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    United States of Americaball


    Why didn't you just shoot him?
     
    — USAball to UKball
    Stars and Stripes beat Hammer and Sickle! Look it up, commie!
     
    — The RED/BLU Soldier, Team Fortress 2
    And from that day forward, any time a bunch of animals are together in one place, it's called a "zoo"!Unless it's a farm.
     
    — The RED/BLU Soldier, Team Fortress 2
    God Bless America, land that I love…
     
    — God Bless America

    The USA-icon.png United States of Americaball (USAball), also known as Americaball, USball, aka YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE HAAAAW NATION!!! or `Muricaball, is obese a countryball primarily located in North America. It consists of 50 stateballs, WashingtonDC-icon.png a federal district, five major unincorporated territoryballs, 326 3-icon.png Indian reservations, skinny old man!!! and nine minor outlying islands. At nearly 3.8 million square miles (9.8 million square kilometers), it is Earth-icon.png Earthball's fourth-largest countryball by geographic area. USA-icon.png USAball borders Canada-icon.png Canadaball to the north and Mexico-icon.png Mexicoball to the south; USA-icon.png USAball also has maritime borders with Bahamas-icon.png Bahamasball, Cuba-icon.png Cubaball, and Russia-icon.png Russiaball. With more than 331 million people, it is the third most populous countryball on Earth-icon.png Earthball. The national capital is WashingtonDC-icon.png DCball; the most populous cityball (and financial center) is NYC-icon.png New York Cityball.

    3-icon.png Paleo-Indians migrated from Siberia-icon.png Siberiaball to the North American mainland at least 12,000 years ago, and European colonization began in the 16th century. USA-icon.png USAball emerged from ColAmerica-icon.png Thirteen Coloniesball established along the East Coast. Disputes with British Empire-icon.png UKball over taxation and political representation led to the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), establishing USA-icon.png USAball's independence. In the late 18th century, USA-icon.png USAball began God-icon.png expandingUSA-icon tangle.png across North America, gradually Anschlussing new clay, sometimes through war, frequently displacing 3-icon.png 3balls and admitting new stateballs. By 1848, USA-icon.png USAball spanned the continent from east to west. 8-icon (colony).png Slavery was legal in CSA-icon.png southern USAball until the second half of the 19th century, when the American Civil War led to its abolition. The Spanish-American War and World War I established USA-icon.png USAball as a world power, and the aftermath of World War II left USA-icon.png USAball and Soviet-icon.png Soviet Unionball as Earth-icon.png Earthball's two superpowers. During the Cold War, both sides fought in the Korean and Vietnam Wars but avoided direct military conflict. They competed in the Space Race, culminating in 1969, when USA-icon.png USAball could onto Moon-icon.png Moonball. Soviet-icon.png Soviet Unionball's dissolution in 1991 ended the Cold War, leaving USA-icon.png USAball as Earth-icon.png Earthball's sole superpower.

    USA-icon.png USAball is a federal presidential-constitutional republic with three separate branches of government, including a bicameral legislature. It is a founding member of UN-icon.png UNball, World Bank, International Monetary Fund, OAS-icon.png OASball, NATO-icon.png NATOball, and other international organizations. It is a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. Considered a melting pot of cultures and ethnicities, its population has been profoundly shaped by centuries of immigration. USA-icon.png USAball ranks high in international measures of economic freedom, quality of life, education, and human rights; it has low levels of perceived corruption. However, scholars have criticized it for racial, wealth, and income inequality, capital punishment and mass incarceration, and lack of universal health care.

    USA-icon.png USAball is a highly developed countryball, and its economy accounts for approximately a quarter of global GDP and is Earth-icon.png Earthball's largest by GDP at market exchange rates. By value, USA-icon.png USAball is Earth-icon.png Earthball's largest importer and second-largest exporter of goods. Although its population is only 4.2% of Earth-icon.png Earthball's total, it holds over 30% of the total wealth in Earth-icon.png Earthball, the largest share held by any country. Making up more than a third of global military spending, it is the foremost military power in Earth-icon.png Earthball and a leading political, cultural, and scientific force.

    Personality

    USAball is often portrayed in the Polandball universe as loud and sometimes rude, but a logical and multiculturalist character who is BIG DUMB!!! strong and MORBIDLY OBESE no actually its the 12th most obese nation stop picking COMMIES!!!, cool. It is sometimes drawn as a blob about the fat American stereotype. It can be kind of belligerent sometimes (calls asia a BIG COMMIE POO FEST sometimes, his therapist OhioRwar is trying to help with that although he doesn't seem very good at it). However, it is essential to the history of democracy. It usually has an invited presence, as it always mentions its freedom and making peace.

    USAball used to be UK-icon.png UKball's most rebellious child; even today, this is reflected in its independent and individualistic attitude symbolized by its cool shades.

    It is not very bright, showing ignorance of smaller countries. Despite being generally more brawn than brains, it has an enormous and romantic imagination, allowing it to invent plenty of things that helped it compete with other countries. It is often depicted as coveting oil very much, to the point of declaring war just for it. Despite being somewhat selfish and often making fun of it, USAball does care for its friends very much.

