This article is partly spooned from Irratiopedia, our Dutch sister. I appreciate how incest-y the last sentence sounded.
“I'm from that place! If you don't care, then don't, but I'll make a fanclub for those who do. You need to get at least one Estonian sentence right to enter, though.”
Estonia (Estonian: O Ee õõ õ ä öö üsti) is an insignificant European country in the Baltic region. Despite this, it seems to think of itself as Scandinavian, although no-one else does and nobody cares.
The country was discovered by Sir Estonia XCIII in around 1290, so perhaps this is one of the reasons it is called 'Estonia'. Shortly after its foundation, a war broke out between the indigenous 'Pokemon' people, and the 'Digimons' from the Jetix region to the east. This war was, for some reason, dubbed "the Hot War". Thousands of Digimon were taken as prisoners of war in high-tech detention centres referred to as 'Pokeballs'. After years of staged fighting, Sir Estonia brought peace to the region after he performed an emotional rendition of the 1980s hit "Take My Breath Away" on some bagpipes. This was extraordinary in itself, considering the song wasn't written until hundreds of years later.
“But wait! You forgot the Sweden limes!”
Today, Estonia is doing just fine, thank you very much.
- I'm guessing that's the plural for 'Digimon'.