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Countries of the World

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lots o'very dangerous animals
darkness rules the nation
site of 2016 olympics
very pinata
much people
very dense population
birthplace of karate
very snobby
best food in the world
birthplace of Mozart
guten tag
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There are 59 countries with a population density higher than China's. Beethoven wasn't born in Austria.
Feb 24, 2014
Hint for Japan should be islandS, plural.
Feb 24, 2014
What cpgatbyu and YL07 said. Also, wth does "darkness rules" mean? I guessed Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Iceland... but then got USA for the answer when I was trying to guess "best food in the world" and I'd already gone through or used before France, Thailand, and so on. Actually I got Japan the same way- guessing that weird best food clue. Because there are a ton of Asian island nations. The Maldives, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, New Guinea, Fiji, Singapore, etc.. some of which make more sense than Japan. Finally, India has fewer people than China, and no country on Earth has "much people." Some have *many* people. And pinata is not an adjective. I realize that this is a silly meme that is popular right now, like using fail as a noun. But I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume it was a typographical error instead.
Feb 24, 2014
I also am courious about the "darkness" rules the US...I can't help but think there is an insult or even a racial edge to that. Please explain yourself.
Mar 16, 2015
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