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A Brief overview of the Political stance taken hence of, for Nastraliam

April 19, 2011
To understand a Nanimal, one must place one’s self in the place from which a Nanimal comes from.
This brief overview might assist one, perhaps:
 
Stephanie van Vuuren Me and Norman

 Our dearest beloved Queen, The Mother. She rules across her reign, within Nastraliam, there upon her throne, with valor and dignity, always polite and minding her peas in a queue. There is also a King- Princess, but we don’t talk much of her as she is currently out of town.

Stephanie van Vuuren Me and Norman

Nastraliam National Emblem

 

The Nastraliam National Anthem in C major

*please rise*

 

Nastraliam, Nastraliam.

I want to be from Nastraliam.

Nastraliam, Nastraliam.

I want to be from Nastraliam.

 

God bless the Queen and the King-princess too,

And the Nanimals and you!

 

Nastraliam, Nastraliam.

I want to be from Nastraliam.

You are from Nastraliam too.

  

Stephanie van Vuuren Me and Norman
Professor Henry Horonomos von Schmop
 
Here shows Prof H.H. von Schmop’s most first visit to the acclaimed country of Nastraliam. Whilst wandering through this uncharted country, von Schmop discovered Norman, a Nanimal from the tribe of Bushycathigersquill. He became obssessed with Norman, as well as all the other Nanimal’s, and attempted to document their every move.. hence, today we a privileged enough to have Normans and Nanimals in our very own homes.
 
 
Stephanie van Vuuren Me and Norman
The Map of Nastraliam

The continental country of Nastraliam is placed on the seas, pretty far away (basically, not walking distance..). The map above, here, shows the Northern Westerly region where it rains not so much.

 

We, Norman and I, hope this overview was helpful towards you, the person.

Gara.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 19, 2011 12:45 pm

    King-Princess a personal favourite. I think you should consider having your national anthem produced and played at the exhibition. Brilliant stuff.

    • April 19, 2011 12:52 pm

      We have an actual recorded National anthem, sung by a old lady-man (..you’ll see) played on the organ. I’m in the process of converting the file to an uploadable one so you can all take a hear ^_^

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