Sunday, October 24, 2010


The Seychelles are a bunch of islands off the coast of Africa you've probably never heard of or will ever visit.  But they have one of the more unique flags ever. 

And I quote:
The oblique bands are meant to symbolize a dynamic new country moving into the future; blue represents sky and sea, yellow the sun giving light and life, red the peoples' determination to work for the future in unity and love, white social justice and harmony, green the land and natural environment.

Sure, whatever, committee writing team.  I can get high and make things up too. You have a cool flag.  Leave it at that.

Also, the name Seychelles should also be added to the 'She sells, sea shells' tongue twister so it goes: 'She sells Seychelles sea shells by the sea shore.'

1 comment:

  1. I think a better tongue twister would be: "She sells Seychelles sea shells by the Seychelles sea shell shore." BOOM.