Wyoming

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Most believe the seal on the buffalo in Wyoming’s flag is merely a poor design choice, but actually the bison the artist used as a model did have the seal on it and he was merely depicting what he saw.

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Wisconsin

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Every Wisconsinite flag manufactured since 1981 has had a high-tech digital clock enmeshed within the fabric, but this still-frontier technology always seems to get stuck at 6:48 PM.

West Virginia

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Putting a white square on top of the blue field has not made West Virginia’s flag any better, just shit in its own unique way.

Washington

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The founding father is here depicted in Porky Pig’s famous “That’s all, folks!” pose, representing Washington State’s position as the final state alphabetically, except for the other three that come after it.

Virginia

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The emblem of the original Virginian flag actually has the soul of a demon sealed within it. This is ingenious, as every time the flag is duplicated his soul is split further, making each piece weaker and Ab-T’neb the Defiler more difficult to release.

Vermont

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It took more than one attempt for Vermont to design itself a flag that wasn’t a slight tweaking of the stars and stripes.

Utah

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The Utah flag was Jerry Seinfeld’s inspiration for a middling animated family comedy. However Who Are These Eagles?  never got off the ground, so he made future internet meme Bee Movie instead.

Texas

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In a recent referendum on the design of Texas’ flag, the current incumbent only narrowly beat the best received of the new challengers, a crudely scrawled “Remember, we can leave aaaaany time we want!” submitted by Mildred Jackson of Abilene.

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