|Anthem: Na na na|
|Largest city||London, innit|
|Official languages||English, Scouse|
|Prime Minister||Screaming Lord Sutch|
|National Hero(es)||Alan Sugar, Superchap|
|Population||60,000,000, including a secretive race of underground beings (Mancunians)|
|Area|| Richard Branson's |
|Population density||Fairly dense in inner-city areas|
|Favourite pastime||Cricket, Football|
|Opening hours||All day except teatime (12AM-12PM)|
“We shall fight them on the beeyatches, ooooh yeaaaahsss.”
“I really enjoyed last summer, it was on a Tuesday if I remember correctly.”
The United Kingdom (often known as Britain, or UKrain) is a country with a population full of cool accents. Unfortunately, due to overuse of British accents by idiots who aren't actually British, the British are slowly losing grasp of their accents and slipping into insanity, the very reason Simon Cowell and Harry Potter exist. Or not, as is the case of the former.
The people of the United Kingdom, known as the British, are not to be confused with the Birtish, residents of The Island of Birt.
 Politics of the United Kingdom
The UK was traditionally ruled jointly by the Monster Raving Loony Party and the Tsar of Kazakhstan since the 9th century BC. During the Civil War of 1066-2015 the country was briefly overthrown by a group of pretenders calling themselves 'the monarchy', but pundits predict for the old style of government to step into power once again.
 Countries of the United Kingdom
The United Kingdom consists of numerous Britains, including:
- Regular Britain, made up of Englandland, Scotsland (optional: see The Scotlandless Britain theory) and the Ireland of Whales.
- Super Britain, made up of tea cakes, a thousand acres of flood plains and Richard Branson's
- The British Aisles, which can be found in the British supermarkets and bowling alleys. In England, the latter is known as a Bouling alley by blooming eejits.
Britain is perhaps best known as being the birthplace of the English language, which officially died in 1998 when total Americanisation of the United Kingdom was achieved. Shortly after, elements of British English assimilated with American English to form a new, confusing language which later incorporated aspects of Swedish and Outer Botswazi to form Internet English. As a result, The Oxford English Dictionary (Printed in Oxford, MS) now includes thirteen acceptable variants of the word 'oesophagus'.
“Yesh mayte innit mayte. Shave your head mayte you'll lose all your friends with long hair. You're a gay mosher INNIT. I'm going to bang you out... nobody move I've dropped my brain.”
The British are well known for their fancy accents. Why? Because they're fancy. But not the same as French fancies, because that concept has rather dubious, risqué connotations. That's all. Apart from Queen's English and Scouse, there are no other known accents of the United Kingdom.
The British are also well knouwn four putting unnecessary "u"s after every "o". Four the unitiated, this can be very annouying and cause head jams moure severe than thouse found on the East Lancs road on a Friday afternooun. Fnourdle.
 Harry Potter
Contrary to popular belief, Harry Potter, an often noted resident of the United Kingdom, is not a real person. Nor will he fly to your house on his Firebolt and sweep you away. Nor will Hogwarts send you your letter. Bloody Muggles. You're Muggles, you can't get a letter.
“Sob. Why won't my letter come?!”
Boom boom. OH NO, QUICK! RUN FROM THE TRAIN STATION!
Cough. In conclusion, nothing in Harry Potter is real.
 Other widespread misconceptions
It is well known that Brits have an increased beverage consumption threshold. However, untrue is the belief that the British like to eat pants - in fact, they like to eat underwear, not pants. In addition, the following table outlines a number of similar misconceptions.
|Perception of Britain||Real Britain|
|Have no emotional sensibilities||Are very emotional about queueing|
|The Beatles||The Rolling Stones|
|Have RP accents||Have Cris-P accents|
|Ruined pop||Invented Corporation pop|
 Notable locationaries
- Londres - Home of tea, sandwiches and beer biscuits.
- Hull - Actually Hell, disguised with a typically northern spelling.
- Slough - Home of some people. Or maybe not. Has anyone ever been there?
- Sheffield - Where every Tuesday is tinhat day.
- Twat-stugan - the Arse of the Nation™.