Zevenetz ‘n Erteier!
Azul, prospective Talossan!
(See, already you know how to say “Hello” in Talossan.)
Becoming a Talossan is so easy it’s almost funny. The immigration process begins with writing to the Interior Minister; he or another staff member in the ministry will reply, pointing you to an online application on which you are asked a few simple questions (like who and where you are, and why you want to become a Talossan) and verify that you are a real person. (It is totally easy; kind of like the three questions required to cross the Bridge of Death in Monty Python and the Holy Grail — “What is your name?” “What is your quest?” “What is your favourite colour?”)
After that, you will be assigned a TalossAssistant, a current citizen whose job it is to see to it that you have all you need during your short journey to become a full Talossan citizen. You will be introduced to the current citizenry, and a minimum of 15 days later, if you have shown yourself to be someone who will be an active and interested Talossan, a current citizen is sure to petition the King beseeching him to grant you citizenship. The rest is the history you will help us write.
As our nation’s Website shows, there’s a lot of stuff to do in Talossa. Politics, language, music,sport… and most of all, just plain fun. We’re not just a nation of laws, we are a nation of people. Talossa is a way of thinking. Talossa is a culture. Come join us.
What do you say?
If you say Yes, or even if you say Maybe, write a quick mail to the Interior Minister indicating your interest.
What are you waiting for??
Really. I mean it. What are you waiting for??