have a script.
    Meeting up with Scandinavians/Germans: "No, I am busy the four coming weeks. I just have 20 minutes for a breakfast in 13 days. Shall we look at next month?"
    Meeting up with Latinos: "Friday? I don't know. No idea what my life will be like so far in the future"

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