    USAball is often competitive and likes challenges, reflecting its support for capitalism; this often prompts aggressive behavior and results in pride in its hard work that most other countryballs see as "dickish". From being prideful, which results in its large ego, it often regrets its past actions. Still, it would also take decades to apologize for any wrongdoing. Despite this, USAball has an outgoing attitude and friendly behavior to other countries that treat it as an ally. From this, it likes to reward other friendly countryballs (and itself) based off on merit; such as returning Japan-icon.png Japanball back Okinawa-icon.png Okinawaball for its good behavior, or rewarding Philippines-icon.png Philippinesball independence for its loyalty and compensation for Japanese occupation. It also loves to prove other countryballs wrong, such as Earth-icon.png Earthball's largest Dam (Hoover Dam), Earth-icon.png Earthball's longest railroad (at the time, Transcontinental Railroad), and reaching Moon-icon.png Moonball. It did all this because, as said before, it likes challenges (not because it was easy, but because it was hard).

    USAball is also adventurous and loved to explore and learn more about the unknown. This was reflected in its movement in western expansion throughout North America and its interests in space. However, on the other hand, underneath its "ego mask," USAball can be pretty insecure, and, as said before, it often regrets its past actions. It can also be very paranoid about things strange to it, such as calling out 3-icon.png 3ball for being demons, its fear of communism (which resulted in McCarthyism), and, since 9/11, its growing paranoia for terrorism and Muslims resulted in heavy surveillance even for what it thought was its friends and family. Its fear for its own life (and way of life) and the stress of responsibility of being one of Earth-icon.png Earthball's leading superpowers could be so bad that it tends to monitor its neighbors for anything suspicious.

    However, it is experiencing something similar to a Midlife Crisis. USAball is slowly becoming more sensitive to outside judgment. Holding the burden of most of Earth-icon.png Earthball's problems for decades has gradually caused USAball to lose confidence in itself and make it effortlessly provocative to act aggressively. However, USAball has been showing signs of growing humbleness in the last few years and desires to try to make things right in ISIS-icon.png the Middle East and in Europe. However, it turned out from the humbleness of 2012, and its conflicted behavior met a new conclusion and a period of uncertainty. From a period of uncertainty, USAball does what it does best. It eventually took the path of rebelling against the establishment from all sides. In the end, it turned a new leaf from the 2016 election. It elected a new, unexpected, radical president. much to the shock from other countryballs around it. From 2016 to 2020, it is clear that USAball has developed some sort of split-personality disorder. It is also quite resentful of Earth-icon.png Earthball around it; however, it plans to change all of that.

    History

    Note: Due to the page's length, it is being split. See USAball/History.

    Flag colors

    Main colors

    Color Name RGB CMYK HEX
    Eastbay 60, 59, 110 C87-M74-Y20-K21 #3C3B6E
    Mexican Red 178, 34, 52 C21-M95-Y83-K9 #B22234
    White 255, 255, 255 N/A #FFFFFF

    How to draw

    1. Draw a fat ball (or a blob).
    2. Draw 13 red stripes on the ball.
    3. Add a blue canton on the top left.
    4. Draw 50 stars (or dots) on the blue canton. You can also replace all the stars with text that says "50 ☆" if you do not want to draw all the stars.
    5. Draw the sunglasses or eyes, and then you are finished.

    Relationships

    Note: Due to the page's length, it is in progress of being splitting up. See USAball/Relationships.

    Subdivisions

    Map of USAball's stateballs, some territoryballs, and neighboring countryballs.

