Return of the terrible flag thread.

What makes the WORST flag?


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More horrible flags from the Philippines:
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San Isidro, Abra. This would have been better if tit emphasized more on the mountains and the plane while removing the seal and the text.
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Libtertad, Antique. This has NATO vibes on this flag. It would have bee better if it emphasized on the fish and the sun while removing the seal and the text.
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Kabugao, Apayao.
 
To be entirely honest, as long as it isn't on a flagpole it is quite identifiable.

Though the question is why did the just confine the design to only the canton?
Well I don't have issues with its identifiable characteristics. But apparently there is a municipality with a similar design as logo (Hengelo).

You would think it's because they didn't just want a big coat of arms as a flag. The currect coat of arms however looks like this:
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Terrible variations of the Gadsden flag.

(Posting to show the terribleness of the flag rather than the politics behind it)
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Terrible variations of the Gadsden flag.

(Posting to show the terribleness of the flag rather than the politics behind it)
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That first one is really odd. The others I can see the idea behind even if it looks bad, but why add a second snake? It kind of looks like they’re fighting, and shouldn’t it be “Don’t tread on us” at that point?
 
That first one is really odd. The others I can see the idea behind even if it looks bad, but why add a second snake? It kind of looks like they’re fighting, and shouldn’t it be “Don’t tread on us” at that point?
There was a joke that adding two snakes also made it look like a uterus. It's hard to unsee it.
 
As a resident of Mandaue City here in Cebu, Philippines, I didn't even know the city and it's barangays (neighborhood sub-units) have their own flags. As usual, it utilized lazy designs by putting a seal on a white or colored field.
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Flag of Mandaue City is on the right. Uses a white field with the city seal on the center.


Example of a sub-unit flag:
Flag of Barangay Cabangcalan, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines. (sorry guys, the photo won't embed).

Nonetheless, I am amazed that city I live in has a flag and flags for its sub-units.
 
As a resident of Mandaue City here in Cebu, Philippines, I didn't even know the city and it's barangays (neighborhood sub-units) have their own flags. As usual, it utilized lazy designs by putting a seal on a white or colored field.
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Flag of Mandaue City is on the right. Uses a white field with the city seal on the center.


Example of a sub-unit flag:
Flag of Barangay Cabangcalan, Mandaue City, Cebu, Philippines. (sorry guys, the photo won't embed).

Nonetheless, I am amazed that city I live in has a flag and flags for its sub-units.

The Philippines is the vexillological "gift" that just keeps on giving x'D
 
Just like it's "stepfather", the United States. Guess it runs in the family? 🤔 🤔
Meanwhile, Spain actually has some good province flags.
The "seal on a bedsheet" designs were one thing you guys really didn't need to emulate ;)
At least some of the more... risible designs are somewhat creative :)
 
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