This is hilarious, and for some reason, it tickled my funny bone just right this morning.
National Flags Created From the Foods Each Country Is Commonly Associated With, posted on the Visual News blog by Paul Caridad, offers just what the title says: An Italian flag platter formed from basil, spaghetti and tomatoes. An Australian flag rendered as a meat pie. A beautiful, artful Japanese round of perfect ahi tuna on a square white plate. And an American flag striped with hot dogs, of course.
There’s more. Much more. You have to go see it:
A rousing round of “It’s the Same the Whole World Over” and a standing ovation for blogger/artist Caridad.