I’m not sure how many times I’ve mentioned this to other people, but really, drawing KSA’s flag is kind of hard.
I mean, look at the flag! (...and yes, if you happened to see your feedjit bombarded with this little green flag, then it's probably me...)
(But hey! I usually left a comment so no worries about me stalking your blog or something...)
Writing the Khat is really harder than it looks. To make it as neat as the above is definitely a tedious task. It's actually a rather complicated flag...
That being said, some countries have a fairly simple flag. I was browsing my Feedjit tracker (*gulp*) and noticed quite a few things.
Ireland and India kind of have the same color combination, didn’t they? XD (The Ireland flag was below the Indian flag at the time and I was like, “Hey…!” Not sure how I get a hit from India though. And Ireland, well…I did stalk a lot of blogs from Ireland didn’t I? wahahaha D:)
And I come to notice that lots of European countries use the three colors combination on their flags as well.
Cookies to you if you can guess the country of this flag :D (it's a friend of mine)
And the flag of United Kingdom doesn’t look that difficult to draw either.
(oh yeah I stalked a whole lot of blogs from the UK too D:)
Oh oh and the Australian flag reminds me of the similarities between the Star Spangled Banner and the Jalur Gemilang.
But I must say, drawing the Japanese flag must’ve been the easiest task of them all. Just take a white paper, stamp a red dot on it, and voila! The flag of Japan!
...which brings you to the point of this rather pointless post.
The other day, I saw the flag of Japan waving on my tracker feed thing…and I went, OH NO MY SISTER!
But my sister uses Safari and her laptop runs on Mac OS-don’t-know-which-one so it can’t really be her, can it?
So I asked with a grin on my face, “Hey did you use Internet Explorer? :D”
Of course, she replied, “Why would I wanna use IE on a Mac?”
I suppose hinting that a Mac person might be using IE is an insult of its own.
But I digressed. “You see I saw someone going to my blog from my FB and that person’s from Japan so it’s must be youuuu!!!111!!”
Well, I didn’t really say it like that.
I typed, “Well I saw someone visited my blog, and that person is from your place, but that person’s using IE and Windows Vista, and that person read every post that I published, and yeah I know, those are stupid postsss. Why did I write those things again? Oh, and yeah, I thought it was you. T.T”
To that, my sister replied, “Whoa need to investigate who uses IE then huhu”
I don’t really mind the identity of that person but I kind of wish he/she could leave a comment and break my theory about my sister stalking me. D:
And I saw a couple of other flags as well and I thought, “Oh no is this my aunt, hey is this my brother, hey is that—”
Yeah, if this thing bugged me so much I shouldn’t have bother with the tracker—should have deleted it, or plainly ignored it—but seeing them visiting my blog makes me very happy. (*^^*) Despite how I don’t get what so interesting about this place anyway, with them coming back each time…
Yes yes I hate that feeling very much, and that’s why I commented on every single blog I've visited. D: Does that annoy you? No? Yes?
Oh well. :D
Anytime you visit me, say hello~ It’ll make a blog’s author very, very happy indeed. (*^^*)
(and add me on Twitter. I don't mind.)
P/S: I still conclude that drawing KSA's flag is not as easy as it looks. Or as hard as it looks. Hmm...no? Oh well. :D