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Neo-Trinity wrote:You are Onofria arenít you...

I remember a telegram conversation where we discussed our nations and Onofria was heavily Greek.

If he is, that would mean he nominated himself to replace himself at a position in government, which would be hilarious.

New Greek Empire wrote:Does anyone miss Onofria?

If you are a puppet of Onofria, I'll inform you that you didn't need to resign your government position. You could have just applied for citizenship under this nation and then resign citizenship with your other nation and still maintained your government position/citizenship.

The Greatest Bestest Nation wrote:If he is, that would mean he nominated himself to replace himself at a position in government, which would be hilarious.

If you are a puppet of Onofria, I'll inform you that you didn't need to resign your government position. You could have just applied for citizenship under this nation and then resign citizenship with your other nation and still maintained your government position/citizenship.

Twice the pride, double the fun!

We have a new Question of the Day! Today's question is: What is the Question of the Day?

The Greatest Bestest Nation wrote:We have a new Question of the Day! Today's question is: What is the Question of the Day?

OOC: The Question of the Day is "What is the Question of the Day?"

The Greatest Bestest Nation wrote:We have a new Question of the Day! Today's question is: What is the Question of the Day?

see post above

New Greek Empire wrote:Does anyone miss Onofria?

Everybody knows you are onofria I have known that from the start

The Greatest Bestest Nation wrote:We have a new Question of the Day! Today's question is: What is the Question of the Day?

Its in the name

Hansdeltania wrote:
OOC: The Question of the Day is "What is the Question of the Day?"

Also about the poll I love bread but its hard to choose which one is my favorite

The Greatest Bestest Nation wrote:We have a new Question of the Day! Today's question is: What is the Question of the Day?

Maybe we should rather talk about the poll. What type of bread do you like the most? Maybe we can make a discussion out of this.

Emaha wrote:Maybe we should rather talk about the poll. What type of bread do you like the most? Maybe we can make a discussion out of this.

Rye bread with Saurkraut.

The United Provinces of North America wrote:Rye bread with Saurkraut.

Sauerkraut on bread? Never heard of this combination.

Emaha wrote:Sauerkraut on bread? Never heard of this combination.

It's with a brat (bratwurst).

The United Provinces of North America wrote:It's with a brat (bratwurst).

For breakfast?

Nope, it's usually a quick dinner or lunch. But rye bread is one of my favorite breads. While whole wheat is my favorite.

Emaha wrote:Maybe we should rather talk about the poll. What type of bread do you like the most? Maybe we can make a discussion out of this.

Wheat.
By the way, an interesting fact: in lean years in many countries (talking about the Middle Ages), when wheat or rye was not enough, flour was mixed with quinoa, bran, straw, tree bark and other waste to increase mass of bread.

Fortilder wrote:Wheat.
By the way, an interesting fact: in lean years in many countries (talking about the Middle Ages), when wheat or rye was not enough, flour was mixed with quinoa, bran, straw, tree bark and other waste to increase mass of bread.

There was a recipe in my tenth grade history book on it! Pesents made it to survive on, I forget the name of it.

I am gonna vote naan but there are types of naan tho butter or garlic the butter and garlic are inside the naan makes the naan taste buttery or garlicy

Emaha wrote:Maybe we should rather talk about the poll. What type of bread do you like the most? Maybe we can make a discussion out of this.

OOC: Had this great italian JJs once,,,

JJ meaning Jimmy Johns, it's an American brand

Fortilder wrote:Wheat.
By the way, an interesting fact: in lean years in many countries (talking about the Middle Ages), when wheat or rye was not enough, flour was mixed with quinoa, bran, straw, tree bark and other waste to increase mass of bread.

Or when a country was bombed back into the Middle Ages. Or a city.

The United Provinces of North America wrote:I am guessing hot crime means pity crime in Australian English?

Yes, petty theft etc. small non-violent crimes

Regarding the poll...

Ever had Italian herbs & spices bread from subway?

Xsyco wrote:Regarding the poll...

Ever had Italian herbs & spices bread from subway?

Yes!! I love it!

Khomney wrote:OOC: Had this great italian JJs once,,,

JJ meaning Jimmy Johns, it's an American brand

Love their pastrami sub.

Hey can you explain to me how this game work🙂

Crystalsummer wrote:Yes!! I love it!

Anyone who eats the healthy breads is committing a sin

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