1.I shall stop referring to people with degrading racial and ethnic slurs.
2.Such as frog.
6.I shall stop treating America with distain.
7.Even if he is a complete and utter idiot.
8.I shall stop coming to world meetings under the intoxication of alcohol.
9.Only in my waiter apron.
10. I am no longer allowed to offer Prussia beer.
11. Even if it is hilarious to watch him beg at Hungary drunkenly.
12. I shall no longer be allowed to reminisce about the good old days.
13.Even though Britannia rules the world.
14.I will stop trying to poison nations with my cooking.
15.Even though it is delicious, thank you very much.
16.I shall stop telling America exactly why the rest of world does not like him.
17. Even if he is an ignorant child with delusions of grandeur.
18. I am no longer allowed to ask Sealand whether he would mind if we DNA tested him.
19. For I know he is not mine and Alfred's child.
20. He looks much more like Francis than Alfred in any case.
21. Not that he is the father either.
22. I can no longer tell Alfred exactly what happened on November 5th, 1605.
23. It only confuses him, and ruins the movie, V for Vendetta in his eyes.
24. I also cannot tell him that all Brits are not related to Simon Cowell.
25. This too, bewilders him.
26. I am also not allowed to tell him that he cannot be knight.
27. No need to crush all of his dreams.
28. I shall stop telling nations exactly what my friends say about them.
29. Because no one believes that the words are not mine anyway.
30. Except for Norway.
31. But people think he belongs in Bedlam anyway.
32. I shall also stop arguing with America over which is better; Twilight or Harry Potter.
33. Even though the later is undoubtedly the best choice.
34. Send countless maps of the world does not help Alfred realize what the world is actually like.
35. He just looks at them, and goes, "Hey, look, Iggy! I'm over twice the size of you! I told you I was tied with Prussia!"
36. Pouring hot tea on Francis is now forbidden.
37. It only encourages him, in any case.
38. I must also stop arguing over the French Letter.
39. Even if everybody knows Francis created it.
40. I shall no longer correct Alfred's spelling and punctuation in red.
41. I will no longer bring a red pen to the meeting.
42. I shall no longer correct Alfred's spelling and punctuation.
43. Even if it is atrocious.
44. When someone offers me an umbrella, I will accept it.
45. They are not insulting me; simply wish me to be safe.
46. Busby's chair is not longer allowed at meetings.
47. Neither is any mention of it.
48. I am no longer allowed to argue with Russia about black magik.
49. Even though it was mine first.
50. I am no longer am allowed to answer Alfred's questions on marmite and crisps with "What do you think, you git?"
51. It is not his fault he is an idiot.
52. I will try to remember
53. Oh damn. Who was I thinking of?
54. I must stop listening to Francis.
55. Apparently, it is not good for my self-esteem.
56. And I always end up doing what he suggests, apparently.
57. I am no longer allowed to show other nation's pictures of Alfred as a child.
58. Especially since it ends up with Francis doing the same of mine.
59. I am no longer allowed to yell whenever America attempts my accent.
60. Even if he fails miserable, and uses bloody too often.
61. He also does not realized that is a bad work, and will not be taught.
62. In fact, all contact with America should be broken.
63. Now, if I could only get him to stop bothering me.
64. I am no longer a child, and as such, when I am afraid, I shall not be allowed to crawl to Francis.
65. It is best for me if I do not in any case.
66. Attempting to sneak into America's money making facilities and stamping all the coins with the great queen's face is funny, but wastes material.
67. As Alfred refuses to use it, yet has some idiotic rule about not changing the faces of leaders.
68. I can no longer touch the State's flag to the ground and watch Alfred freak out.
69. Even though he does not understand it is simply a flag.
70. Mentioning history, dignity and pride does nothing to affect Alfred's cock and bull attitude.
71. Only makes him mutter about age.
72. It is useless; also, to tell him that you had rights for women and those of colour long before him is silly, as he simply replies "Barrack Obama, man."
73. Of which, your response, "Maggie Thatcher", can only serve to confuse.
74. I am no longer allowed to insult his lack of personality and culture.
75. I must also stop claiming that we are not copying France.
76. Even though, in all truth, it is the other way around.
77. Attempting to create a dungeon and curse your enemies into it will only receive comments on Bondage.
78. And as such, shall no longer be done.
79. The clever use of words such as Jousting, Swords, and Dueling is no longer allowed, as only France appears to understand what I mean.
80. And it only gives him ideas, in any case.
81. I am not allowed to give Lithuania, Poland, or Cuba bowl cuts in their sleep.
82. Even if they do look like a group of weak kneed pansies with their current hair.
83. Introducing Alfred to the BBC does nothing for his intelligence.
84. As he is too busy laughing at the voices of the charming and witty presenters, and making rather vulgar comments about some.
85. Violence is not the answer.
86. It is the question, and the answer is yes.
87. But I am no longer allowed to live by that great philosophy.
89. Linked to that, I am no longer to yell, "No Pain, No Gain," whenever America comes to me with the smallest of problems.
90. Insulting American Football and calling it, "A Pansies' Version of Rugby," should no longer be done.
91. Even if it is the truth.
92. Mentioning the Armada to Antonio is a bad idea.
93. As is mentioning the Spanish Inquisition.
94. Or the French Revolution, to Francis.
95. Or the animated movie, Anastacia to Russia.
96. References to A Bit of Fry and Laurie, Black Adder or Doctor Who will be received mainly with blank looks.
97. Followed by complains and protest.
98. I must not bring up the Fact the Alfred was unable to buy my London Bridge.
99. Especially within the earshot of Francis.
100. He gets jealous easily, you know.