Second-world country

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Because of their incurable biases, the so-called experts at Wikipedia will probably never have an article about Second-world country. We are sorry they insist on being this lame.


A second-world country, as the name suggests, is slightly better than a half world country but not as good as a twelfth-world country. Examples include Sweden, Portsmouth, and the Democratic Republic of Sunshine Mediocrity.

Second-world countries are generally devoid of basic commodities such as fire extinguishers, hedgehogs, and those funny twirly pasta shapes you get in macaroni, but do have their own unique brands of ketchup.

A few also suggest that second-world countries derive from a second world, possibly Earth's mother or Rosie O'Donnell.