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by The Culture Blossom Commonwealth of North Prarie. . 30 reads.

An explanation of my name

In North Prarie, my nation is not spelled wrong. Here's why:
The Prancoi people, which are the heritage of most North Prarieans (Kind of a mix of French and German) do not pronounce it like the rest of the world. Instead of P-rare-e (common pronunciation), they pronounce it Phrar-e. Over time, Prarieans learned to pronounce it like the rest of the world, but because the Prancoi spelled it Prarie and pronounced it traditionally, the Founding Congress decided to keep the spelling for heritage and value. Spelling of 'Prairie' by other nations is accepted, like our international basketball jerseys.

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