    States and Territories

    States

    • Alabama-icon.png Alabamaball: "The State Bird is the NASCAR." Well known for rednecks, racists, space camps, and guns. Also, where cruise ships go to die, and it's illegal to salt a railroad track. It's the premier destination to look skinny by comparison. Also, why are you grabbing women's privates? Please stop defending your crimes against girls using religion. That's not how law and order works!
    • Alaska-icon.png Alaskaball: "I have the most land. Beautiful land, and heck, you should see it right now." Bought from Russia before turned into a commie scum where humans and bears are at equal population. Also, 1/5th of our land, half of our snow (aka, seasonal depression), and 2/3rd's of our oil (especially with its brand new oil field). Also, most prepared for a zombie apocalypse, and one of the cities elected a cat as its mayor. Its pizza boxes have targets on the back. But still somewhat free. You get cash in the census just for being alive.
    • Arizona-icon.png Arizonaball: "Keeping Indians in and Mexicans out". Where people who like cold weather and guns go to dehydrate and get guns immediately. Largest Navajo population. Also, where no Mexican wants to go near the border. And too many f***ing telescopes. Has my asscrack the grand canyon, but Phoenix sounds about as legit as Jean Grey. Where P.F. Chang's and the most preserved meteor crater comes from. It's great for retirees for folks who think there are too many Cubans in Florida.
    • Arkansas-icon.png Arkansasball: "Great scenery, brilliant people; We have Walmart?" We don't know why it exists other than slave rights. But, of course, it doesn't help that it host a duck calling contest. It makes good yogurt and grows the most rice out of all the states. Evanescence is formed here, Little Rock, to be precise, and Slick Willy came from here. It's a combination of inbred West Virginians and Southerners. The poorest state of the South, and it also has the most dog owners.
    • California-icon.png Californiaball: "Mexican Boob-Job hippies, who really want to direct!" Where our GMOs, movies, relaxed liberals, and technology are created. And also giant redwoods. Some people think they're geniuses; most believe they are insane. It’s the home of Green Day. It also has the most professional sports teams in the US and is where fortune cookies come from. You had a drought three years ago. It’s Where Americans settle to do porn. What? Are you trying to leave? Don't secede from us, I warn you! Calexit will never happen! Anyways, it is the 2nd most likely to secede, after Texas. So you dropped it because Calexit's leader wanted to live in Siberia-icon.png Siberia. Well, time to poke fun at you for your dumb attempt!
    • Colorado-icon.png Coloradoball: "Snow! I mean Cocaine, but we're also known for skiing." Very nice mountains. Terrible gun control (ahem, remember Columbine). A lot of dunes too. And the Rockies. And gluten-free foods. And who can forget that sweet ass, Mary Jane? KOBE. Home of South Park. Also where the number of ghost towns nearly outnumber the number of living ones.
    • Connecticut-icon.png Connecticutball: "Great schools! Because there's nothing else to do here." The Las Vegas-icon.png Las Vegasball of New England. Currently the 2nd farthest from the free state in New England. (first is Taxachusetts). Nothing bad ever happens here. (except for sandy hook and Bridgeport) and the only state that doesn't have a state fair. It's pretty much a tourist trap state but smarter. The nutmegs are alright, and it's also where lollipops were named (and it's only a 2-hour drive from NYC). Unfortunately, it suffers from pc social justice transgender. Someday I think we should give it back to the British.
    • Delaware-icon.png Delawareball: "Come, we have low corporation fees. No, seriously, please come." Currently on hold for the day it just turned into East Marylandball. Mainly just where department stores dump their merchandise and screen door factories. But it won't have a state tax. As you can see, it'd do anything for more corporations. It also likes to Huck pumpkins the catapults. And it's the only state without national parks. Come on, it only has three counties, from north to south, with populations: New Castle (538,479), Kent (162,310), Sussex (197,145).
    • WashingtonDC-icon.png DCball: "I am the boss here! The leader!" Capital city that wants full representation but can't get it, but still has a spy museum. Also, it stole the thinker statue from Paris-icon.png Parisball. Come at me, "frére!" Some guys want to give its clay back to Maryland, but you know that's not likely.
    • Florida-icon.png Floridaball: "The more north you go, the more south it gets." Home of alligators, citruses, cruise ships, Disney World, crazy spring breaks, greyhound racing, people who eat your face, and the physic capital of Earth-icon.png Earthball. Basically Australia-icon.png Australiaball, but less severe older, and more Cubans. Miami-Parente County even has the largest ethnicity being Cuban. In the end, it's a great place if you enjoy quiet walks on the beach or spend the only good years of your life here. Also, remember the two consecutive days were (first) Christina Grimmie, (then) LGBT members were shot dead in Orlando. PurpleRodri lives in Florida. It is very flat and is home to a lot of lakes. (mainly near Orlando, the home of DisneyWorld)
    • US Georgia-icon.png Georgiaball: "Atlanta! We're kinda ashamed of the rest of it, though." Probably the best state, but unfortunately, it experiences corruption. It's like Missouri, but more south. It's home to Atlanta, some nice people, more historic Savannah, but the rest is racist rednecks, skinheads, and KKK members. Not the Georgia that was freedommed by Russia-icon.pngAbkhazia-icon.pngSouth Ossetia-icon.pngTransnistria-icon.pngCrimea-icon.png Russia Soviet re mainders. Home of the Walking Dead, Cartoon Network and Earth-icon.png Earthball's largest poultry convention. And it's doing a favor by keeping Florida out of the rest of the US.
