It is considered by some (mostly his residents) an official countryball. This would make it a countryball within Englandball and controlled by it as well as UKball just as Englandball is with UKball. It would still be considered as a duchyball as well, due to the way it is controlled by Englandball. However, it cannot into monies like other countyballs, as
the pig Londonball takes all the monies due to nobody moving elsewhere. It has its own language, but it barely ever uses it, and even it seems to have forgotten it. In this day and age Cornwall is very poor due to a decline in industries like mining and manufacturing in the county this has caused widespread unemployment throughout the county leaving people with out any income. People who buy second homes are often the problem to the housing shortage because locals cannot get houses due to these tourists.
It is home to the south west coast path which stretches around Devon cornwall and Dorset
In the mists of time, Gaulball found a good spot to fish.
Kingdom of Wessexball heard of this fishing spot and tried to steal it. When Gaulball wasn't fishing it found some tin in its clay and started to mine. Gaulball then became Cornwallball. Duchy of Saxonyball arrived in 838, and Cornwallball and his friend Denmarkball lost the fight. Saxonball took over the fishing spot. Cornwallball's sibling, Duchy of Brittanyball joined Normandyball in 1066 and chased Duchy of Saxonyball away. Years later Englandball wanted Cornwallball to speak a proper language and forced a book of prayer on it. Since then Cornwallball has gone back to the quiet life of fishing.
On 23 June 2016, Cornwall voted to leave the EUball, yet still wants to keep the funding.
Cornwall is home to one of the biggest china clay quarries in the world, it dates back to the 1700s has been a massive job house for the Cornish for centuries, sadly the work force today is only around 2000 and most is disused leaving massive heaps of spoil called ‘sky tips’ cone shaped mountains. It is often called the ‘Cornish Alps’. It is owned by the company called Imerys who bought the quarry in 1999. There is a museum called wheal Martyn which holds the largest working water wheal and tells you the history of the quarry.
Culture and Pastimes
Cornwallball likes naming things with Zs, for instance – from the far west, Penzance ("holy headland"), Nanjizal ("low valley"), and Zennor (from St Senara). ZZZZZZZ! Cornwallball has an evil streak under its civilized exterior. It used to enjoy collecting anything the sea brought forth and claims the rights of salvage. When the sea was not cooperating, Cornwallball would switch off its lighthouses heh heh. Cornwallball's secret economy includes contraband from smuggling.
Cornwallball enjoys pirating in the Caribbean.
When Cornwallball is not smuggling or pirating, it is busy digging deep holes to mine tin and china clay or to hide contraband.
It enjoys making and eating pasties.
- Pasties and Pies
- Jam first scones (THE CORRECT WAY)
- Friendly but devious
- Tax avoider
- Hates slow drivers on the A30
- hates emmets (sometimes)and second home owners
- Devonball - Brother next to me but STOP PUTTING CREAM FIRST ON SCONES!1!! Best bud
- Isles of Scillyball - Child who enjoys "wrecking" ships.
- Brittanyball - Twin with weird accent.
- Walesball - Sibling
, BUT WHY DID YOU BECOME A COUNTRY AND NOT ME??
- Isle of Manball - Cousin.
- Irelandball - Cousin.
- Scotlandball - Cousin.
- Yooperball - It's a big fan of my pasties!
- South Australiaball - My hidden son.
- Englandball - Stop telling us what to do! Ok we kind of like you, BUT GIVE US SOME AUTONMY!
- Home to Bodmin moor which is pretty much a smaller version of Dartmoor.
It’s was heavily mined and quarried out during the 19th century for granite and the history of that is still there today.
- there is a myth that there is a large puma like cat roaming the moor and people have claimed to see it mainly on foggy days. It is often called the Beast of Bodmin moor.
Map of UK counties (Credit to LavaMeteor)
I know this is rather CORNy. Yet is is aMAIZEing