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It's the Little things


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Written by Dayvi
Illustrated by Jenny
Dayvi America Jenny Sister France Eagle France
23rd September 2017
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1 year ago #9682430        
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Don't ask America to draw you like one of his French girls then. :XD:

1 year ago #9682410        
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The flag is no big deal. But he should have drawn bigger boobs and a smaller waist !! Hmpf !!


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1 year ago #9682709        
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Don't worry France, this flag is better anyways.


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1 year ago #9682717        
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It's not even because it's wrong, it's just that horizontal lines make you look fatter.

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1 year ago #9682554        
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"Draw me like one of your french girls"

1 year ago #9683750        
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As an American, I'm sad to say I had to look twice to get it. XD


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1 year ago #9683174        
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Well, the US always uses the phrase "red, white, and blue", so that's the order he drew them! Still, the old French flag with the gold lilies did look a lot prettier.

1 year ago #9682537        
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I miss when Brother America used to look like this. :(


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1 year ago #9682473        
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There is some relation to the Batavian Republic, when the French conquered the Netherlands. According to the article on Wikipedia about the flag of the Netherlands: "With the revolution in the Netherlands in the last decade of the 18th century, and the conquest by the French, the name "Prince's Flag" was forbidden. The orange-white-blue was changed into red-white-blue (colours to which the French "liberators" were kindly disposed, analogous as they were to their own tricolour, chosen just a few months earlier) […]".
And the motto of the Netherlands is "Je maintiendrai" ("I will maintain" or "I will stand my ground", in French). It is also the motto of the city of Orange, in France, in connexion to the house of Orange. They chose it when William I of Orange-Nassau kicked out the Spaniards.
[That said, even the motto of the UK is in French: "Dieu et mon droit" (more or less "My divine right" in old French).]


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7 months ago #9743926        
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Atleast he didn't draw her with a German flag


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