...according to Buzzfeed.
I wonder if it would be a similar story the other way around?...
Yikes, we've been emasculated; Where's Mull of Kintyre?
To be fair, I doubt that most English would be able to draw a decent representation of England, including myself. I also doubt that the Scotch would do much better in representing their own nation.
I'm pretty vague on England below the Midlands, to be fair.
A great many Americans not only struggle to draw their own country, but lots can't draw their own state.
Which says a lot, considering most of those in the middle are large rectangles...
8 spelled Largs wrong. Otherwise fairly good.
url edit: this is a better zoom...
(from the Spitting Image annual from some time in the 1980's)
When I saw the topic title, the 1st thing I thought of was that map. Titled Geoffrey Howe's Map of the world IIRC.
Sheer class in it's offensiveness and from 83 or 84.
Only 5 miles away from London
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