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3 - The Squeewee Chronicles - Tradition
Finn C. M. Beauchamp
Tue 25 Aug 15
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While religious tradition has also filled Isqueel, here are the major traditions of Isqueel, most involving Royalty. So here they are, the traditional ways of Isqueel.

Obviously, boating is a vast part of everyday life, as almost every day men and women are sent out to nearby countries to collect food, mainly from Turkey and Russia. The Boat Feastival is a once a year event, taking place on October 1st.

The festival/feast involves everyone taking their family on a boat, and anchoring outside Isqueel, forming a ring of boats. The families feast on whatever they have. No trips are made that day.

The second most important period is the November Purple Feast, wherein the entirety of November, beetroot must be included in every meal, even if that is only a cup of beetroot juice.

Needless to say, in the entirety of December, no beetroot at all is consumed.

You may have already read about the tradition of the Royal Hiss, where the entirety of Isqueel hisses in one time. The resultant noise is about the volume of a jet engine at point blank range.

The country of Isqueel is like a pointed cap, there is a mountainous region of 78 inches, and is surrounded by fields and forest, and rivers. The palace stands straight in the middle of these mountains.

There are numerous centres, sports halls, training centres, and farms placed on the sides of these mountains. To get anything, squeebrews must walk up these or go boating.

When squeebrews meet, all precautions must be taken to make sure they all seem the same size. For example, if a 5-inch Squeebrew and and 4 1/2 squeebrew meet, the 5-inch must bend his knees or stoop a little, so they both seem 4 1/2 inches.

Royalty, however, is not subject to this. Money does not exist. Everyone simply gathers, and gives. Squeebrews only take from countries what is not essential. Leftover onions, pieces of beetroot, carrot peel, etc.

It appears that with the advent of technology soon to pour into Isqueel, this may change very quickly.

Thankyou for reading.

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