|Motto: "Aiii! Drone strike!"|
|Anthem: "Un-United Republic"|
|Largest city||Saddam Hussein City|
|Government||Fascist US puppet state|
|The Sultan of Yemen||Sultan Rambo the Third|
|National hero(es)||Henry Narut, John Rambo|
|2018 or I Dont Know You See...|
|Currency||Riyal, Burma, John Rambo|
|National fish||Salmonella Fish|
Yemen is not a saying. It is a hole of a country which is a deeper hole than that of Lismore, a town on the east coast of New South Wales, Australia. Well, not really, Lismore's a far deeper hole. Anyway, Yemen is a stupid place, full of people of the Yemen religion, where everyone falls to the ground every 15 minutes to praise Yemen. Anyway, Yemen lost all of its publicity when it was found out that it was named after a saying of John Howard.
Yemen was created in 1983 by a traveling explorer by the name of Henry Narut, when he saw it he was halfway through a phone call to John Howard, his poo friend from Australia. His scribe asked him, 'What should this new country be called' just as he said into the phone Ya man. Yemen went on to be prosperous for approximately arse 5 minutes. It was actually the second richest country in the world per capita, after Luxembourg. Everyone was rich and had fast cars.
On 5 September 2007, during the holy chicken month, Colin Powell attempted to take over Yemen. However, he gave up when he discovered that half the women were actually men.
Yemen is also home to a number of great species of animals, like the Yemeni farting llama, the Yemeni farting alpaca, the chihuahua, and the Yemeni beaver-duck (which Australians call the platypus). The Yemeni tiger (also known as the arabian leopard) is another conspiracy against Yemeni culture.
Yemen is relatively easy to find. All you need to do is head along Pitt Street in New York, take a left at the end of the pier, and go straight ahead for about 1 zillion kilometers (0.64 zillion miles), then back up about 14 kilometers and you're there!
Yemen is home to a number of extremely popular organizations, such as Al Kieda (Not to be confused with Al Queda) and the Yemen international spelling team, chess team and Grape eating team. and their international football team -- Refugees United
Yemen has many industrial achievements, buildings that were then copied by other countries. Surprisingly, the Eiffel Tower, Mount Everest, and the Taj Mahal are not spread across the world but are actually all in Yemen City. The Panama Canal was originally the Yemen River Canal. Many worldwide organizations originally began in Yemen too. These include the United Nations, Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo.