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What's on your Flag?

Shouts & Murmurs: The Symbols on My Flag (And What They Mean): Humor: The New Yorker

The skull and crossbones, in the lower right corner, stands for pirates, and all that they have given us.

The angel holding the sword represents how guns are nice but swords are more of a “heavenly” thing.

The plow with the four-leaf clover symbolizes the luck of the farmer.

The quicksand represents the travails of life. The hand sticking out of it is so you know it’s quicksand and not just a dirty spot on the flag.

The bat stands for eternal life, through our lord Dracula.

The sheaf of wheat symbolizes the bounty of the land, and the hope that soon more things will come in sheaves.

The parrot represents the need to communicate, even if it’s only squawks.

The tin of paprika stands for paprika, a spice I hope to learn more about.

The triskelion indicates that I know what a triskelion is.

The sun on the horizon makes you wonder, Is it rising or setting? And is it our sun or a weird invader sun? The five rays coming out of the sun symbolize the five times that I have had sex.

On my Flag You will find:

Megatron for all the joy that the Decepticon regime has brought to Cybertron
A Tetragrammaton as I think those odd symbols bear weight to flags, especially when they are secret names for Deities.
For color I will add a rainbow skull, in remembrance of the Rainbow Sprites. Only Rob Abel Messiah may understand the reference completely.
A complex looking series of guns and weapons, around the edges, chased by Cowboys and Indians.
A Manikin head and a trophy, for obvious reasons.
The Centerpiece being “The Internet” as an abstract, which means there will be a giant hole in the middle of my flag. If anyone asks, the hole is “The Internet” or “Ennui” no, maybe it’s “Heroism through Adversity“.

I’ll get back to you on the center.

What’s on your flag?