Papua-New Guinea

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“Where the hell is that? is that where they breed guinea pigs?”

~ Oscar Wilde on Paupa New guinea
Papua-New Guinea
National Flag Papua Flaggot.jpg
the Stars and a Rabbit
Motto Estne tibi forte magna feles fulva et planissima?
Official languages English, Pidgin English, Pigeon English, Pagan English, Plague English, Raegan English, German, Papa Nu Ginney-ish,

Would you believe Tok Pisin?.

Capital city Who cares?
Largest city as above
2nd Largest city Would you believe Lae?
Religion Missionary position - the opiate of the masses
Independence 1973 (Australia got the HELL outta there!)
National anthem "'F*** tha Police!!"'

Papua New Guinea (PNG) or Papa Nu Ginney as the natives call it, is a small island nation comprised of a series of islands that vaguely resemble a banana from outer space. Its people are known for their fun loving nature, unique tribal outfits, and have a habit of eating famous British colonial explorers that found Australia.

Mythological Beginnings[edit | edit source]

According to native Papua New-Guinean mythology, their islands were discovered by the "white man" in 1526 and thus came into existence. This explains why Western culture is emulated amongst modern Papua-New Guinean youth, not as a sign of globalisation, as may be the case in other third world countries, but as a sign of deep cultural piety and reverence for the history of their people.

History[edit | edit source]

Jared Diamond got an idea for a book when his New Guinean friend tried to rape him, but other than that, it has no history. Whatsoever. At all. In any form. And probably never will. Some believe that there is a story behind the founding of the city of Lae, but the Missionaries didn't talk about it.

Geography[edit | edit source]

  • New Britain - named by the local gangstas in the 19th century to attract British backpackers...
  • New Ireland - named by the local gangstas in the 19th century to attract Irish backpackers...
  • Boganville (Bougainville) - named by the local gangstas in the 19th century to attract Australian backpackers...
  • Fly River - river inhabited by the Lord of the Flies.
  • Lae - WARNING: this city is not famous for getting laid. Be very careful what you do in this village.
  • Kokoda - town in the mountains inhabited by thousands of Australian backpackers, thousands of dead Japanese soldiers and a handfull of Raskol gangstas.

Rise to World Dominance[edit | edit source]

Papua New Guinea's recent alleged acquisition of Weapons of Mass Destruction, and subsequent incentive package has vaulted the once poor island nation into a position of new found power and wealth. Despite the supposed Weapons of Mass Destruction actually being a shipment of supplies for the Wildlife Management Division of the Papua-New Guinean civil service in an unfortunately labeled crate, the Papuans managed to keep it under wraps until they received the UN money and conned the Iranians and North Koreans into paying for crates of the WMD supplies.

"Papa New Guinea has brought new respect and international acclaim for his homeland, as well as drug trafficking, gang warfare, and a new species of rabbit"

The Only Good Thing to Come Out of the Place[edit | edit source]

In 1993 Papua-New Guinea's only rapper/social outcast made it big in the Bollywood hip-hop jamboree known as "Gangsta Guragee". Eman Laera-Ton, who goes by the pseudonym "Papa New Guinea" was born and raised in Western Papua (known as "Westban" by astronauts that think the country looks like a Trumpet from space) where he was imprisoned and had many run-ins with the law. Papa New Guinea claims that those dark days gave him the inspiration for his music, but it's difficult to see how 999 separate accounts of public indecency and legal possession of a rabbit could give rise to such hit songs as "Bird of Paradise Feather in my Fist" and "S*** on Tha Police!".

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