    • Hawaii-icon.png Hawaiiball: "If you lived here, you'd be lazy, too." It used to be our coffee slaves. It was just kinda like, "Hey, can I join?" and the US was just like, "lol kk." Its monarchy was forced to join by some idiots! Wait. it was a republic by the time it united us. Home to the US Pacific Fleet, it is one of the most militarized islands in Earth-icon.png Earthball. Although it treats itself like its own country, I am sorry for taking your freedom away! It's the state where you're least likely to collide with a deer (for obvious reasons) as well as the only rabies-free state.
    • Idaho-icon.png Idahoball: "Potatoes and Napoleon Dynamite. Gosh, we're cool." Really f***ing cold and all potatoes. Also, the only state in the Cascades that has virtually no intention to leave. But it's not just spudding; it produces 72 types of precious and semi-precious stones. It passes the time by watching porcupines race. It's also a great place to hide a body.
    • Illinois-icon.png Illinoisball: "Curse? What curse? Curses are made to be broken, not cast upon." Its game is Chicago, corn, deep-dish pizza, mafia, and debt. The official language is American, not English. Now that's a true American.
      • Chicago-icon.png Chicagoball: "Illinois is nothing without me!" The Downstaters want to kick it out, but it just wants to be its capital! My 3rd biggest city people-wise (after NYC and LA). Like cities in Ohio, but not so bankrupt. We filmed the Batman movies here (well, the Dark Knight trilogy anyways).
    • Indiana-icon.png Indianaball: "You have to drive through it to get somewhere better." Where the Indy 500 is. They also made a small fortune off Studebaker in South Bend. Where our Vice President comes from and where all of Illinois's pollution goes. Also, it has no real economy yet produced our first successful goldfish farm. Imagine Applebee's as a state.
    • Iowa-icon.png Iowaball: "56,000 square miles of dull." It is just 56,000 square miles of corn and the highest pig population. And for some reason, there's a 5-minute smooch limit. Guy's capital, Des Moines, and its French-ripoff flag make it look like a legit Frenchman (no, Louisiana is the Frenchman, not you).
    • Kansas-icon.png Kansasball: "White bread, making wheat bread." It's the Centerpiece of 'Murican territory (even though it's mostly farmland). Except for the farmers, are the Civil War almost started here? Used to hate fags until the new pope said it's okay (and us too.) Also, it's home to one of Earth-icon.png Earthball's largest balls of twine to bore your kids with and come home to pizza hut. Making abandoned prairies look beautiful since 1861. Yes, that's where Dorothy and Oz take place in the real world. No, Kansas City belongs to Missouri, though one-third of its metropolitan area belongs to Kansas. Superman was raised here.
    • Kentucky-icon.png Kentuckyball: "Farming from the future, textbooks from 1925." Hillbillies, horses, college basketball, a giant baseball bat, and caves. But it is somewhat scientific. It had the first hand transplant and a scientific method where horses could give birth to zebras.
    • Louisiana-icon.png Louisianaball: "Thanks BP, like we didn't have enough problems." Home of American Frenchies. It's second only to Floridaball in terms of crazy people. Weird voodoo s*** happens here. It has fantastic food, though. Cajun okra and gambling are coming to the state (we put up a golden nugget in Lake Charles as a possible sin city). Also, the most singles out of all stateballs and the international joke-telling contest.
    • Maine-icon.png Maineball: "I love fishing and swimming in the ocean, eh?" It's pretty cool. They eat lobsters and aren’t afraid of anything. It's mainly the fishing and swimming hole of the USA, and its beaches are mainly giant boulders. Can't get there from 'ere, bud. It has the oldest population and produced most of our toothpicks until 2003. It's also where most Stephen King books are set because. why?
    • Maryland-icon.png Marylandball: "Have Jeeves bring the lobster boat around." The PO box capital of Earth-icon.png Earthball. It narrowly avoided becoming Southwest Pennsylvania. BUT LEARN TO DRIVE, YOU BONEHEAD! Sorry, I get mad sometimes. The rest of Maryland is very fancy, like Newport and the only state where the main sport is jousting.
    • Massachusetts-icon.png Massachusettsball: "Our chief exports are tea, seafood, and obnoxious sports fans." The state where the revolution began and also where any sense of American enthusiasm ended. They also invented basketball and like staring at birds. It taxes everything, literally. And Harvard, the spirit of America my ass! But on the plus side, it doesn't need red lobster since it's at seafood waters. Home to the top 3 most Irish towns and also where packaged frozen foods were invented.
    • Michigan-icon.png Michigancube: "Cereal and serial." A lot of nice people, and Detroit's no longer bankrupt. (but a lot of shootings and still in the dumps). And Eminem. Also, you're never more than six miles from a lake in that state.
      • Yooper-icon.png Yooperball: "Mitä? I'm not Michigan's clay! Perkele!" Also known as Superiorball and Ontonagonball. It is like Finlandball, which is good if the commies invade the north and Canada collapses. Six of its counties have the largest reported ethnicity as Finnish. What about Alaska?
