How many countries can you name off the top of your head?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    United States, Canada,

    Mexico, Panama,

    Haiti, Jamaica, Peru;

    Republic Dominican,

    Cuba, Carribean,

    Greenland, El Salvador too.

    Puerto Rico, Columbia,


    Honduras, Guyana, and still;

    Guatemala, Bolivia,

    then Argentina,

    and Ecuador, Chile, Brazil.

    Costa Rica, Belize,

    Nicaragua, Bermuda,

    Bahamas, Tobago, San Juan;

    Paraguay, Uruguay,

    Suriname, and

    French Guiana, Barbados, and Guam.

    Norway, and Sweden,

    and Iceland, and Finland,

    and Germany now one piece;

    Switzerland, Austria,


    Italy, Turkey, and Greece.

    Poland, Romania,

    Scotland, Albania,

    Ireland, Russia, Oman;

    Bulgaria, Saudi Arabia,


    Cyprus, Iraq, and Iran.

    There's Syria, Lebanon,

    Israel, Jordan,

    both Yemens, Kuwait, and Bahrain,

    the Netherlands, Luxembourg,

    Belgium, and Portugal,

    France, England, Denmark, and Spain.

    India, Pakistan,

    Burma, Afghanistan,

    Thailand, Nepal, and Bhutan;

    Kampuchea, Malaysia,

    then Bangladesh, Asia,

    and China, Korea, Japan.

    Mongolia, Laos,

    and Tibet, Indonesia,

    the Philippine Islands, Taiwan;

    Sri Lanka, New Guinea,

    Sumatra, New Zealand,

    then Borneo, and Vietnam.

    Tunisia, Morocco,

    Uganda, Angola,

    Zimbabwe, Djibouti, Botswana;

    Mozambique, Zambia,

    Swaziland, Gambia,

    Guinea, Algeria, Ghana.

    Burundi, Lesotho,

    and Malawi, Togo,

    The Spanish Sahara is gone;

    Niger, Nigeria,

    Chad, and Liberia,

    Egypt, Benin, and Gabon.

    Tanzania, Somalia,

    Kenya, and Mali,

    Sierra Leone, and Algier;

    Dahomey, Namibia,

    Senegal, Libya,

    Cameroon, Congo, Zaire.

    Ethiopia, Guinea_

    Bissau, Madagascar,

    Rwanda, Mahore, and Cayman;

    Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi,

    Qatar, Yugoslavia,

    Crete, Mauritania,

    then Transylvania,

    Monaco, Liechtenstein,

    Malta, and Palestine,

    Fiji, Australia, Sudan!

    Source(s): Yakko's World. OK, so I cheated. =P
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  • 1 decade ago

    Canada, USA, Mexico, France, England, Guam, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwai, India, China, Italy, Sweden, Scottland, Switzerland, Germany, Ukraine, Portugal, Guyana, Gowa, Kazakstan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Peru, Brazil, Iran, Iraq, Chile, Equador, Paraguay, Uraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Venezuela, Colombia, Australia, Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Zambia, Angola, Algeria, Argentina, Madagascar, Turkey, Syria, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, Greece, Spain, Poland, North Korea, South Korea, Hungary and Bangladesh.

    And yeah, when I saw that long list of countries, the first thing that came to my mind was the Yakko's song.

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  • ^ I don't think Yugoslavia's a country anymore, it's a former country... anyways, here goes...

    CANADA, USA, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, UK, Dennmark, Iceland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Russia, Ukraine, Slovakia, Slovenia, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, Congo, South Africa, Egypt, Turkey, Armenia, Portugal, Swaziland, China, Hungary, Zimbawe, South Korea, North Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Philippines...Afghanistan, Pakistan, Andorra, India, Sri Lanka, Angola, Australia, Belgium, Bangladesh, Austria, Belarus, Bhutan, Ecuador, Cuba, El Savador, Gambia, Vatican, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Mongolia, Nigeria, Niger, Nepal, Brazil, Poland, Sierra Leone, Taiwan, umm...

    That's all I got. Wow I just spent 10 minutes of my time on this... good brainwork though. ^.^

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  • 1 decade ago

    All of them! LOL

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