Bad flags

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vexilo
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Re: Bad flags

Postby vexilo » 27 Mar 2009 16:09

QUELLE HORREUR!

What utterly dire nonsense - can we thank Sr Chavez for encouraging such monstrosities?

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Re: Bad flags

Postby Mangerona » 27 Mar 2009 17:57

Sorry for my language, but what in the hell is that thing in the middle of the flag?
A dead cat?
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Re: Bad flags

Postby jerbez » 27 Mar 2009 20:06

He, he! This thing in the middle looks like a distant cousin of Steven Spielberg's E.T., but in fact is an sculpture of the Tacarigua Indian art.

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Re: Bad flags

Postby Mangerona » 27 Mar 2009 20:18

Thank you. The site has great flags, take a look at this one
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"This flag represents Miren’s #2 industry (#1 is making plonk): foam interlocking floor tiles."

I think that there are Lego blocks in some Denmark's city flag.

:D :D :D
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Re: Bad flags

Postby Greyhound » 19 Jan 2010 17:31

The previous flag was pretty bad, but this is atrocious!

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Re: Bad flags

Postby FlagsOfTheWorld » 19 Jul 2010 21:40

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Re: Bad flags

Postby TDDK » 13 Mar 2015 01:31

Mangerona wrote:Thank you. The site has great flags, take a look at this one
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"This flag represents Miren’s #2 industry (#1 is making plonk): foam interlocking floor tiles."

I think that there are Lego blocks in some Denmark's city flag.

:D :D :D


Though it is a funny thing to suggest Lego bricks in Danish city flags, you should know that we do not have a tradition of city flags in Denmark, neither regional flags for that matter. The national flag "Dannebrog" is used by everyone all over - both as an national and civil ensign.


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