    • Minnesota-icon.png Minnesotaball: "Too nice not to elect douchebag governors." Likes to go up north to the cabin in the summer and play hockey in the winter. (most normal when it comes to season). Also, my largest mall (but not for too much longer). And most golfers per capital plus, its state flower can last as long as 100 years (probably longer than most countryballs can last).
    • Mississippi-icon.png Mississippiball: "We're gonna need a bigger Bible Belt." It is very redneck; probably even worse than Alabama on this front. It's the state that sleeps with everybody. It has plenty of catfish, crayfish, and okra. It's also the most obese state and where we first sold shoes in pairs.
    • Missouri-icon.png Missouriball: "We're number one. In meth." Home of St. Louis, Kansas City, a huge arch, crystal meth, and civil unrest. I'm worried about it. It's remarkably unremarkable.
    • Montana-icon.png Montanaball: "Speed limits don't matter when you're drunk." Nothing bad ever happens there. (Virtually) NOTHING ever happens here. Plus, any type of animal with antlers outnumbers humans. Also, this is where letter bombs come from.
    • Nebraska-icon.png Nebraskaball:" Footballs, drawls, and overalls." Most homes with indoor plumbing. Also, Omaha-icon.png Omahaball, but who gives a f***? Also, this is where Arbor Day and Earth Day began. It's like Kansas, except the corn farmers are on drugs.
    • Nevada-icon.png Nevadaball: "No laws, no problem! Well, except for all the murders." Home of Area 51, Las Vegas-icon.png Las Vegasball (home of the Pawn Stars), prostitution, and organized crime. In other words, great. 6-icon.png UFOs crash here and the biggest shrimp consumers.
    • NewHampshire-icon.png New Hampshireball: "Half hippie, half French, all upper-class." The closest state to libertarian and the most unrestricted state in New England. It includes New England's highest point. Also where state lotteries, public libraries, and legal gay marriage began. You could say there are beatniks and also, where the first potato was planted in me.
    • NewJersey-icon.png New Jerseyball: "GTL Guidos, turnpikes, leeching off New York." And to think it's the first to ratify our Bill of Rights. Its only purpose is to be made fun of. It doesn’t help that it has the largest pipe organ ever built. And it's shockingly liberal. The only thing good there is Atlantic City for geezers to gamble and Monopoly. It is my most densely populated state (WashingtonDC-icon.pngPhiladelphia-icon.pngChicago-icon.pngNYC-icon.png but not for long). But on the plus side, it has some decent beaches (at least the syringe-free ones) and good tomatoes. I don't call it the Garden State for nothing, and it's also got the most diners in me.
    • NewMexico-icon.png New Mexicoball: "Like regular Mexico but with more UFOs." The title says it all. A lot of Navajos, and my highest spic population. And that Jew Yankovic made a song about its capital. Home of our first nuclear testing.
    • New York-icon.png New Yorkball: "Where the most astronauts come from." Mostly rural, besides the City, Albany, and Buffalo. And the state's less than 1% covered in piss and trash. The beautiful Niagara Falls is located upstate, but the Canada part is the better half. Seinfeld and Friends happened here. Also, the first producers of packaged toilet paper.
    • NorthCarolina-icon.png North Carolinaball: "First in flight and in lung cancer." It is South Carolina's less corrupt and higher-elevated sibling. First in universities, but 48th in education, next to Alabama and West Virginia, and most in furniture (not press board either). Your largest city and county are named after King George III's wife (Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz). Yet, ironically, Mecklenburg County was the first to declare independence on May 20, 1775. Decent move, child. You and Texasball must change your flags because Chileball is mad at me.
    • NorthDakota-icon.png North Dakotaball: "We are better than South Dakota." A very long drive from wherever you live. It's just kind of there. Also has many freedoms for staying out of politics for so long. Plus, where Fargo is (I love the movie). The lesser Dakota. But still, all the best license plates haven't been taken; yet, you can still take some while you can. And uh. well, the countryball's largest genitalia. It's like Canada, but without free healthcare.
    • Ohio-icon.png OhioRawr: "People care about me at election time. OHIO STRONK!" Half child, half pet. Fascinatingly cold. We don't know how it survives up there. Also created the NFL (well, sort of), A whole lot of corn. s***, it's the most f***ing likely to f***ing curse, dicks. Home of the only person who was both a senator and an astronaut, John Glenn.
    • Oklahoma-icon.png Oklahomaball: "Ten days tornado free." Also known as North Texas. Home of EVERY SINGLE GODDAMN TORNADO! (Well, almost, Texas still holds the title). Along with it being home to the 2nd most Native Americans after that Texas. Still, it made the Louisiana purchase cheaper because of all the rednecks and tornadoes.
    • Oregon-icon.png Oregonball: "Dreadlocks on Caucasians." It likes to claim it has more freedoms (due to where the pioneers came to); in reality, California's toxins just got to its head (and the other state with the wacky tobaccy). But it still has some green energy the last government gave me. But for some reason, it won't let you pump your gas. It contains the most strip clubs per capita.
    • Pennsylvania-icon.png Pennsylvaniaball: "Even our Amish will fight you." It's the home of the former capital city, Philadelphia. Don't forget about the steel that came from Pittsburgh. Hall n' Oates is from here. Donald Trump was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris. Wait, no, Pittsburgh voted for Clinton.
