If You Could Be A Country, Which Would You Be?

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reycraft

Aspiring Commoner
Oct 22, 2017
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The tasty land of pizza
Languages
English, Italian, some French
#2
I would be switzerland because wars would not be a problem for a neutral state. And i could keep my language too.
 
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Raffyyy

Aspiring Commoner
Feb 10, 2016
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English, French
#13
Ooh, I dunno lol.

I love underdog countries, ones off the beaten track.

To name some, Mauritania (Africa), Bosnia Herzegovina (Europe), Belarus (Europe), Bolivia (south America),Laos (Asia), Kyrgyzstan (Asia).

From where I've been and what I've heard, Kyrgyzstan is very culturally diverse, as well as historically stunning (it combines Arabic Princes with Russian Tsars), as well as the one of the least famous [places on the planet!

Mauritania isn't as safe as the previously named, but is sooo overlooked by nearby The Gambia and Morocco. It's (once again), a hybrid of Arabia and Western Africa.

I'd probably choose Kyrgyzstan, as it's me really, quiet and underrated :p
 

ryttyr

Dirt Conaisseur
Apr 22, 2014
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Stockholm, Sweden
Languages
English and Swedish
#17
If I was a country I'd be Sweden. A technically inklined neat-freak who tries to be kind to and please everyone no matter what whilst trying to not think about his own problems.