Italy

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The Republic of Italy

Italian-flag-food.jpg Lasagna2.jpeg
(Flag) (Coat of Arms)
Motto: "Don't shoot at us!"
Anthem: O SOLE MIOOOO
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Capital Rome
Largest city Bassano del Grappa
Official languages Italian
Government The pasta-loving Republic of Fear
Prime Minister Hitler
National Hero(es) Garibaldi, The Pope
Currency Euro
Religion Roman Catholic
Population 493392
Area Southern Europe
Population density 35kg/km2
Ethnic groups Italians, Syrians
Major exports Stereotypes, Pizza
Major imports China
National animal Garfield
Favourite pastime Cooking and Arguing about the bad state of the economy
Opening hours 9-5 weekdays
Internet tld .it
Calling code 1-800-PIZ-AHUT

“Italee is to be the glee of we, blee!”

~ Fabio Capello (via translator. He really should get a new one)

Italy is a boot-shaped nation in southern Europe. Despite him no longer being the official leader of the country, it is still technically owned by Silvio Berlusconi, who occupies the position of an irresponsible & balding landlord. Their economy relies heavily on the exportation of stereotypes, a trade sector they globally lead, despite considerable competition from France and Ireland.

Italian history in a nutshell[edit]

About two thousand years ago, the Romans had a pretty nice empire that comprised of most of Europe and parts of the Moon at it's largest. This went rather well until everybody turned Christian and German tribes starting fooling around on their turf. Then loads of Popes came along and ran the show. Italy didn't really exist as an actual country until the 19th/20th century, when all the small nations in the region united over their love of Pizza, Spaghetti, Lasagne and living with your parents until you're aged 40. Then Mussolini came along, acted like a massive Fascist, and disappeared. The country has been relaxed since then, unfortunately a bit too much, leading to them running out of money in the 2010s.

Other notable exports[edit]

Pizza, Pizza Poking, Mario, Italian Americans and Pasta.

See also[edit]