      • Philadelphia-icon.png Philadelphiaball: "Yo! Adrian!" Most of Pennsylvania's culture and money comes from here. It's torn on the issue of becoming a state of its own, like Chicagoball, but some are grateful and want it to be a state, like New York Cityball.
    • PuertoRico-icon.png Puerto Ricoball: "That's what happens when your loans are all over the place." It will probably become the 51st state, but DC jumps the gun too much. Voted to be the 51st state again lately. Full of Latin Americans who call us gringos. Too many loans. Honestly. It also made the hit song "Despacito," surpassing South Korea-icon.png South Koreaball's "Gangnam Style." I'm proud of you, child. Papa loves you.
    • RhodeIsland-icon.png Rhode Islandball: "No, seriously! We're a state!" Not really an island. Also liberal and dinky. It has oysters too. Home of Family Guy and most weed smokers. Great if you like coffee milk. Last of the original thirteen states who ratified the Constitution, yet asked for 21 amendments! The full name is "State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations." The state's like a miniature New Jersey but much better, and it gets freedom points for having no car inspecting.
    • SouthCarolina-icon.png South Carolinaball: "Still accepting Confederate dollars." The only state in the South that can keep its head (although there was a shooting). It's the home of baptist churches, Confederate flags, and historical towns, the safest places in the state. Also created a dance and a candy bar in the same city. And it's still a little racist, yet it is the most polite state. Recently, it's been dealing with people who send contraband into the prison with drones.
    • SouthDakota-icon.png South Dakotaball: "At least we're not the north side." Like India, cattle outnumber people 4 to 1. It has the mountain with our four former (and best) presidents of the past and petrified wood. Not Rapid. Sioux Falls sounds as though a particular Benson family screwed the city up.
    • Tennessee-icon.png Tennesseeball: "Where white people's music comes from. Jack Daniels is from here. Country music as f***, literally. Where bluegrass music originated. Frequently on fire. And Evil Dead took place here! Also, the capital is buried between its walls.
    • Texas-icon.png Texasball: "Everything's bigger, especially our championships." We send our astronauts to space here (Houston, also the fourth largest city in the US.). It has the largest metropolis in the entire South, the DFW. And is it my fault that I always get you mixed up with Chile-icon.png Chileball? JUST CHANGE YOUR FLAG. Gosh. But did Crimea-icon.png Crimeaball call you Mexican, that sore b****.
    • Utah-icon.png Utahball: "Multiple homeland wives." Home of those people who come up to your door and talk to you about Jesus (basically Mitt Romney). Suppose I even Balkanize (pfft, right!). In that case, it'll always be the Holy State of Deseret (Really, Utah is the sacred ground for Mormons). The biggest Jell-O consumers.
    • Vermont-icon.png Vermontball: "Gay marriages on maple syrup farms." Home of Ben and Jerry's ice cream, craft brew, and maple syrup. What's that nail of Quebec (the northern parts of Grand Isle County) doing in your territory? Its capital surprisingly doesn't have a McDonald's (for now). The only non-founding state (and fourteenth overall) that ratified the Constitution. It has a state capital population of 7,855 and the largest city population of 42,452. Both values are the smallest values of any state. WTF is wrong with you?
    • Virginia-icon.png Virginiaball: "From the center of civilization to Hicksville in twenty minutes flat." When you stop seeing Howard Johnson's and start seeing Stucky's, you know you're in Virginia-icon.png Virginiaball. It likes football. It is also covered in trees. The northern area sucks ass, though. Its only notable place is Hampton Roads-icon.png Hampton Roadsball, and it has the most vanity license plates. Where most of our presidents come from. It's 42,000 square miles of DC suburbs, it can't shut the f*** up about Washington, and it has the most prominent military shipyards in Norfolk. Guy's also awesomely weird, with every city administered separately from its nearby counties.
    • Washington-icon.png Washingtonball: "Richer hippies than Oregon." Never to be confused with the capital or the president. Home of Microsoft. And grunge. And Starbucks. And the Seahawks. Shucks, it's the least likely state to gosh darn curse. Also, where parents' day began. They're also a fan of soccer. It is also home to Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates, the richest billionaires in the country. WAIT! Jeff Bezos and Amazon Company is trying to Defunct Walmart?! I WONDERED WHY MY WALMART STORES KEEP CLOSING! REMOVE AMAZON!
    • West Virginia-icon.png West Virginiaball: "The inbred love child of Virginia and DC." It got football, basketball, incest, matches, bestiality, rigged voting machines, and of course country roads, miners, and mountaineers. It's pretty much the countryball's mental asylum. Home of parents day. The least supportive state to the Paris Accords (50-55% support), yet still a majority, though. Wrong direction, Donald Trump. Your views don't represent anyone state, only one-third of conservative Republicans.
    • Wisconsin-icon.png Wisconsinball: "It's too cold to be sober." Cheese hats, Miller, and Schlitz too. This state goes for the gusto. Slender Man Stabbings? What Slender Man? And the hamburger hall of fame.
    • Wyoming-icon.png Wyomingball: "We don't have any gay cowboys, alright?" Least populated state. Practically nobody lives here, give or take 586,107. Nobody cares about Cheyenneball (the ethnicity, not really; your state capital, definitely). It all cares about Yellowstone and its catastrophic supervolcano! The state's so empty you could put its entire population in three NASCAR stadiums.

