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1. Getting too real the roll as a country
While we study the protocol, we always come up with halarious stuff, jokes that only MUNNERS or very cult people would understand. As my classmates represent countries, it makes me think that countries are like people of different personalities that interact in life. For example, one day a friend of mine started to "impersonate" Germany. So she got into this role of a super high-class beverly hills diva saying (With white girl accent):
"Oh my god! You are saying that Greece is asking for some money? I already give him a couple of million Euros and you are telling me that he needs more? No, I cannot do this. I mean, I was in crisis after WWII and now I'm the head of the European Union. Everybody thought I couldn't get any better, but I was like 'Bitch, I'm getting over you'. Wait, WHAT?! Greeks are revolting? That's so ratchet! They wanna be in the European Union and they aren't even blond. I mean, what the heck? No darling, I need my money back. I want to build another penthouse, in Bavaria."
2. Geeky Jokes
Or the time a girl that was going to represent Palestine asked why she had to cover herself in a veil. The answer of a fellow delegate was so ingenious most of my friends in the room couldn't figure out the joke quickly:
"You must cover yourself because imagine there's a male delegate of India. Cows are sacred for them and if you weren't covered, it would be such an offense to him"
3. Being used to the burdens of being a delegate...
Being lucky enough to be Bosnia-Herzegovina in the Security Council and being bullied for the rest of the MUN.
4. That's how we roll!!
Feeling Armani and Chanel when choosing what to wear at the MUN