And the B-graded flags are...
very original, but at least an improvement on the US flag.
Did you even try?
Too many stars
Machete on flag nicely depicted but not wise idea.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Good effort for a country whose name sounds like a 50s rock'n'roll group.
As you can probably guess, as the grade slips further, the description becomes more hilarious.
Possibly most eyewatering flag in existence.
Former Republic of Macedonia
C+ 60 / 100
Looks unfortunately like a target.
"Hey, lots of countries have a tricolour, why don't we have a quadricolour?" Big mistake.
Unfortunately. there were many more failures. Haha.
Looks like an airline logo.
Features a picture of a woman crucifying a harp.
Name of country written on the flag. Perhaps they have the excuse that their citizens can't remember the difference between Paraguay and Uruguay either.
Features a hawk sitting on a toilet.
Worst UK colonial flag. Has a sheep on it. Actually, if you look closely, you can see that the sheep is riding on top of an island, which is riding on top of a ship. Also the stupid slogan is in English, and is a platitude.
Not only did they write the name of country on the flag, but its full mailing address, in a living language.
Name of country written on flag in ugly typeface. Notice that the M of Guam is larger than the other letters. I have given it this high a grade because it would actually make quite a nice tea towel.
Northern Mariana Islands
Appears to have been constructed from clip art. Truly awful.
Yet, the funniest and most cruel description was reserved for the Polynesian island nation of Tuvalu.
Tuvalu was previously on 50. However, I didn't realise the horrible truth about their flag. Those stars aren't in a random arrangement at all... they're in the shape of the islands that make up the country. It's a map! On the other hand much of Tuvalu will soon be underwater owing global warming, and they'll have to remove some of those stars.
I bet you never knew flags could be of so much fun.
Ok...im out, gotta do up my 'replacement' for my lost D&T folio...