    Territories

    USAball with some of its territoryballs.
    • American Samoa-icon.png American Samoaball: "0-31 territory Too obscure, even compared to the independent Samoa." You've probably never heard of it. Last untouched paradise in the South Pacific Ocean. Birthplace of Troy Palalamu. Lives a day behind its sibling Samoa-icon.png Samoaball.
    • Baker Island-icon.png Baker Islandball: "Inhabitable WW2 Cook Island." Nope, no bakers and pastries found here. It must be the place of Mr. Krabs, though, because its flag has a crab in it.
    • Guam-icon.png Guamball: "Latte stone pillars? What the hell is that?" Also, once Russian territory. The only place in America alongside the Mariana Islands that North Korea has any hope of touching. Wait a minute, is that a jellyfish on your head?! PUT IT DOWN! Damn it, Guam, it is not a toy! It looks like North Korea is threatening it. Don't worry, little guy; I’ll protect you!
    • Howland Island-icon.png Howland Islandball: "A lighthouse of a wasteland." That eroding island with a collapsed building. No use at all, but still fun to have. Amelia Earheart was rumored to have landed here (but it disappeared), so we have a lighthouse named after it.
    • Jarvis Island-icon.png Jarvis Islandball: "Coral? Island? Or both?" Iron Man's chest landed here. Nah, I was just kidding. It's just the name.
    • Johnstoll Atoll-icon.png Johnston Atollball: "Atoll with a base. Scary?" Abandoned military base in the Pacific. I store my agent orange here. It's only a lighthouse now.
    • Kingman Reef-icon.png Kingman Reefball: "Even lesser than an atoll." Hmm, Show MoreShow Fewermust be where Poseidon lives. It has a population of one young coconut seed.
    • Midway Atoll-icon.png Midway Atollball: "Midway between Asia and Hawaii." Site of a famous World War II battle: My carriers vs. Kamikaze's carriers and I sank all its!
    • Navassa Island-icon.png Navassa Islandball: "The only contested clay of USA-icon.png USAball." Empty island where we have radar and an empty lighthouse in. Claimed by Haitiball, but just in case, right?
    • Northern Mariana Islands-icon.png Northern Mariana Islandsball: "The Mariana Trench should be somewhere near here." Guam's sibling in the north. It chose to join me politically, good boy child. Good boy.
    • Okinawa-icon.png Okinawaball: "Fought hard in 1945." Part of me since 1950. Do you want to apply for statehood? I'll guarantee you more protection alongside Japanball.
    • Palmyra Atoll-icon.png Palmyra Atollball: "There can only be two Palmyras." Nope, not the one ISIS-icon.png ISISball destroyed in Syria-icon.png Syriaball (that's not even an atoll, just the Palmyra ruins). Originally part of Hawaii when it was still a territory.
    • VirginIslands-icon.png Virgin Islandsball: "It hasn't got laid!" My poor child, you're doomed. And where a famous basketball player was born. Want to be a state? Be a part of Puerto Rico first! Also, this is as close you will ever get to South America without a passport.
    • Wake Island-icon.png Wake Islandball: "The wake-up call of my day." Naval base. Off-limits to civilians! Where America's day begins.
    • US Antarctica-icon.png Marie Byrdball: "Definitely colder than Alaska." Soon-to-be-made claim on Antarctica-icon.png Antarcticaball because I have the right to do so. (Wait, . f***.). Obviously. f*** your claims, guys. Let's try to see if I can claim Marie Byrd Landball before Russia can.

