Est means East and Onia=Onion, so Estonia should actually be called The Eastern Onion Country.And Onion is, for Estonians, the synonym of vegetable.For that reason, people have always avoided from going to Estonia and it is not true that Estonians have changed that habit.Estonia is full of stones which Estonians have turned people into, some of which are a major tourist attraction. Most words have 4 vowels in a row, and at least one Ümläüẗ like "jäääär", "töööö", or "kuuuurïja". For example, "tee" means (1) a road, (2) tea, and (3) do! All in all: the two main issues in Estonian language: no gender (he=she) and no future form, in simple words NO SEX, NO FUTURE!!!Registered users, please login using the Member Login panel in the sidebar.Estonia, (pronounced as it is spelled but not always spelled as it is pronounced) commonly misspelled with two or more missing vowels, or confused with Bonerania, Stonia, Stanistan, e-Stonia, Ebola, Estoniastan, I'm stoned or Estoniastanistoniashabalabalabadoooo, is the richest and most delevoped country between Finland, Russia and Latvia as well as the most hopeless and confusing.This page is a bona fide example of English words written using good ol' Estonian grammar, also known as the phrase "fluent in English" in every Estonian CV. Also, we gotta think up names for people that give no clue to foreigners about their gender, names that change with the grammar so you never know what to call somebody! "OK, let's make it this way, that when you learn a noun, you don't have to learn just one word but 14. the nouns can't change the same way, let's make like, a hundred different spelling groups that all change in different ways!The real story behind why Estonian is the way it is. Yeah and instead of just saying that you are going to or from something, you have to change the noun in some weird way." Now Ray was excited and spilled his beer. " This appealed to Duke who added slyly, "Ya wanna make it real hard, a real nut-buster? In boring old English, you say 'five small, red houses', 'small, red houses' and 'many small, red houses'.
The name Estonia comes from what is known from ancient times that Estonians turn visitors into rocks, also known as stones.
The slogan is often mistaken for the Estonian flag. This is because Estonians are not allowed to know anything outside Estonia, including learning other languages than Estonian.
This is because a large part of the Estonian income is expected to come from tourism, which is a hope that any tourists would come to Estonia to see the Estonian authentic culture.
All Estonians worship a pagan God called Tarapita, also called Taara (the same as empty beer bottles are called).
Tarapita was born in the North-Eastern part of the Estonian mainland, in a holy grove on a hill, from where he flew to the A-Great-Egg-Hill-Island (see map), making a crash landing and leaving a huge crater in the ground, now filled with water and called Kaali järv (lake Kaali) - and this is no joke, folks!