Tunisia

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Carthagenian Empire of Tunisia

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Official language 1337
Capital Carthage
Largest City Lebanon
Population 12
Emperor Mohammed bin Ahmed bin mullah bin oussama bin hamdi
National Heroes Hamilcar Barca, Hannibal
Established 1945, then again in 2000
Independence From Rome never
Religion pagan, teacher sacrifice
Currency elephants
Motto DEATH TO ROME
National anthem O NOES!
National Sports Fighting Rome


Tunisia is a country in AFRICA, known for it's HOT climate, modern socialist-democratic Islamic government.

History[edit]

Up until about 1000AD, Tunisia had no human inhabitants. Aside from several thousand reindeer, and large caverns filled with zinc, Tunisia really had nothing much at all. One day, while taking his dog for a walk, Mohammed Torvalds got lost and ended up in this cold land. Impressed by the abundance of reindeer and large amount of zinc, Mohammed decided to found a socialist-democratic Islamic republic. 2 weeks later, all the reindeer were dead, a large zinc industry was formed, and Tunisia had a population of over 100,000 people and a very popular demo scene.


1700 Tunisia was invaded by the Ottoman empire, who introduced the Tunisians to tobacco. The then high life expectancy instantly dropped to about 25 years for men, and 34.2 years for women.

1900 A large meteor struck Tunisia, killing the last of the great Mammoth heards.

2005 An article appeared on uncyclopedia about Tunisia, teaching many about this small, unique, zinc-filled country.

2006 Tunisia wins Germany 2006 World cup

Facts[edit]

  • Tunisia is 95% zinc
  • Most homes in Tunisia are made out of zinc

Famous Tunisians[edit]