    Trivia

    • Minimum driving age is 16 years old in USAball. This explains why teenagers can drive in American movies. Americans start driving earlier than other countries (usually, people can start driving at 18 years old).
    • Alcoholics can only drink once they're 21 years old. Usually, in other countryballs, the age to drink alcohol is 18 years old, so in theory, not in practice, Americans start to drink later.
    • Social media only after 13 years old in the country since 2000 (same as UK-icon.png UKball). This is why most social media platforms have a minimum age for the use of their services. In the EU-icon.png EU, minimum social media age is 16 due to GDPR.
    • It is prohibited to drink alcohol on the streets and other open public places.
    • The driver's license is valid permanently only in the state where the driver resides.
    • Americans are very punctual and schedule the beginning and end of appointments.
    • Americans do not eat lunch during working hours; they have a snack. In USAball, people tend to take shorter lunch breaks than workers in other countries.
    • Many foreigners who watch American movies think there are simply no rules for wearing school uniforms in the country. However, this is not 100% true. Private schools across the country require uniforms. However, public schools in USA-icon.png USAball do not require uniforms, although many have dress codes that regulate student attire.
    • Yank is used as a nickname for Americans in several countries. However, within the USAball, a Yank is just an American from New England-icon.png New Englandball.
    • USAball created various musical rhythms, but its favorite is country music (which only it and Canada-icon.png Canadaball hear).
    • It always wears its sunglasses.
    • The character doesn't have an exact gender (like all the characters in the Polandball universe). Its name is a singular neutral noun in one of the countryball's native languages (English-icon.png English). In English, countries don't have gender.
    • The current national personifications of the USA are Uncle Sam (a man), Lady Liberty (a woman, the Statue of Liberty), and Columbia (a woman).
    • In Romance languages like Spanish-icon.png Spanish and French-icon.png French, the noun United States (Estados Unidos in Spanish; États-Unis in French) is a plural masculine (♂) noun, and America is a singular feminine noun (♀). This also happens in Slavic languages as Russia-icon.png Russian, where the most used name to the country is Soyedinyonnyye Shtaty (United States), a plural masculine (♂) noun.
    • In Romance and Slavic languages, the country is more referred to as United States than America (América in Spanish and Amérique in French is used more to refer to the American continent, North and South America, and rarely to refer to the USA).
    • In the English language, "United States" was a plural noun until the end of the 19th century. Then, around 1890, English speakers started to consider the noun "United States" as a singular noun.
    • In Chinese-icon.png Chinese, the US is known as 美国 (Měiguó), literally "beautiful country." It comes from the second Chinese character (Hanzi) of the transliteration of America as "亚美利加" (Yàměilìjiā). As with the English language, countries have no gender in the Chinese language.
    • It hates Nazi-icon.png Nazism and Soviet-icon.png Communism.
    • USA-icon.png USAball had announced that in June 2021, it would declassify all the information known about UFOs now.
    • It has become an emerging country only after its Civil War.
    • It only became a great power after the First World War. It was only after this war that European countryballs and Japan-icon.png Japanball began to treat it as an important country.
    • It became a superpower only after World War II.
    • It loves junk food. A great example is its taste for hamburgers, hot dogs, fried chicken, etc.
    • Many American buildings do not have the number 13 on the elevator and floors.
    • The tipping culture is powerful, especially in taxis and restaurants.
    • Every American produces more than 2 kilos of garbage daily.
    • The most popular fruit among Americans is the banana.
    • More than 10 billion donuts are consumed annually in the USAball's clay.
    • It spends 1/3 of its annual budget on its army and nuclear weapons.
    • Its favorite sports are American football (NFL), baseball (MLB), and basketball (NBA). Ice Hockey (NHL) is prevalent only in regions with frigid and harsh winters. There is also a soccer (association football) league in the country, the MLS. Other popular sports in the USA are tennis, golf, boxing, wrestling (WWE), volleyball, motorsports (NASCAR, Formula Indy).
    • The NFL was founded in the 1920s, but it only surpassed college football in popularity in the late 1950s
    • MLB was founded in the 1900s, but the league only rose in popularity in the 1920s and 1930s and became a true national league in the 1950s.
    • NBA was founded in the 1940s but only became popular in the mid-1980s.
    • NHL was founded in the 1910s but only expanded to places with hot climates at the end of the 1960s
    • MLS was founded in the 1990s and is increasing in popularity in USA-icon.png USAball in recent years. Soccer in the USA is the third-most played team sport, behind only basketball and American football, and the fourth most popular sport, behind American football, basketball, and baseball.
    • MLS is not the first soccer league in the US; it is the third. The first was ASL (founded in the 1920s), which went bankrupt during the Great Depression in the 1930s; the second was NASL (founded in the 1960s), which went bankrupt in the 1980s due to financial mismanagement.
    • In soccer (association football), it hosted the 2016 Centennial Cup America and three times Earth-icon.png Earthball Cups (1994 for men, and 1999 and 2003 for women). It will host the FIFA World Cup alongside Canada and Mexico in 2026 (in the year of its 250th anniversary).
    • Have the best women's soccer team globally, being the only country that has won four women's world cups (1991, 1999, 2015, and 2019).
    • The highest point is Mount McKinley, Alaska, at 6,194 meters high.
    • New York (then called New Amsterdam) was purchased for US$24.00.
    • Taxes are charged separately from products and services.
    • New York was the first American capital between 1785 and 1790.
    • The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France-icon.png Franceball in 1886.
    • USA-icon.png USAball created the internet. It was initially called ARPAnet.
    • It challenged Japan-icon.png Japanball to a battle of Mechas; it is not yet known when the battle will be. However, from experience, Japanball will probably win.
    • Its favorite superheroes are Captain America and Superman.
    • The countryball's universities occupy 14 of the 20 positions among the best in Earth-icon.png Earthball.
    • It is the country that has won the most medals at the Summer Olympic Games.
    • It will host the 2028 Olympic Games, in Los Angeles-icon.png Los Angelesball.
    • The celebration of Christmas was prohibited in the country until the year 1832.
    • The Global Positioning System (GPS) is American-owned.
    • USAball is the 3rd largest countryball in Earth-icon.png Earthball in terms of land area, but USAball, being the selfish being that it is, counts its territorial area for its land area to pass up China-icon.png Chinaball. But otherwise second place Canada-icon.png Canadaball also counts their territorial areas too, so USA is truly third, and the order goes like this: Russia-icon.png Russiaball, China-icon.png Chinaball, USA-icon.png USAball, then Canada-icon.png Canadaball. It is (truthfully) 3rd in population, only losing to India-icon.png Indiaball and China-icon.png stupid commieland Chinaball.

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